Sebastopol Center for the Arts Offers Classes, Online Exhibitions, and more
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“Every Little Thing” Family Art Activities.
Join teacher Cat Kaufman and learn about artist, Pablo Picasso. Use simple materials found around the house to create an easy Surrealist mask for your wall or your head. This project is adaptable to artists of any age that can use scissors. Perfect for home school art class!
Lesson #1 Surrealist Picasso Mask.Available to stream April 24 – May 8 (when Lesson #2 in the series willbecome available)
Cost $15 . Registration is required to receive access to the video lesson.
Cat Kaufman is generously donating her time and expertise to bring these family projects to you.
|Register for Picasso Mask|
|Watch the trailer and learn morehttps://sebarts.org/sca-events-2/|
|Favorite Things : Online Art Exhibitnow thru May 31st|
We had an extraordinary first ever online opening reception last Saturday. What a wonderful opportunity to meet the other artists face-to-face via Zoom and hear each speak about their work. Yes, there are always things to improve, but you overwhelmingly told us that you enjoyed it. Thank you!Rooster By Dennis and Dean, Apple Blossom SchoolEnjoy looking at the variety of art and buy from the comfort of your couch
|Look and buy from the comfort of home|
|Documentaries Make House Calls. Streaming May 7 – May 17 |
Short Films with Filmmaker Conversations from SDFF 2020
This collection of 6 short films from SDFF 2020 has something for every member of the family scrunched together on the couch. All of these stories are in keeping with current circumstances — close to home.
In A Pilgrimage, meet Genevieve Barnhart, a local artist whose iconic sculpture has inspired many ” ‘little women’ to do big things.” We’ll also explore rewilding honeybees,fishing off Bodega Bay, reclaiming a creek full of trash & crawdads, a scamper through memories of a Northern California childhood, and the vulnerable population of our vineyard farmworkers.
Included are conversations with the Directors of Dick Ogg: Fisherman and Eva Rendle, All That Remains.
Tickets are $10 for the entire program. Don’t miss out on this wonderful collection.We encourage donations beyond your ticket cost. Consider matching what you might have spent on that medium popcorn plus Milk Duds or Raisinets. Online delivery of films is not free for us.
Visit SDFF often for movies that matter.
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|“Art Spots” with Linda Loveland Reid. |
A new series of short talks. Bringing you a combination of art history and a bit of scandal!
The first lecture about John Singer Sargent was a sold outsuccess! If you missed it, a recording of the lecture will be available soon.
Art Spot #2 is coming. Learn about the life of Bay Area Figurative painter David Park. Join us live via Zoom on May 20th 1:30-2:30 pm. Limited to 95 participants.
|Register for Art Spot #2 May 20th|
5 weeks into “shelter in place”… can you relate to feelings expressed in this poem?
“Oh Narcissus” by Fran Clagget-Holland …….Enjoy!
|Read ‘Oh Narcissus’|
We want to see what you are creating! Email us a photo of your drawings to [email protected]
You can still watch the learn to draw Kangaroo lesson and Rabbit lessonvideos.
|Just for fun …..check out this source for online classes. Why not learn something new during your time a home?|
|Like other non-profits, SCA is struggling with financial loss due to cancellation of exhibits and postponement of Open Studios and the Film Festival. Please help if you can. You can make donations and renew memberships online, or mail a check to Sebastopol Center for The Arts, 282 S High Street, Sebastopol CA 95472. THANK YOU!|
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