Jul 8, 2024

Rescued, Sausalito sea lion sculpture returns home

A crowd gathered last week at sunrise to watch the dramatic homecoming of Sausalito’s beloved but accident-prone sea lion sculpture. Plucked by a crane from the back of a pickup truck on Bridgeway, the newly restored bronze sculpture floated through the air and returned to its rocky nest just off...
Feb 27, 2024

A Mortal Moment

New exhibit embraces death & life Here in the North Bay, winter’s torrential storms are already giving way to the...
Dec 19, 2023

Marin County’s Renowned Figurative Artist, Cathy Locke, Showcases Work in Local Museums

Cathy Locke is a figurative artist whose work has been featured in dozens of museum shows and collected by civic-educational institutions and private patrons worldwide.
Dec 19, 2023

Marin Art and Garden Center appoints Iris Lax as executive director

Iris Lax has been appointed as the new executive director of the Marin Art and Garden Center, a 77-year-old public garden and event space, to lead the center towards a future of growth and community engagement.
Dec 12, 2023

A Guide for Marin Gifting

Last-minute gift buyers of Marin, listen up! There’s still time to make those holiday present selections shine, especially with...
Nov 28, 2023

Glow Up: Peregrine Players stage ‘Radium Girls’

This winter, San Anselmo’s Archie Williams High School students will take to the stage with a gripping Peregrine Players...
Nov 7, 2023

Holiday Arts in Marin

Though the North Bay is always a safe haven for art and artists alike, there’s still something extra special...
Sep 20, 2023

Artist Tom Killion, A Chip Off the Old Woodblock

Tom Killion produces landscape prints using Japanese woodblock printmaking tools and materials combined with fine book printing techniques. He...
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