The paintings as well as the “table forests” created by his students at Nimbus Arts will be presented and exhibited to the public for a week. As part of a pop-up event, Willis installs the sculptural chandelier for the duration of the exhibition at Lyman Park as a place of reflection and healing for the community. The public is invited to attend a First Nations Blessing for Land, Wildlife and Community on October 3 at 4 p.m. at Lyman Park, 1498 Main St, St. Helena, opposite the St. Helena Post Office.
“Beethoven in Beijing”
The Jarvis Conservatory presents “Beethoven in Beijing”, Saturday October 2 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Blending archival footage and audio with footage from today, behind the scenes and on stage, and brought to life, “Beethoven in Beijing” dramatizes how the revival of classical music in China is energizing the world. music world.
Tickets cost $ 15. The Jarvis Conservatory is located at 1711 Main Street in Napa. Visit jarvisconservatory.com for more information.
The island of nightmares returns
Nightmare Island returns to Vallejo in October, Friday through Sunday, and opens at 5 p.m. in a new location, at the corner of 9th and Nimitz Avenue on Mare Island.
The new building is a 45,000 square foot warehouse, with three story ceilings and roll-up doors.