J St. Regulars Radio Hour // Mon – Fri 7 p.m. Last month for the season, tune in! After over 300 shows starting April 6th 2020, the J Street Regulars Radio Hour will be taking a break! June 18th will be our final show of regular 5 night a week programming. Huuuuuge thank yous to all our collaborators and supporters.
(from James Zeller’s sketch pad) If you read the newsletter you will know that one of my favorite things is collaborating with you on fun creative projects. Last time, I requested that folks take a walk in their neighborhood and send me a sentence about what they saw. The neighborhood walk song was my first
Sanctuary co-founder Carissa Clark held her senior exhibition for California College of the Arts last month. We’re excited by her upcoming return to Arcata, and the continued successes of her social practice. From Carissa: In an evolving residency and participatory exhibition at Dream Farm Commons, an artist-run project space in downtown Oakland, artist Carissa Lillian Clark explored the history of her
Here’s this month’s schedule. See you in cyberspace! J Street Regulars Radio Hour: Monday – Friday 7 to 8 p.m., streamed live from the Sanctuary. Artists give a one hour program to communicate and connect, to send the healing sounds of music, to educate on American music history and celebrate artists of color, and to remain connected with our fans
J Street Regulars Radio Hour airs Monday – Friday 7 to 8 p.m., streamed live from the Sanctuary on Facebook and Youtube. Some highlight from this month include: Tuesday, April 6th – The return of Daniel Nickerson leading Alex Montes de Oca and James Zeller for the first iteration of a long dreamt of project, The Blueberry
The Sanctuary is excited to collaborate with local artist Helena Williams as our newest artist in residence as well as intern through Trajectory and the Regional Center. Helena will be helping to design and install our next stage backdrop as well as make improvements to the art making spaces, walkway and gardens. Her humor and enthusiasm has been a refreshing
Thank you to Natalie Williams for the animation! The Lunar New Year is celebrated by 1.5 billion people across the world as a time for new beginnings and family gathering with themes of fortune, happiness and health. The Sanctuary invites one and all to honor the first new moon of 2021 with them on February 12th with the debut of
Another community art piece in action by one of our neighbors. Kids in the Hive is a YouTube Channel that showcases sweet and fun videos filmed with real kids. The videos are made for 3-8 year olds. The creator is a neighbor and local Arcata artist, MaryAnn Clark. The most recent video called “The Edible Alphabet” was filmed in Bayside,
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