REDDING CULTURAL CRUISE
The annual Redding Cultural Cruise returns this January on Friday, January 27. Visitors will be able to view examples of fabulous art, see historical artifacts, hear great music by local performers and get a sampling of the North State culture and arts. The evening begins at 4pm and continues through 8pm. Participating venues are the Redding City Hall, Turtle Bay Exploration Park & The Mosaic Restaurant gallery, Shasta Historical Society, Shasta Arts Council – Old City Hall, Behrens-Eaton House Museum, North Valley Art League, and Enterprise High School gallery.
Drive, bike or walk to all the Cruise stops – free admission at all venues between the hours of 4pm and 8pm. Cultural Cruise printed guides will be available at each location and will be available to download and print here on our website soon!
The Art Hunger at Redding’s IOOF Hall will be displaying both “Snapshots,” a solo photography exhibition by Matt Grigsby, and a collaborative “Anniversary Art Show” commemorating the 3rd anniversary of The Art Hunger.
Turtle Bay Exploration Park will celebrate the openings of several art exhibitions, among them the acclaimed “West Coast Biennial Art Exhibition”, “Famous Artists Children’s Art Exhibition” and “What’s Your Bag ?”. Other exhibitions available are “Honor, Courage, Commitment: Marine Corps Art, 1975-2018” and “Magnificent Me”. From art to local history, Turtle Bay has something for everyone. Delicious refreshments will be available. The Mosaic Gallery features work created by University Preparatory School’s Advanced Placement art students.
Shasta Historical Society invites you to explore their unique collection of historical photos and artifacts.
The Behrens-Eaton House Museum invites all to take a trip back in time. Visitors will discover the restored victorian home of the 1890’s containing original family furniture. Costumed docents will greet you and show you around.
Shasta Arts Council – Old City Hall will be presenting a group exhibition of North State woodworkers featuring creations by Alice Porembski, Eric Nanson, Jerry Cousins, David Allred, Cregg Zahnle, Don McDonald, Karl Pavlik and Yosh Sugiyama. The exhibited works vary from bespoke furniture, to wood turnings, to sculptures, marquetry, and forms dictated by nature.
Redding City Hall features an extensive exhibition of works by artist Anne Leveque.
The Carter House Gallery at Caldwell Park, home of North Valley Art League will be celebrating the creativity of member artists through an annual all-member exhibition.
Enterprise High School Art Department invites all Redding residents to visit their on-campus gallery for the exhibition of works created by Enterprise students entitled “Things Are Looking Up!”
Save the date and grab your Cruise Map! Collect stamps on the map from each venue you visit, then make sure to put your contact information in the designated spot on the map and leave it at the last stop of your Cruise to enter for a chance to win fantastic prizes prepared by the Cruise venues!