Arts & Culture
Keeping up with the art scene around here can be a full-time job. No matter where you are in the greater Sacramento area, you’ll find art galleries, art studios and artists.
Bring a date and explore Sacramento’s creative community of artists, whether you prefer contemporary, abstract, classic mixed media or pop art.
Art has always been in the eye of the beholder. But sometimes, the eye is bigger than the wallet. In the greater Sacramento area though, the price of art doesn’t have to make you feel faint.
Spring theater events in Sacramento offer something for everyone, whether you crave a classic romance, obsessive swindle, hilarious farce or musical journey through vaudeville, ancient Rome or a convent full of mobsters.
From the kitchen to the stars, women have a rich history of contributions to our area and the nation. Here are some ways to celebrate Women’s History Month in Sacramento.
Laughter is the best medicine, and Sacramento has enough comedy clubs and venues to keep you healthy forever. The capital city draws gifted comedians from across the country and beyond, so go ahead and take your medicine.
While creative minds and inspiration are paramount to the process, every artist and crafter still needs to find the tools, supplies and other tricks of the trade. Visit these Sacramento shops to start creating in no time.
Music, modern dance, concerts and roller derby are a few of the special and eclectic ways to please your favorite someone for Valentine’s Day.
Travel the world through the movies with VeryFirstTo’s exclusive tour of the world’s most famous movie locations – for $325,215.
There are many ways to enjoy the festivals, food, dance and pageantry of Lunar New Year celebrations in the Sacramento area.
Whether you’re working out on a pole or waltzing your way across the boards, you’ll be more fit when the music stops at these Sacramento studios.
For some people, inspiration to learn about ceramics may have come from watching the movie “Ghost”, which features one of the most sensual scenes ever filmed of a man, a woman and a potter’s wheel.