In Your Dreams

 Lobby Exhibit To coincide with the exhibition, Joan Miró: Fantastic Universe, The Carnegie Arts Center is presenting a juried exhibition titled “In Your Dreams” in the Lobby Gallery. For this exhibition, we are showing works that reflect the influence of dreams on the artist’s work. Artists from throughout California entered works in a wide variety ofContinue reading “In Your Dreams”

Symbols in Surrealism:A Discussion

Sunday, October 26 at 2 p.m. FREE The Carnegie Arts Center will host a free Sunday Arts Lecture, a discussion on Symbols in Surrealism. Presented through the generous donation of Turlock’s own CSU Stanislaus, the discussion will feature CSU Art Professor Hope Werness and CSU English Professor John Carroll. With these experts in the fieldsContinue reading “Symbols in Surrealism:A Discussion”

Turlock’s Carnegie Center Brings Schoolkids to Art

TURLOCK — Coloring a free-form owl in bright orange and purple, Patterson fourth-grader Joselyn Lainez was following in the footsteps of surrealist masters. “You could do anything with art. You could splash colors!” Joselyn said, recapping the art history synopsis given to students before markers were handed out. The studio project served as the hands-onContinue reading “Turlock’s Carnegie Center Brings Schoolkids to Art”


Paul Mehling & Le Jazz Hot of the Hot Club of SF Coming to Turlock! On Tuesday, October 14, 2014 The Carnegie Arts Center is pleased to announce Le Jazz Hot! The quartet of the Hot Club of SF has been bringing gypsy jazz to the SF Bay area -and the world- since 1989. FeaturingContinue reading “LIVE JAZZ AT THE CARNEGIE ARTS CENTER”

Welcome to the Carnegie Arts Center Blog!

Since 1979, the Carnegie Arts Center has served the city of Turlock with its excellent arts programs, exhibits, and events. The beautiful facilities are a place where people come together to celebrate the many genres of art, including dance, music, and theatre. Right now, visitors can experience the acclaimed work of Spanish painter and sculptorContinue reading “Welcome to the Carnegie Arts Center Blog!”