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Mission Statement of Studio 299

Studio 299 is devoted to the promotion and development of the arts in the Klamath and Trinity communities of northern California.

History of Studio 299

Studio 299 began in June 1986 as an informal gathering of friends, craftsmen, and artists. Discussions lead to identifying common interests, needs, and goals. Within six months the group evolved into a formal organization calling itself Studio 299 Center for the Arts, and by June 1987 had become a nonprofit public benefit corporation.

With the help of grants, bake sales and rummage sales, Studio 299 survived for many years, offering artists a place to gather, and also a way to give to the community in such events as the Harvest Moon Festivals, Christmas Craft Fairs, music and dance nights, and the grants to paint the lovely murals in downtown Willow Creek.

The late 1990's were not easy on Studio 299, and dreams of a community center fell by the wayside. Today the organization is experiencing a new growth in the community. There is renewed energy, and a desire to make Studio 299 once again a hub for artists, and a resource for the community.


President: Mediha Saliba
Vice President: Sharon Grover
Secretary: Lisa Ambrosini
Treasurer: Gil Saliba

Board Members:

Liz Brunner
Steve Brunner
Nancy Caster
Nadia Hosking
Linsey Jones
Linda Lippman
David Lippman
Keri Raphael
Londa Rowley
Michaela Walston

Studio 299 meetings
1st Monday of each month
75 The Terrace, Willow Creek, CA

Art Events 
Featuring work of local artists and students
April Wildlife Fair
September Harvest Fair
December Holiday Boutique


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