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San Bernardino City Brings Community Together for its City Art Walk and Community Mixer Event

The city invites the community to imagine what’s possible for revitalizing downtown San Bernardino – Courtesy Photo/ Pixabay

Calling all artists, community members, business owners, civic leaders and beyond.

Join San Bernardino City for a creative evening downtown on December 5th, which will start at the Little Gallery of San Bernardino to check out their latest show! (4:00pm) Then join Arts Connection’s Executive Director for a guided Art Walk discussion of some of downtown San Bernardino’s historic points of interest.

The evening will finish off with a curated creative conversation over some food provided by the Green Shack! (5:30pm) The conversation will highlight current efforts happening downtown, as well as prompts from participants to add their own ideas for the future of the area. How can the community bring spirit back to downtown San Bernardino?

Fees/Cover Charge:

Free Parking

No Entry Fee

The Art Walk is FREE to participate

The discussion is free to participate

Drinks and dinner : suggested donation of $20

PLEASE RSVP via EVENTBRITE.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-walk-and-community-mixer-tickets-52968186271

On site donations will be accepted the day of.

 

Hosts:

Arts Connection – The Arts Council of San Bernardino County

The Little Gallery of San Bernardino

David Friedman – Building Owner and Viva La Boba Co-Owner

 

Locations

The Little Gallery of San Bernardino – 4pm

459 W. 4th St. #12

San Bernardino, CA 92401

 

Dinner and Discussion – 5:30pm

424 W. Court St.

San Bernardino, CA 92401

 

What’s happening:

Community Discussion and Dinner.

Arts Connection, The Little Gallery of San Bernardino, David Friedman and Viva La Boba are collaborating to host an imaginative Art Walk and Community Mixer about the importance of artists and entrepreneurs in the process of reimagining downtown San Bernardino.

 

The Little Gallery was started by Cal State San Bernardino adjunct professor Andrew K. Thompson; with the help of a former student, and local, Eric Servin. Their mission is to spotlight curated, contemporary art, from San Bernardino County and beyond. Jennifer Kane, Arts Connection’s Executive Director, is working to expand and elevate city, county and state support for arts and culture in the region. Over a few tacos, the three of them decided to collaborate and start their efforts with a downtown dinner. Thanks to the support and vision of David Friedman this idea is now a reality!

 

The community as a whole is invited but space is limited so you must RSVP ahead of time. Drinks and dinner are a suggested donation of $20

 

Meat and Veggie options will be available!

 

– Courtesy Photo / The Arts Council of San Bernardino

 

 

 

By JennyKaneArt

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