This is always such a beautiful show!
Come see the PINK race car parked inside the gallery! OMG! Awesome!
True Blue is playing because they are a hot and upcoming band, and because The Pink Show wants to incorporate BLUE, for all the men that have suffered from cancers, prostate and beyond. My dad had prostate cancer, I know how much he suffered, it was not an easy thing to go through, just as women go through the trials of… Continue
Added by SIN on September 30, 2009 at 9:30pm —
Dominant Culture Art Vs Sub-Culture Art
Dominant culture art is high brow art. What the hell is high highbrow art? Highbrow art is Art that meets the standards of an elite group of intellectual professionals who are considered to be more cultured than the rest of us sorry asses. Oh by the way if you use words like “sorry asses and hell” you’re not highbrow but lowbrow!
These intellectual professionals are usually the ones who land higher paying jobs and aspire to… Continue
Added by Art Zocalo on September 28, 2009 at 7:22pm —
The statement below from the Spirituality & art group
Art is inspired by:
Art is inspired by:
The necessity to speak out,
to break out and emerge,
to be found and find oneself,
to release pent up feelings,
to scream here I am ...
Art is inspired by:
intense love for the subject matter,
a nude, a puppy dog, a sunset,
Added by Art Zocalo on September 25, 2009 at 5:30am —
Added by SIN on September 24, 2009 at 9:30pm —
I'm looking forward to The Pink Show at Chris Sorensen's Gallery next thursday night! This will be my first year attending as well as having a piece in it. I also decorated a bra! What can be better then wonderful art by local artists, live music, raising awareness and funds for cancer research and PINK! one of my favorite colors!! I'm having to miss my night class at FCC to attend, but i know it will be worth it, and hope to see you all there. Support Local Arts!!!…
Added by stephanie allison on September 22, 2009 at 9:19am —
Mark your calendar for Richards birthday bash. October 3.
Local Artist Richard Silva
will be celebrating his 70th on Saturday October 3, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
All his friends and fans are cordially invited to stop by for food between 2:00-3:00 pm
and then hang out and view his Art that will be on display till 5:00 pm
Live Jazz Music
will be performed by Ron Smith and friends.
We hope to see… Continue
Added by Art Zocalo on September 20, 2009 at 6:30am —
SEE THE 2009 CENTRAL VALLEY DANCE FESTIVAL
featurin contemporary, Modern, Jazz, African, Folklorico,
Hip Hop, Cumbia, Salsa, Bachata, Clogging, Country Western,
Hmong, Thai, Drums, Artists, Live Music and more!
When: NOVEMBER 7TH, 2009
Where: Fresno Memorial Auditorium
2pm for the Celebrating Unity Show
7pm for the Unity in Diversity Show
SEE BUDDING 5TH THRU 8TH GRADE ARTISTS &… Continue
Added by Cris Mendoza-Howell on September 18, 2009 at 1:26pm —
Don't miss it!! Come out and see the art, bring the kids for the interactive kids art area, meet the artist, and have dinner at one of the wonderful eateries on G Street.
Only 22 miles from downtown Fresno.
If you are an artist and have nothing planned for tonight...grab up your art, a table, your popup (if you have one) and head over to Pioneer Park on G Street in Reedley. Setup starts at 4:00, ArtHop begins at 5:00. No submission fees, no commissions, just a little of… Continue
Added by Melanie Fountain on September 17, 2009 at 9:00am —
Due to insufficient interest in this difficult economic time, the Peppertree Gallery is being forced to close. We thank those of you who supported us and wish you all the best in all your future artistic endeavors.
Added by Peppertree Gallery on September 15, 2009 at 2:14pm —
I hope all is well. We are getting ready for an exciting moment for the Fresno Arts Council and that will be the unveiling of the new corporate website + a revamp of our centralized events calendar for the arts in Fresno County.
Now you might ask why we are sharing this information. We do mainly for two reasons: first, to update you (the arts community) that we as an organization are progressively improving especially in presenting local arts information… Continue
Added by Victor Ramayrat on September 13, 2009 at 2:00pm —
Added by George Elfie Ballis on September 13, 2009 at 9:22am —
through film is the topic of the day on Central Valley Arts and Culture
. Not being well versed in le cinema
, I am excited to have some local experts fill us in on what the rest of us just don't know.
Jon Carroll from the Reel Pride Film Festival, Catherine Campbell from Fresno Filmworks and Akberet Amare from CSUF's Cineculture will fill us in about their group's current events and missions.
Tune in online at 3PM (Fridays) at… Continue
Added by Rebecca Caraveo on September 11, 2009 at 4:30am —
Hello all.. I need help and if you have a solution or suggestion please email me.
I have a school where students are falling behind due to Language Barriers and need assistance in reading and math. The school tried intervention through an afterschool program BUT it is the parents who did not want to have their kids come early or stay in school late because it inconvenienced them or felt that their kids were being thought to be 'stupid'.
Another tactic was tried by creating… Continue
Added by Cris Mendoza-Howell on September 10, 2009 at 9:46am —
The Love Song Artist Community is hosting a Blues Art Show
. You'll see art depicting Blues performers and Art with the color blue in it. The show dates are below:
October 10 (Saturday) 3:00 to 6:00 pm
This show is hosted at the Love Song Artist Community site at 263 N. Cedar Ave
. Fresno. Limited off street parking provided!
We are also inviting Blues Musicians to show up during the Saturday Show and belt out… Continue
Added by Art Zocalo on September 10, 2009 at 9:00am —
Today Saturday September 19th there are two great Cultural Celebrations taking place!
The First is the 32nd Annual Fresno Highland Gathering and Games
at Roeding Park. This is an event for the whole family and if you have Celtic roots in Ireland or Scotland you will be filled with renewed pride and respect for your ancestral background! Usually all the clans have a table set up where you can get more information about your particular clan or tribe. You'll also be… Continue
Added by Art Zocalo on September 10, 2009 at 7:30am —
I've been aware of at least one juvenile hawk, Coopers hawk, I think, in the neighborhood. I hear the high pitched skree, even at first light sometimes. Once Rene called and stood with her mouth open after seeing a hawk hit a sparrow in our yard.
I plan to do an image of a bird, hawk, Coopers or Sharp shinned hawk today by igniting gunpowder on paper. Maybe they'll film it for the Ch 26 evening news. Maybe they won't. I'm dong it either way.
Added by robert weibel on September 10, 2009 at 6:10am —
Greetings my fellow artists and art lovers. I am so excited to offer a new way to share all my talented friends with the Valley-at-large through my new TV show Central Valley Arts and Culture
. Our local art community has come a long way in terms of public prominence in the last twenty years, but, I'm sure you'll agree, we can't have too much publicity. Speaking with some artist friends of mine, we decided we needed an outlet that would stress the strength and beauty in our diversity as… Continue
Added by Rebecca Caraveo on September 10, 2009 at 5:08am —
The following are the Art Events I am working on. Please let me know if you would like to participate...you know how it is...the more artsist we have the better!!
It is my goal to show everyone that art makes the world a kinder place. Help me to accomplish this by participating in one or all of these events.
ArtHop on Reedley's G Street
Third Thursday of the month
Set up starts at 4:00 in Pioneer Park on Reedley's G… Continue
Added by Melanie Fountain on September 9, 2009 at 3:51pm —
I am very happy about joining Boba Fusion for their October ArtHop on the 3rd Thursday, October 15th.
I will be showing my Midnight Madness series! I currently have 3 completed, and will have 6 total by Octobers Arthop! This series is very very personal for me and reflects a series of overwhelming emotions that occured in the course of a very long night last summer.
If you are not familiar with Boba Fusion, you should check them out. They are a very cool little fresh fruit… Continue
Added by Christina R Martinez on September 8, 2009 at 8:00pm —
I'm excited to announce I've opened my own violin studio in the Tower District!. I teach Classical/Rock/Fiddle/Irish/Mariachi/Jazz/Improvisation and my students range from 5 to 87, so your never to old to start :)..contact me, or pass this info along to someone who you think is interested..my email is email@example.com or ph. # is 559-375-3559, info is on the flier on well. thank you! - Patrick Contreras
I also will be hosting arthops, October is already booked but the rest are… Continue
Added by Patrick Contreras on September 8, 2009 at 9:23am —