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Arts in April Call to Artists, Writers, Performers, Musicians!

Mar. 09, 2017 | Arts Council Napa Valley

Arts in April is gearing up for its most exciting edition yet, with a ton of opportunities for artists of all kinds! Here’s a snapshot of the many kinds of talent we’re seeking to make April come alive with art, music and a fierce creative spirit!
Calistoga’s Storytelling Speakeasy wants you!
This year Calistoga will honor the art of storytelling at its  first annual “Storytelling Speakeasy” hosted by TANK Garage Winery on Saturday, April 1 from 6-9pm. Do you have an outlaw tale or story of mischief? Email Danielle Smith at artsinapril@artscouncilNV.org to learn about auditions.
Looking for buskers and solo acts for Napa’s  FLOW: Arts at the River
FLOW: Arts at the River is the city of Napa’s first annual celebration of Napa’s art scene. On Sunday April 30 from 11-4pm we are working with artists across disciplines to make the Oxbow Commons vibrant with the creative spirit. We will have 2-4 busking stations with 30 minute slots. If you’d like to join in the fun, please contact Danielle Smith at artsinapril@artscouncilNV.com
Lead a public art project
We’re looking for a visual artist with knowledge of large scale installation and interactive projects to lead youth artists in communicating their feelings about art, community and social justice. Email Danielle Smith at artsinapril@artscouncilNV.com
American Canyon is looking for plein air painters for their April 22 Earth Day/Arts in April event: AmCan By the Bay.  Contact Mark Joseph at amcanarts@gmail.com
The 25th annual Art Extravaganza is juried art show at beautiful Jamieson Ranch Vineyards, April 21-30, 2017.  Artists from throughout the North Bay will be represented. The deadline to submit entries is Friday, March 31.  For more information, go to our website at www.amcanart.org or email us at info@amcanart.org.
Photo by Israel Valencia, Infinity Visuals

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