Redding Cultural Cruise is Friday, January 28!


Participating organizations & venues are:

The City of Redding – Redding City Hall will be featuring works of the late Armando Mejorado as well as the members of North Valley Art League. The evening will also include live music and belly dance performance.

Turtle Bay Exploration Park invites all to enjoy Ansel Adams: Masterworks – 20th Anniversary Exhibition; Nature’s Blueprints and Famous Artists Children’s Art Exhibition.

Mosaic Restaurant gallery is hosting University Preparatory School’s Advanced Placement Student Art Exhibition

North Valley Art League is presenting a members’ showcase.

Behrens-Eaton House Museum is a Victorian home of 1890’s, full of original family furniture. Costumed docents will greet you. Step back in time!

Shasta Historical Society invites the public to discover “Gadgets Galore! Transforming the American Household”

Shasta Living Street’s venue ofCalifornia Street Labs hosting Enterprise High School exhibition ‘Botanicals: The Good, The Bad and the Beautiful” and “My Here/ My Now”

Shasta County Arts Council – Old City Hall features 10 North State master artists working in the media of wood, glass, and clay.

Shasta State Historic Park is not participating in 2022 due to remodeling.



Participate in the Cruise and win! Collect stamps on your Cruise Map at each venue you visit – then fill out your contact information in the space provided and leave your map with the organizers at the last stop of your visit (must collect the minimum of 3 stamps to be eligible to for prize drawing).

Cultural Cruise is FREE to attend! Admission fees are waived between 4pm and 8pm.

Did you know…?

You can Cruise on your bike!


Shasta Living Streets prepared this Cultural Cruise Bike Route map on Ride w GPS.  The map is available for mobile phone users , and is a detailed online map including brief text descriptions of the exhibits that are part of Cultural Cruise, with links to each organization’s website.

CULTURAL CRUISE DAY 2 – Saturday, January 29

10am – 4pm


Turtle Bay Exploration Park – Share your art skills and inspirations to help make a River of Turtles! Supplies will be provided to decorate a paper turtle, which will be combined with those of other guests to create a collaborative art project (some admission fees may apply)


Shasta County Arts Council – invites you to join in mini arts & crafts workshops to be held at Old City Hall from 10am to 4pm. The workshops are an opportunity for the whole family to come together around an arts project and explore new areas of expression. (some participation/ materials fees may apply).

The previously advertised collaborative event – POP-UP Art Cafe for Veterans Mental Health and Wellness is postponed until April 23, 2022. The event was to take place at Old City Hall from 10am to 4pm and is a collaboration between The Veterans Art Project and Shasta County Arts Council.