All Arts and Culture

  • Mendocino Theatre Company

    Mendocino Theatre Company The mission of the Mendocino Theatre Company is to produce plays of substance and excitement, ranging from the classics to the cutting edge, to nurture local talent, and to provide meaningful theatrical experiences for our local and visiting audiences. MTC is a vital component of both our Read more [...]

  • Barbara Bonardi

    Barbara Bonardi is Mendocino County’s newest diverse artist! “Liquid Sand” is one medium she uses to create unique, fusible glass jewelry and objects of art. This summer, Bonardi will be unveiling for the first time in her career as an artist her watercolor paintings, fluid acrylic abstracts, and various mixed Read more [...]

  • Mendocino Jewelry Studio

    In 2001, Nancy Gardner opened the Mendocino Jewelry Studio which features Gardner’s work along with a growing selection of other local accomplished jewelers, painters, ceramicists, and stained glass artists. As Gardner says “to exhibit work in my shop, first one has to be local, second one has to be good”. Read more [...]

  • Mendocino Sandpiper Jewelry

    Largest selection of affordable jewelry featuring: Firefly, Holly Yashi, Tabra, Silver Forest, Boma, Mark Steel, Tomas and much more. Including one of a kind pieces in Druzy Quartz, Red Coral, Mabe Pearl, Abalone, Sterling Silver and Semi-precious Stones

  • Little Cup Ceramics

    At Little Cup Handmade Ceramics, artist Sabine Brunner offers classes for adults and children. Kids Clay Time (age 3-16): Thursdays 4-5pm. Learn to cut, roll, pinch and shape wet clay. Then turn your creations into colorful pieces of art through color and glaze. Adult Clay Time: Tuesdays 6-8pm. Make mugs Read more [...]

  • John Birchard

    John Birchard. Cover photographer John Birchard has been chasing the light in Mendocino and other beautiful locations for over 30 years. You can see more of his fine art landscape photography online at www.BirchardPhoto.com, or by visiting the Mendocino Coast Photography Gallery in Fort Bragg on the corner of Franklin Read more [...]