WTR’s Miguel Museum suggests a visit to Sebastopol. In 2012 the Sebastopol Center for the Arts – Tu-F: 10-4, Sa,Su: 1-4, 228 High St, made its debut.
The Sebastopol Center for the Arts offers a broad range of gallery exhibitions, workshops, classes, events and facilities in disciplines including ceramics, music, dance, painting, literature, drawing, collage, sculpture, jewelry making, drama, fiber arts, photography and film.
Call 707-829-4797 for current exhibits and performances.
For more fun and maybe your new sculpture our Deidre Design loves the Patrick Amiot Junk Yard – 382 Florence Ave, 707-824-9388
Patrick Amiot and Brigitte Laurent live and work in Sebastopol, California. Their junk art and wall reliefs are a collaborative effort of ideas and talents. Jointly conceived; Patrick sculpts and Brigitte paints.
And WTR’s Wylie Walker says take a stroll about Sebastopol to see and visit the galleries.
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WTR's Carlota Cuisine thinks the best dining in Sebastopol is at Raman Gaijin - L & D: Tu-Sa, 6948 Sebastopol Ave, 707-827-3609
Carlota enjoys the variety of the robata yaki, small plate izakaya and the large selection of hops, sake and wine.
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