“The Nutcracker,” the much-loved ballet about a young girl’s fantastical dream at Christmastime, is returning to the Sacramento Ballet after a one-year absence due to COVID-19.
Gallerist Faith J. McKinnie is highlighting the work she wants to
see in her Midtown gallery that highlights contemporary art
by underrepresented artists.
KJAY in West Sacramento broadcasts a mix of Hmong, Russian, religious and oldies programming, and that’s just a part of what makes the station an outlier in a world of corporate radio.
Less than 2 percent of professional classical musicians identify
as Black. Lee Pringle wants to change that.
Multimedia artist Sarah Marie Hawkins uses a variety of methods
to tell not just her story, but the stories of many women.
Photographer and college professor Dan Herrera appreciates
the art of using older or alternative methods in his work; some
of his techniques date back 200 years or more.
The regional business of entertainment, arts and sports is reemerging with new structures and outlooks in place.
Meredith Cancilla has made it her business to build up
A professional clarinetist broadens her creative output with
ceramics, writing, filmmaking, multimedia performances — and
PODCAST: Movies, sitcoms, commercials and more are still filming in the Capital Region, thanks to the work of local film commissioners.