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Press Release: Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day at Richmond Art Center


Monday, September 11, 2023


Fall Family Day

Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Saturday, October 7, 12pm-3pm | FREE

Richmond Art Center (courtyard), 2540 Barrett Avenue, Richmond

Event webpage:

Richmond, CA: We’re coming together on Saturday, October 7, 12pm-3pm, to lift up and celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day through art making.

Fall Family Day will feature a community mural with Luis Garcia and Powwow Reading Corner with the Native American Health Center. And, of course, lots of drop-in art activities with artists Andrés Cisneros-Galindo, Tiffany Conway, Alice Rice, Anne Wolf, and Lisa Levine. Visitors can also enjoy games, snacks, and music by DJ Freddie.

The free event is open to kids of all ages and their grown-ups. No rsvp is necessary. Richmond Art Center is located at 2540 Barrett Avenue in Richmond.

Accessibility, Parking and Public Transportation: Ample free parking is available in the 25th Street lot across the street from Richmond Art Center. The facility is accessible to wheelchair users via the Barrett Avenue entrance, adjacent to a parking lot with six accessible spaces. Richmond Art Center is accessible by BART, AC Transit, and R-Transit. Parking and Entrance Map

For information about Spring Family Day visit:

About Richmond Art Center: For over 80 years, Richmond Art Center has served the residents of Richmond and surrounding communities through studio arts education programs, exhibitions, off-site classes, and special initiatives for community-wide impact. Richmond Art Center’s mission is to be a catalyst in Richmond for learning and living through art.

For more information and images contact:
Amy Spencer,

Top Artwork: Luis Garcia, Creciente (The Rising), 2022
Above Photos: Fall Family Day in 2022



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Richmond, CA 94804-1600


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