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Visit 151 Union Square in downtown Grass Valley to kick off the 2016 Wild & Scenic Film Festival! Join us for special artist receptions before the 3D film session at the Del Oro Theatre. FREE TO THE PUBLIC!

Thursday, January 14, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
151 Union Square, 151 Mill Street, Grass Valley

 

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Start the festival off with light hors d’oeuvres, local wine, beer from Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. & Barefoot bubbly. You’ll be sure to run in to filmmakers, special guests and locals figuring out how to schedule their weekend to fit in all the fun! FREE TO THE PUBLIC!

Friday, January 15, 4pm – 7pm
Alexander Gallery, 225 Broad Street, Nevada City

 

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Wild & Happy Hours

Nevada County is increasingly known for our fabulous local wine and beer. Come out to support local artists, brewers and winemakers during one of the 2 Wild & Happy Hours over the festival weekend. Choose Grass Valley or Nevada City (or both!), pick up your cup and hit the streets to enjoy wine and beer selections at 6 locations in each downtown area. Art will be displayed from the Nevada County Arts contest at each location.

$15 per Happy Hour includes commemorative cup and tastings. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO.

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This year’s Official Artwork was created by artist Jeremy Collins. You may recognize his name from the 2015 Official Selection Drawnin which Jeremy embarks on an epic voyage to honor a beloved friend, merging film and illustration throughout the journey.

Meet this year’s Featured Artist Jeremy Collins and 2015 Artist Jude Bischoff at a Poster Signing. FREE TO THE PUBLIC!
Saturday, January 16, 11am – 12:30pm
Fest HQ – The National Hotel, 211 Broad Street, Nevada City

 

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The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is proud to partner with Nevada County Arts for the fourth year in an effort to increase awareness of the intersection between arts and the environment.  Local and regional artists submitted their environmental artwork for inclusion at the 2016 Wild & Scenic Film Festival and local businesses, wineries, breweries and galleries will exhibit selected art during the 14th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival.

Click here for more info on the 2016 artists and venues where you can view their work. Or stop by any SYRCL booth or Fest HQ to pick up a special art program. Winners will be announced at Sunday’s Awards Ceremony. FREE TO THE PUBLIC!