RAD Napa’s vision is to see an underappreciated two mile stretch that runs through downtown Napa pulse with new energy and awe-inspiring sights that spark meaningful dialogue. Through investment in and stewardship of a dedicated public art district in the City of Napa, RAD Napa can achieve this vision. We believe that when art becomes part of the fabric of a community, every citizen has the opportunity to see new possibilities and create a better future for everyone.
RAIL ARTS DISTRICT (RAD)
NAPA ART WALK
RAD district follows the Napa Valley Vine Trail, a walking and biking trail.
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All youth, ages 12-21, are invited to create murals on our community arts and education program.
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Terracotta Corridor: An Exhibition of 21 Monumental Clay Sculptures
Opening December 3, 2022 – January 1, 2024
A selection of work from some 400 artists that participated in the program will be showcased in the Rail Arts District including works by Alan Chin, Cameron Crawford, Ann Christenson, Carolyn Ford, Tom Franco, Robert Harrison, Susannah Israel, Lisa Reinertson, Patrick Siler, John Toki and Rimas VisGirda.
This project is made possible by generous support from Chuck and Ann McMinn and Mission Clay Products.
ART + ARTISTS
RAD installations are by thoughtful curation of celebrated local and international artists brought to Napa to enliven the Rail Arts District and our community.
Do you believe in the cultural, educational and economic value of public art in Napa? Consider supporting RAD as we create a new, dedicated public art district in Napa Valley. No gift is too small and every donation is tax deductible.
Founded in 2016, the Rail Arts District (RAD) Napa is envisioned as a free outdoor contemporary art museum. RAD Napa begins in Napa’s Oxbow District and continues northward for two miles along the Napa Valley Vine Trail bike and pedestrian path and the Napa Valley Wine Train tracks.
PROGRAMS + NEWS
Rail Arts District (RAD) Napa supports local, educational programs. Young people ages 12-21 are invited to practice creating murals in public on Our RAD Wall. Learn more about this program and more.