September 2022 Art Walk Ukiah

ART WALK: emphasis on ART and WALK. Ukiah is a very walkable town. Join artists and their hosts for an evening of art, music and refreshments as you stroll from one venue to the next; each showcasing local art and artistry. Held in Historic Downtown Ukiah on the first Friday of each month, the First Friday Art Walk is the perfect way to relax your body, mind and soul. This enjoyable evening begins at 5:00 p.m. and promises to delight your senses; all while enjoying the company of others. For more information contact (707) 391-3664

Grace Hudson Museum & Sun House, 431 S Main Street, Ukiah 

We’ve planned the First Friday in September to coincide with the opening of our fall exhibition, Gathering Time: Pomo Art During the Pandemic. Be the first to see the show, meet many of the artists, and enjoy the Hopland Pomo Dancers and Pomo style foods.

Ukiah Library, 105 N Main Street, Ukiah (5-7pm)


Come enjoy an exhibit by Alexandrea Villarreal, titled “Mixed Reflections.” Ms. Villarreal will show portraits in watercolor and her artwork is a celebration of Hispanic Culture. The Ukiah Branch Library will be hosting live music by Clay Hawkins. Watercolor painting materials will be available for in-person crafting or as a Take & Make. This exhibit is free to the public, for all ages, and sponsored by the Friends of the Ukiah Valley Library and Mendocino County Library.

Art Center Ukiah, 201 S State Street, Ukiah 

At Art Center Ukiah, “Salon D’Automne” is the invitational exhibit organized by Kate Gould, of diverse artists in both two and three dimensions, reminiscent of the first intimate salons in Paris where  artists, rejected by the mainstream juries, came together to show their work.  Michael Berg will compliment the art with his music during the reception.

Corner Gallery, 201 S State Street, Ukiah

Lots of new art at the Corner Gallery this coming Friday!  Sarah Scott Falk is showing watercolors in the front windows under the title “Blue Skies.” Elaine Richards exhibits her most recent oils at the MCAA corner.  And something new:  painter Jill Millward creates a collaborative art installation and a commentary on the influence of cell phones.  Young artist Melanie Muniz continues in September.

Bona Marketplace, 116 W Standley Street, Ukiah 

A collaboration of watercolor, mixed media and collage with Laurie Howard and Lynn Williams of the beautiful changing of seasons and light in local art. 

New venue! 

A whole lot of Art! Corner of Main Street and Standley Street in Ukiah 

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