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Gallery Route One Sculpture Metral © Igor Sazevich
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© Gallery Route One
Gallery Route One
11101 Highway One
Point Reyes Station, California
Venue Type: Gallery
CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
August 17th - September 30th
Gallery Route One’s BOX SHOW™ 2018
Group Exhibition-150 artists
QUICK FACTS
Email
Contact
Vickisa
Open hours
11 to 5 closed Tuesday
Phone
415.663.1347
Cost
free
DESCRIPTION

Artist Members  are Mimi Abers, Johanna Baruch, Marna G. Clarke, Mary Mountcastle Eubank, Tim Graveson, Madeline Nieto Hope, Steven Hurwitz, Geraldine LiaBraaten, Afton Love, Linda MacDonald, Diana Marto, t.c. moore, Zea Morvitz, Dorothy Nissen, Andrew Romanoff, Igor Sazevich, Will Thoms, Vickisa, 

Gallery Route One (GRO) is known for The Box Show, a benefit for GRO

Proceeds support the organization and all of its projects including
Artists in the Schools, the Latino Photography Project
and Project Space exhibitions.

GRO/Gallery Route One is a nonprofit art organization, presenting changing exhibitions year round, and offering community support programs.  GRO was founded by 25 artists in 1983, and currently maintains a membership of 20-25 artists. Our Board of Directors is drawn from interested community members, including artists. The organization offers two exhibition programs: member exhibitions and Project Space exhibitions, which feature guest artists. The Annex, a small, interior space also exhibits work by member artists.

GRO exhibits art in all media, including installation, but does not regularly show crafts. Other GRO events include panel discussions, art “salons”  and two community outreach programs: Artists In the Schools and the Latino Photography Project. Artist members support the organization and its projects by paying monthly dues and by doing volunteer work, including staffing the gallery. GRO is supported by its Partners in Art and contributions from the community, and by grants from the West Marin Fund.