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Dreamer Mural Butterflies

Dreamer Mural Butterflies

The Dreamer Mural Butterflies was founded by Rema Makaryan. With support from Montgomery High School, ArtStart Santa Rosa and the Petaluma Art Center, the project has gained momentum and now has a strong team effort. The team includes: Violet Wang, Lineli Cruz, Mallak Ali, Lani Wongkar, Molly Zhou, Imani Pierre, Maya Grini, Rema Makaryan. They are all local High School Students.

Mae Blackmore

Mae Blackmore

Mae Blackmore returns with a new piece to grace the Revival Tent Stage. “Origins” was specifically designed for our 10th anniversary and explores the roots of Petaluma, Friends of the Petaluma River as an organization, and Rivertown Revival itself.

Rivertown Revival is Sensory Friendly!

Rivertown Revival is Sensory Friendly!

The 10th anniversary of Rivertown Revival takes place on Saturday, July 20th from 11 am - 8 pm in Petaluma benefiting the Friends of the Petaluma River. We are pleased to announce that in an effort to offer the best experience for all of our attendees, we will have sensory friendly kits…

Kevin Clark

Kevin Clark

Kevin grew up in Petaluma, California and studied art and business at Sonoma State University. After trying his hand at sales in the family business for a few years Kevin realized that art was his true passion, so for the last 20 years Kevin has been designing and building restaurants and bars in the Bay Area as well as large scale, metal, interactive sculptures for Burning Man and other music and art festivals, like Rivertown Revival.

Rivertown Revival 2019 Video!

Rivertown Revival 2019 Video!

Thanks to our friends at BayArea Media Masters for making this incredible video celebrating our “Greatest Slough on Earth”! We love it and hope you do too! C’mon down to Rivertown Revival, July 20th. 2019 and experience it for yourselves!

Beth Rose Hibbard

Beth Rose Hibbard

is a multi-media artist and educator rooted in the outskirts of Petaluma, California. Self identifying as a painter at a young age helped shape her early education and subsequent career in arts facilitation and advocacy. As a teenager, mural work became a bridge between community and the isolating reality of being a visual artist.