The stars aligned to shine down on The Center’s 5th Annual Gala on Saturday, November 12th. Celestial: A Stellar Evening raised a record-breaking $341,450 for The Center for the Arts which included an anonymous $100,000 match. The Center’s gala raises critical support for its operations and programs such as its space-sharing initiative which gives drastically […]
Jeremy Kittel is an American violinist, fiddler, and composer. Previously of the Grammy-winning Turtle Island Quartet, for the last few years the Brooklyn-based artist has been diligently building his own repertoire of music for an original new group, Kittel & Co. (“Kid-dle and Koh”). In 2019, Jeremy received a Grammy nomination for “Best Instrumental Composition” […]
Local artist Ayla Nereo graces the Cover of the 2022 Backstage Magazine and performs on September 30
With an uncanny ability to crack open the heart, Ayla Nereo’s songs are an ode to the wonder of being human, inviting us deeper into the beauty of simple existence. In an attempt to categorize her unique sound, there are elements of electronica, folk ballads, celtic melodies and elvin loop-pedal mantras, with lyrical meditations and […]
The Center for the Arts presents “In Remembrance of a Peaceful Warrior” featuring photographs by the late Michael Christopher Black. The exhibit is curated by Michael’s mother, Sally Black, and will be on display in The Granucci Gallery from Friday, April 2 through Friday, May 7, 2021. The official opening will be held in the Kerby Lobby on April 2 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Marie Wolfe is living out loud through layers seen and unseen. Through weight, depth and texture, Wolfe works to discover the mystery and realm where abstraction and realism meet. Take the virtual tour of Marie’s exhibit, Sparks of Imagination.