Gallery Exhibits

Roots; a Black Heritage Art Show


Amador County Arts Council  invites you celebrate African American culture and contributions by honoring Black History Month with Roots: A Black Heritage Art Show. Located inside the Amador County Arts Council gallery. Curated by local Black leaders, Amador County Arts Council presents a celebration of Black contributions to the world including infrastructure, civil rights, social injustice, poetry, music, art, and more.

Student Director, Deja Douglas, the inspiration for this landmark exhibit, welcomes all art lovers to enjoy Roots from January 24 through March 12, 2020.

FREE Reception on January 31 from 4-7pm with snacks and entertainment.

Amador County Arts Council is open Monday through Friday from 2-6pm. 209-256-8166.

Safe Space Art Exhibit showcases LGBTQAI+ and Ally artists who celebrate the value of diversity in rural communities. October 25th through December 20, 2019.

FREE Reception on Friday November 15 from 4-7pm.

Heart of Hope Art Exhibit highlights the hope, perseverance, and awareness of mental health and suicide prevention. Free. August 25 through October 15.

Safe Space Art Exhibit celebrates the value of diversity in our rural community!

Accepting submissions until October 15th.

Brought to you by the Amador County Arts Council in partnership with the Tri-County LGBTQ Alliance, Amador P-FLAG, Sierra Wind Wellness Center, Amador Suicide Prevention Coalition, Blue Mountain Coalition for Youth and Families, Sacramento Gender Health Center, and the California Arts Council, a state agency.

Show runs from October 25 through December 20.