where creativity and community can develop, expand and flourish
Update Dec 1 2020:
From the Board and Staff
Dear O’Hanlon Community:
As 2020 draws to a close and we reflect on this past year, one thing stands out: Our O’Hanlon Community. The O’Hanlon Community is here and it is thriving, growing and transforming while still staying true to our mission. Thank you for your continued support!
Despite being closed to the public, our community is still very active. We’ve seen you online through our various programs and gallery shows. We’ve seen you at our center creating and innovating in our temporary studios. And we’ve seen you volunteering through our committees tackling many much needed repairs and addressing fire safety concerns on the property.
The engaged and committed community involvement and interest in our growing online shows, just proves that art creation and exhibition is a valuable and needed outlet for many.
While 2020 did not turn out as intended, the O’Hanlon community has demonstrated its resilience and ingenuity in many surprising and wonderful ways. And we hope to continue and expand on that in 2021.
Looking forward to 2021, here are some key updates to take note of:
- Our 2020-21 Member show is goes live online on Dec 15 with a Zoom roundtable at 4pm. The MEMBER Meeting is January 25, 2021 also through Zoom.
- The O’Hanlon Exhibitions committee has determined the slate of online and in gallery shows. You can find the link here:
- If you’d like to get more involved with O’Hanlon Center for the Arts please contact Erma or Ellen to ask about joining, volunteering or serving on one of our committees.
We again, thank you, our community for making this year the best we could’ve hoped for.
With much gratitude and heartfelt holiday greetings,
Naomi Tamura, Board President
Erma & Ellen and the entire OHCA Board of Directors.
current exhibits & events
Art: Dan Cassidy. Design: Jeremy Thornton
O’HANLON ONLINE GALLERY
O’HANLON MEMBERS’ SHOW 2021
O’HANLON LOFT GALLERY
Workshops & Events
Art: Michael Mudd. Design: Jeremy Thornton
FEBRUARY 9 – MARCH 18, 2021
AN IN PERSON O’HANLON GALLERY SHOW
A MOMENT OF REFLECTION
Juried by Emebet Korn
Artist’s Roundtable Online
February 9, 2021, 4 p.m.
Artist Call for Entries
Ways to Participate at O’Hanlon Center
Events & Exhibitions at OHCA are open to the public.
Here are 6 ways you can participate!
Our programs are designed to allow your own perceptions to inspire your art.
The Loft Gallery shows work by individual O’Hanlon members and small groups.
Admission to our galleries is always free!
Become a Member
Memberships are available for individuals and households, and start at just $95/year.
Our beautiful new street sign above was made possible by a donation from one of our members!
Volunteer opportunities include: assisting with art intake days, setting up for receptions or special events, planting succulents in our sculpture gardens, participating in committees and more.
We’re located 1 mile out of downtown Mill Valley, and 1/2 mile past the Mill Valley Library on Throckmorton Ave.
616 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley CA 94941
We have one designated accessible parking space at the top of the driveway next to our Loft building; please call the Office if you have questions about accessibility! (415) 388-4331
O’Hanlon Gallery Hours
Tuesday – Friday
11:00 am – 3:00 pm
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Note: The O’Hanlon Gallery is closed on Sundays and Mondays, except for special events, and for a few days in between posted Exhibit dates.
The Loft Gallery is generally open similar hours, but workshops are also held in the space. Please call ahead to verify access to the Loft. (415) 388-4331
Online Tutorial for Zoom Meetings
With all the recent changes, many of our classes are now being held on line. Several instructors have already had success with this new format. And many new classes will be launching in the coming weeks. If you need some help getting up to speed, Click Here k to view an online tutorial on how to host and attend a Zoom meeting.