Leadership Luncheon at the Caroline Livermore Pavilion Executive Director Antonia Adezio with Tom Jackson and Kathy Grant Phoebe Cowles, Diane Frankel, Katie Jarman, Diane Doodha, Valerie Nagel, Jessica Fairchild Andy Evans & Trish Scales Barbro Greene, Ellin Purdom, Candy MacNaughton John Sullivan, Merrily Labarthe, Bob Mayer, Teta Collins, June Sullivan, Trish Scales Lacey Sher, Board […]
If you’ve visited the gardens since the summer, you’ve seen the work of Garden Manager Michael Bogart, who joined the staff here in August 2021. We’re delighted to have him on board! Michael is from the farmlands of southeastern Michigan. He grew up working in the fields and farmers’ markets, mowing lawns in the summer […]
We are delighted to announce that Emma Norris is joining us as the new Director of the Garden School, reopening in fall 2021. Emma has a strong background in early childhood education and a passion for her work and she is looking forward to joining the Garden School community. Emma was raised in West Marin […]
Earlier this fall, we were delighted to welcome Meghan Ray to Marin Art and Garden Center’s Horticultural Advisory Committee. She is currently the Garden Manager at Blake Garden in the East Bay. Meghan’s urban childhood in New York City inspired her passion for horticulture. She has spent her career in public gardens, first at the […]
If you are waiting at the traffic light at the intersection of Sir Francis Drake and Lagunitas Road these days, you might notice something a little different at the entrance of Marin Art and Garden Center. As part of our rebranding to commemorate the 75th anniversary of our founding, we have commissioned a new sign […]
Marin Art and Garden Center has come to mean so many things to so many people that trying to find the common threads and a consistent message to communicate has always proved elusive. Could a symbol be found that brought together all that the Center represents?