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Enjoy galleries, open studios, art exhibits, live music and refreshments as you stroll in downtown San Rafael. Anchored by Art Works Downtown galleries and artist studios, the 2nd Friday Art Walk links venues along downtown Fourth Street the second Friday of each month.

2018 Art Walk dates: 1/12, 2/9, 3/9, 4/13, 5/11, 6/8, 7/13, 8/10, 9/14, 10/12, 11/9, 12/14

To learn how to participate click here  

Art Walk map for 
October 12, 2018  5-8pm*

*Open hours vary depending on the venue. See current listings on this website page during week of the Art Walk. Printed Maps are available at participating venues during the week of the Art Walkdownload October 2018 map 

1611 4th st  Rebound Bookstore exhibition: Treasures From My Dreams
Retrospective of artist Steve Hurst

1515 3rd st  Marin Society of Artists strawberry-icon 

reception: Ingenuity, a national juried Sculpture and Fine Crafts Exhibition in the main gallery. The Flex gallery and downstairs gallery feature selected works from MSA member artists. The MSA Art Centre will have two floors of galleries and artist studios open to the public.

1340 4th st   Mc Rosky Mattress Company    music
reception: Artistry Clocks by Jacqueline Palmer-Ambrose
Jacqueline’s fascination with unusual clocks has inspired an ongoing expression of her creative imagination that flows like, well, clockwork! Her Clock Artistry Clocks are hand made, one-of-a-kind pieces that incorporate a variety of repurposed objects into functional arbiters of time. 
music: Shawn MIller’s True North Trio is the collective result of years of intuitive work by three dynamic musicians whose paths are crossing for the very first time. Years of dedication and commitment to creativity has been channeled into the development of fresh, new interpretations of Jazz standards, some well known, and others a bit more obscure.

1337 4th st  Art Works Downtown  strawberry-icon WineSymbol  music
LATINX Celebrating Visual Arts
Featuring: Four Latinx gallery openings, Live music by Salsa Con Arroz, and Refreshments at the Kiln Bar

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The exhibition takes its name from the phonetical transcription of the word "care." The term "care" is a shifting concept that variates its meaning in opposite directions according to where is placed in a sentence. The concept swings from burden and comfort as a concern, as well as the ability to feel that something matters, to be cherished.He employed the word at an abstract, ontological level to illustrate the basic structure of the human being.

live music: Salsa Con Arroz 
Come dance to the lively Latin beat of Salsa Con Arroz playing 6–9pm, Susan Kirby Place.

Underground Gallery (AWD)  info 
reception: Centro Cultural de Guatemala 
A collection of traditional Guatemalan celebration clothing. Designs across skirts, head-dresses, shirts, jackets, and more represent individual villages and feature bold colors, symbols, and patterns. This clothing—called traje—is an essential cultural practice, preserving Mayan history and Guatemalan identity.

Founders' Gallery (AWD)   info 
reception: Mictlan, Journey to the underworld
a mixed media exhibition by Ernesto Hernándex Olmos

Ernesto Hernández-Olmos was born in Oaxaca, Mexico. Ernesto is a multi-faceted artist who expresses through various media, including but not limited to, painting, sculpture, music, and dance. He creates his own musical compositions and even designs his own instruments, which include flutes, drums, and whistles. He has also created several murals, including the ones displayed at the MacArthur Bart Station in Oakland and one at La Pena Cultural Center in Berkeley.

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reception: Calaveras Nichos, Dominican University and Kid's Club at Albert Boro Community Center

Dominican students in the Community Engaged Art course are collaborating with 3rd graders from the Catholic Youth Charities Kid's Club program on artworks that celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Día del los Muertos Celebration at the Albert Boro Community Center. Projects on display include Animated Calaveras, a lively humorous series of dioramas depicting skeletons (calaveras) engaged in everyday activities.

1331 4th st Marin Jewelers Guild  strawberry-icon WineSymbol
Abigail Lee Goldberger 
“My paintings are inspired by fairy tales, myths, dreams, memories, experience, longing, religion, and nature.”

1321 4th st The FolkArt Gallery   
30th Annual Day of the Dead Altar Installation & collection of muertos art objects from Latin America.

917 C st Youth In Arts    WineSymbol  kids_icon

Latinx Launch Party 
Please join us to celebrate Downtown San Rafael’s Arts District designation under the California Cultural Arts District program. Remarks will be made at 6pm. Youth in Arts will present the 2018 Pamela Levine Arts Education Leadership Award, and we will be hearing from local dignitaries. Refreshments will be served.

exhibition: Kids Imagine Our World, will include a showcase of work from talented K-8th grade artists responding to the prompt, “I Imagine the World with…”

activity: Kid-sized ode to Yayoi Kasuma's "Obliteration Room." All white space will be infused with color by children visiting the exhibit who are invited to add colorful dots!

1020 B st VenturePad   strawberry-icon 
reception: Showcasing Nance Miller, Jane Heaphy, and Susan Searway-Fertig
A variety of modern artworks from each artist.

1138 4th st Rileystreet Art Supply   strawberry-icon WineSymbol music 
reception: Paintings by Edy Raby
music: Todos Santos

905 4th st Crome Architecture   strawberry-icon 
reception: Animal Surrealism, Alex Nizovsky
The Animal Surrealism expresses Alex's passionate engagement with beautiful creatures and aims to explore the natural aesthetics of biological objects. He employs archetypes and symbols from different cultures to emphasize various aspects of the great diversity of life forms. More than 45 artworks are exhibited on two floors.

827 4th st MFA Marin Fencing Academy (5–10)  strawberry-icon
reception: Children Hold Our Future 
Paintings by Matt Tasley

1108 Tamalpais ave The 1180 Gallery 
reception: Beyond Pain by Rouzbeh Delijani
Portraits in Oils and Pencil.
While in the process of painting his portraits, Rouzbeh looks for the mental aspect, seeking to find common ground with his subjects. His portraits have taught him that we all have pieces of each other.
music: Gary and the Crew


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