Crocker Art Museum
A long weekend beckons. Sacramento and the nearby foothills and Sierra offer some of the most diverse opportunities to enjoy a few days away from it all.
Many special exhibits are temporary visitors to the capitol city, but a wide array of exciting and creative collections are available as permanent installations.
A private investor says he’ll put up $15 million to construct a new building for the California Automobile Museum.
For fans of classical music, there is no need to travel beyond our fair city. Sacramento has plenty to offer.
Venture outside of the box and choose an alternative to the standard bar scene with one of these great late-night activities in Sacramento.
The museum owes the city of Sacramento $10 million stemming from the 2009 Crocker expansion loan. It’s not that director Lial Jones has no money now. She’s secured $10 million in estate gifts from donors who are still alive, meaning the museum can’t collect from their estate yet.
Sacramento youngsters have many chances to be up to their elbows in artistic fun this summer.
The capital city is home to a large number of galleries, venues and events that feature art of many sorts, and spring 2013 is a great time to experience what the arts community has to offer.
From bursts of color in the evening sky to music, dance, rock climbing and ice, the final days of 2012 offer a little bit of everything to Sacramento residents and visitors. While ushering in the new year is often an adult-centric experience, these options offer fun and entertainment for families, teens and tots.
Good or bad, these odd public art pieces are a part of Sacramento.
Sacramento, a city that respects cultural diversity, provides extracurricular cultural activities that kids can both enjoy and use to learn about the history, language, song, dance, art and food of other cultures.
Sacramento’s museums will feature a variety of art, history and cultural exhibits this fall.