Arts & Theater

Crocker Art Museum shows student art

Student Nicole Onia’s “Wayne Thiebaud Cupcake Pop Art” is part of the “Stepping Forward” exhibit at the Crocker.
Student Nicole Onia’s “Wayne Thiebaud Cupcake Pop Art” is part of the “Stepping Forward” exhibit at the Crocker. Courtesy of Crocker Art Museum

The “I Can Do That! Artists-in-the-Schools Program” of Sacramento Unified engages students of all abilities in the visual and performing arts. The Crocker Art Museum showcases their work in the “Stepping Forward” exhibit through June 28. Spend some time with the exhibit and see what Albert Einstein meant when he said, “Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” Tuesday-Sunday, $5-$10, children 6 and younger free. 216 O St., Sacramento. (916) 808-7000, www.crockerartmuseum.org.

Janet Vitt

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