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Al Farrow and his “Divine Ammunition”

Oct 18, 2015

In his complex and detailed work, Al Farrow recreates places of worship out of pieces of ammunition, drawing an unmistakable visual connection between religion and violence. The sculptures are so finely wrought, viewers may be almost as shocked by the fine details of construction as they are by the stark message and unflinching resolve the artist employs in creating, for example, minarets out...

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Baby Loves Art

Oct 20, 2015

Baby Loves Art engages babies (up to 18 months old) in a visually stimulating gallery walk and gives parents and caregivers a fun opportunity to connect with their babies and each other. All baby noises are expected and welcome. For the best art view, front carriers are recommended. Strollers are allowed, but please no backpacks. Meet at the Admission Desk; no advance registration required....

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Meet Me at the Museum

Oct 20, 2015

Art observation and conversation serve as a gateway to memories and social interaction during this tour designed for visitors living with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Advance registration is required. To register or for more information, contact Tiffany Paige at (916) 792-3281 or Paige@ArtzAlz.org. This tour takes place every third Tuesday of the month.

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Gallery Bites

Oct 20, 2015

Take an in-depth look at architecture of the Crocker during this 30-minute tour. Learn fascinating details about a different gallery each month. Admission prices are located at crockerartmuseum.org . This tour takes place every third Tuesday of the month.

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An Evening with Dr. Michio Kaku

Oct 20, 2015

Dr. Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist, renowned futurist and popularizer of science. During high school, he famously built an atom smasher in his parent’s garage. Dr. Kaku can be seen regularly on television, explaining natural phenomena to non-scientists. He has the ability to make complex scientific ideas not only understandable but fascinating.

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Kingsley Lecture Series: Amy Trachtenberg

Oct 21, 2015

Founded in 1892, the Kingsley Art Club promotes knowledge and appreciation of art among its members and in the community. The Kingsley monthly lectures feature local and regional artists and other arts insiders. Amy Trachtenberg, multi-disciplinary artist, examines where she takes cues for her artistic expression. She will present some of her key sources: found, noted or sketched, historic and...

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Artist and Curator Talk; Lucy Puls: [just you]

Oct 22, 2015

"Verge Center for the Arts welcomes Artist Lucy Puls, and Curator Dena Beard to talk about Lucy Puls: [just you], Verge Center for the Arts newest exhibition. Lucy Puls: [just you] encompasses over 40 objects from 1987-2015, with the past decade being a particular focus. Lucy Puls has been turning unwanted objects and photos of abandoned domestic environs into insignias...

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A Culinary Forum with Renowned Chefs

Oct 22, 2015

      RENOWNED RESTAURATEURS AND CHEFS IN CULINARY FORUM Kurt Spataro, Molly Hawks, and Randy Aprill Scheduled To Appear October 22, 2015   Three renowned restaurateurs and chefs: Kurt Spataro, Molly Hawk, and Randy Aprill, will share their personal journey and participate in a panel discussion on their creative process, when the Assistance League®...

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Calidanza Dance Company Presents: “¡Mi Mexico!”

Oct 22, 2015

In anticipation of Dia de los Muertos, join us for a vibrant and compelling celebration of Mexican culture, dance, and music performed under the stars in the Crocker’s Courtyard. Led by the award-winning Executive and Artistic Director Steven Valencia, this performance of the 20-member, Sacramento-based Calidanza Dance Company will include a restaging of “Noche de Muertos,”...

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29th Annual Safe & Super Halloween: Pirates

Oct 23, 2015 - Oct 25, 2015

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Avast ye! Join yer favorite pirates for three nights of trick-or-treating and family fun! Davy Jones, Jack Sparrow and the cursed treasure take center stage. Duels, games, 17 candy stations, hands-on activities, a costume parade and more pirate shenanigans await! Event tickets go on sale September 1. Puppet show tickets are $1 for members and $2 for nonmembers.

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NeighborWorks 6th Annual Art, Wine and Food Classic

NeighborWorks 6th Annual Art, Wine and Food Classic

Published: Wednesday, August 26, 2015

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