The Causeway Gallery can be found in the Community Center’s upstairs corridor on the east side of the building. This exhibition space focuses on showing art that raises awareness about important issues, such as social justice and environmental advocacy, and showcases artists who represent marginalized and under-resourced communities. Spanning 34 linear feet of exhibition space in a highly visible location, the gallery aims to uplift underrepresented voices and engage the public around some of the most important issues of our time. The creation of this gallery was made possible by the generous support of Ken Stokes and Dana Simpson-Stokes and the Paul and Megan Segre Family.
There is no admission fee; everyone who walks into the Sonoma Community Center is invited to explore the art on display.
THE REMEMBRANCE PROJECT
Quilt blocks from the Social Justice Sewing Academy collection of stitched work remembering lives we have lost to violence. Click HERE to see samples of this work. Free and open to the public.