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Sony Holland sings a tribute to Linda Ronstadt through the breadth of her illustrious multi-genre career, which encompassed Rock, Country, and Jazz, in an on-demand streamed concert. Sony has headlined in San Francisco Bay Area at Meadowood, Auberge du Soleil, Napa Valley Reserve, Testarossa Winery, Harlan Estate, Chateau St.Jean, Yoshi's, SFJAZZ, Top of the Mark, […]


FREE-UpStage Napa Valley’s latest production ‘Love Gone Awry’ available NOW!

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Hear ye, hear ye!  UpStage Napa Valley’s first two virtual performances of 'Love Gone Awry' are available indefinitely at their website and ready to amuse you. This series of six, short and clever comedies are modern interpretations of love affairs in William Shakespeare’s plays. While no tickets are required, the local theater company appreciates any […]


Advanced Yoga Studies | YTT300

Mount Madonna Institute offers an integrative approach to mastering the vast science of yoga by combining study, practice, and self-reflection. Our Advanced Yoga Studies (YTT 300) program is continuation of a YTT200 Certification. Completion of this accredited YTT 300 course allows one to become certified at the 500 level through Yoga Alliance. Deeply explore Classical […]

Excuse Me Can I See Your ID – Two

This 2nd installation of Excuse Me Can I See Your ID sets out to go beyond the AAPI Heritage Month by celebrating AAPI artists for nearly 3 months.This online exhibition of AAPI artists allows questions about identity, individuation, and re-examines whether there is such a thing as "AAPI art". How do AAPI artists examine identity […]


Poached, Pruned, Peeled

Palette Gallery is proud to present Poached, Pruned, Peeled - a solo show by Jane Kim, founder of Ink Dwell studio. This exhibition examines our complicated relationship with food, from hunting methods refined over millions of years to the morality of modern agriculture. In exploring concepts like food acquisition, technology, and monoculture, Kim tells a […]


AWS Virtual Art Show

The Art Workshop of Western Sonoma County (AWS) offers its first online-only show May 1 through June 30, at View 100+ paintings with links to more than 30 artists. Find art you love to refresh your environment!  NOTE: Site is best viewed on a laptop or tablet. 


Bruce Burtch Photography


The Community Media Center of Marin presents "Bruce Burtch Photography," a virtual photo gallery on exhibit from May 1 through June 30. "Whether splattered with sand from climbing a dune in Death Valley, dust-covered from a dry Native American pow wow, or the tragedy of dropping my best camera into the ocean (a total loss), […]


If you’re vaccinated, it’s time for SINGLES TRAVEL!

Hopefully we will all be vaccinated soon against Covid-19. Please join our friendly singles as we tour the world affordably! May 13-18, Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls Adventure Oct 28 – Nov 1, Perfect 4 Days on Oahu, Hawaii Dec 2-7, Best of Puerto Rico MORE EVENTS at March 27-28, Sonoma Wine Tasting Weekend […]

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Virtual Photographic Exhibition

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“Black and White” Virtual Photographic Exhibition The Morgan Hill Photography Club is presenting a virtual photographic exhibition from Saturday, May15th through Wednesday, June 30th. This exhibit, entitled “Black and White,” consists of 66 images by 24 artists. Each photograph represents the artist’s black and white rendition of a genre of interest which might include people, […]



Peopled The Compound Gallery is pleased to open its 2021 art season with Peopled, a two person show featuring works by Ben Belknap and Chris Donnelly.  Belknap’s delicate ceramic sculptures depict detailed miniature worlds inhabited by mysterious people. Belknap's worlds straddle the periphery of psychological fantasy and realism leaving the viewer to contemplate which actuality […]


P.K. Frizzell: The Last Tree

Recently, the video, painting and sculptural work of P.K. Frizzell has focused on climate change. For this show, Frizzell presents a new series of mixed-media paintings called The Last Tree, an emotional response to climate change events that destroy forests and to the latest discoveries about the interdependence and cooperative nature of trees. New research has revealed that […]


Kathleen King: Other Lives

Kathleen King emphasizes the personal, social, and cultural aspects of collecting and arranging found materials in her exhibition, Other Lives. King explores ideas about value, multiplicity, including the multiple aspects of each person, and the psychological power that objects hold. While comprised of common objects and materials, her work in Other Lives reveals possibilities not found in everyday life. […]


Jo Ann Biagini: Thicket

Jo Ann Biagini makes layered, mixed-media works on and out of paper. The work in her latest exhibition, Thicket, has its beginnings in books, reflecting her interest in reading and in nature imagery found on the printed page. She starts by configuring discarded book pages into grids, then builds up layers, improvisationally combining shape, color, scale and meaning using […]


SF Collective Pop Up

SF Collective Pop Up 2608 3rd Street, San Francisco

May 22-June 22, 11am-6:30pm SF Collective Pop Up is a month-long event featuring four woman-owned brands based in the Bay Area. Hosted by PURPLEMAROON, a line of contemporary womenswear, the Pop Up will begin with a week-long launch of a new ceramics collection by Blue Plate. db:designs jewelry and MODHER handbags will join the space […]


Fun Outdoor Events for Marin/Sonoma Singles

Time to enjoy the great weather with new single friends! May 23, Speed Dating Outdoors June 6, White Water Rafting Trip June 19-20, Yosemite Hiking/Upscale Vacation Home June 26, Mansion Pool Party & BBQ July 30 – Aug 2, Zion/Bryce/St. George Adventure Aug 22, Russian River Canoe Trip Aug 26-31, Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls […]


Remembrance of Things Paper

Round Weather 951 Aileen St., Oakland

In an essay concerning dying glaciers on display in Remembrance of Things Paper, philosopher Todd May asks, “What is it to take the measure of a time we have created, a time we have telescoped so that the passing of what is around us is condensed from eons into years?”  The artists in the exhibition reply, […]


Gallery Route One 2021 Annual Artists Members’ Exhibition: BEING HUMAN NOW: TWENTY PERSPECTIVES

Gallery Route One 11101 Highway One, Ste. 1101, Point Reyes Station

Gallery Route One presents its Annual Artist Members' Exhibition, Being Human Now:Twenty Perspectives, featuring work by twenty member artists as they consider the roleof our changing interrelationship between personal identity and the encompassing worldaround us, working in a diverse range of media including painting, printmaking, artists'books, drawing, photography, mixed media and sculpture. On exhibit Saturday, […]

Art Exhibit: Summer’s Bounty

Upstairs Art Gallery 306 Center St, Healdsburg

Sonoma County artist, Laura Roney, presents Summer’s Bounty, a collection of oil paintings that celebrate the seasonal transformation as flowers blossom to create their fruit.  As nature awakens from its long Winter slumber, Roney finds Spring an exciting time.  Watching the trees come to life and flowers bloom inspires her art.  Working in oils allows […]


Photography Show to Benefit Drawbridge

Aroma Cafe 1122 4th Street, San Rafael

Award-winning Marin photographer, Bruce Burtch, will present an extensive photography show to benefit Drawbridge, which provides free art programs that inspire creativity and self-confidence in children who are underserved or experiencing homelessness. The Mill Valley Art Commission described Bruce's work as: "Spectacular, displaying stunning expressions of light and shadows, mood and serenity." Community Media Center […]



Toby's Gallery 11250 Highway One, Point Reyes Station

On display at Toby’s Gallery, Gallery Route One presents its Annual Artists in theSchools’ Exhibition, “The Seed, Cycles of Life,” featuring work by over 300 students from the Shoreline School District working in a diverse range of media including painting, printmaking, cyanotypes, poetry, drawing, mixed media and sculpture. On exhibit Thursday, June 3 - Tuesday, […]


Precious, resilient and stable, GOLD celebrates the creativity of the Werkshack artists with new work made this year! The pandemic challenges could have been devastating to any studio spaces, but these artists persisted and supported each other. Not one was lost to the pandemic. They were all able to stay and flourish in their creative […]


The Palacios Sisters Radionovela

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June 4 - 30, 2021 - audio on demand In this radionovela featuring voices of some of the Bay Area's most revered actors, Cristina Garcia flash forwards Chekhov's Three Sisters nearly a hundred years into the future - to Miami, 1985. It's the height of the drug wars and the city is hit with an […]


Harmony Juried Exhibition

603 San Anselmo 603 San Anselmo Avenue, San Anselmo

This juried art show is collaboration with Cedars and San Anselmo art Commissions. 36 artists from Greater Bay Area artist and 36 artist from Cedars.

Rulin Ma: Body Memory

Roll Up Project 217 Harrison Street, Oakland

Roll Up Project is pleased to present paintings by Rulin Ma. Ma’s paintings reflect on emotions, written language, and the intricacies of mark-making. Cavity (2020) and Shifting Anatomy (2020) are displayed in the window on Harrison Street. These paintings are interpretations of emotions Ma felt during the pandemic, including uneasiness, stress, and emptiness. The abstract […]



Gallery at the Werkshack 481 25th Street, Oakland

Precious, resilient and stable, GOLD celebrates the creativity of the Werkshack artists with new work made this year! The pandemic challenges could have been devastating to any studio spaces, but these artists persisted and supported each other. Not one was lost to the pandemic. They were all able to stay and flourish in their creative […]


A Joy Unexpected: Exhibition + Virtual Panel

Root Division 1131 Mission St., San Francisco

June 9 -26, 2021 with a virtual panel discussion on June 17 from 5:00-6:30pm Pacific time Join Root Division this June for A Joy Unexpected, curated by Root Division's inaugural Curatorial Fellow, Tavarus Blackmon. This artist-centered exhibition grew from an in-depth curatorial exploration during a year of social-distancing. The artists in A Joy Unexpected had […]


GearBox Gallery Exhibition: “Unbinding” Jamie Treacy & Stephanie Thames

GearBox Gallery 770 West Grand Ave., Oakland

Jamie Treacy’s mixed media paintings and Stephanie Thames’s ceramic sculptures brought together in this exhibition explore the theme of “Shadow Work”, looking at unknown or hidden parts of one’s psyche. The exhibition title “Unbinding” speaks to art practice as a metaphor for personal healing and growth. Treacy’s mixed media paintings on panel explore abstraction as […]

Finest Didgeridoos at Mantra Wines Gallery & Tasting Room, Novato

Mantra Wines Tasting Room 881 Grant Avenue, Novato

Come check out some of the rarest and finest didgeridoos from around the world from the personal collection of didgeridoo master & KPFA Music of the World host Stephen Kent.  Made by world renowned Australian Aboriginal makers including Djalu Gurruwiwi, David Blanasi, Frank Thill and contemporary artists Jeff Lohr, Chad Butler, Geoff Frost & and Jusse […]


Tyler J. Hoare: Things with Wings & Fins, A year of Daily Quarantine Sculptures

The Compound Gallery 1167 65th Street, Oakland

The Compound Gallery is pleased to announce a solo show Things with Wings and Fins featuring works by esteemed Emeryville mudflat artist Tyler James Hoare. This show features a collection of sculptures made by Hoare over the course of the past year during quarantine. Hoare produced hundreds of birds, cranes, ducks, puffins and other winged […]