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- NEW EXHIBITION “THE SPIRIT OF PACIFIC WESTERN TRADERS”
- The Museum of Northern California Art is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition at monca, The Spirit of Pacific Western Traders - California Contemporary Native Arts Now and Then. The exhibition will run Dec. 2, 2021 to Jan. 23, 2022. The opening reception will be held on Dec. 3 from 5:30-7:30 PM.
- Special Feature: In the Spirit of Chico Mechoopda Elder/Historian Henry Azbill 1899-1973
- Schedule of Events:
- Friday, Dec. 3 from 5:30-7:30 PM - Opening Reception with Mechoopda Welcome/Blessing and the Maidu Singers
- Saturday, Dec. 11 from 11:00 AM-3:00 PM - California Native Art Market
- Sunday, Dec. 19 from 3:00-5:00 PM - Artists Conversations via Zoom: The PWT Project
- Saturday, Jan. 8 from 3:00-5:00 PM Artist Talk - In the Spirit of Henry Azbill: Exploring the Artists' Journeys
- Sunday, Jan. 23 from 3:00-5:00 PM Closing Reception
Inspire’s Annual School-Wide Gala
Date: January 8, 2022
Times: 2 pm & 7 pm
Location: Center for the Arts (1475 East Ave. Chico CA)
Tickets: $15 GA | $12 Alumni & Non Inspire Students | $10 Inspire Students and Children 13 & under
Ticket link: https://ci.ovationtix.com/35932
Chico Art Center
January 8 - January 30
Monday - Friday, noon - 4pm
Saturday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm
Chico Art Center
450 Orange Street, Suite 6, Chico
Chico Art Center kicks off our 66th year with artworks by artists that support our organization with their membership. Whether an artist is a novice or pro, it is always a courageous and generous act to make one’s personal creation public for all to see. Visitors have a chance to see what studio artists, both regional and national offer up.
Paradise Art Center
Spotlight on Color
January 8 - February 19
Monday - Friday
1pm - 4pm
Paradise Art Center
5564 Almond St., Paradise
Color is an art element that can really deliver a message. These submissions may have many colors or be monochromatic; our expectation is that the colors used will speak to the viewer.
Please note that we continue to monitor and consider CDC guidelines; currently, masks are required for all visitors, teachers, and students inside the building until further notice.
Theater on the Ridge
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
January 13 - January 29
7:30 p.m. Curtain
January 16. 22 & 30
2:00 p.m. Curtain
Ticket Prices: $12 General; $16 Reserved; $10 Bargain Tickets at the Door Only Every Thursday Night & Sunday Matinee
Theatre on the Ridge
3735 Neal Road, Paradise
An original musical variety show
written & directed by Jerry Miller
Our ever-popular Radioland shows are moving to the grand tradition of the late-night variety show. Spend the evening with Bobby LaButte, the host of this varietal arts extravaganza. P-Town Tonight harkens back to the classic years of the Tonight Show, Jack Parr, the Steve Allen show and many others. Music, comedy, so much more await
you at the live taping of P-Town Tonight.
Kiri Bolles + Isabella K. Saavedra
Vagabond Rose Gallery & Framing
STAN SOURS EXHIBITION
Through January 29
Vagabond Rose Gallery & Framing
236 Main St. 343-1110, Chico
Stours says: "I live by the adage that if you keep an open mind the solution will present itself.I draw inspiration from many sources--the history of art, art by my peers and my understanding of regional, national and world events."
Stours continues: "I use a lot of metaphor in my work so the creative thought process inspires me as does the making process. The images in my art come essentially from my imagination so in the end all these things combine to inspire me to create."
Stours says: I construct, carve and paint my pieces. With these linear sculptures I cut “staves” or sticks to shape and then fit them in place. After these are doweled and glued together I do detailed finishing work. Then I add up to 6 coats of gesso and paint the sculptures with several layers of transparent acrylics to achieve deep and rich surfaces.
Innovative, award-winning wind quintet
Sunday, January 30 | 2pm
Arts Recital Hall
CSU Chico Campus, Chico
“A group of virtuosos who are also wonderful people, too.” - Alison Young, Classical MPR
A vibrant chamber ensemble performs wind quintet masterworks, adapting beloved music to their instrumentation and championing new works by today’s composers. The quintet eliminates the “fourth wall” between musicians and audience by often performing from memory, creating an intimate connection.
Winners of the 2012 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition and the 2016 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, WindSync has appeared in recital at the Met Museum, Ravinia, Shanghai Oriental Arts Center, and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall.
The Queen’s Cartoonists
Classic Cartoons, Live Music, and Comedy
Thursday, February 3 | 7:30pm
“The Queen’s Cartoonists tap into the rich tradition of cartoon music to bring a fun, cross-generational concert experience to anyone who will listen!” - The New World Initiative, New York Philharmonic
The Queen’s Cartoonists, a riotously fun and talented sextet have arrived to live score cartoons and animated films from the golden age of cartoons, fromBugs Bunny to modern animation. Virtuosic musicianship, multi-instrumental mayhem, and comedy come together to celebrate two uniquely American art forms: jazz and animation.
I Feel Funny Tour
Sunday, February 6 | 7:30pm
Coming up in the comedy world of New York City, Demetri Martin is known for his work as a stand-up comedian, artist, writer,and producer, as well as a director and musician. His thoughtfully planned-out deadpan delivery, playing his guitar for jokes, and his satirical cartoons have grown into one of the most original and entertaining blends of stand-up and original sketch comedy on stage today. He has been a regular performer on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, has released three stand-up comedy albums and four hour-long standup comedy specials, including his latest for Netflix, The Overthinker.
Breakout progressive bluegrass band
Thursday, February 17 | 7:30pm
Known for their high-energy, psychedelic live performances, the Kitchen Dwellers are credited by their fanbase for creating a genre of music known as “Galaxy Grass.”A decade after the group came together playing jam sessions in the kitchen, the Montana-based four-piece has transcended traditional genre boundaries, blending virtuosic bluegrass wizardry with ecstatic rock‘n’ roll energy and adventurous psychedelia. With their spectacular new album, “Muir Maid,” the group has come fully into its own, seamlessly blending the past, present, and future of string band music to create its most daring and collaborative work yet
North Valley Art League January Member Show and Gift Shop
Open free to the public from Jan.5-Jan.29.
Reception Friday, January 7 from 5-7 PM
North Valley Art League's Carter House Gallery in Caldwell Park
48 Quartz Hill Rd. Redding, CA 96003
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 11 AM-4 PM
Please bring a face mask to wear inside the gallery.
Visit our website: nval.org
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org