Saturday, April 13, 2024, 10 a.m.–4 p.mFree Admission

The Riverside Art Alliance is delighted to announce its 9th annual Riverside Art Market! The event will again be located at the historic White Park in downtown Riverside. This year’s event will feature 100 artist vendors, art and other activities for children, art demonstrations, entertainment, food, beer and wine, and much more. We anticipate over 4,000 visitors to this free, family-friendly, fun-filled event! 

All proceeds support the Riverside Art Museum; last year over $25,000 was raised to make art and culture more accessible to Inland Empire residents! 

Thank you to our vendors and sponsors who have participated over the years!

CALL FOR ARTIST VENDORS

Applications for vendor booths are now being accepted. Early-Bird pricing until January 1, 2024, is $130 for RAM members and $145 for non-members. After that date booth fees will be $140 for members and $155 for non-members. Applications are accepted online through March 24. There is no additional charge for selecting your specific booth or for sharing a booth. Booths can be selected using the online application.

We will provide white E-Z UP canopies to all outside vendors (no personal E-Z UPs are allowed). E-Z UPs will be set up for all vendors by 7:30 a.m. on April 13.

Please read all attachments prior to filling in your Vendor Application.

Vendor Waiver & Instructions
Vendor Booth Map

If you have any questions, please contact riversideartmarket@gmail.com.

We would love for you to be a part of the excitement!

ART MARKET sponsors get special treatment this year. Not only have we enhanced our signage and sponsorship acknowledgement, but we are also offering our sponsors at any level a new benefit: use of the Sponsors’ Tent, where you can relax, enjoy free refreshments, and have a front row seat to the entertainment Please click on the attached informationn link to find out more about our sponsorship opportunities.

Sponsor Information with downloadable form

Click here to pay online for sponsorship



Thank you to our Art Market 2024 Sponsors

CITY SPONSOR

City of Riverside


ROSE SPONSOR

Kathy and David Bocian


TULIP SPONSOR

Riverside East Rotary Foundation, Inc.

Gordon and Jill Bourns
Dayton and Cheryl Gilleland
Kiwanis Club of Riverside
Kathy and Dwight Tate


HYACINTH SPONSOR

Burgess Moving & Storage


MARIGOLD SPONSOR

Gless Ranch
Woodard Group
Riverside Downtown Partnership

Kathy and John Allavie
Lucile Arntzen
Mark and Pam Balys
Suzy and Gary Clem
Sandi and John Fay
Suzanne and Lawton Gray
Francie and Eric Johnson


DAISY SPONSOR

Lorraine and Richard Anderson
Selina and Phil Bremenstuhl
Teresa Chamiec and Robert Giannini
Patti and David Funder
Lawrence T. Geraty
Debra Johnson
Pamela Kaptain
Chris and Georgia Kutch
Peggy Littleworth
Bud and Claudia Luppino
Cookie Smith
Denise Stevens and Madelyn Warner

BEVERAGE SPONSOR

Euryale Brewing Company



Join us on the first Thursday of every month from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. for the Riverside ArtsWalk, a vibrant community event that celebrates the diversity of arts and culture in Riverside and the Inland Empire.

We offer free admission at both Riverside Art Museum (Julia Morgan Building) and The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture as part of the ArtsWalk, which includes many downtown arts destinations.


Riverside Artswalk is hosted by the Riverside Arts Council and sponsored by the City of Riverside and Riverside Downtown Partnership. More information and Artswalk map available here.

Riverside ArtsWalk is supported in part by:

Photo credit: Puma Photography

April 30, 2023

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. – Art Talk

Registration link: https://ramcheech.ticketapp.org/portal/product/97

Join us for an engaging conversation between Beliz Iristay and Christie Mitchell about Tracing Acculturations: Beliz Iristay

BELIZ IRISTAY: Beliz Iristay is a visual artist working on both sides of United States and Mexico border region. As such, her work is a representation of the identity created in the in-between spaces. Iristay creates installation work that critically examines the traditions in the cultures she has experienced, specifically as they relate to tradition, identity, gender, and custom. Iristay was born in 1979 in Izmir, Turkey and currently lives between San Diego, California and Ensenada, Baja California, México. Iristay’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in Slovenia, México, and Los Angeles. She was awarded for San Diego Art Prize in 2021 and her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego; the San Diego Art Institute; Lux Art Institute SOFA Chicago; Miami Red Dot Art Fair Miami; and the Los Angeles Art Fair. She creates her projects and hosts workshops in her TURKMEX studio, which is located in the Guadalupe Valley of Baja California, México.

CHRISTIE MITCHELL: Christie Mitchell is a cultural worker and contemporary art curator. She currently serves as the Executive Director of the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library, an organization providing arts and music resources, exhibitions, art classes, and year-round concerts and public programs to the San Diego community. Previously, she worked as an independent curator, and in the curatorial department of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York where she started as a part of the team orchestrating the museum’s move to a new building downtown. While at the Whitney she organized and co-organized multiple exhibitions including the retrospective Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again, which debuted at the Whitney before traveling to the San Francisco Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago in 2018-2020. Prior to this, she was a Research Assistant for the publication and exhibition Phenomenal: California Light, Space, Surface, at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.


Friday, April 21, 2023 @ 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

The MexiCali Biennial presents a full-day symposium dedicated to highlighting the artistic and cultural innovations of its programs. Since 2006, the MexiCali Biennial has promoted the shared regions of California and Baja California as a site of unique aesthetic production. This symposium will bring together three panels of artists, curators, and scholars to discuss past and present exhibitions. Each panel will address broader issues and key themes defining contemporary art in both Californias over the last few decades, including biennials and art institutions, exhibition models, conceptualism, border activations, and colonial mythologies and the decolonial. These conversations will shed light on the place of the MexiCali Biennial in broader histories of Chicanx-Latinx, American, Mexican, and U.S.-Mexico borderlands art. 

This event is organized in conjunction with the exhibition MexiCali Biennial: Art, Actions, Exchanges that is currently on view at the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture. Support for this program comes from the Mellon Foundation and the ACLS Sustaining Public Humanities grant.

This event is at capacity. Please check back to see if there are any cancellations and spots become available.

Schedule

10:00am                      Welcome Remarks

10:15am                      Introduction and Overview of Panels

10:30-11:30am           Anti-Biennial: (De)Constructing Exhibition Models

Speakers: Ed Gomez (MexiCali Biennial and CSU San Bernardino), Israel Ortega (Centro Estatal de las Artes, Mexicali), Alejandro Espinoza (Universidad de Baja California, Mexicali)

Moderated by Joseph Daniel Valencia (Vincent Price Art Museum)

11:30-12:30pm           Readymade Border: Conceptualism on the Line

Speakers: Luis G. Hernandez (MexiCali Biennial and SDSU Imperial Valley), Omar Pimienta (UC San Diego), Guillermo “Memo” Estrada (Artist)

Moderated by Selene Preciado (Independent Curator and Getty Foundation)

12:30am-1:30pm       Lunch Break

1:30-2:30pm               Colonial Mythologies of California: Decolonizing Border Art

Speakers: Daniela Lieja Quintanar (REDCAT, Los Angeles), Carmina Escobar (Artist), Emmanuel Ortega (University of Illinois Chicago)

Moderated by JV Decemvirale (CalTech)

2:30-4:00pm               Closing Reception

Saturday, April 1, 2023, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Free Admission

The Riverside Art Alliance is thrilled to announce its 8th annual Riverside Art Market!  The event will again be located at the historic White Park in downtown Riverside.  This year’s event will feature 100 artist vendors, crafts for children, entertainment, food, beer and wine, and much more.  We anticipate over 2500 visitors to this free, family-friendly, fun-filled event! 

Our goal is for the Riverside Art Market to be one of the Inland Empire’s premier art events. All proceeds support the Riverside Art Museum; last year over $20,000 was raised to make art and culture more accessible to Inland Empire residents!

We will have family-friendly arts activities including crafts, face-painting and a henna artist! Be sure to stop by our community booths, featuring RAM Art-to-go instructors, East Side Arthouse and The Garcia Center for the Arts. DJ’ing the event will be Art Alcaraz.

Don’t forget! We will also be having a golden-egg hunt, where young participants (children only) will get a chance to win a family membership!

Thank you to our vendors and sponsors who have participated over the years!

Call for Artist Vendors

Booth fees are $140 for members and $155 for non-members. Applications are accepted online through March 24. (see link below)

There is no additional charge for selecting your specific booth or for sharing a booth. Booths can be selected using the attached map and online application.

We will provide white E-Z UP canopies to all outside vendors (no personal E-Z UPs are allowed). E-Z UPs will be set up for all vendors by 7:30 a.m. on April 1.

Please read all attachments prior to filling in your vendor application.

Vendor Map, Waiver, Application Instructions and Rules & Procedures

Vendor Applications Closed

If you have any questions, please contact riversideartmarket@gmail.com.

Become a Sponsor!

The Riverside Art Museum and Art Alliance are seeking sponsorships to help make this event a success. We hope you will consider supporting this free, fun-filled, community-oriented event.

Sponsor Information and Donation Form

Click here to become a sponsor

Thank you to these generous sponsors:

Entertainment Stage Sponsor:

Pam & Mark Balys

Kathy & David Bocian


Children’s Pavilion Sponsors:

Kathy & Gary Christmas

Cheryl & Dayton Gilleland

Sue Johnson
Riverside East Rotary Foundation


ARTrageous Sponsors:

Francie & Eric Johnson

Patricia Reynolds


ARTventurous Sponsors:

Kathy & John Allavie | Philip & Selina Bremenstuhl | Suzy & Gary Clem | Sandra & John Fay | Tami Fleming-Maio & Steve Maio | RuthAnn Ryan & Stephen Parker | Sandra Webb | Kathy Wright & Dwight Tate


ARTastic Sponsors:

Chris & Georgia Anders-Kutch | Lorraine & Richard Anderson | Lucile Arntzen | Linda & Ted Boecker | Anja & Ring Cardé | Teresa Chamiec & Robert Giannini | Anne & Joe Deem | Patti & David Funder | Suzanne Gray | Adam Guzkowski | Debra Johnson | Pamela Kaptain | Peggy Littleworth | Peggy & Roger Luebs | Louise D, Moore | Tiffany North | Alixandra Ogawa | Debby & Ken Phillips | Dallas & Gloria Rabenstein | Emmanuelle & Morey Reynolds | Cookie Smith | Carole Stadelbacher | Denise Stevens & Madelyn Warner | Ofelia Valdez-Yeager & Ley Yeager


Thank you to generous donors:

Beverly Inaba | Dolores Johnson | Frances & Robert Moerke | Nicolette Rohr | Sarah Smith


Media Sponsor

Camping World

Beverage Sponsor

Euryale Brewing

Saturday, April 9, 2022, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., at White Park, No cost

We’re back! After a two-year interlude we are ready to relaunch the Riverside Art Market in its new location, White Park, located in downtown Riverside.  This new space will highlight our artist vendors, entertainers, and children’s activities in a beautiful park setting.

We are very grateful to the artist-vendors who patiently stuck it out with us so they could participate in this April’s Art Market. With 100 booths located along the pathways of White Park, we still have booths available so we encourage anyone who is interested to submit a vendor application!

With FREE admission, children’s crafts, and art demonstrations, plus a safe, outdoor setting, we hope you’ll join us for this community-oriented event that raises funds for the mission-driven work of the art museum, and supports the local artists and artisans who will be selling their unique work at this event.

Call for Vendors

Click here to download the Vendor Instructions, Map, Rules & Procedures, and Waiver.

You must sign and return a waiver.  You may submit the waiver by attaching it in the online application when you select your booth (which makes it automatic) or by mailing it to the Riverside Art Museum or emailing riversideartmarket@gmail.com.  Mailed or emailed waivers must be received within 5 business days or the booth you have selected will be released.  If you share a booth with another artist or artists, submit only one application; however, they will also need to sign and return a waiver.

Booth fees are $130 for members (early-bird price) and $145 for non-members (early-bird price). Early-bird pricing ends January 15, 2022. Prices will then go up to $140 for members and $155 for non-members. Applications are accepted through April 1.

There is no additional charge for selecting your specific booth or for sharing a booth. 

We will provide white E-Z UP canopies to all outside vendors (no personal E-Z UPs are allowed). E-Z UPs will be set up for all vendors by 7:30 a.m. on April 1.

If you have any questions, please contact riversideartmarket@gmail.com.

Become a Sponsor!

We are asking for your support of our annual Riverside Art Market, which is organized by the Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum. 

This event is free and open to all. Publicity at the event and on social media will clearly show your community support!  

The Art Market is a fun-raiser as well as a fund-raiser! In the past, visitors: 

  • shopped from over 85 local artists;
  • enjoyed music, art demonstrations, food trucks, and wine/beer offerings; and
  • created art of their own—children had their own kid-friendly crafts and activities.

With free admission and free children’s crafts and art demonstrations, the Riverside Art Museum and Art Alliance need your sponsorship to raise funds.

Sponsor Levels

LevelRecognitionHospitality
Presenting: $2,500 (FMV* $664)Your name or logo featured most prominently as the presenting sponsor on all marketing materials and event signage, the welcome booth(s), the RAM website, and all social media marketing. Sponsor NOW for full marketing benefits!• 20 free Riverside Art Museum passes for admission to both RAM and The Cheech.
• Docent-led tour at either site for up to 15 clients or employees, including refreshments (at a mutually agreed upon time).
Entertainment Stage: $1,500 (FMV* $390)Your name or logo featured prominently on the entertainment stage, on all marketing and sponsor signage through the event, and on the RAM website and social media marketing as space permits.·       10 free Riverside Art Museum passes for admission to both RAM and The Cheech.
Docent-led tour at either site for up to 10 clients or employees, including refreshments (at a mutually agreed upon time).
Children’s Pavilion: $1,000 (FMV* $510)Your name or logo featured prominently on the Children’s Pavilion, on all marketing and sponsor signage throughout the event, and on the RAM website and social media marketing as space permits.• 10 free Riverside Art Museum passes for admission to both RAM and The Cheech.
• 2 Child/Teen Summer 2022 classes at RAM, value up to $175 each.
ARTrageous: $750 (FMV* $303)Your name or company logo featured on marketing materials, the RAM website, and sponsor signage throughout the event.• 8 free Riverside Art Museum passes for admission to both RAM and The Cheech.
• 1 Child/Teen Summer 2022 class at RAM, value up to $175.
ARTventurous: $500 (FMV* $128)Your name or company logo listed on marketing materials, the RAM website, and sponsor signage throughout the event.8 free Riverside Art Museum passes for admission to both RAM and The Cheech.
ARTastic: $250 (FMV* $64) Your name or company name listed on the RAM website and sponsor signage throughout the event.4 free Riverside Art Museum passes for admission to both RAM and The Cheech.

Can’t sponsor at this time? Your donation in any amount will ensure an ample supply of children’s craft supplies and a successful event.

The deadline for inclusion on printed materials is Monday, March 28, 2022.

Thank you in advance for your support in any amount and for making art central to the Riverside Community.

Thank you to our generous sponsors:

Children’s Pavilion Sponsors:

Kathy & David Bocian

Kathy & Gary Christmas

Cheryl & Dayton Gilleland

Sue & Bill Johnson

Ruth Ann Ryan & Stephen Parker

ARTrageous Sponsors:

Mark & Pam Balys

Francisca & Eric Johnson

Riverside East Rotary Foundation, Inc

ARTventurous Sponsors:

Suzy & Gary Clem | Teresa Chamiec & Robert Giannini | Cathy Morford | Kathy Wright & Dwight Tate

ARTastic Sponsors:

Kathy & John Allavie | Sally & Dr. Chuck Beaty | Patti & David Funder | Katie Grigsby | Ofelia Valdez-Yeager, Louis E. Yeager III

Thanks you to generous donors:

Gloria Rabenstein | Nicolette Rohr

Join Mr. Blue in conversation with Agustín Lira, co-founder of El Teatro Campesino and NEA National Heritage Fellow and Smithsonian Folkways recording artist, as he discusses his interactions with César Chávez and his involvement with the Delano Grape Strike and Boycott. Agustín will discuss his life-long dedication to music and Teatro. He will be joined in this discussion of the transformational power of music and the arts with his life partner Patricia Wells Solórzano. This event is organized to celebrate the life of César Chávez whose birthday is March 31. The event will include a virtual birthday cake cutting and readings from essays from previous César Chávez writing contests, traditions organized by those who established Riverside’s César Chávez memorial. 

Register for this free Zoom event by clicking here.

FYI: Don’t miss our special Virtual Artswalk on Thursday, April 1, 6 p.m., on the Riverside Art Museum’s Instagram (@riversideartmuseum), which will also celebrate César Chávez! 

Supported in part by Union Pacific.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO JOINED US, INCLUDING THE AMAZING ART VENDORS, WHO MADE IT OUT FOR THE ART MARKET! 

Check out photos here.

And SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!

Imagine it: thousands of people, young and old, from all around the region, here in beautiful downtown Riverside to enjoy a fun day with family and friends. They’ll look at and buy unique arts and crafts, enjoy art/artisan demos, make some art, listen to live music, partake from gourmet food trucks, indulge in a beer or a glass of wine, and the kids get to have their face painted, get a balloon animal (or three), and do make’n’take art projects!

The 6th Annual Riverside Art Market is a fundraiser that helps support the Riverside Art Museum’s mission-driven efforts to engage, inspire, and build community through the arts. Free and open to the public, artist and artisan vendors are placed within and outside the Riverside Art Museum and the Riverside Municipal Auditorium, as well as on Lemon Street.

Be part of the fun!

Click here for downtown parking info.

Click here for a list of select vendors.

Call for Vendors

Reserve your spot by downloading, printing out, and filling out this Vendor Application and Waiver.

Then click here to pay for and submit your application for your space. You will be prompted to attach your completed, signed, and scanned application and waiver, as well as upload a photo sample of your wares and vendor booth (if applicable).

Online applications are closed. If you are still interested in applying, please contact ramartmart4@gmail.com.

Become a Sponsor!

We are asking for your support of the 6th Annual Art Market, which is organized by the Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum. 

This event is free and open to all. Publicity at the event and on social media will clearly show your community support!  

The Art Market is a fun-raiser as well as a fund-raiser! Last year, visitors: 

  • shopped from over 100 local artists;
  • enjoyed music, art demonstrations, food trucks, and wine/beer offerings; and
  • created art of their own—children had their own kid-friendly crafts and activities.

With free admission and free children’s crafts and art demonstrations, the Riverside Art Museum and Art Alliance need your sponsorship to raise funds. Please consider the following sponsorship levels:

LevelRecognitionHospitality
ARTrageous:$1,000Your name or company logo featured prominently on: advertising, website, and sponsor signage throughout the event in BOLDEST/HIGHEST placement10 Free Museum Passes2 Free Child/Teen Summer Classes at RAM, value up to $150
ARTventurous:$500Your name or company logo featured prominently on: advertising, website, and sponsor signage throughout the event in BOLD/HIGH placement8 Free Museum Passes
ARTastic: $250Your name or company logo featured prominently on: advertising, website, and sponsor signage throughout the event4 Free Museum Passes 

Can’t sponsor at this time? Donations will go towards children’s craft supplies.

Thank you in advance for your support in any amount and for making art central to the Riverside Community.

Thank you to our generous sponsors:

Kathy & Dave Bocian

Burgess Moving & Storage

Kathy & Gary Christmas

Patti & David Funder

Barbara & Tom Mazzetti

Cathy & Steve Morford

Shannon Murphy & John Conrad

Kathy & John Allavie

Lucile Arntzen

Stephen & Eileen Ashwal

Pam & Mark Balys

Selina & Philip Bremenstuhl

Christine Cahraman, Esq.

Anja & Ring Carde

Suzy & Gary Clem

Frank Heyming 

Cheryl & Dayton Gilleland

Inland Empire Economic Partnership

Francie & Eric Johnson

Sari & Owen Kustner

Lee & John Levin

Fran Moerke

Debby & Ken Phillips

PLD Consulting

Provident Bank

Gloria & Dallas Rabenstein

Drs. Gail & Richard Rice

Madelyn J. Warner

Thank you to the following who generously donated:

Kathy Arthur | Phyllis & James Crabtree | Susan & Jerry Gordon

Katie Grigsby | Doris M. Morton | Nicolette Rohr

Sue A. Spitzer | Joan M. Thomas | Teresa Chamiec | Doreen Alewine

Barbara & Jeffrey Holshouser | Leslie Slamal

Phyllis & Russell Hodel | Athena Waite | Denise Stevens

Emmanuelle Reynolds | Tami Fleming | Georgia Anders-Kutch

Barbara Havens

ArtFairCalendar.com: Fine Art Fairs and Craft Show Event Listings
Free art show and craft fairs calendar and email list for art festivals across the U.S. Join our free art fair email list!

One day each year, people the world over visit local museums and galleries to look at art s-l-o-w-l-y. Participants look at five works of art for 10 minutes each and then meet together to talk about their experience. That’s it. Simple by design, the goal is to focus on the art and the art of seeing.

The 5th Annual Riverside Art Market is a fundraiser that helps support the Riverside Art Museum’s mission-driven efforts to engage, inspire, and build community through the arts. The Riverside Art Market is free and open to the public, taking up the entire city block with vendors placed within both the Riverside Art Museum and the Riverside Municipal Auditorium.

The setting is a beautiful place for the community to come and enjoy looking at and buying unique arts and crafts. In addition to a fun day of shopping, visitors will enjoy multiple art demonstrations, participatory art projects, musicians, face painters, balloon artists, and the very popular children’s craft area–a perfect family-centered day.

With over 100 artist and artisan vendors, gourmet food trucks, and thousands of visitors, the Riverside Art Market is sure to be a lively and welcoming downtown community event.

This event is put on by the Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum. To become a member, click here.

Vendor Check In

For vendor check-in instructions, click here.

For vendor site map, click here.

Click here to see a list of vendors who have signed up so far!

Become a sponsor!

The Riverside Art Market is FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Because there is no cost for the public to attend, funds are raised by:

  • booth fees from the vendors; and 
  • sponsors who help underwrite the event.

Your sponsorship supports RAM’s commitment to the local arts community, arts education, and outreach. Please review the levels of sponsorship below and return the form with your tax-deductible donation. Although we accept donations at any time, the deadline for recognition on printed materials is March 2, 2018.

Click here to download the sponsorship letter for more information on the sponsorship levels available and to fill in the sponsorship form if you would like to mail in your sponsorship.

CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT THE ONLINE FORM TO BECOME A SPONSOR
OF THE 5TH ANNUAL RIVERSIDE ART MARKET AND PAY ONLINE.

Live music provided by the Music Fellows from the Gluck Fellows Program of the Arts by UC Riverside. 

 

This event is generously sponsored by:

Cheer:

Dave & Kathy Bocian

Jacqueline and Andrew Hopper

Kathy and Gary Christmas

Applause:

Cathy & Steve Morford

Patti & David Funder

Lee Levin

Kathy & John Allavie

Richard & Lorraine Anderson

Sari & Owen Kustner

Ron and Marsha Loveridge

Philip & Selina Bremenstuhl

Shannon Murphy and John Conrad

Teresa and Robert Newell

Lucile Arntzen

Sperry and Mary MacNaughton

T.L. Mazzetti

Thank you to the following donors:

Suzy and Gary Clem | Martha Smith | Sue Spitzer | Emmanuelle Reynolds | Kathy Arthur | Rebecca Kitchings

Free with regular museum admission or membership

The Riverside Art Museum is proud to once again be a  host venue for Slow Art Day.

What is Slow Art Day?

One day each year – April 8 in 2017 – people all over the world visit local museums and galleries to look at art slowly. Participants look at five works of art for 10 minutes each and then meet together with our Museum Guide docents to talk about their experience. That’s it. Simple by design, the goal is to focus on the art and the art of seeing.

For more information on what Slow Art Day is all about, click here.

Then click here to register to participate.

You have two “tracks” to choose from:

  • Visit Trabajamos/We Work and Papel Chicano Dos to look at five pre-designated art pieces. Spend five-to-ten minutes looking at each piece on your own (we suggest starting in Trabajamos/We Work). Meet back in the Art Alliance Gallery (Papel Chicano Dos) at 1:30 p.m. to talk with our Museum Guide about the use of color and its impact, as well as your experience and what YOU saw.
  • Visit Beyond Science Fiction to look at five pre-designated art pieces. Spend five-to-ten minutes looking at each piece on your own. At 1:30 p.m., our Museum Guide will facilitate a discussion on the difference between science fiction and surrealism, and their ability to transform worlds, as well as your experience and what YOU saw.

…so, How Long Do You Need to Look at a Work of Art to Get It? Join us and find out for yourself!

Exhibition: Month-long exhibit at the Vanguard Gallery, Moreno Valley, in May. Details TBA

The Plein Air Artists of Riverside (PAAR), an Artist Group of the Riverside Art Museum (RAM), announces their 12th Annual Paint-Out, April 1-9, 2017. This year’s theme is “Kimberly Crest iconic Mansion”. The public is invited to come out and watch participating artists turn a blank canvas into a magical work of art.

The celebration kicks off April 1 at the Riverside Art Museum. The public is invited to visit art supply vendors Randy Higbee King of Frame, Jack Farley’s Art Supply, The Brush Guys, Golden Artists Color, Inc., and Best Brella on-site from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Artists continue the Paint-out in Redlands, where they will paint Kimberly Crest and Prospect Park en plein air with attention to light, color, and atmosphere.

The culmination of these events is the awards reception On April 30. Entries will be judged by David Fairrington.

A month-long exhibition at the Vanguard Gallery in Moreno Valley will then showcase the artwork from the Paint Out. Details TBA.

For more information, contact Event Chair Luz Maria Perez at luzperez2008@sbcglobal.net or 909.225.8306, or visit PAAR’s website.

Part of Cesar Chavez Days 2017, presented by Latino Network

Our artist-in-residence, C. Matthew Luther, will be out at UCR for this event with our new Mobile Printmaking Cart! Come talk about printmaking, and even get hands-on experience!

Cesar Chavez Week Membership Special!

March 23 – April 9, 2017

Become a new RAM Family level member for $68 (regular price $100) to commemorate the year artist Emanuel Martinez created the altar that Cesar Chavez broke his 25-day fast.

Family level membership gets you:

  • Unlimited annual admission for up to 2 adults and 2 children
  • 10% discount on all Museum Store purchases
  • Discount on Youth and Adult Art classes, when offered
  • And discounts or free admission to select events

Click here to become a new RAM Family level member today!

Part of Cesar Chavez Days 2017, presented by the Latino Network

The Community Altar Project was inspired by an altar created by Colorado artist Emanuel Martinez. His altar, currently housed in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, was used in the Mass in 1968 when Cesar Chavez broke his 25-day fast.

Riverside-based artist Cynthia Huerta created her own altar, working closely with five different community groups: the congregants at Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine in the Eastside, the participants of Tesoros de Casablanca, Moreno Valley College students, Riverside Latino Network members, and justice-involved youth on probation who are part of our Creative Horizons program.

Both Martinez and Huerta will be in attendance to talk, as well as participants. Please join us for the free event.

Cesar Chavez Week Membership Special!

March 23 – April 9, 2017

Become a new RAM Family level member for $68 (regular price $100) to commemorate the year artist Emanuel Martinez created the altar that Cesar Chavez broke his 25-day fast.

Family level membership gets you:

  • Unlimited annual admission for up to 2 adults and 2 children
  • 10% discount on all Museum Store purchases
  • Discount on Youth and Adult Art classes, when offered
  • And discounts or free admission to select events

Click here to become a new RAM Family level member today!

Part of Cesar Chavez Days 2017, presented by the Latino Network

Please join us at the Riverside Art Museum for this free lecture by photojournalist David Bacon as he talks about his work and photography behind the Trabajamos/We Work exhibition. The exhibit catalog will be available for sale during this event.

UPDATE: David is very excited for the talk. Unfortunately, the print run for the books hasn’t been completed in time for tomorrow’s event. However, he will have one copy to show everyone and order forms to be the first to get the exhibition catalog when it is shipped from the publisher. Thank you.

Co-sponsored by: Altura Credit Union

Cesar Chavez Week Membership Special!

March 23 – April 9, 2017

Become a new RAM Family level member for $68 (regular price $100) to commemorate the year artist Emanuel Martinez created the altar that Cesar Chavez broke his 25-day fast.

Family level membership gets you:

  • Unlimited annual admission for up to 2 adults and 2 children
  • 10% discount on all Museum Store purchases
  • Discount on Youth and Adult Art classes, when offered
  • And discounts or free admission to select events

Click here to become a new RAM Family level member today!

Artists-in-residence work in the museum to design and implement engagement activities that inspire creativity and dialogue within diverse communities. During their residencies, the artists create on-site, are available to the public to interact with, and help teach visitors about their art practice.

Beall’s The Temple of Neptune, inspired by Julia Morgan’s Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle, will be installed in the atrium.

“When I was growing up, my mom took me to see Hearst Castle and, after seeing the Neptune Pool, I was captivated. I was mesmerized and spellbound at how something from the ancient past had been uplifted and reworked into a modern masterpiece for its time. It inspired both awe and wonder in me, and was a critical element in shaping how I view aesthetics.”

Beall is also working on a non-traditional, new art form of origami to demo and a project people can participate in.

During his residency, he will be here daily during museum hours, as well as on May 4, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m., during Artswalk.

Stay tuned for more info!

Artists-in-residence work in the museum to design and implement engagement activities that inspire creativity and dialogue within diverse communities. During their residencies, the artists create on-site, are available to the public to interact with, and help teach visitors about their art practice.

Join artist Cynthia Herrera in the Taylor Family Gallery on Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. for the duration of her residency. The artwork in the gallery is part of Project Bici: Stories from the Eastside, which took place earlier this year (see below).

Herrera will share the stories of Eastside participants with the broader Riverside community and gives voice to this disenfranchised neighborhood. There will be opportunities for the visiting public to participate, as well.

Stay tuned for more details.

Project Bici: Stories from the Eastside with artist Cynthia Herrera

February – April, 2017

Thanks in part to the National Endowment of the Arts’ Challenge America Grant, RAM is moving forward with Activating Alleys; Building Community (AABC), an artist-driven program focused on transforming blighted sites in Riverside’s Eastside community through art. A collaborative project between RAM, the City of Riverside’s Community and Economic Development Department, and neighborhood residents and organizations, artists will work with residents to activate alleyways and blighted lots, transforming them from vacant to vibrant, and providing opportunities for residents of all ages to participate in hands-on art-making activities and to share oral histories. 

The first of AABC’s series of programs to launch is Project Bici: Stories from the Eastside with artist Cynthia Herrera. Additionally funded by Bank of America and an Artists Activating Communities Grant from the California Arts Council, Project Bici workshops will be set up in vacant lots and alley ways via a bicycle book “library” on loan to Herrera from Antena, a language justice collaborative.

The first wave of workshops (February 4, 11, 18, & 25) will focus on storytelling and photography, where participants will envision the future of the community and screen print posters of residents’ artwork to introduce the project. Cynthia will be at Patterson Park around 11 a.m. to talk to local residents and build relationships.

During the second set of workshops (March 4 [will be rescheduled], 11, 18 19, & 25), community members will tell, write, and archive histories by creating books, sharing stories, and performing live readings as a form of empowerment.

Finally, on April 1 and 8, pop-up exhibits in the vacant lots and alley ways will help residents reclaim these spaces as places for the community to gather and enjoy. The project will conclude with an exhibit at RAM in the Taylor Family Gallery that shares the stories of Eastside participants with the broader Riverside community and gives voice to this disenfranchised neighborhood.

 

AABC/Project Bici is funded by:

National Endowment for the Arts – Challenge America Grant

California Arts Council – Artists Activating Communities Grant

The 4th Annual Riverside Art Market will be held at the Riverside Art Museum. Vendor booths will be set up inside, as well as on the surrounding grounds. 

Meet local artists and artisans, hear their stories, and buy their art. Last year over 2000 people attended and shopped from over 50 artists and vendors.

In addition to a fun day of shopping, face painters, balloon artists, and the very popular children’s craft area makes this a family-centered day.

* There is a small fee for some of the children’s art projects.

Partial List of Vendors

Cathy Morford Designs

Lucile Arntzen – LSA Designs

Susan Toscano Designs

Dean Stayner

Yoland Terrell – Art by Landy

http://www.artbylandy.com

Brad Willason – B. Willa Art Works

www.bwilla.com

Michele Orsini – Birdhouses by Michele

BirdhousesByMichele.etsy.com

Kimberli Munkres – Earth Interrupted Studios

Valerie Starck – Lulu’s Jewelry

Amanda Arias

http://amandarias.com

Renee Theuer – Renee’s Artique

Didi Lunceford – Walkalone Design

Margaret Goodward

Heather Andrews-Horton


Megan Prosper – Nomad Fine Art

Elisa Arancibia Fine Art

Yeye Li – Leaf Li

Lorena Gamino – Crochet Gamino

Cambria Ortega-Diersen

Jozelyn Espinoza

Harold Hart-Nibbrig

Andrea McCormick – Little Luxuries

EWM Limited Editions

Henna Art

Natasha Yetman – Byline Jewelry

Denise Rietz

Vlad Voytilla

Steve Van Stockum

Riah’s Beads

Call for Vendors

Reserve your spot by downloading, printing out, and filling out this Vendor Application and Waiver.

Then click here to pay for and submit your application for your space. You will be prompted to attach your completed, signed, and scanned application and waiver, as well as upload a photo sample of your wares and vendor booth (if applicable).

Become a Sponsor!

Because there is no cost for the public to attend the Riverside Art Market (except for a small fee for some of the children’s art projects), funds are raised by:

  • Booth fees from the vendors.
  • Sponsors who help underwrite the event.

Please support our commitment to art education and outreach by becoming a sponsor today. 


Thank you in advance for your support (in any amount!) and for making art an important part of the Riverside community.

Sponsor Levels:

$1000:

  • Your name or company logo featured on advertising, website, artist lists, and sponsor signage throughout the event in BOLDEST/HIGHEST placement;
  • 10 Free Museum Passes; and
  • One-time offer only for Art Market: 1 Free Adult or Child Class at RAM, value up to $175

$500:

  • Your name or company logo featured on advertising, website, artist lists, and sponsor signage throughout the event in BOLDEST/HIGHER placement;
  • 8 Free Museum Passes; and
  • One-time offer only for Art Market: 1 Free Child Class at RAM, value up to $175

$250:

  • Website, artist lists, and sponsor signage throughout the event;
  • 6 Free Museum Passes

Click here to become a Riverside Art Market sponsor! Can’t sponsor at this time? Please consider donating $25-$100 (or any amount you can give) to help us purchase supplies for the kids’ crafts and to offer as many free craft tickets for children as we can. Click here to donate!

THIS EVENT IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: 

Thank you to our Riverside Art Market Sponsors:

Christine Cahraman

Lucile Arntzen | Cookie Smith | Shannon Murphy

Bob & Fran Moerke | Cathy & Steve Morford | Suzy Clem

David & Patti Funder | Collette Lee | Kathy & Gary Christmas | David & Kathy Bocian

Ken and Debby Phillips | T.L. Mazzetti

Thank you to our Riverside Art Market Donors:

Joe & Jane Barr | Craig Chidley | Peggy Luebs | James Carder | Helen L. Bell | Mike & Susie Cardney

Sally Tavaglione | Katie Hernandez | Nicolette Rohr | Subway | Chick fil A – Day Street

Join us for a Wet and Wild evening at RAM as artist Gregory Adamson will be here for a fun, hands-on evening of drips, splashes, and splatters to close out his exhibition, Backward Forward and Upside: Gregory Adamson, A Ten-Year Beginning.

We are covering the floor with tarps so artists can create their own abstract masterpieces, inspired by the very same wet-into-wet painting processes that Gregory uses in many of his works. He will demonstrate some of those techniques and then it’s your turn! 

We’ll have music and a no-host bar. Come and join in or just watch as we send off this memorable exhibition on high note.

It’s bound to get messy, so wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting paint on!

The Riverside Art Museum is bringing local artist Maxx 242 Gramajo to the Riverside Tamale Festival on Saturday, April 16, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., to do a collaborative painting with the community.

Maxx is an illustrator and self-taught artist well known for his Day of the Dead inspired art and is soon to release a new line of designer toys which are the inspiration for this work. His most recent mural was a collaboration with Jeff Soto and can be seen on the wall behind Pixels restaurant on University Avenue.

Maxx will be painting from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Admission to the Riverside Tamale Festival at White Park is $5 for an individual or family of four. Children under 12 are free. There is no cost to participate in Maxx’s mural beyond the entrance fee. See you there!

Join us for the 5th Annual Riverside Unified School District’s Middle School Art Contest.

Art Contest Rules

  • Contest is open to all Riverside Unified School District (RUSD) Middle School Student-Artists.
  • One entry per Student-Artist.
  • Participation is required if student is currently enrolled in an art class at an RUSD Middle School.
  • Only two-dimensional artwork will be accepted in the following categories: Collage/Mixed Media, Watercolor, Tempera Paint, Acrylics, Oils, Pastels, Colored Pencils, Graphics.
  • Artwork must be produced on paper stock appropriate for the medium used.
  • Artwork must be no larger than 18” x 24” (no frames allowed).
  • Please print on the back of artwork in the upper right corner: Student-Artist’s Full Name, Teacher’s Name and Contact Information, and School.
  • A Completed Application must be attached to the back of artwork.
  • All entries must be given to Student-Artist’s teacher by the morning of Friday, April 1, 2016. The entries will be submitted to the Riverside Art Museum (RAM) by the teacher.
  • All entries must be original Student-Artist’s artwork. no trademarks, copyrighted photographs, or computer graphics and text.
  • RUSD/RAM assumes no liability for damaged, lost, or stolen property.
  • All art supplies and materials are the responsibility of the Student-Artist.
  • Artwork must be picked up at RAM after the exhibition by Sunday, May 29, 2016, or it becomes the property of the RUSD.

Judging will be by local artists and community leaders. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places from each school. Winners will be announced Tuesday, April 19, 2016, and posted here.

Reception for winners will be on Thursday, April 21, 2016, 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. at RAM.

All art will be displayed at RAM through Sunday, May 8, 2016. Winning pieces will be displayed at the RUSD Office after the RAM exhibit ends.

For additional information, contact Kim Coons-Leonard at kcoons@rusd.k12.ca.us.

2016 Winners

Central

1. Diana Lee

2. Salma Valenzuela

3. Monique Arviso

Chemawa

1. Angelina Silva

2. Ashley Gonzalez

3. Valeria Munoz

Earhart

1. Yamilet Macedo

2. Jade Roberts

3. Chioma Eke

Gage

1. Guinevere Lewis-Savedra

2. Aaron Marcial Lopez

3. Samantha Saldana

Miller

1. Eugene Park

2. Christian Hernandez

3. Alyssa Munoz

Sierra

1. Xander Miracle

2. Alisa Havig

3. Chase Diaz

STEM

1. Abigail Ortiz

2. Issac Lujano-Romo

3. Sanya Dean

University

1. Rebecca Hernandez

2. Alaina Mercado

3. Devinne Green

Best of Show

1. Hannah Choi

2. Malia McArtor

3. Nora Elhams

RAM Award for Most Realistic

Chioma Eke 

The Art of Water Protection Project is a series of art education classes and community outreach events to increase public understanding and awareness of pollution, storm water, and pretreatment issues.

We’re kicking things off with a Walk Up Mt. Rubidoux at 8 a.m. Park at Ryan Bonominio Park and meet at the base of Mt. Rubidoux. We’ll supply water. (In the spirit of environmental friendliness, it’d be awesome if you brought your own water bottles. We will, of course, be collecting any plastic bottles to be recycled/repurposed.) Feel free to wear blue or green! We’ll start our walk and along the way, we’ll encounter Plein Air Artists of Riverside members painting this beloved walk. At the top, join Patricia Locke-Dawson, founder of the Santa Ana River Trust, Megan Brousseau, Inland Empire Waterkeeper, and Virginia Godoy for a chat about our local river system and point source pollution. Free family fun and a great way to continue Earth Day celebrations into the weekend!

After the walk up Mt. Rubidoux, come back to the museum and join us for some Water-Inspired Eco Art. Explore our local waterway with artist Adam Maron’s Santa Ana River Diorama. There will also be art making for all ages from 11:00 a.m. – 1 p.m. This event is free with admission or membership.

Psst! If you want to help us out, and upcycle at the same time, drop off empty prescription and pill bottles (labels removed), cardboard toilet paper rolls, and caps off bottles and jars for use in some of the art-making projects. It’d be nice if you do so before Earth Day or on Earth Day, but we’ll be continuing this project in the summer (dates TBA), so it’s never too late! THANK YOU!

This project is supported by grant funding from the California Water Environment Association/Water Protection Professionals.

No-host Happy Hour 6:00 p.m.

Artist Talk 6:30 p.m. $20 (RAM Members $10) (Students now also $10)

Join internationally-acclaimed artist Pedro Friedeberg in conversation with curator Terri Geis regarding his early work, which is the subject of Impossible Worlds: The Early Works of Pedro Friedeberg, currently on exhibit at the Riverside Art Museum. UCR’s Aleca Le Blanc will moderate. 

The evening begins with a no-host Happy Hour at 6:00 p.m. The artist talk begins at 6:30 p.m. and costs $20 per person.

Online sale of tickets is closed. However, tickets will be available for purchase at the door. Thank you.

The Riverside Art Museum is proud to be a host venue for this year’s Slow Art Day. What is Slow Art Day?

One day each year – April 9 in 2016 – people all over the world visit local museums and galleries to look at art slowly. Participants look at five works of art for 10 minutes each and then meet together over lunch to talk about their experience. That’s it. Simple by design, the goal is to focus on the art and the art of seeing.

For more information on what Slow Art Day is all about, click here.

Then click here to register to participate. It’s free!

The museum opens at 10:00 a.m. for viewing. Then meet up at Pixels downtown at 1:30 p.m. to talk about what you saw with fellow Slow Art Day participants!

Join us on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. on RAM’s Instagram (@riversideartmuseum) to watch and learn live as artist Juan Navarro (and occasional guest artists) create art and give tips!

First Sundays is a series of free programs featuring activities for all-ages at various downtown Riverside locations.

Every first Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Riverside Art Museum (Julia Morgan Building) and The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture are free and open to the public from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. No tickets are necessary.

Presenting Sponsor – First Sundays (March, April, May) and Judithe Hernández | Beyond Myself, Somewhere, I Wait for My Arrival

In partnership with Riverside Arts Council. List of participating organizations, here.

If you are interested in sponsoring free First Sundays activities, please contact Valerie Found at vfound@riversideartmuseum.org


Photo credit: Puma Photography

Riverside Art Museum’s Top Dog celebration is back!

After a five-year hiatus, the Riverside Art Museum is celebrating three “Top Dogs” who have helped the museum through the roughest economic patch since the Great Depression. 2016 Award Honorees Katie Grigsby, Sue Mitchell, and Doug Shackelton join an esteemed cohort of 40 previous winners who have gone above and beyond to contribute their “time, talent, and treasure” to the museum.

The celebration will take place on Monday, April 4, 2016, at the Riverside Art Museum. Cocktail reception begins at 5:45 p.m. followed by the dinner and program at 6:45 p.m. Tickets are $80 per person.  

Started in 1999, the Top Dog celebration honors individuals who continue the vision and dedication which transformed a small art center located in the old city dog pound into a dynamic cultural center in a historic Julia Morgan-designed architectural gem. In 2017, RAM will celebrate 50 years of continued mission-driven programming at our present location.

Award recipient Katie Grigsby is a Founding Member of the Riverside Art Alliance, an auxiliary group that raised millions for the Riverside Art Museum and helped secure the purchase of the Julia Morgan building. A RAM Life member and former trustee, she was a driving force behind major building renovations and the placement of the museum’s Julia Morgan building on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 and designation as a Historic Landmark by the City of Riverside.

“My volunteer work with the museum has given me great satisfaction,” says Grigsby. “From friendships with some amazingly talented and interesting people, to watching the growth and increasing health of both the Art Alliance and the Riverside Art Museum, my years of service have been a joy. If my efforts were to the museum’s benefit, they were to my greater benefit as well.”

Recipient Sue Mitchell has raised well over $52,000 for the museum through her innovative art exhibition and programs that encourage people in any stage of their journey to pursue a life-long dream of art. Her exhibition, which chronicled her self-directed year of art study, was seen by over 10,000 visitors and captured in a documentary, Something Like a Sabbatical. As so many people were inspired by her endeavors, she created “The 52 Project” with 140 members committed to their own 52-week art journeys. Sue recently spoke at the California Association of Museum’s conference about this promising adult art education model.

Long-time Building and Grounds Committee Chairman and trustee Doug Shackelton is receiving this award in honor of his visionary outlook and building stewardship. Shackelton has been the driving force behind over $250,000 of building improvements and helped to secure much of these funds. From an award-winning window restoration project to refreshments of the atrium with new paint, plants, and pots – no detail is too small to be overlooked by Shackelton. He was also the driving force behind the Lois Sloan exhibition and catalog, a “come back” project for RAM and a highly successful fundraiser.

Full list of previous award winners include:

2016—Katie Grigsby, Sue Mitchell, Doug Shackelton

2011—Suzy Clem, Marty Tobias, Kathy Smith

2010—Helen L. Bell, Leonard & Betty Dixon, Barbara Wallace

2009—Agatha Jane Baxter, Craig G. Blunden, Susan Simonin

2008—Francisca & Eric Johnson, Kathy Yeager Allavie

2007—Peggy & Arthur Littleworth, Jim Reed

2006—James Antoyan, Mary Alice Cline, Tom Powell & Camille Sanders

2005—Tim Burgess, Betty & Walter Parks

2004—Don & Charlotte Dye, Bobbie Powell

2003—Henry Coil, Jr., Richard Frick, Jackie Smith

2002—Emmie Lou Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. James Wortz

2001—Thelma & Harold Borgert, Sue & Chuck Stiles

               Special Award to Jeff Garcia

2000—Jackie Cardelucci, Evie Guin, Ray Miller

1999—Patsy O’Toole, Dottie Smith

Full house! Please call 951.684.7111 to check for cancellations if you are still interested in attending. 

The Plein Air Artists of Riverside (PAAR), an Artist Group of RAM, announces their 11th Annual Paint Out, April 1 – 10, 2016. Watch them paint en plein air at various outdoor locations, then come see their Paint Out Exhibit at RAM, May 5 – 26, 2016. This year’s theme is “Garden Light”.

The celebration kicks off April 1 at the Riverside Art Museum. The public is invited to check out the art supply vendors on-site from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

From April 2 – 10, artists will paint en plein air in various Inland Empire gardens. These nine days of painting will follow the methods of the French Impressionists who sought to capture the light and atmosphere of the scenes before them.

The culmination of these events is an exhibition at RAM, May 5 – 26. Prizes, including cash, gift certificates, and art products will be awarded on Thursday, May 5. A collectors’ preview is from 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., with the open-to-the-public reception, with award announcements, taking place from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

For more information, contact Event Chair Luz Maria Perez at luzperez2008@sbcglobal.net or 909.225.8306.

Check out their website for more information.

Paint Out Locations

The public is invited to watch these talented plein air artists at work during the Paint-Out at the public locations.

April 2, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center

April 3, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Private residence

April 4, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Sherman Gardens Corona Del Mar

April 5, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Private residence

April 6, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Wildflower Gardens

April 7, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: San Bernardino Garcia Center for the Arts

April 8, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Private residence

April 9, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Victoria Ave. (This is the same day as the 1st Annual Victoria Avenue Day. Between 8 a.m. – 12 noon, there will be free, fun family activities on Victoria Avenue between Central and Van Buren. You can also join Mayor Bailey for a 3-mile walking tour of Victoria Avenue starting at 8 a.m. at Poly High School.

April 10, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.: UCR Botanical Garden

Thank you to the Paint Out Sponsors!