The seventh annual Napa Valley Arts in April will showcase more than 40 arts and culture events across the Napa County from American Canyon to Calistoga and in between. In addition to the independently-produced events that dot the idyllic valley at wineries, museums and galleries, the county will host five central city events that celebrate each town’s unique scene including Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville, Napa and American Canyon. Napa Valley Arts in April is a production of Arts Council Napa Valley with major support from Visit Napa Valley and the County of Napa.
Check here for the full month's listing of activities: artscouncilnapavalley.org/artsinapril
FLOW: Arts at the River is an artistic activation of the Oxbow Commons and the new Rail Arts District.
Bringing together music and performing and visual arts, FLOW: Arts at the River will highlight buskers on the Oxbow switchbacks, an official stage presented by Festival Napa Valley and participatory arts activities designed by Napa’s high school students.
Walk along McKinstry street for food and beverages and end up in the new RAD to watch Spanish street artist Cinta Vidal as she works on her mural and help sort broken tiles for the Quake Mosaic, a massive public art piece addressing the devastation of the 2014 Napa Earthquake. Be a part of the art with our community sing led by a professional choir instructor, Cindy Skinner. Finally finish the day with renowned Cuban pianist and performer, Aldo Lopez-Gavilan presented by Festival Napa Valley. Come join us for a one day glimpse at the vast creative culture in the City of Napa!
Date & Time | Sunday, April 30, 12pm - 4pm
Location | Downtown Napa, Oxbow Commons
Price | Free | No RSVP Necessary