Album release show for Golden Shoulders. Could This Be the End is as upbeat and positive as the title suggests. Local band Big Whoop opens the show.
Amazing tricks, big air stunts, comedy antics, dancing dogs, and athletic feats. It is the most entertaining show of its kind!
The Greenberg Collection: Selections from Hindi Greenberg’s art collection from many years of supporting artists. Hindi personally owns over 400 pieces of artwork, many of them created by artists in Nevada County.
Yuba Lands Biennale: Yuba Lands Biennale features only women artists and includes The Center’s Gallery, Gallery 125 & Media Lounge, and Osborn Woods Gallery.
California-born country singer and songwriter with a knack for full-bodied songs about love. Opening: Temecula Road, named one of Radio Disney’s NEXT BIG THING artists.
A contemporary fiber arts exhibition with multiple artists featuring work that is three-dimensional, free-form, and utilizes fiber-based material: cloth, paper, wood, etc. Curated by Brynn Farwell and Lin Schiffner, the purpose of this exhibition is to break free of the rectangular, two-dimensional confines of wall-based work.
Offered four times a year, these are free all-day events geared toward families and introduces many young children in our community to their first-ever arts experience. We offer families the opportunity to participate in healthy art-based activities together, such as face painting, crafts, and a balloon artist and other fun entertainment.
Join us for a night under the stars at North Star House. Rupa and the April Fishes has a NEW RELEASE! Opening: Grease Grit and Grime
The Center for the Arts is committed to making its new facility, inside and out, easily accessible for patrons and visitors with disabilities. Accessibility was a guiding principle during the design phase for the new Center. The design incorporates easy access for building entry, seating, restrooms, parking, box office, and bar and concessions area. Assistive listening devices will be available for those with hearing loss. Soula Antoniou, former president of VSA, The International Organization on Arts and Disability, underscores the importance of accessibility to the arts: “People with disabilities are not a small fringe group in your community—they are an integral part of every community. … The average attendee does not exist. We’re all different, and our needs vary.” We are striving to meet the varying needs of our community. In order to make the performing arts events more enjoyable and trouble-free for everyone, expanded accessibility accommodations approved by theRead More
An evening at the new Center for the Arts will sparkle with top-notch entertainment, fine visual art, scintillating company, local craft beverages, and mouthwatering edibles. The Center’s improved bar and concessions area, with its locally sourced refreshments, will make an evening out feel like a celebration. Experience award-winning wines on tap from Nevada City Winery, the oldest winery in the Sierra Foothills, and Chacewater Winery, featuring wine made from organic grapes grown in Nevada County. Sample delicious craft beers on tap from local breweries, such as Grass Valley Brewing Co., Ol’ Republic, Three Forks Brewing Co., and others. And no more waiting in long lines; just belly up to our elegant bar where your preordered drink will be waiting for you at intermission. Drinks on tap and new reusable concert tumblers will improve The Center’s sustainability by eliminating thousands of glass bottles and single-use plastic cups. It’s better for theRead More