June 2019 First Friday Art Walk

June 2019 First Friday Art Walk in Ukiah

Art Center Ukiah 201 S State Street  Please Be Seated! The Chair Affair. Art Center Ukiah celebrates the chair. Artists repurposed old chairs for fun and beautiful pieces of art. Chairs on display for the entire month.  Wall depicting chairs also on display. Vote on your favorite chair and support the Art Center Ukiah by bidding on a chair. Chairs will be at the Taste of Downtown on June 21st. Silent Auction ends Friday June 28th at 4 pm. 

Enoteca Wine Bar 206 W Church Street will feature art by Chat Ko

Grace Hudson Museum 431 S Main Street Spend part of your June 7 First Friday Art Walk at the Grace Hudson Museum and get the first public look at our new exhibition, Tattooed and Tenacious: Inked Women in California’s History, which opens June 8. Organized by Exhibit Envoy, and supplemented with items from the Museum’s collections and local women tattooists, this traveling show explores the largely unknown history of California women in the tattoo arts. Brief remarks at 6:00. Also, listen and dance during the evening to the music of The Ukeholics, who were a big crowd-pleaser last year. That evening we’ll also be offering our popular foraging walks, where you can learn about plants that are thriving in the Wild Gardens and how to employ them in cooking and other uses.  And Little Bear will once again have a table demonstrating Native American toys and tools. Forty-five minute foraging walks are available at 4:30 and 5:30. Tattooed and Tenaciousreception from 5:00 to 8:00.

Craft Distillers 108 W Clay St Visit the Museum to see the featured one of a kind art pieces by Eben Perry

Corner Gallery 201 S State St The featured artists at the Corner gallery for the June FF are Mary Monroe
and the students of Adele Pruitt. Adele’s students include Carol Bloyd,
Lisa MacKenzie, Jason Trent, Pat Walker, Carol Abel, Lois Gray, Jan
Bylund, Kathleen Kephart, Eileen Mcfarland, Lee Rossavick, Marilyn McGrew,
Polly Palecek, Elaine Richard, Kathleen Gordon-Burke, Jeanette Carson, Gay
Tow, and Adele Pruitt.

Paradigm 312 N School Street Adrianna Oberhausen will be showing her amazing sketches and paintings at Paradigm.

Bona Marketplace 116 W Standley Street Ukiah Native and Self-taught Artist presents Ukiah Downtown Series 2019 “Then and Now” Pete Castro says of his art: My lifestyle as an Artist offers me the opportunity to recognize and experience the deeper emotional relationship of my surroundings from a unique perspective and create within the body of work the appreciation of this town I call home. I invite you to embrace and share the beautiful heartfelt memories and joyful life in our wonderful hometown.

W Real Estate 101 N State Street The Mendocino county historical society works to preserve the history of Mendocino County. Our archival building which was built in 2016/2017 houses numerous photos, books, maps and more in a temperature controlled environment which everyone in the community can access. What we will have for the February Art Walk is a selection of 1900-1940s Mendocino County travel advertising and publications. There is more at http://mendohistoricalsociety.com/history.html

Ukiah Valley Networking Agency 104 N School Street Ukiah Valley Networking is proud to host the Artists from the TAPS Program  TAPS program was created to offers adult consumers of Redwood Coast Regional Center the opportunity to express their creativity in various artistic forms. Finished art projects may, if the artist is interested, be readied by the studio for professional exhibit and sale to the public. The artists are treated as “artists” not “consumers” or “clients”. They gain self-esteem and confidence as their ideas come to fruition and when their work is appreciated by the general public. This program provides artists individual choice within a creative studio setting.

Mama’s Medicinal’s 328 N State Street Come and see the magnificent works of Jules Alexander of Infinite Stone Works and his magical statues

Ukiah Library 105 N Main Street The Ukiah Library is featuring local artist, Jaye Alison Moscariello’s vibrant paintings.  Jaye’s art is all about connections; either to self, community, nature or all three. Create natural DIY Bug Spray as part of a hands-on program, and enjoy live music and refreshments while you browse the monthly book sale sponsored by the Ukiah Valley Friends of the Library.

If you have questions or want more information you can call Mo Mulheren at 707-391-3664, email atukiahvalleynetworking@gmail.com or Check our Facebook page for updates @ukiahartwalk