PROGRAMS + NEWS
THE MAKING OF A RADICAL PUBLIC ART DISTRICT
OUR RAD WALL
Young people ages 12-21 are invited to practice creating murals in public on Our RAD Wall, a Rail Arts District (RAD) Napa education program. Participants can work individually or with mentors to design and paint their own original artwork in predefined spaces on the wall. Supplies, guidance, supervision, and equipment will be provided. The project takes place at Devine Paint Center, 971 Lincoln Ave. each summer:
Specific dates will be posted soon.
SIGN-UP TO PARTICIPATE
To sign up and learn more, submit a note on our contact page.
A RAD COLORING PROJECT
Download these coloring book pages featuring murals by artists in the RAD!
Please email us your completed coloring book page so that we can feature it in social media: email@example.com
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Travel and Leisure Magazine credits RAD as one of many reasons the Napa Valley Wine Trian is considered one of the worlds Most Scenic Train Rides. Read full article.
“The Registry” has published a write up on RAD Napa’s latest mural, “The Garden.” “San Francisco Bay Area Artist “Hueman” Finished Large-Scale Mural At The Culinary Institute of America at Copia in Napa, California; Mural Titled “The Garden” To Represent Direct...
North Bay Biz celebrates the Napa Valley Wine Train as a Game Changer in Napa for, among many things, their creation of the RAD. Read the full article here.
Art and culture magazine Juxtapose recently spotlighted RAD Napa mural, The Whine Train by Jeremy Fish. Watch the video and read article here.
Sonoma Magazine recently covered the thriving art scene in Sonoma and Napa. RAD was featured alongside fellow art-centric destinations Paradise Ridge Winery (Sonoma), Mumm Napa (Rutherford) and the di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art (Napa). Read the full...
Paper Napan Walkabouts is the new walking tour company in town inspired by and focused on RAD. Read Owner Kim McGinness’ story here or book a tour here.
Kristina Young’s Quake Mosaic mural and the story behind it was recently featured in the Napa Valley Register. The mosaic will be installed on a vintage rail car located on Napa Valley Wine Train property near Soscol Street below Vallejo Street in downtown Napa at the...