‘Dear America’ Call for Entries
Deep Valley Arts Collective will be hosting an online gallery exhibition of artwork that explores our country’s current state of affairs as we navigate a worldwide pandemic, sheltering in place, and widespread protest against the mistreatment of people of color by law enforcement across the nation. There is no entry fee, limit three entries per artist. All media welcome.
Deadline for entries is Sunday, Aug. 16, 2020. Exhibition opening Friday, Sept. 4. Featured artists virtual roundtable will be held Saturday, Sept. 5. For more information, visit deepvalleyartscollective.com.
Mendocino Film Festival Virtual Cinema Series
The Mendocino Film Festival Virtual Cinema Series will be featuring more films in the coming weeks. MFF receives 50 percent of every ticket sold. Two new films will be added to the virtual cinema each week, through Aug. 14. More information and trailers can be found at https://mendocinofilmfestival.org/virtual-cinema-series/.
Willits Community Theatre online lineup
Willits Community Theatre will be presenting a selection of its popular shows from the past through an online streaming platform.
Subscribers to the platform will be treated to favorite gems from the vast archive of WCT’s videotaped stage performances, including main stage hits, the Speakeasy Monologue presentations, one-act plays by local playwright Don Samson and other delicious performances gems.
The streaming lineup is scheduled to run through December, according to Producer Mike A’Dair. Unless otherwise noted, all selections will be available indefinitely for streaming.
For more information on the schedule of shows and how to subscribe for viewing, visit wctperformingartscenter.org.
Sequoia Room Video Archive
Presented by North Coast Brewing Co., The Sequoia Room Video Archive includes more than 60 hours of music performances from sold-out shows at The Sequoia Room. You will find many different genres, including; Jazz, Blues, Bluegrass and more at The Sequoia Room’s Facebook page.
Fridays at Five!
Even though the SFJAZZ Center continues to be dark for the immediate future, their goal in bringing enjoyment to their Members and patrons through music continues to be their focus. Available free to current SFJAZZ Members or through a one-month, “$5 Fridays at Five” digital membership, this weekly series features exclusive footage from some of the most memorable SFJAZZ concerts from the past few years.
From Arts Council of Mendocino County
Did you know that the Arts Council of Mendocino County has a COVID-19 Resources and Response Page? If your inbox is like ours, it’s full of reflections, news, responses, pleas, surveys, CARES ACT information — and the list goes on. We are gathering the links and information that may be of use and organizing everything in one place at the ACMC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and Response Center. Each week will feature a new project. The Mendocino County Arts Council can be reached at 707-463-2727 or artsmendocino.org.
California Arts Council updates
The latest California Arts Council updates, plus important links and resources for California artists, cultural workers and creatives on the coronavirus pandemic can be found by visiting their website at cac.ca.gov/.
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