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A distinctive art series aspiring to offer an artistic voice for all residents
while creatively defining what it means to be unified through
Art ~ Agriculture ~ Community

YoloArts was recently recognized as a national leader in weaving the arts into economic development for its Art & Ag Project.
“Going Full Circle” is the next generation of The Art & Ag Project - delivering a hands-on approach to art for the residents of Yolo County with the guidance of professional artists.

Funded by a grant from the Irvine Foundation, YoloArts will facilitate the project “Going Full Circle” over a two year period which includes: two semi-permanent ‘art mandalas’, a performance (musical) mandala; and  an on-line ‘digital mandala’ 
Each of these projects will share the common values of art, food and agriculture and allow the community to express themselves individually and artistically within a creative structure where each piece becomes an important part of a greater whole.


 

The Esparto Community Mandala was a great success!
CLICK HERE to view this public art event!

Thank you to artist Mark Abildgaard for bringing the community together!  

If you missed seeing the Esparto Mandala it is currently installed at it's 
new home at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve.

Thank you to these individuals and organizations
for making the Esparto Community Mandala possible

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                                 Click HERE to view the GrowYolo West Sacramento Community Built Mandala!

 

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If you would like to participate in the Mandala Project please email: [email protected]

Funded by:
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YoloArts is funded in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency,
the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, 
and by YoloArts' membership and partners.