Napa County's Eighth Annual Arts and Culture Month is gearing up again. Help us make it the best year yet!
Each year Arts Council Napa Valley produces a month-long campaign to promote our local talents and bring our community together through live music, art fairs and exhibitions, storytelling, theatre performances, culinary arts, and hands on activities.
Eight large-scale murals and art installations from artists across the Bay Area as well as live performances happening throughout the day will activate this in-progress outdoor destination in a European Street Fair-feel.
St. Helena's Lyman Park will come alive with Arts in the Streets, a nod to the beautiful complexity of St. Helena's modern and multicultural identity.
Visit the beautiful Town of Yountville to celebrate the arts! Washington Street will be alive with over 40 artists booths, 10 wineries & tasting rooms, live music in the parks and the plaza, and more.
A four day grassroots celebration of Calistoga’s bohemian spirit, highlighting the town’s vibrancy through eclectic arts and cultural programming, including Flower Bomb, ENGAGE Art Fair, Storytelling Speakeasy, the Creativity Crawl and more.
Napa Valley Arts in April's mission is to enhance beauty and enrich life in the Napa Valley by developing local, regional and national awareness and accessibility to the arts through cultural events and experiences. We want to create unity in a diverse community, bring Napa County into conversation with other cultures and celebrate the authentic spirit of the Napa Valley.
There is magic in the arts. Art enriches life in so many ways-by creating beauty, by making hard subjects palatable, by bringing people together, and by inspiring us to think outside of the box and beyond the everyday. Arts in April is here to celebrate that magic, and what better time than spring? A time of rebirth and renewal!
Arts in April is here to foster a unique, identifiable sense of place through locally produced and presented arts events paired with Napa Valley's best wine and culinary offerings, to generate a greater appreciation of local culture and more engaged audiences.