Over Memorial Day weekend, TUBE. had the opportunity to drop anchor at the inaugural First Festival in West Sacramento’s River Walk Park. The festival featured…View More Dropping Anchor at the (First) First Festival
We caught up with Jared Konopitski, a local Sacramento artist, to ask about the inspiration for his art and career. Konopitski’s recent artwork has been inspired by multiple things,…View More Being an Art Weirdo with Jared Konopitski
For the months of February and March, the quaint cottage-like coffee shop, Insight, features Logan Fessler’s “No Past, No Future” solo exhibit. Antique portraits collaged…View More An Artistic Collaboration with the Dead: Breathing New Life into Vintage Portraits
Now through July 27th, 2013 come vist the Brickhouse Gallery and check out their newest venture “1,000 Bowls to Feed the Hungry” The vision for…View More Brickhouse Galley – 1,000 Bowls to Feed the Hungry
Common House Productions is just shy of its first birthday, but watching their two currently running comedies, you wouldn’t know it. The Davis-based theater company’s…View More A lot to love about Common House
The Arctic Circle has always been a place of dreams for Westerners: Ancient Greeks searched out a source of tin, Dark Age Vikings explored with…View More “My Own Art Therapy Project”: Laura Hohlwein and the Illustrious Quadruple Threat
Adam Wever-Glen hasn’t been painting for long, however, he is creating a bit of a stir. His large “mugshot” style portraits are painted realistically, but offer…View More Adam Wever-Glen captures the soul.