Begin your day with a bit of energy this Saturday during the Buddhist Church of Sacramento’s Japanese Bazaar. From taiko drums to dancers and singers, this is more than just an entertaining day of cultural arts, it’s a educational experience for the whole family with demonstrations of hand-made dolls, calligraphy, and more. And did we mention all the freshly prepared food!?
See four exhibitions under one roof at Viewpoint Photographic Art Center! From film-like noir scenes to images that highlight the smallest details, these photographic exhibitions are an opportunity to gain new perspective courtesy of four unique Sacramento artists.
Experience Burning Man without having to leave the city with this waterfront fun. Summer Spark at Miller Park will feature fire art alongside music, games, and bites during the day before transforming into a night of fire performances, EDM, and plenty of dancing!
“Beauty From Ashes” is a powerful body of work from Wide Open Walls muralist Shane Grammer reflecting a hopeful portrayal of the devastation and beauty following the Camp Fire of 2018. Capital Public Radio hosts these works, which aim to elicit hope in rebuilding after the fire, with a reception featuring complimentary wine pours.
You can also be on the cutting edge of Sacramento’s mural scene this year at The Urban Hive’s Art Market where the unveiling of seven new murals will take place! If being in the know isn’t enough, this incredible event also features food trucks and a cash bar, local artists and vendors selling their pieces, and space to try your hand at spray painting and scratching vinyl.