Mintz considers herself a “materials artist,” taking her inspiration from the innate potential of the diverse media that she has mastered through her career— including ceramics, wood, and metals to textiles and paper.
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.
The landscape, our personal experience, and our society is subject to intense compartmentalization and segmentation over time, at least in the culture in which we find ourselves. This show represents a variety of explorations of that reality. From explorations of segmented landscapes to internal compartmentalization, these visual explorations reveal something about who we are. Making these works outside on the porch in the stillness of a COVID spring, or inside on the dining room table in the dead of winter, entails an unfolding and increased awareness of just how tangled we and our landscape have become. This show is an expression of that unfolding.
Yuba Lands Biennale: Yuba Lands Biennale features only women artists and includes The Center’s Gallery, Gallery 125 & Media Lounge, and Osborn Woods Gallery.
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.
Visit the gallery at The Center for a special artist reception. Enjoy food, drinks and a deeper look into the current exhibit.
Private Gallery Experience Join us at The Center for a private viewing of the current fine art exhibit. You and up to 10 guests may schedule a free 45-minute time period to enjoy fine art in The Granucci Gallery. Our hours are Tuesday – Friday, 12 – 4 PM. Call or email and schedule a time today! Gallery@thecenterforthearts.org or 530.274.8384 Current Exhibit: Visibility Through Art: Invisible No More Presented by: California Heritage Indigenous Research Project On Exhibit: Aug 28 – Sept 19 This project was inspired by the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe’s desire to collaborate with local artists. The goal: to create conscientious art pieces that conversate around the history and culture of the Original Peoples of this land. Our deepest hope is to bring about awareness of local historic and current issues through the medium of art. A successful project will bring together community to reflectRead More
2019 Summer Camps: Five sessions, each offering two or more programs, from June 10th through August 2nd. At Curious Forge Camp students receive hands-on instruction from professional artists in one or more of the “maker” arts, including Fiber Arts, Metal Arts, Found Objects Art, Jewelry Making, Laser Cutting, Ceramics, Glass Fusing, Woodworking, and Textiles. Divided for Age Groups: Youth (8-11), Teens (12-17), taught at Curious Forge Makerspace.