Two new exhibitions open in the Carnegie Arts Center’s Lobby Galleries We are excited to present two new exhibitions opening in the Lobby Galleries this month that amplify and explore the idea of heroism. The exhibitions will be on view from October 16, 2019 through January 26, 2020. In the Lower Lobby is Heroes Real […]Read more "New Lobby Exhibitions Feature Heroes"
The Carnegie Arts Center is offering two exciting opportunities to learn more about the pastel medium in conjunction with the current exhibition The Fine Art of Pastels (on view through May 26). Sunday, May 12, at 2 p.m. is a presentation by artist Ginny Burdick whose work is included on the exhibition. Ginny lives and […]Read more "Pastel Presentations this Spring"
Call for Entries, Deadline: February 3, 2019 The Fine Art of Pastels is a juried exhibition meant to highlight both the demanding technical aspects and the lively spirit inherent in this popular medium. Entries will be accepted from throughout the United States. The exhibition will be juried by well-known pastel artist Terri Ford. More than […]Read more "Call to Pastel Artists!"
With the opening reception just around the corner, juror Ted Orland has made selections for the awards in the Valley Focus: On Photography show. Be sure to join us on Thursday, January 18, from 5-8 p.m. to celebrate! Award winners are: Best of Show: Michael Frye (Mariposa), Orchard with Sunbeams and Fog, Sacramento Valley Awards […]Read more "Photo Awards Announced"
In a series of annual exhibitions called Valley Focus, the Carnegie Arts Center has celebrated the variety of artistic creativity found in California’s Central Valley. This year the show features works by the area’s most accomplished photographers. From more than 250 entries, 80 pieces by 48 individual artists were selected, representing the very best images […]Read more "Valley Focus: On Photography"
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 […]Read more "New Exhibition: Pacific Currents"
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 […]Read more "Ready, Set, Show! Young Artists Go on View"