From musical theater actors and visual artists to philharmonic musicians and installation art by Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento’s thriving arts communities will unite in Cesar Chavez Plaza for an interactive celebration of creative work.
Join us at Concerts in the Park on Friday, July 15, for Art Night presented by Professional Arts Leaders of Sacramento (PALS). Mix and mingle with Sacramento’s creative talent, including:
You have seen their performances and displays around town, and now you have the chance to visit with local artists face to face and experience art in-the-making. Here’s a peek at what’s in store…
Experience Solar Poppy, Crocker Art Museum’s large-scale installation blending art and technology designed by Sacramento-based artist, Anthony Padilla. Solar Poppy collects and stores energy from the sun during the day to power the sculpture’s glowing LED lights and USB charging ports. Have a seat and charge up while you enjoy some tunes.
Dress up in colorful stage costumes and hop in a photo booth for some theatrical fun, presented by Capital Stage.
Cool down and get creative by decorating your own B Street Theatre fan. You can use your newly-created masterpiece to keep cool while you groove along to live music.
Tactile explorers will enjoy Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera‘s Instrument Discovery Zone, inviting concertgoers to check out a variety of classical instruments up close and personal.
Activate your artist within as Verge Center for the Arts hosts a playful and creative adult coloring station.
Design your own brand at a stamp carving station by Paper Gold Co., shop jewelry and handmade cards by Ryan Morris, and watch in awe as local artists, Aliyah Sidqe, Carlo Cyphers, and Arturo Romero paint beautiful works before your eyes.