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RIVERSIDE ART MARKET 2022

Saturday, April 9, 2022, 10am to 4 pm

White Park in Downtown Riverside

FREE ADMISSION

 

We’re back! After a two-year interlude we are ready to relaunch the Riverside Art Market in its new location, White Park, located in downtown Riverside.  This new space will highlight our artist vendors, entertainers, and children’s activities in a beautiful park setting.

We are very grateful to the artist-vendors who patiently stuck it out with us so they could participate in this April’s Art Market. With 100 booths located along the pathways of White Park, we still have booths available so we encourage anyone who is interested to submit a vendor application!

With FREE admission, children’s crafts, and art demonstrations, plus a safe, outdoor setting, we hope you’ll join us for this community-oriented event that raises funds for the mission-driven work of the art museum, and supports the local artists and artisans who will be selling their unique work at this event. More

Past Events

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Get Your Kicks at 6x6 | Art Sale and Fundraiser

October 1-14, 2021

 

Get your kicks at 6x6! You'll want to get hip to this tip, SAVE THE DATE, October 1–14, for this art sale and fundraiser put on by the Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum, famous for past events like Off the Wall, Art Bark in the Park, the Riverside Art Market, and many other fun, art-related FUNdraisers.

Make an Inland Empire trip to buy 6 by 6 inch original artwork in a variety of mediums by artists from throughout Southern California, all for sale at $100 each. The artists will receive 50% of the sales price for each of their pieces that sell, so the art museum won't be the only beneficiaries of your generous participation during the art sale!  More

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Virtual Mardi Gras Wine Tasting Fundraiser

Saturday, February 6, 2021, 6:30 p.m.–8 p.m., $120 per household!

Let the good times roll . . . laissez les bon temps rouler!

Please join the Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum in indulging in a fun evening to celebrate Mardi Gras (virtually, via Zoom) with a guided wine tasting, a cooking demo of classic N'awlins food, and some art, music, and history of Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Chris Kern of Forgotten Grapes is our sommelier and he will feature the wines and the winemaker of Shadow Run Vineyards in Paso Robles. Our cooking demo is courtesy of Chef Maree Reed (Chez Rae Chef) who hails from New Orleans.  More

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Virtual Off the Wall 2020

October 23–28, 2020
Off The Wall is going virtual!

Off the Wall is about making original art available at affordable prices for first-time buyers, as well as more seasoned collectors.

To that end, use OTW2020 for a 25% discount at checkout right now!

 

BUY ART AT OFFTHEWALL2020.ORG!

Off The Wall is going virtual!

Shop your heart out at this special art sale presented by the Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum from the comfort of your own home or backyard. The online sale runs October 23–28 and features works by artists from throughout Inland Southern California. It is a rare opportunity to purchase original art at VERY reasonable prices ($100, $200, $300, or $400). This is a great chance for new collectors and for seasoned collectors alike. 

 

The exclusive opening event will offer a fun emceed virtual tour of the gallery and other engaging programming. Become a sponsor to get special early access to purchase your must-have piece before someone else snags it. Top sponsors will also receive food and beverages delivered to your home the evening  of the sale.

Virtual Off the Wall 2020 is a fundraiser for RAM by the Art Alliance, the nonprofit fundraising arm of the museum that hosts many events throughout the year to keep art alive in Riverside.  More

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ART SCAVENGER HUNT

September 24-27, 2020

 

Looking for a new and fun activity to enjoy with friends, family, colleagues, or even a first date? Join the ART Scavenger Hunt sponsored by the Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum on September 24-27, 2020.

Entry fee is $25 per car. Prizes will be awarded for Goofiest Selfie, Super Solo Selfie, Fabulous Family Selfie, Cutest Couple Selfie, Best Overall Selfie, as well as participant prize drawings.

On September 24, art destination clues taking you all over the beautiful city of Riverside will be emailed to participants. You will have until Sunday, September 27, to take selfies at the destinations and post to Instagram using #RivArtHunt and @riversideartalliance. No Instagram account? Photos can also be emailed to RivArtHunt@gmai.com  Winners will be announced on our social media platforms on Monday, September 28, 2020. More

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ART BARK IN THE PARK

Opening October 4, 2019 at White Park

 

The Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum, who previously brought you Art Float—Riverside (inspired by Portraits of Hope), is proud to present Art Bark in the Park, an homage to man (and woman’s) best friend—the dog!

You won't want to miss seeing the park filled with 150 Art Pups! The two-dimensional metal Art Pups are approximately three feet by four feet and a silhouette of one of the following breeds: Labrador, Scotty, Beagle, Basset Hound, and Husky. AND THEY'LL BE TURNED INTO WORKS OF ART by local artists!

The Art Pups will be unveiled at an Opening Night Gala, on Friday, October 4, 2019. An art event like no other!

All funds raised through Art Bark in the Park will help the Riverside Art Museum as we weave art into our community and instill a love of art throughout our city! #ArtBark  More

ART FLOAT - RIVERSIDE

The Riverside Art Museum (RAM), in collaboration with the City of Riverside’s Parks & Recreation Department, and the Riverside Unified School District, will host a signature community art event, called Art Float-Riverside, that will involve over 350 huge, floating, hand-painted spheres in Lake Evans at Fairmount Park. The Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum, the fundraising volunteer group of RAM, is spearheading the event, which will take place in May 2018.  More

Read about our event in The Press Enterprise.

Photo courtesy of Portraits of Hope