Arts All Month, All the Time with Napa Valley Arts in April® 2014
The fourth annual Napa Valley Arts in April® has begun! Celebrating the elemental connection between wine and the arts, this month-long program satisfies cultural cravings with an exploration of winery art installations, pop-up exhibitions and tastings. Introduced in April 2011, Arts in April offers special access and packages to enjoy the Napa Valley Collection, making it the perfect time to get a dose of Napa Valley culture.
The significant art collections and homegrown artists of the Napa Valley are showcased in collaboration with more than 39 of the region’s wineries and over 150 artists throughout the month of April for the fourth annual Napa Valley Arts in April®. This month of art-focused festivities features a variety of work spanning both medium and subject matter, ranging from Enice Heo’s Neil Young-inspired series of painting assemblage at Jessup Cellars in Yountville, to a valley-wide tour of winery architecture at historic properties such as Trefethen, Charles Krug and Inglenook, including a rare tour of the Niebaum Mansion at Inglenook. In addition to traditional gallery shows and artist receptions, Arts in April features artist-led public art crawls and the performing arts. Participating wineries with new exhibitions and special Arts in April programming include HALL Wines, Monticello Vineyards, Peju Province Winery, Robert Mondavi Winery, St. Supéry Estate Vineyards and Winery, Sterling Vineyards and Sullivan Vineyards. To see more about Arts in April, visit napavalleycollection.com.
Some Arts in April event highlights include:
Napa Valley Collection: Art Conversations This year, a new art and artist lecture series entitled Napa Valley Collection: Art Conversations adds an educational dimension, featuring panelists such as a Bonham's American and California paintings specialist and a curator of painting and sculpture from SFMOMA.
Enjoy Arts in April while Doing Good with ‘Creative Change’ Partnering Events Throughout the month of April, partnering businesses and wineries have added a benefit element to their event or activity by donating a percent of sales or offering an easy way for guests to contribute, to help Arts Council Napa Valley meet its goal of $20,000 by June 30, 2014.
Napa Valley Arts in April in the News…
American Canyon Eagle: Acclaimed sculptor to speak in AmCan for Arts in April
VisitCalifornia.com: Winner of Best Regional Collaborative Marketing Campaign 2014 Poppy Award
Haute Living: Haute Event: Napa Crossroads Album Release Party to Benefit Music and Arts in Schools
Napa Valley Register: ‘Napa Crossroads’ release party benefits arts, music in schools
Napa Valley Patch: Skies Clearing for Sunday's Napa's Riverfront Chalk Festival
Napa Valley Register: Arts in April spotlight: Suzanne Becker Bronk
Napa Valley Arts in April is Sponsored by: