November 2019 FFAW Ukiah

Bona Marketplace – 116 W Standley St
Ukiah Valley Networking Agency – 104 N School St
Art Center Ukiah – 201 S State St
Enoteca Wine Bar – 106 W Church St
Grace Hudson Museum – 431 S Main St
Moonstonegold Studio – 104 Church Street
Craft Distillers – 108 W Clay St
Corner Gallery – 201 S State St
Mama’s Medicinals – 328 N State St
Ukiah Library – 105 N Main St (Open from 5-7p)

November 2019 First Friday Art Walk in Ukiah

Art Center Ukiah 201 S School Street   Some of the most elegant art in our county area is found on wine labels, though it is often overlooked as consumers head straight for the contents of the bottle. Art Center Ukiah will exhibit art used by local winemakers to create wine labels, poster and signs. Local graphic designers, artists’ original works exhibited. 201 S. State Street Ukiah, 707 462-1400

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

Grace Hudson Museum 431 S Main Street To extend this year’s Halloween fun, the Grace Hudson Museum will present a free screening the Mel Brooks classic comedy, Young Frankenstein, at 6:00 PM as part of its November First Friday. Enjoy the entire film, or drop in for 10 minutes for a few laughs as you make your way around town. You’ll also have a chance to see the Museum’s current exhibition, Stitching California, with stunning examples of art quilts, all exploring some facet of California history, culture, and environment. Try out the Stitching California audio tour that you can access on your phone; you’ll get to hear all 42 artists in the show talk about their creation. Or purchase the fully illustrated exhibition catalog and follow the audio tour later in the comfort of your own home. In addition to Stitching California, all the Museum’s exhibit galleries will be open, as well as the Wild Gardens. The Museum is always free on First Friday.

Mama’s Medicinal’s 328 N State Street Emily will feture Chris McKee with his Figurative Abstract Paintings and Vicky on the piano

Craft Distillers 110 W Clay St Visit the Museum to see the featured one of a kind art pieces

Corner Gallery 201 S State St For the month of November, the Gallery will feature the weaving of
Stephanie Hoppe. “Twenty years ago,” Hoppe said, “I began weaving with rugs, on a Navajo-style loom that produces pieces with selvages on all four sides. Although I now predominately weave tapestries, I often return
to rug weaving, as I like the discipline of the piece needing to be evenly and tightly woven for good wear as well as to lie flat and square on the floor. But the techniques I use for rugs and tapestries are the same, and
freedom from the practical restraints of rugs does allow greater experimentation with design—which I also enjoy.” This show features several of Hoppe’s larger rugs, together with large and small tapestries and a number of the very small works (10 inches by 10 inches)

Ukiah Library 105 N Main Street Join the Ukiah Library for Art Walk Ukiah on Friday, November 1st from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M. Explore Modern Archetypes and Everyday Magic, a photography exhibit featuring digital and analog film photographer, Sonora Bravo.  Create owl masks as a hands-on craft program, delight in live music by Mary & the Boys, enjoy yummy refreshments, and browse a book sale by the Ukiah Valley Friends of the Library. This event is for all ages, free of charge and sponsored by the Ukiah Valley Friends of the Library and Mendocino County Library.The Ukiah Library is located at 105 N. Main Street, and for more information, please contact the Ukiah Library at 707-463-4490 or Roseanne Wetzel at or 

Bona Marketplace 116 W Standley Street Come and see the beautiful paintings by Diane Rodriguez

Ukiah Valley Networking Agency 104 N School Street Come and meet with Robin White and view her beautiful art

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

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