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Feliz día de los Muertos | With Love… Issue 29


Feliz día de los Muertos | Get Ready for the Holiday Arts Festival | Seeing Urban Nature new class
Be Part of the 25th Anniversary | Upcoming Classes | In Memoriam

Feliz día de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos
Saturday, October 23, 12pm-3pm* at Richmond Art Center

Family Day is back at RAC with a special celebration of Día de los Muertos happening this Saturday, October 23, 12pm-3pm. Featuring Alebrije workshop, performances by Puerto Rican youth Bomba ensemble Quenepas, storyteller Olga Loya, and more!

More info:

Get Ready for the Holiday Arts Festival

Holiday Arts Festival – Artist Registration Open!!

Join the Arts & Crafts Hub for the Holiday Arts Festival ( ! This online space is for Bay Area artists and makers to share and/or sell their work during the holiday season. New/recent/past work, holiday crafts, end-of-year sales, mini-exhibitions, posters for change, messages for peace… it’s all welcome!

Learn more:

Seeing Urban Nature

Meet Teaching Artist Julia Beery

Julia Beery spoke with us about her new class Urban Nature Journaling ( . She says, “Students who take this class will start to see that you don’t need to be a scientist to understand the natural world, anybody’s observations are valid.”

Read the interview:

Be Part of the 25th Anniversary

Art of the African Diaspora 2022
Artist Deadline to Register: Sunday, October, 31, 2021, 11:59pm

Artists, be part of the 25th Anniversary of the Bay Area Black Artists’ exhibition at Richmond Art Center! Art Of The African Diaspora is a non-juried group exhibition featuring work by artists of African descent. The showcase exhibition is held at Richmond Art Center and is accompanied by self-guided open studio tours and satellite exhibitions throughout the Bay Area.

Learn more about participating in AOTAD at the online Artist Info Session on Saturday, October 23, 12pm-1:30pm: to register

Register for the Exhibition Here:

In Memoriam

❤️ Remembering Lynn Sullivan

Lynn passed on October 10 after a swift battle with cancer. A talented and prolific textile artist, Lynn was a kind and welcoming member of Richmond Art Center’s weaving community. Her quiet cheer and giving spirit will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Her friends are planning an exhibition of her past 15 years of work (date TBD).

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*In-person activity dates are subject to change as we see further developments in the Covid-19 pandemic. Mask wearing and signing a Visitor Waiver is a condition of entry to RAC events. We track attendee numbers in the courtyard and galleries to ensure spaces do not get too crowded. Read more about Richmond Art Center’s Covid-19 safety measures HERE ( .

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