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Press Release: 59th Annual Holiday Arts Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 26, 2021

59th Annual Holiday Arts Festival

Get creative and give creative this holiday season

Online and In-Person Activities | November & December 2021
Richmond Art Center, 2540 Barrett Avenue, Richmond, CA
Event webpage: richmondartcenter.org/haf

Richmond, CA: Richmond Art Center invites creative gift-makers, holiday shoppers and art lovers to experience the 59th Annual Holiday Arts Festival!

In 2021 we’re getting into the holiday spirit over two months – November and December – with both in-person and online activities that celebrate the joy of making, discovering, and gifting arts and crafts.* With the Arts & Crafts Hub, Ceramics Sale, and free gift-making workshop series, the Holiday Arts Festival has something for everyone to get creative and give creative this holiday season.

Visit richmondartcenter.org/haf to view the workshop schedule, artist listings, and ceramic sale hours.


Online Arts & Crafts Hub

Online Artist Listings
November 4 – December 31, 2021

The Arts & Crafts Hub is an online space for Bay Area artists and makers to share and/or sell their work during the holiday season. It is a retail space for holiday arts and crafts shopping, but it is more than that too! Local artists and makers share recent work, holiday specials, project links, posters for change, messages for peace, and more in this interactive catalog of Richmond Art Center’s creative community.

The Hub launches November 4! Interested artists should CLICK HERE to join.

Ceramics Sale

In-Person Ceramics Store at Richmond Art Center
Thursdays and Saturdays, 10am-2pm, November 4 – November 20, 2021
Richmond Art Center, 2540 Barrett Avenue, Richmond, CA

Our popular Ceramics Sale is back in-person this year with an opportunity to shop local and handmade for your holiday gifts! Stop by Richmond Art Center anytime during gallery hours from November 4 through to November 20 and purchase beautiful and usable ceramics. All items are made by our students, teachers and friends. The Ceramics Sale will be set up in our galleries and new pieces will be added weekly.

All sales benefit Richmond Art Center.

Make a Gift That Brings Joy

Free Workshops Online and In-Person
Workshop announcements and registration links coming soon!

Is there anything more special than receiving a holiday gift that is handmade by the person giving it to you? This free workshop series is designed for folks who need a nudge towards starting their holiday craft gift projects.

Sign up for up for our e-newsletter, or follow us on Instagram or Facebook @RichmondArtCenter to get workshop announcements.

Covid-19 Prevention: Mask wearing and signing a Visitor Waiver is a condition of entry to Richmond Art Center. We track attendee numbers to ensure spaces do not get too crowded. See RAC’s website for more information about what we are doing to prevent the spread of Covid-19: richmondartcenter.org/about/covid

* In-person activities are subject to change based on Covid-19 developments. Please check Richmond Art Center’s website before planning your visit to RAC. Due to the ongoing uncertainties of the Covid-19 pandemic the annual in-person vendor fair will not be happening this year.

For more information contact: Amy Spencer amy@nullrichmondartcenter.org

About Richmond Art Center: Richmond Art Center has been sharing art and creating with the community since 1936. Our programs encompass classes, exhibitions and events at our facility in downtown Richmond, as well as off-site activities that bring free, high-quality art making experiences to WCCUSD schools and community partners. richmondartcenter.org

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