CALAVERAS COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL

 

Artist Studio Tour

Saturday & Sunday

September 26 & 27

We are now accepting applications for this year's Artist Studio Tour.  Get in on this chance to open your studio to art lovers from the Mother Lode and beyond. 

CLICK HERE to find more information and complete the application process. 

Arnold Art, Music & Wine Festival

Cedar Center, Arnold

Event Date: August 15, 2p - 6-p

Click here for more information and to download the application. 

For further information contact:

Tami Rakstad-Schaner

209.795.3530

trakstad@sbcglobal.net

Music in the Parks

Wednesdays

June 17 - August 19

Come out and enjoy your community parks, friends, neighbors and FREE live music.  What better way to unwind on your summer Wednesday evenings? Click here for schedule and locations.

These shows are free however donations are welcome. We will "pass the bucket" at each show.

If you prefer to make a donation using your credit card or PayPal account.  You can do so here

Cajun Fete

August 1, 5p - 10p

The Pioneer Hotel, Sheep Ranch

Click here to buy tickets now for this FUNdraising event that includes a cajun-style dinner, live entertainment, silent auction, and more.

Click here to get your tickets now!

 

by Martha Wallace

July 2015

Week long sessions

Basic drawing and painting classes offered by Martha Wallace in her Murphys studio.

Go to our ARTS EDUCATION page for more information.

   

Music in Shutter Tree Park

Fridays, June 12 - July 17

6:30p - 8p

Mokelumne Hill Community Historical Trust with funding assistance from the Calaveras Community Foundation

presents this five week music event in Mokelumne Hill.

Bring a dish for the town pot luck, relax and enjoy the music.

For a full listing of bands, go to our events page, Local Music Events

 

 



 

Calaveras County Arts Council -  P.O. Box 250 -  22 N. Main Street  -  San Andreas, CA  95249

209.754.1774 - arts@goldrush.com

 

The Calaveras County Arts Council is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation.  Founded in 1981, our purpose is to coordinate excellence in the presenting and promotion of the visual and performing arts of all cultures for artists, residents and visitors.  Our staff is comprised of an executive director, a consultant grant writer, and a part-time assistant under the direction of an 11-member volunteer Board of Directors.  FIN 94-2779793