The California Museum exhibit "Light & Noir: Exiles and Emigres in Hollywood, 1933-1950" offers costumes and artifacts from films made by people who left Europe, mostly during World War II, for Hollywood. The exhibit will have clothes and props from "Casablanca," including a suit worn by Ingrid Bergman, as well as a dress worn by Joan Crawford in "Mildred Pierce" and a costume from Marlene Dietrich, as well as many documents.
Local artist and DJ, Larry "DJ Larry" Rodriguez, collaborated with his brother Mike Rodriguez on dumpster art debuted Friday. The Midtown Association and Republic Services hosted the beautification efforts, hoping to bring vibrancy to the area.
Shaun Burner works on a mural Wednesday of his friend and fellow artist and DJ Daniel Osterhoff on a Sacramento building. Osterhoff, also an electronic music DJ, was well regarded and respected in the Sacramento arts community. His influence and murals can be seen at Dad’s Sandwiches, Anthony’s Barbershop, Art Street, Insight Coffee, and R5, among many others. Osterhoff died Saturday at age 37.
More than 200 people spent last Friday volunteering and beautifying the Sacramento Youth Detention Facility for Cesar Chavez National Day of Service, including muralist Anthony Padilla. The facility got a new Sacramento Proud mural and a garden, where the kids learn agricultural and construction skills in preparation for transition to the society upon release.
Sacramento Ballet dancer Anthony Cannarella wore a GoPro camera on his head as he flies as Peter Pan during dress rehearsal. Sacramento Ballet's Peter Pan ballet plays Friday through Sunday at the Sacramento Community Center Theater.
ArtStreet wows visitors on Saturday Feb. 4, 2017. The temporary exhibit, featuring the work of more than 100 artists and performers, is on display until Feb. 25th. It is located at The Mill on Broadway and is free on a first come first serve basis. For more information visit www.m5arts.com.
A Sacramento artists group opens a temporary 'Art Street' exhibit on Friday, Feb. 3. Exhibits include a wide variety of art forms from local and international artists. The group M5 Arts was also behind the wildly popular 2016 Art Hotel, in which artists transformed a former single room occupancy hotel slated for demolition in downtown Sacramento into a giant art showcase. Art Street is located at 300 1st Ave. and runs through Feb. 25.