Natomas Arts

Celebrating all things ART in Natomas!

8th Annual N magazine Cover Artist Show

Cover Artist Show – Benefiting the Friends of the Library, the Community Center and the Natomas Gallery Project
Saturday May 25,  5:00-7:00 p.m.
South Natomas Community Center
2921 Truxel Road

See the actual art from the 2012-13 N magazine cover artists and meet the artists.  Free to attend, bring your family and friends.   This is a fundraiser for the Friends of the Library, the Community Center and to introduce a new campaign to create a public art gallery in Natomas. Specific art pieces will be auctioned to benefit the Friends of the Library.

Check out the Natomas Arts Events Calendar for additional arts related events.

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2nd Annual Natomas Harvest the Arts is this Weekend.

Saturday and Sunday, October 13 & 14, 2012   10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

South Natomas Community Center and Library
(2921 Truxel Road, Sacramento, CA 95833)

** New for 2012 **

 Food

Poetry Reading

Drum Circle (bring a drum and join in!)

Crafter’s Bazaar

Cutest Pet Contest
(bring a photo and some information about your pet to enter.  Photos will be posted in the South Natomas Community Center and voting will take place during the festival)

And returning for another year:  Chalk Art, Artist Demos and Lessons, Performing Arts, Live Music, Aerosol Art, Michael’s Arts  and Crafts and more…

Free to attend!  Fun for the whole family!

Artists welcome too! If you haven’t already registered  to do chalk art, it’s not too late. Registration forms will be available at the festival for additional chalk artists for Saturday and/or Sunday.

Visit www.natomasharvestthearts.org for more information.

 


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2nd Annual Natomas Harvest the Arts Festival is October 13 & 14, 2012

The 2nd annual Natomas Harvest the Arts Festival is scheduled for October 13 & 14 at the South Natomas Community Center and LIbrary.  The festival is FREE to attend.

Natomas Harvest The Arts is an annual fund raising arts festival organized by the Natomas Harvest of Inspiration, a California non-profit, to raise funds to purchase materials and supplies for selected projects that educate and train Natomas youth in the fine arts, performing arts, vocational arts, and other creative endeavors.

The entire Natomas community will benefit from the inspiration of watching artists and skilled craftspeople create works of art before their very eyes.  We hope to creatively inspire everyone who attends.  The funds we grant will fund projects that teach skills, talents, trades or crafts to the young people of the Natomas community.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get involved.  Whatever crafts, trades, or skilled labor we have in our community, we want to teach it, demonstrate it, or celebrate it!

New for 2012: Drum Circle, Poetry Reading, Crafter’s Bazaar and Food!.  Returning for this year: Chalk Art, Artist Demos and Lessons, Performing Arts, Live Music, Aerosol Art, Michael’s Arts and Crafts and more…

The festival is looking for more artists (for chalk art, panel art, lessons and/or demo’s), artisians, skilled craft workers, sponsors, volunteers, craft vendors, informational booths,  and more.    Please visit the Natomas Harvest the Arts website for more information or to sign up.

 

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Celebrate Natomas 2012

Date: Saturday September 8, 2012
Time: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Description:   Enjoy the afternoon with friends & neighbors at this fun and  FREE community festival!  This year, there are bounce houses, arts & crafts, the Gallery Project (an art gallery featuring local artists), kids’ activity areas, some of the best food trucks in the region, a beer garden with tasty Sierra Nevada brews,  local bands and performers and over 130 community booths!

Free parking is available at Natomas High School and RT will operate shuttle service between that lot and the event.

The Gallery Project will be inside the community center during the Celebrate Natomas event. This one day gallery is a prelude to a permanent public art gallery in Natomas.   More information about the Gallery Project can be found here.

Visit the  Celebrate Natomas website for more information.

 

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