Pacific Currents is a juried, all media exhibition that seeks to explore the variety of ways contemporary artists have been inspired or influenced by the arts of Asia. From the adoption of Japanese ceramic techniques in 17th century porcelain to the wild enthusiasm shown by Impressionist painters for Japanese woodblock prints, Western artists have long […]
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Call for Entries, Deadline: December 3, 2017 In a series of annual exhibitions, the Carnegie Arts Center has celebrated the variety of artistic creativity found in California’s Central Valley. This year the show will feature works by the area’s most accomplished photographers. Entries will be accepted from throughout California and the exhibition will be juried […]
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Have you been looking for a creative activity for your child in the Turlock area? Here we are! Maybe you have tried music lessons, gymnastics, karate, and more without finding the right activity for your creative youngster. Painting, drawing, sculpture or crafts could be the answer. Give art classes a try and let the creativity […]
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Shigemasa Higashida, Waterfall Lidded Vessel, 2012, glazed stoneware, Collection of Gordon Brodfuehrer, Photo courtesy of Katie Gardner. The Carnegie Arts Center is excited to announce Nature, Tradition, and Innovation: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Gordon Brodfuehrer Collection will be opening in the Ferrari Gallery in September. The exhibition is an engaging, thought-provoking, and interdisciplinary […]
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At the Carnegie Arts Center we are preparing for another exciting season of world-class exhibitions, educational programs, entertaining events, and service to the community. We invite you to join us!
We are seeking sponsors for our 2017-18 season. Included with sponsorship is advertising recognition in our printed program, On View at the Carnegie. The season program presents the exhibition schedule of international and regionally acclaimed artists along with a preview of engaging lectures, classes, concerts, films and family events planned for the season (September 2017 through August 2018). Businesses and individuals who become sponsors will be recognized as a supporter of one of this region’s most important educational and cultural assets.
Did you know?
- Carnegie scholarships provide an 85% cost reduction for low-income students.
- More than 3,000 school students, from schools throughout Stanislaus, Merced and San Joaquin Counties, participate in our popular Discover Art field trip program each year.
- The School Bus Fund pays the cost of transportation for any class that requests a field trip.
- Over 100 students, grades K-12, participate in the annual youth exhibition, Ready, Set, Show!
- Partnerships with regional organizations such as Central West Ballet, Modesto Symphony, LightBox Theatre Company, MoSt Poetry Center, and CSU Stanislaus, allow the Carnegie to present low or no-cost performances of music, theater, dance and poetry for all ages.
Season Sponsors help us cover costs for these important activities and more!
On View at the Carnegie 2016-17, featuring our most recent season sponsors, has already gone out to over 2,000 Carnegie visitors and serves as an informative resource all year long. Our e-newsletter is sent to more than 2,500 readers twice each month, while our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter sites have an additional 2,600 followers and provide a platform for ongoing sponsor recognition. Top tier sponsors ($1,000 and up) are featured on the entrance wall of the Ferrari Gallery for the entire season of exciting exhibitions. A complete list of sponsor benefits for tax-deductible donations ranging from $250 to $10,000 is available on our website, here.
The deadline to secure sponsorship is July 31, so don’t delay in getting your confirmation to us.
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The Carnegie Arts Center will once again host a children’s art exhibition in Downtown Turlock this summer. Children in grades K-12 are invited to present their creative work to the public in the Carnegie’s Ferrari Gallery, a museum-quality exhibition space. Entry forms are available via the Carnegie website or at the Carnegie gallery. See below […]
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The Express Yourself! Justin Ferrari Scholarship Fund is part of the Carnegie’s commitment to engage youth in the arts. This need-based scholarship supports students wishing to pursue any classes in art, dance, theater or writing at the Carnegie. With a simple application and one supporting letter from a teacher, counselor, social worker, pastor, or other […]
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