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Color Me Mine offers painting on ceramics for all ages. Stop in to enjoy a fun family atmosphere. Choose from hundreds of ceramic shapes and dozens of colors to paint with!
Capital Stage was founded as the Delta King Theatre in 1999. At that time, the company was a division of the Riverboat Delta King, performing in the riverboat's intimate, 115-seat theatre.
The Crocker Art Museum is dedicated to promoting an awareness of and enthusiasm for human experience through art. To fulfill its mission, the Crocker Art Museum collects, preserves, exhibits, and interprets outstanding works
The Sacramento Youth Symphony has a long, distinguished history of educating and advancing the musical skills of the youth of our communities.
Studio T Urban Dance Academy is an elite training facility for dancers of all ages and skill levels.
Most parents can spot a little acting in their teens; after all, teens can be extremely dramatic during adolescence. But really, is your teen a creative performer with an imagination that runs toward becoming a professional actor?
Building from our popular Studio for Young Actors Summer Program, B Street has created a year-round theatre education program to foster creativity, confidence and team building... plus have a whole lot of fun!
Our mission is to employ our collaborative group of artists to create passion fueled, exciting theatre that is a dramatic experience for both the people working on it and for the people who come to see it.
Roseville California, the location for Non-Profit Organization Blue Line Arts, is an active community resource established over 45 years ago to promote the arts.
The daily programs offered at BUSY BEE are play based and flexible, yet planned. They vary with the child’s age, but all children are exposed to at least two art activities a day, music, science, fine and gross motor activities, language developme...
California Musical Theatre is Northern California’s premiere producer and presenter of musical theatre – the largest nonprofit musical theatre in California.
Ray Tatar has been with the California Arts Council for 21 years, He is the Manager of the Organizational Grants Program and has special expertise in theater. He is the founding Director of the Los Angeles Theater Alliance,
Founded in 1986 Celebration Arts is a multi-cultural, multi-discipline performing arts organization located in Sacramento. It is well known for developing raw talent and presenting high quality performances.
Christian Youth Theater (CYT) is an after-school theater arts training program for students ages 4 - 18. Since its founding in 1981 in San Diego California, CYT has grown to be the largest youth theater in the nation.
Improv comedy theater offering shows, classes, and private entertainment. Our flagship show, ComedySportz, is an all ages show featuring two teams who compete for audience laughs and points.
Our program offers something for everyone — from cooking classes and wellness seminars to gardening workshops and farm to fork events — to make connections about important food, health and environmental issues.
The Davis Art Center is a gathering place for dynamic engagement with the arts. Through multidisciplinary classes and programs for the regional community, the Art Center inspires creative expression in people of all ages
To conserve the Classic American Musical art form. DMTC will endeavor to produce quality, affordable, family-oriented theatrical musicals open to all peoples.
Drama Kids is the fastest growing afterschool drama program in the USA. A wide variety of fun drama activities that develops public speaking skills, acting skills, and confidence make this a must do activity for ALL!
E Street Studios and Gallery is a comprised of a very talented bunch of seasoned artists making a difference in the art community!
The Elk Grove Fine Arts Center provides a place for the community and artists to come together in the education, appreciation and enjoyment of fine art and fine arts events. Ongoing workshops, classes, Studio
IMAX theatres provide an enhanced movie going experience perfect for field trips or a fun night out of the house.
Evelyn Moore Community Center is a small center near 35th Avenue and Freeport Blvd at Argonaut Park. The newly-remodeled center has a large room suitable for meetings & birthday parties and an activity room for classes & small gatherings.
Roller skating at its best. Air-conditioned for your comfort. Beautiful hard wood skating surface. Family owned and operated for over 40 years. Great place to celebrate a birthday. Skate party packages are available.
Fusion International Arts Center is a “fusion” learning center – where you can take a class in water color, then hip hop dance and end learning a language like English, Spanish, French or Russian.
The Hawkins School opened its doors in January of 1987 as the “Deirdre Hawkins School of Dance” in a small historic house formerly known as “Emma’s Place.” Ten years later, it expanded its class offerings with acting.
Moore’s Shou Shou is an application art. We use the fighting styles of seven different animals to develop fighting skills. It’s called an application art because we have eliminated all the wasted
Moore’s Shou Shou is an application art. We use the fighting styles of seven different animals to develop fighting skills. It’s called an application art because we have eliminated all the wasted motion
Mosaic Acting Academy is run by Charlie Holliday. This academy offers camera and theatre workshops as well as improv classes to students high school age and above.
Music in the Park is a summer concert series sponsored by the all volunteer organization, Performing Arts of Roseville with the goal of providing high quality art performances to all. The free concerts are held in Royer Park