About Antelope Valley Art
Antelope Valley Art is comprised of a group of local artists working together to create a sustainable economy for creatives in the Antelope Valley. We do that by connecting with one another and partnering with local businesses.
We created AVArt.org to provide exposure to creatives living in the Antelope Valley. We showcase the great art being created in the AV as well as provide resources for all art, music, and theater events held in the AV.
We are 100% volunteer-run, so if you’re interested in becoming an Event Contributor or would like to help with News content, please contact us.
Antelope Valley Art’s creatives meet monthly at locally-owned businesses around the Antelope Valley. Meetings are free and open to all creative types. To find out the date, time, and location of our next meetup, check out our event calendar.
Antelope Valley Art & Culture News
Read the latest about artists and news in the Antelope Valley art scene.
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Our goal is to build up the art scene, not spam it. If, at any time, you feel like you're receiving too many emails, please contact us and give us feedback. This website, and what we do, is for all of us. Similar to the Borg, we are a collective. If you'd like to volunteer in helping us with any aspect of the website or AV Creatives, please contact us.
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Connecting the Antelope Valley
We hope to foster creativity and connectivity in the Antelope Valley. We foresee an evolution of the AV into a more art-focused, sustainable culture. By partnering with local Cities and businesses, we strive for unity and self-sustainability through creativity and artistic endeavors.
Palmdale City Library, Transplants Brewing Company, Butler's Coffee, City of Palmdale
Graphic Experience Gallery, Lakes & Valleys Art Guild, MOAH
Sagebrush Cafe: Coffee & Art House