This open house is the perfect opportunity to try your hand (and foot) at ballet with multiple chances throughout the day to experience the Sacramento Ballet’s variety of classes. Offering something for every skill level – ranging from beginning ballet for adults, creative movement classes for the little ones, and open rehearsals for the more experienced – this rare opportunity is not to be missed!
Photo courtesy of Sacramento Ballet.
Margarita Chaplinska brings her swirling, fluid oil paint style to the Tim Collom Gallery during “Aloft.” The internationally-collected Ukrainian artist depicts aerial views of landscapes and moving figures during this exhibit.
After the gallery, grab a delicious bite of Mexican food at Azul, all of your expected favorite plates are present on the menu and cooked to perfection with equally impressive portion sizes!
“Adrift” by Margarita Chaplinska.
The pop-art stylings of illustrator Emory Ensign will share the spotlight with the abstract works of Terry Chunn at The Art Studios on I Street, join find out what happens “When Opposites Collide.” In addition to showcasing these opposing styles, The Art Studios will also offer complimentary popcorn and a table space for kids to create their own art!
Artwork by Emory Ensign.
Old Soul will exhibit the works of Tess Jones in “I Love Color.” As the name implies, the coffee house will host Jones’s vivid use of color across her paintings. Once you’ve explored this varied color palette, don’t forget to indulge your taste palate with some great local coffee!
Artwork by Tess Jones.
What better way to end the day than with the soothing sounds of the Camellia Symphony Orchestra? Across six pieces, the orchestra will explore the connection between “Humanity and Spirituality.”
Photo courtesy of Camilla Symphony Orchestra.