RAC COVID-19 Updates
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
A message from the Richmond Art Center:
In alignment with health orders by Contra Costa County Health Services, the Richmond Art Center’s facility remains temporarily closed.
During shelter-in-place staff have been busy working to create new experiences for sharing art and creating together at home. This includes:
- Online Art Classes for Adults, Youth and Families
- Distance Learning Video Library
- New Online Projects Featuring Work Made During COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place
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If you have questions please call 510-620-6772 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, phone calls will be forwarded to an automated attendant system with recorded information. If you would like to leave a message, please allow us time to respond.
Thank you for your patience, understanding and support during this time. If you have not done so already, please consider making a contribution today to the Richmond Art Center Renewal Fund to safeguard our future.
We are currently deep cleaning and sanitizing RAC’s entire facility. We look forward to welcoming students and the public back to RAC when it is safe to do so! Please check back here for updates on RAC’s reopening plans.
Top featured artwork: Jeannette Kortz, Glen Alin High Sierra Camp in Yosemite, 2020
Richmond artist Kortz says of creating new work while sheltering-in: “I love to paint and draw outdoor scenes because I have hiked in these places, and since I’m stuck here at home, it brings me back to when I was out in nature enjoying clean air, beautiful scenery, bird songs, and an occasional spotting of marmots, squirrels, and even bears… Every human being needs nature to nourish their soul.”