By Andrew Nixon
November 24, 2015
Chris Carlson is the man behind the curtain of a bicycle-mounted puppet theater, “Wetface Puppets.” Take a ride as he wanders the streets of Sacramento. His goal: “mess with people.”
By Melody Stone
October 8, 2015
Concert posters rose in prominence as an art form in the 1960s with colorful psychedelic prints for bands like the Grateful Dead by people like Stanley “Mouse” Miller. Sacramento has its own thriving poster scene on display this month.
By Bob Moffitt
July 21, 2015
The Sacramento City Council has approved a $500,000 Art and Culture fund. The fund was created with the goal of supporting arts in diverse and underserved neighborhoods of the city.
By Ed Joyce
July 8, 2015
Eighteen California state prisons will have arts programs for a second year. One of those prisons is the California State Prison, Sacramento, also known as “new Folsom.”
By Steve Milne
June 26, 2015
Local classical music fans are rejoicing over the return of the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera. The two groups took the last year off from performing to merge into one company. The first concert of the 2015-16 season is Saturday night.
May 29, 2015
Local artists can start submitting proposals for public art that will be displayed at the new arena in downtown Sacramento. A total of $1.5 million dollars in funding is available.
February 19, 2015
Photographer Paul Kitagaki, Jr. spent ten years gathering stories and photos of people interned in Japanese prison camps during World War II. Kitagaki joins Insight to talk about his exhibit, currently showing at the California Museum.