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” […]
The Center for the Arts presents Elevation live From The Center. The virtual concert broadcasts live on Friday, April 23, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. pacific time.
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.
The Center for the Arts is serving up a soulful stew of Memphis-style electric blues with the Chris Cain Quartet. On Friday, April 9, 2021 Chris Cain, Greg Rahn, Steve Evans, and Sky Garcia will celebrate the release of Cain’s latest album, Raisin’ Cain live From The Center.
In January, The Center for the Arts began our In Conversation With series to introduce you to experts on a variety of topics throughout our community. We’ve learned about Ayurvedic lifestyle, hiking in Nevada County, chocolate, and so much more. We are excited to spring into another season of conversations happening live on Zoom, Sundays at 4:00 p.m. Each episode includes an interactive Q&A and anyone can participate.
Whitney Myer burst onto the scene in 2012, wowing Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton on NBC’s “The Voice” in 2012. A nexus of RnB, hip-pop and Rock n Roll, Whitney Myer’s soulful vocals and electrifying live performances have mesmerized audiences.
Music in the Mountains and The Center for the Arts partner to bring new world music education programming for free to our community youth, based on Carnegie Hall’s Musical Explorer’s curriculum.
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.
We have expanded beyond Summer Camps to offer classes for youth in the Fall, Winter and Spring. Arts education isn’t just for the young! The Center for the Arts now offers a wide variety of arts education for adults 17+ including one-time workshops, week-long intensive classes, series and weekly programs. Locations range from in-house to virtual depending on the program.