We are so excited about 52 HUES which will be at the 1810 Gallery. This is the largest group show they have held to date, 56 panels created by 28 artists (they added a few artists on last minute) which are all $200 and under. This is going to be a killer show.
Oak Park’s brand new event, First Friday, will be taking its first strides towards its future greatness on December 4th! First Friday will be an art and music centered event that celebrates the culture of Oak Park and its local businesses. Broadway Coffee will be holding their first music event, featuring artists Xochitl, Sound Perception and Kennedy Wrose. There will also be different events at different businesses, such as Sub-versions Skate Shop and The Brickhouse Gallery. Come support this brand new event!
Bring your dancing shoes and out-of-this-world moves to Sol Collective this Friday, December 5th. The Sacramento Young Feminists Alliance is holding another fantastic event for high schoolers all around Sacramento. Students will be dancing in their space-themed dress from 7pm-11pm. Bring $5 and your student ID. Don’t miss out on this one!
Saturday, December 5th from 11:00-3:00 at the California Automobile Museum.
Locally made goods, artwork, records, vintage and other crafty bits will all be available for purchase. Live music from local musicians and libations are all part of the fun. Plus, entry to the museum is free if you say you are there for TUBE.! See you there!
The is helping women, transgender, and femmes by giving them an opportunity to learn about bikes and bike mechanics. WTF cyclists and SBK volunteers will be coming together on Sunday, December 6 at 5pm to give a supportive place to learn more about bicycles.
Third Space Art Collective’s last all ages show of the year! Three amazing artists, $10 (advance, $13 at the door). The Garden is a conceptual punk rock band from Orange County, constantly evolving and amazing their fans. Male Gaze is, well, Male Gaze. (This is a compliment.) Kaz Mirblouk is a garage rock band from Los Angeles. Come through and let this psych-punk show knock your socks off!