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ÆRENA Galleries Presents ‘When The Change Came’ Featuring Katy Kuhn’s Amazing Abstracts – Artist Reception June 6, 5:30-7:30pm
The latest example of those commitments is Aerena’s latest showcase of longtime Mill Valley artist and resident Katy Kuhn, who’s presenting “When The Change Came,” featuring her amazing abstracts. A reception for the artist is set for Tuesday, June 6 as part of the Mill Valley Arts Commissioner’s First Tuesday Artwalk from 5:30-7:30pm.
Mill Valley Chamber Hosts Award-Winning Painter Elizabeth Geisler’s Latest Work in June – First Tuesday Artwalk Is Tuesday, June 6th, 5:30-7:30pm
Best known for her water reflection paintings, Geisler creates images that reside somewhere between photorealism and abstraction. Up close, the color use and brushwork read as abstraction, but from a distance, they blend into a more representational depiction.
Desta Gallery to Lead New Art Curatorial Program at the Depot Cafe and Bookstore – Debuts June 7-July 19
Emebet Korn’s renowned Desta Gallery continues to showcase gorgeous art at her gallery at 100 Throckmorton Avenue, and is debuting a new art curatorial program at the venerable Depot Café and Bookstore starting on June 8 with a showcase of the work of artist Katheryn Holt.
Club Evexia Gets Ready to Celebrate the One-Year Anniversary of Its Incredibly Successful Luxury Fitness & Wellness Center – June 3, 11am-5pm
“The club has far exceeded our already high expectations,” Raymond says. “Our members absolutely love our unique mix of fitness and wellness with a social club. Our anniversary party is going to be the event of the summer.”
Poet and/the Bench to Showcase ‘Peripheral Visions’ Mixed Media and Collage by SF Artist Jamie Kelty – Runs June 6 – Sept. 30
The raw materials and meticulous details in Jamie Kelty’s collages and mixed media paintings are magical worlds she creates to reflect memories, history and a crafted world of design.
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More Mill Valley, More Often: A Pair of Longstanding, Illustrious Mill Valley Brands Align, As the Depot Cafe Will Begin Serving Equator Coffees
“What the founders share in common is their love for their Mill Valley neighbors and community,” Russell says. “Both brands are committed to serving the most sustainably sourced products to our community and visitors.”
Marin Theatre Company Unveils 2023-24 Season – ‘Where Did We Sit on the Bus?’ Runs Through May 28
The third play of the current season, the West Coast premiere of Where Did We Sit on the Bus?, runs through May 28. Brian Quijada’s one-person musical play investigates where Latinos fit in an American racial history narrative that too often poses a false dichotomy of Black or white. Satya Chávez, who wrote some of the show’s compositions, stars, and Matt Dickson directs.
Planning Commission Hosts Study Session on 1 Hamilton Dr., City Sends Off a Council Approved 8-Year Housing Element to State
In addition to the aforementioned 1 Hamilton plan, the housing element identifies 401 Miller Ave., the complex that’s home to Sol Food and Simple Mills, as well as the large property on East Blithedale Ave. owned by Comcast building.
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The Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center is located in the historic Depot building, right on the downtown Plaza. Painting courtesy of Linda Rosso Studio.