Our annual student art competition is up and ready for viewing at the James Kaneko Gallery (just around the corner from our classroom). This year the juror was Shelly Willis, who was the Director of the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission from 2012 until 2017. The first reception and first award ceremony for the student... Continue Reading →
First of all, Viewpoint is one of the best photo galleries in California, and we are very lucky to have it here in Sacramento. Even better, there's an entire program for students. We do have an ARC membership for students, but even if you aren't taking our classes anymore, you could still become a member for $20 and that gives you access beyond your time with us. I've added their contact info at the bottom of this post. But let's see what's going on! ...
Was going to post something else but got this message from the school. I'll post the other later. For now its....Free Money! The online scholarship application deadline for all ARC grant/scholarships is next Thursday, March 2, at 4:00 pm... and I was given information from the Scholarship committee that there are 19 scholarships with NO... Continue Reading →
One of the Art Departments fabulous students, Travis Cannady, is having an exhibition of his photography at Formoli's Bistro in Sacramento. Travis has been using polaroid film to capture moments of human emotion. This Exhibition is title "Hannah and The Cambo Passportrait" It is an intimate and beautiful exhibition and one not... Continue Reading →
Unity Lewis will be giving a special presentation discussing his art and art traditions that go all the way back to the Harlem Renaissance this Tuesday at Noon until 1:30p.m. in the Community Rooms. We also would like to invite everybody to stop by the Kaneko Gallery to see his art installation. The gallery is... Continue Reading →
Viewpoint Gallery in Sacramento is one of the most well known photo galleries in California. Since the ARC photo department is a member of the organization, our students have the opportunity to go to lectures and critiques where you can get a different perspective on artwork. First, there's the critiques. You can bring your photography... Continue Reading →