Get ready for Tehama County’s beloved event for art lovers, the 20th Annual Red Bluff ArtWalk, to be held from 4-8 p.m. Friday, November 4 and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, November 5 November, sponsored by the Tehama County Arts Council.
“We have an incredibly large and thriving community of talented artists here and many will be featured at the 28 participating businesses downtown,” said ArtWalk President Toni Gaylord. “The mission of the Tehama County Arts Council is to spread an appreciation of all the arts throughout Tehama County.”
A variety of art mediums will be on display, ranging from traditional art to unique vinyl records, art caricatures, art dolls and books, macrame, pottery, glass blowing, wood paintings , digital art, fiber art and performing arts.
On Friday night, get ready to stroll through downtown Red Bluff to meet featured artists and learn about their amazing art, sample the best wine in the Upstate, meet business owners, and start your holiday shopping.
Admission and ArtWalk Card brochures are free. Watch for ArtWalk flags in front of participating businesses.
Art groups featured at various venues will include the Sun Country Quilters, Red Bluff Art Association, Tehama County Photo Club, Washington Street Productions, Tehama Creatives, Red Bluff High School Art Department and young local artists.
There will be live music at various venues and Tehama Creatives will host a special event at Cone-Kimball Plaza of a visual media art presentation projected onto the wall beginning at 6:30 p.m. Friday evening.
This year, as an added feature, several top North State wineries will be offering samples of some of their specialty wines at the Friday night event.
Tickets are on sale now for the Friday night wine tastings, $15 each in advance at www.tehamaarts.org or www.eventbrite.com and $20 on the day at the box office tables. Pick up your pre-purchased wristband or purchase tickets Friday nights from 5-8 p.m. at three different locations downtown, 700 East Block Main Street, 600 West Block Main Street and 400 South Block Walnut Street.
Saturday is family day and we quietly enjoy the art in the place. Create your own sidewalk chalk art at 724 Main Street. For more information, write to [email protected]