The AIPP program presents art exhibits that promote local artists of all cultural backgrounds and arts media by displaying their works in a prominent public place, to enhance arts awareness of the community. We have two permanent exhibit locations: the Del Norte Courthouse and Del Norte Regional Airport.
DNACA is pleased to present our 32nd Annual Juried Multimedia Exhibit, now on display through September 28th at the Del Norte Courthouse. Art includes paintings, drawings, watercolors, photography and more! The courthouse is located at 450 H St. in Crescent City.
This exhibit by Marcia Morgan features watercolor paintings of a wide variety of subjects, and includes poetry as well. The exhibit will be displayed through September 28, at the 2nd floor mezzanine of the CEC Airport, 1650 Dale Rupert Rd, Crescent City. The exhibit is free to view, and can be viewed during the airport
As a part of our Art in Public Places (AIPP) program, DNACA holds a Juried Multimedia Show each year where artists are invited to enter their original works, of any visual arts medium, created in the past two years. Artists who are juried into the exhibit are offered a chance for a Solo Exhibition at the Del Norte County Courthouse, or at the 2nd Floor Mezzanine at the Del Norte Regional Airport.
DNACA also holds an annual "Art from the Inside" show which consists of artwork created by inmates at Pelican Bay State Prison. The inmates are students in the visual arts workshops as a part of the Arts in Corrections program. This program helps inmates channel their emotions positively, and gives them a healthier way of expressing themselves. This program is a partnership with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the California Arts Council.