In 1976, Christo's large-scale artwork "Running Fence" was installed over 24.5 miles of Sonoma and Marin farmland. The artist made as much of an impression on the local community as his artwork did.
Kathryn Clark creates large-scale works that bring light to issues of social justice, like her "Washington, D.C. Foreclosure Quilt" and "Paul Manafort Money Laundering Blanket." Her studio and home are works of art, too.
The artist, known only as ELLE, has forged her own path on a male-dominated scene. Now she returns to her native Napa to make a tribute to strong women.
Visitors and locals will love this four-day itinerary featuring some of the best restaurants, wineries and activities Sonoma County has to offer.
Want to usher in spring with some culture? In Sonoma County, art exhibitions and gallery shows are in full bloom this month.
This year's festival will feature 110 films from 18 countries and 200 filmmakers, celebrate food and wine and explore gender roles in Hollywood in the age of #metoo.
Santa Rosa's arts community is back in business - less than four weeks after the devastating fires.
Looking for some family-friendly fun? There's plenty in Sonoma!
Take the road less traveled and explore the town of Sonoma and its surroundings.
Do you crave all things culture? Then this is for you.