Through this fall, 44 residencies led by teaching artists trained in trauma-informed practices haven taken place in schools affected--directly or indirectly--by last year’s firestorm. These public school residencies are supported by the Creative Sonoma Recovery Fund.
Welcome back to school! Whether you’re returning to a classroom as a student or a teacher, or embarking on your fall projects or the season’s work, September always retains that feeling of launching endeavors with a “fresh start.”
Rich Rubin has been named the new Artistic Director for the Guerneville-based Pegasus Theater Company.
"Wildfires into the Heartwood" a film by SoCo Dance Theater commemorating the impacts of the 2017 wildfires, has been selected by the San Francisco International Dance Film Festival.
Welcome two new arts organizations to Sonoma County: Folklight Film Club and Pulse Arts!
Santa Rosa is a finalist for a major national public art grant that would encourage artists to explore issues related to the October wildfires.
Local "gothic comedian" Oliver Graves appeared on America's Got Talent on Tuesday, July 10, and received a standing ovation from the audience and judges.
Winning prestigious awards this year at international, national and local film festivals, the documentary short film "Empire on Main Street" follows the story of restauranteur Crista Luedtke.
On June 2, graphic novelist Brian Fies and KQED producers won a Northern California Area Emmy Award for Best Public/Current/Community Affairs-Feature/Segment for KQED's video version of Fies' "Fire Story.”
In the past year, many Sonoma County arts organizations have hired new Executive Directors. Join us in welcoming them to the County and/or to their new roles!