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Native Holiday Art Fair sees strong turnout

Sunday’s rain didn’t dampen the atmosphere at the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center’s Holiday Art Fair in Santa Rosa. Turnout for the event Sunday afternoon was the largest the center has seen in the roughly five years it has held the event, said Nicole Lim, executive director for the California Indian Museum and Cultural… Keep Reading

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Sculptor Michael Cooper driven to try new avenues

Since his boyhood, Michael Cooper’s driving ambition has been to make art that not only moves people emotionally, but actually moves. A trim, compact man at age 79, the longtime Sebastopol sculptor and former teacher keeps his comments on his own work rather succinct. “I love mechanical things. I just like to build things,” he… Keep Reading

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Making A Difference In The Film Industry

Competing With The Big Studios SANTA ROSA, CA, USA, November 28, 2022 / — Can one man put forth enough effort to make a splash big enough to affect the world? Bryan Brooks thinks so. He’s been making waves this past year with his independent feature film Wrecker. Bryan is the film’s producer, financier, writer,… Keep Reading

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Creative Sonoma announces new round of arts grants

  In support of local cultural arts activities that will occur in 2022, Creative Sonoma – funded by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors – a new round of Arts Impact grants has been announced. Available to nonprofit arts organizations, the grant will come from a $115,000 fund set aside to support the cultivation of… Keep Reading

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Art at the Source

Sebastopol Center for the Arts today announced that its Art at the Source event will take place on June 5-6 and June 12-13, 2021, making it the first in-person art event since lockdown began. Over 90 artists will open their studios to the public for this signature Sonoma County art experience. To ensure everyone’s safety,… Keep Reading

New mural celebrates Sonoma County

Security Public Storage (SPS) announces the unveiling of a spectacular new 2100-sq ft mural honoring Santa Rosa’s unique heritage on Thursday, April 22nd at 4:00pm. The Chamber of Commerce and City of Santa Rosa officials will join the beloved long-time local SPS managers in the celebration. [Event will be outdoors, with masks and social distancing!]… Keep Reading

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Santa Rosa Symphony concerts to be televised for first time

For the first time in its 93-year history, the Santa Rosa Symphony will reach TV audiences. The broadcasts of three concerts, in partnership with Northern California Public Media, will be on two NorCal Public channels this spring. The “Santa Rosa Symphony Presents” concerts, recorded and streamed online earlier this year as part of the symphony’s… Keep Reading

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