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
Art Center Ukiah, 201 S State Street, Ukiah
Opening Event Friday November 4th 5pm – 8pm “Our Safety, Our Sovereignty”
Exhibit in Art Center Ukiah Gallery uses textile art as a means of telling the story of Native American People of Mendocino and Lake Counties created at a series of art quilting workshops. Participants include Pomo and Indigenous community members. Representations of the ongoing and unexplained disappearance and presumed death of a high number of Native people as well as the ongoing and unresolved issues of tribal sovereignty over land, language, food and culture are also represented through paintings, photography and sculpture as well. This exhibit facilitated by renowned basket weaver Corine Pearce.
Meet the artists Friday, November 4 5pm – 8pm. Exhibits runs through the month of November. 201 S. State Street Ukiah Gallery hours 11am – 5 pm Tuesday thru Saturday.
Corner Gallery, 201 S. State Street, Ukiah
Opening Event Friday November 4th 5pm – 8pm, November 4th – November 29th 2022
The Pomo Weavers Society exhibits a collection of weavings and baskets created by local members. The Pomo basket-weaving tradition in Northern California has been passed down for generations. Local Weavers use the art of basketry as a vessel for healing and understanding through the holistic practice of weaving, from native plant cultivation and preparation to weaving in community. Because of the botanical diversity of the area where the Pomo people lived — now Lake, Mendocino and Sonoma counties – baskets are made from more types of materials than anywhere else in the world. Visit the Corner Gallery in the month of November 201 S. State Street Ukiah, 11am -5pm Tuesday thru Saturday.
Bona Marketplace, 116 W Standley Street, Ukiah
Bona Marketplace is pleased to feature art by Katie Kight during the November First Friday Art Walk. Katie will be exhibiting a variety of her watercolor paintings, from vineyard inspired images to the Golden Gate Bridge and more. Stop in to say hello, grab a bite and peruse the beautiful artwork.
Medium Gallery, 522 E Perkins Street, Ukiah
|The Deep Valley Arts Collective invites you to join us for the First Friday Art Walk Ukiah!Medium Art Gallery will be showing their current “Memento Mori” art show and will have music, beer, and snacks. Come make paper flowers or add to the community altar. First Friday Art Walk: Friday, November 4th, 2022, from 5:00-8:00 Music. Beer and snacks available. Community Altar: Come join us to build our community altar. Bring something or create something to add to the altar in remembrance of those who have passed away, but are not forgotten. Paper Flower Making: Learn how to make paper flowers that you can add to the community altar or your own. Supplies provided. Current Exhibition: “Memento Mori,” which in Latin means to “remember that you must die.” We seek to explore the inevitability of death and its impact on all of us. During the pandemic, we’ve had to let go of old ways of thinking and being in the world and adopt new ways of living. Death, in all its forms, can provide an opportunity to adapt, appreciate, honor and value the lives we are currently living. Remembering that we all will die one day allows us to be present in the world and more present in our lives. Death reminds us that each moment of life is sacred. The exhibition will be on display through Sunday, November 20th. Gallery hours are Friday 12-8 p.m., Saturday 12-6 p.m., and Sunday 12-4 p.m.|
For more information contact(707) 391-3664