arts

By people of color, for everyone

Each Thursday, B Street Theatre at the Sofia hosts the virtual event Re-Imagine, with the tagline “By Us. For Everyone.” The event—currently virtual but with intent to be on the stage post-pandemic—highlights performers and artists of color.

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On the fast track

The Atrium, a new arts nonprofit, pulls in city money and builds political clout The sunlight is fading on the Old Sacramento waterfront as a…


A living quilt

A Santa Rosa-based artist creates an inspirational flower bed in Sacramento’s Sojourner Truth Park This “quilt” was sown, not sewn. Threaded with double meanings, it’s…


Halloween horror story

Sacramento’s B Street Theatre presents a slasher flick, filmed in real time Are you looking for something spooky this week that doesn’t require you to…


When will the show go on?

Editor’s note: Science and surveys suggest how tough it will be to get theatergoers to return during COVID-19 pandemic In Sacramento and across the country,…




Heart to Art with Cloudy

Cloudy writes poetry about love, sexuality, Black bodies, romance, police brutality and self harm. And she’s only 17 years old. It was Chianne Rhodes Carrier’s…


Culture shock

Axis Gallery is among the arts institutions across Sacramento finding ways to face financial difficulties from COVID-19 closures When Richard Gilles first stumbled across Axis…


Stimulus check

Mayor Steinberg has a plan for spending $89 million from the feds The city of Sacramento was fortunate to get $89 million from the $2…