Fall arts preview: Fully reopened local arts scene offers audiences a jam-packed fall calendar

By August 25, 2022August 29th, 2022In The News

Miles Breen, Aliana Mediratta, Jonas Pao and Heather Zimmerman / Palo Alto Weekly

The Peninsula arts community has never been one to wait in the wings.

Local arts groups have nimbly negotiated two and a half years of a drastically shifting landscape; they have taken the lead in finding creative solutions to safely reach audiences while continuing to bring provocative, compelling and entertaining work to galleries, stages, bookstores and other spaces — as well as laptop screens.

In short, they have made sure that show has always gone on. And looking ahead to a fall season packed with exhibits, concerts, plays, performances and author events, it’s clear that now more than ever, the Peninsula arts scene is ready to rock.

Visual Arts

….Los Altos History Museum: Countywide Children’s Art Contest (Sept. 1-Oct. 30); losaltoshistory.org/exhibit/countywide-childrens-art-contestcont.

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