Arts & Cultural Experiences in Sonoma County

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Agency: Feminist Art and Power at Museum of Sonoma County

Opening January 22, 2022.
Agency: Feminist Art and Power brings together the work of a wide spectrum of womxn-identified artists, representing diverse cultural backgrounds, generations, sexualities, gender identities, and geographic locations. During times of turbulent political changes, global conflicts, social, racial, gender, and economic inequities, these feminist artists challenge cultural political norms related to womxn as individuals and global citizens.
Covid protocols are in place. Virtual offerings for this impressive exhibition coming soon!

“From Diggers Bend to River Rock: Dry Creek Rancheria People and History”

“From Diggers Bend to River Rock: Dry Creek Rancheria People and History” at Healdsburg Museum

Healdsburg Museum and Historical Society Wednesdays through Sundays, 11-4pm.
Dry Creek Rancheria is a place, a California Native people, and a wealth of stories about both. The place is located in inland northern Sonoma County. The Native people are both Dry Creek Pomo and Western Wappo. They are narratives of beauty, tragedy, family, creativity, resistance, and survival: the mundane and the remarkable. We invite you to this exhibit, curated by Dry Creek Pomo historian, Sherrie Smith-Ferri, to hear our stories for yourselves

Sonoma County Philharmonic

“During the past year we have tried to find ways to deliver our music but Covid-19, an intense fire season and frequent power shutoffs made it difficult. So for now, please enjoy our 2017 concert recording of Dvorak’s “In Nature’s Realm,” paired with artwork by local artist Wendy Brayton depicting daily life around Sonoma County.

Sculpture Garden at Museum of Sonoma County

Sculpture Garden at Museum of Sonoma County

Open to visitors Thursday-Sunday, 10am-1pm. Free admission.
Established in 2011, the museum’s garden was designed by landscape architect Frederic Warnecke. The garden’s elements were chosen to evoke the landscape of Sonoma County: its rolling hills, grass, and trees. Plants, such as the olive and ornamental plum trees, reference the region’s agricultural heritage amid a dozen featured artworks.

Petaluma Readers Theatre Presents: 19th – The Journey to Ratification

Cloverdale Sculpture Trail

Cloverdale Sculpture Trail

Through April 27, 2022
The high quality of the contemporary sculptures displayed in Cloverdale range from the humorous to thought provoking and some with a message or story. The once-a-year changing of the sculptures are enjoyed and experienced by residents and tourists on the downtown streets of Cloverdale. The 2020-2022 brochure is now available to be downloaded or picked up in numerous locations in the Cloverdale business district.

Enjoy this fun, virtual online activity from The Museum of Sonoma County!

Sonoma County Museum


Oh no! You were enjoying an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Museum’s collection, when the door locked behind you!

Search for clues in our collection storage room to help you escape.


A fascinating history lesson!

This year, our historic Post Office building turned 110-years-old! To celebrate this incredible anniversary, we’re taking a look back at the building’s history. Did you know the Museum of Sonoma County building, originally built as a Post Office, was moved two blocks to its current location!? Narrated by Peter Coyote.