First Night Monterey - Celebrating 29 Years!
Registration Open For Monterey Summer Art Camps!
Children of all ages love the chance to be creative, and First Night Monterey's Art Day Camps use arts as a catalyst to nurture creativity and enhance skills in a non-competitive, safe, fun environment. No prior experience or talent needed. There is a lot of fun and learning with age-appropriate mentoring as your children create in a real studio environment and have the opportunity to paint, draw and make with a variety of materials. Each Friday features a gallery exhibit of their work completed during the camp week. We will have six weeks of camps in June and July; sessions are filling up fast! Sign up NOW to get your preferred schedule!Read More
Register Now For Free Greenfield Summer Art Camps!
The Greenfield Cultural Arts Center is sponsoring FREE summer art classes for Greenfield students ages 10 through 17, featuring drawing and painting, sculpture and multi-media projects. FREE guitar classes for Greenfield students in the 7th to 12th grades will be available in the early afternoon. There will be six weeks of classes (three two-week sessions) in June and July. Applicants must be residents of Greenfield. Registration is open now - space is limited, so register early!
Call For Artists First Night Monterey 2022
First Night Monterey, Monterey County's premier New Year's Eve celebration of the arts is back LIVE in its 29th year, and the event on New Year's Eve 2021 promises to be the best one yet! This year's theme is "New Beginnings!", celebrating our re-emergence from pandemic life, and First Night is inviting visual and performing artists to submit their applications to be part of a family friendly, alcohol-free celebration ringing in 2022!
First Night 2022 Poster Competition
Since 2003, First Night Monterey staff has collaborated with CSUMB professor Bobbi Long and the Service Learning class for Graphic Design students, engaging the students into a creative competition to design the annual First Night Monterey Poster and Buttons. FNM artists work with the design students from theme concept to design for five weeks in class until selection of the final poster design. The winner will go on to design advertising for print and web graphics.See the Posters