Arts & Culture Blog

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Creating in a Pandemic: Julian Sandpaper

On a thick black pole on K Street, there’s an image of Smoky the Bear wearing a surgical mask, surrounded by the words “Only...
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Right Now, Home Is Where the Art Is

Comedians crave laughter while dancers and musicians need movement and walls of sound. For the visual and performing artists of Sacramento, finding new and...
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Concerts in the Park Go Virtual

CONCERTS IN THE PARK GOES VIRTUAL FOR #CIPSAC LIVE! Rock out from home with Concerts in the Park starting Friday, May 1! Beginning May 1, and...
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Great Local Music

Sure, listening to music from local artists helps support them at a time when their gigs have been canceled. The thing is, we are...
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Creative Classes Online

West Sacramento resident and mom Stacey Ball offers free livestreaming art classes on the Draw With Stacey Facebook page Monday through Saturday as a...


This festival of new works presents world premieres by three choreographers: Jennifer Archibald, resident choreographer for Cincinnati Ballet; Nicole Haskins, Sacramento Ballet alumna; and...
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An Evening with Anne Lamott

Known for her humor and unflinching honesty, Lamott is the author of seven novels, including “Hard Laughter,” “Rosie” and “Joe Jones,” and several nonfiction...

ARTHOUSE on R Honors Women’s History Month

A Womxn’s Markeplace, a talk by artist Kathrine Lemke Waste, opera singing by Olivia Smith, a dance performance by Omonivie Okhade, art receptions and...
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“A Bronx Tale”

Based on the life of Chazz Palminteri, this musical, set in the Bronx in the 1960s, tells the story of a young man who...
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Miranda Lambert

The country music star, who rose to fame on the talent competition show “Nashville Star,” swings through Sacramento as part of her 27-date tour...