With a strong membership base, The Center has the means to support and promote local artists, underwrite children’s theater, provide low cost youth arts and education programs, partner with local non-profits, donate tickets to local nonprofits, and award scholarships to area youth. Amber Jo Manuel, Acting Executive Director says, “Membership is also vital to the Center’s ability to keep programming diverse, introduce audiences to new artists and enlighten and educate the community through the arts.”
Click HERE to form a team. Click HERE to sponsor a lane. Celebrating the King of Rock N Roll! Join in the fun to support The Center for the Arts! The Center is a vital contributor to the cultural and economic health of Nevada County. Your support helps bring programs to children and adults in our community. Come bowl with us (or just watch) for this Elvis-themed party to support the arts! Dress up like Elvis, bowl with your friends, co-workers, or colleagues followed by a southern dinner from Summer Thymes and then dance the night away to music from the Chillbillies. Lane Sponsorship available at $250 or Come bowl with us for $100 per bowler – 6 bowlers make a team. October 21st Rock N Bowl 5:00-6:30 pm • Bowling at Prosperity Lanes 6:30-7:30 pm • Dinner at Summer Thymes 7:30-9:00 pm • Dancing to live music from the Chillbillies Here’s…
Gallery Show & Artist Reception at the Granucci Gallery
Visit with the artists, discuss their ideas, view and purchase artwork, and enjoy experiential exhibits and light refreshments.
7:00pm – 9:00pm:
Main Event on the Center Stage
Enjoy an innovative and engaging stage event that brings alive the stories captured from more than 30 people touched by homelessness.
November 17th – November 30th 12:00pm – 5:00pm Ongoing Gallery Show at the Granucci Gallery
The issue of homelessness is a growing concern throughout the country. The Councils of Grass Valley and Nevada City have made it a top priority for 2017. Finding a manageable long-term solution will require creativity and collaboration among the many parties involved. In A Place to Call Home, The CoPassion Project has captured stories from homeless people, organizations serving the homeless population, government officials tasked with finding solutions, and concerned citizens. It is through these stories that perceptions can change, collaboration can thrive, and lasting solutions can emerge.