With support of Nevada County community, Center for the Arts turns 15
Published: May 14, 2015

It started with a group of community members who wanted to lease an empty building on Main Street and use it to showcase local artists and performers. Today, the Center for the Arts hosts more than 150 concerts each year, both in the 300-seat theater in that same Main Street building as well as at other venues around Grass Valley;

Grass Valley appoints planning commissioners, approves funding requests
Published: May 13, 2015

Grass Valley City Council members met Tuesday night and approved several community funding requests, and appointed two new planning commissioners.Dawn Bateman was nominated by council member Ben Aguilar, and has served on the commission for eight years. Jacqueline Hawkins, who was nominated by Mayor Jason Fouyer, has sat on the West Sacramento Economic Advisory Commission, and is new to the

Jon Blinder: Bravo to 15th anniversary of the Center for the Arts
Published: May 12, 2015

The Center for the Arts is about to celebrate its 15th anniversary. It seems like only yesterday the roof leaked so badly that we had buckets everywhere; and, we painted the building purple just to get everyone to take notice of what we were doing.The Center has come a very long way. From our ragtag beginnings with only the passion

Center for the Arts throws 15th anniversary party in Grass Valley
Published: May 11, 2015

In the late 1990s, the building at 314 West Main St., in the heart of downtown Grass Valley, began drawing the attention of artists. Built in 1947 to house a Chevrolet dealership, the building had evolved from automobiles to being a school of cosmetology, a gymnasium and a video production facility. In 1999, a group of artists and art supporters

Keith Davies: Standing ovation for the Center for the Arts
Published: May 11, 2015

The Center for The Arts on West Main Street in Grass Valley is celebrating its 15th anniversary this month, and the Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce is joining with other community organizations and businesses in congratulating everyone involved who has taken The Center from its humble beginnings to its present status as a premiere venue for both headline national

October 2014
The Union – The Center for the Arts: Your membership benefits your community

The Union – Benefit event spins success for Center, dancers
The Union – Time to dance: Let the competition begin
The Union – ‘Stars’ reveal why they dance in fundraiser for Grass Valley’s Center for the Arts
The Union – Let’s dance: Benefit event returns for second year
The Union – Dancers compete for trophy, dollars to support Center

12/04/2012 – NEWS – Get Centered in February

10/06/2010 – The Union – Feature Story

03/26/2010 – Sacramento Bee – TICKET Cover Story

07/20/2010 – The Union – Peter Mason/Other Voices