Grand Theatre Center for the Arts
opens the 2017-18 Exhibition Season
|Memoirs from the 6th Great Extinction|
Works by Kim Scott
|September 9th – October 28th|
GWF Energy and Souza Galleries
Kim Scott is a celebrated visual artist and arts educator from Sacramento, California. Memoirs from the 6th Great Extinction features a body of work referencing the endangerment and loss of species and habitats. Through Scott’s romanticized portraits, she explores nature and the human condition. Equally beautiful, mysterious and funny, her paintings move through realism and surrealism incorporating both classical techniques and contemporary adornments.
Saturday, September 9th from noon to 2 p.m.
Gallery Talk with Kim Scott
Saturday, October 7th from noon to 2 p.m.
All of these associated events are free and open to the public!
A Collaborative Artspace with over 40 Artists & Lenders
Hundreds of original works, limited editions and artist-designed products are available at reasonable prices! These unique and high quality items make perfect gifts for birthdays, graduations, anniversaries and special occasions. You can also build your own art collection featuring artists of the region and beyond. Look for a special selection of Halloween-themed works in September and October!
Artists, designers, collectors and gallerists interested in participating in the Co-Op can find more information about on-going exhibition opportunities here.
|Downtown Tracy Artwalk |
Join us for the final Artwalk of the summer on Saturday, September 23rd from 6 to 8:30 p.m.Artists, performers and organizations will be at the Grand and on Central Avenue between 7th and 8th Streets. This free special event is presented in conjunction with the Tracy City Center Association's Wine Stroll. For more information: Artwalk Wine Stroll
|ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAM |
The current class catalog can be downloaded here.
Fall Semester offers classes and workshops in dance, drama, music and visual arts from September 9th through December 16th.
If you are an instructor in dance, drama, music, literary arts, fused glass or visual arts who is interested in teaching at the Grand, the contract instructor handbook can be downloaded here.
For additional information about our interdisciplinary educational offerings, contact Arts Education Program Coordinator Valerie Pavlakis at (209) 831-6279 or email@example.com.
|GALLERY HOURS |
Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
+ 1 hour prior to most Presenting Season performances in the theatres
VISITATION & PARKING
Visitors may be dropped off and picked up in the loading zone at the front entrance on Central Avenue. Free parking is available on nearby streets and public lots at 6th Street and Central Avenue. Disabled parking is available on 7th Street.
Tours are available, and private or group gallery talks can be arranged. The galleries are accessible to persons with disabilities and patrons are asked to call ahead to address special requests and needs.
209.831.6278 | www.atthegrand.org/exhibitionsprogram
JOIN THE GRAND FAN CLUB!
Introducing a new way to be a part of the Grand in the 2017-18 Season! It’s $25, and we’re reinvesting that support right back into the Fan Club! This will allow us to connect in fun and innovative ways. You’ll be invited to Fan Club Only events where we can socialize, sharing time and stories with each other. There will be surprises including community recognition, Invitations to Grand Fan Club Only Special Events, swag bag Fan Club card, and Fan Club Newsletter! Simply put, we appreciate you and the Grand is stronger with you on our team. Join now!
We thank you for your continued interest and support of our programming! Together we make the Grand truly unique in the State of California and a model collaborative arts project for other communities across the nation.
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