Pacific Grove, CA – The Arts Council for Monterey County (Arts4MC) is excited to celebrate the third anniversary of “ArtWorks @Pacific Grove” on Friday, March 20, 2020 from 6-8 PM.
During the admission-free celebration on Friday, March 20, the public is invited to tour our artist studio space and gallery at the American Tin Cannery (125 Oceanview Blvd, Suite 209-210, Pacific Grove). Local musician Linda Arceo will be performing and refreshments will be provided by Nacho Bizness.
“ArtWorks” is a vibrant cultural cooperative where Monterey County emerging artists can work, collaborate and contribute to our local community. Throughout the year, the studios are open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 2:00pm. Currently, ArtWorks is leased to fifteen (15) Monterey County artists in the visual arts arena including painting, sculpture, mixed media, and photography.
We have recently updated our classroom space and plan to offer art classes soon. Please drop by to see the improvements to the space and meet the artists in their studios.
“We are thrilled that we have had this wonderful opportunity to showcase many local emerging artists over the past three years, and thankful to Cannery Row Company for providing this space to support these artists as they build their art business. We understand that this is a temporary situation and we are actively pursuing a permanent location for these artists,” reports Jacquie Atchison, Deputy Director.
For more information, please visit: https://arts4mc.org/services/artworks-pacific-grove/
About the Arts Council for Monterey County
Founded in 1982, the mission of the Arts Council for Monterey County is to improve the quality of life for everyone in our region through the arts. The Arts Council provides arts education to thousands of students each year thanks to support from local PTAs, foundations, businesses and individuals. We also provide promotional, technical and financial support to more than 100 arts organizations thanks to funding from the Monterey County Board of Supervisors and grants from the Community Foundation of Monterey County, David and Lucile Packard Foundation and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. We are very passionate about our work and dedicated to making Monterey County the very best place to live, work and visit.