Joe Karapetyan and Garib Karapetyan share a last name, though they’re not related. But most importantly, they share a vision.
The Sacramento-based photographer is traveling around her
native country of Ukraine to aid refugees during the
Russia-Ukraine war, documenting their experiences along the
After two quiet years, concerts and music festivals are thumping through the Capital Region once again. While the COVID-19 pandemic has not ended, many are ready to see live music at outdoor venues.
Get excited for the recently-relaunched summer music series with an ultra-curated playlist.
Each issue, we dig into the working habits of a top executive in the Capital Region, providing insight into how they get things done.
“Theater arts can represent all the business community’s desirable traits,” says Michele Hillen-Noufer. “The personal skills needed for business — communication, collaboration, creativity — can be gained in theater arts. People must communicate and work well in teams, and have self confidence and self-knowledge, and that’s what theater arts teaches.”
We’ve rounded up some of our previous Art Exposed interviews with photographers to learn how local artists make a living out of drawing with light.
Get excited for Record Store Day on April 23 with this photo essay of some of the region’s most beloved, idiosyncratic shops.
There is much magic to discover at the California State
Library, whether you visit for research or pleasure.
The institution’s keepers take us on a tour of some of
As a woodworker and metal fabricator, Nancy Sayavong uses her
training both for art and remodeling jobs. Her work is
interested in the contrast between the romantic ideal of the
home and its lived reality.