where creativity and community can develop, expand and flourish
UPDATE OCTOBER 18:
VIRTUAL O’HANLON CENTER
From the Board and Staff
Dear O’Hanlon Community:
Happy October! It is hard to believe we are reaching into the last quarter of 2020. It has been a tumultuous year for everyone. Yet, because of your support, we have continued to persevere. THANK YOU!
The Board and Staff are working hard towards the goal of re-opening in some capacity at the end of January 2021 – only a few months away! We are looking at various scenarios and making contingency plans focusing sustainability and remaining a creative oasis for you, while adhering to safety protocols and following state guidelines.
We have continued to increase our online offerings, with some incredible successes and firsts regarding our exhibitions. Keep submitting your comments and suggestions for programming you’d like to see. We welcome your input and want to make our online community as robust as our in person community.
Our facilities continue to be rented out and have some short term studio space available, if you are interested in enjoying a quiet, inspiring place to encourage your creativity, please contact Erma for details and information.
Again, THANK YOU for your continued support and involvement in the online version of OHCA.
We wish everyone good health and invite you all to stay connected with each other through our “O’Hanlon From Home” Facebook page and Instagram page. Keep creative at home and share your work and discoveries remotely until we can meet together as a community in person again.
Naomi Tamura, Board President
Erma & Ellen and the entire OHCA Board of Directors.
“Art Conversations” Video from the recent Women Artists show.
To view other videos on our channel, go here.
current exhibits & events
Art: Woodward Payne. Design: Jeremy Thornton
O’HANLON ONLINE GALLERY
juried by Kim Eagles-Smith
October 6, 4 p.m.
Workshops & Events
Art: Chester Arnold. Design: Jeremy Thornton
OPENS NOVEMBER 16, 2020
O’HANLON ONLINE GALLERY
juried by Chester Arnold
November 17, 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 I take credit from online lenders sometimes, and everything suits me
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.