The Brentwood Art Society held its
14th annual Brentwood Art, Wine, & Jazz Festival at The Streets of Brentwood, which brings together local vintners, local artists from multiple disciplines, and some of the Bay Area’s finest musicians representative of multiple genres of Jazz.
Twenty plus vendors featured original pieces by local artists who worked in varied media including oil, watercolor, pencil, clay, bronze, and multi-media, forty plus vendors in all.
Wine at the Fountain
A host of local vintners and wineries introduced you to some of the award winning wines that are produced right here in our own community, including Hannah Nicole Vineyards, Bloomfield Vineyards, Tamayo Family Vineyards, J Doran Vineyards,
Wedl and Cline Cellars.
For those who prefered a micro-brew, Black Diamond Brewery and BJ’s Restaurant and Brewery provided cold brews.
Jazz on the Stage
Performers from among the internationally acclaimed musical talents that we are blessed to have reside in our Northern California Area
took the stage to provide outstanding music during the event. Talents of our local high school students
were showcased by performances by Big Bands of Liberty & Heritage High Schools and a cappella groups such as Divas, Pink Ladies, & Jag.
A family affair
Activities designed to capture the interests of children young and old alike
were again in the popular Children’s Area, where children worked with clay, painted at the easels, or
made a musical instrument. The Wall of Art displayed creations of students
from the Brentwood Union School District. Also returning this year
was the sand sculpture that’s always a hit and Chalk Art, drawn on the street by local high school art students.
The Brentwood Art, Wine, & Jazz Festival
is open free of charge. It is the largest annual fundraiser of the Brentwood Art Society, which supports and contributes to continuing arts programs and events in the community, including the Art Docent program at all schools of the Brentwood Union School District, scholarships to graduating Seniors, summer Art Walk Events, the Artists Open Studio Tour, Student Art Show, Broadway Under the Stars theater performances, and a monthly Open Mic hosted by the city’s poet laureate, Kati Short.
Interested in being part of the
information on joining our team of Event Sponsors, please click the
Please download the application and information packet. For
questions, contact BAS President, Dan Berns, at call
Artists and Crafters
information on participating in the "Artists' Garden", please click the
Please download the application and information. For questions, contact
Committee Chairperson, Rosalinda Grejsen at (925) 516-5936 or
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