– To our Valued Patrons and Partners –
We are excited that Stanislaus County has entered the Red Tier for public health restrictions, so our gallery is allowed to open at reduced capacity (25%).
Open hours, beginning March 31:
WEDNESDAY – SATURDAY, 10 A.M. 5 P.M. & SUNDAY, 11 A.M. – 4 P.M.
We expect our visitors to wear a mask while inside the building and practice social distancing between groups. We will limit attendance to no more than 40 visitors in the Ferrari Gallery at any one time, and the Gift Shop is open for no more than three customers (or one family group) at a time.
Our new Ferrari Gallery exhibition will be open March 31-May 23. In the Fields of the North/En los campos del norte includes more than 50 photographs by artist/journalist David Bacon that capture many aspects of the lives of migrant farm workers in the U.S. The images are amplified by the personal stories of some of these workers, relating their experiences, hopes and fears.
Our Lobby Gallery exhibition, Surfaces: Works by Kate Jackson, Dana Mano-Flank, Denise Oyama Miller and Michelle Park, is on view through April 25. For those who can’t visit us in person, this show and several others can be seen in our Virtual Exhibition Gallery, accessible by clicking on the Exhibitions tab above. While we wait for the chance to gather for live activities again, we can offer recordings of artist talks and fun virtual Family Fridays with videos available on our Facebook page.
Keep an eye on our social media pages, sign up for our e-newsletter, or check here on our website for up-to-date information. As always, feel free to call our office with any questions (209-632-5761, x104).
With sincere thanks to our wonderful 2020-21 Season Sponsors, loyal members, and generous supporters, we look forward to being able to see everyone soon. Please help slow the spread!
Lisa McDermott, Director
Updated information on the State of California’s re-opening blueprint, with searchable details by county, can be found here: https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/
Check out the Call For Entries to find out how you can enter.
Manuel Garcia, a farm worker from Esteli, Nicaragua, shows the the juice from trimming tobacco plants on his hands and arms. Manuel García, un trabajador agrícola de Estelí, Nicaragua, muestra sus manos y brazos manchadas de jugo por recortar las plantas de tabaco. Photograph by David Bacon
Take home a memento to help you remember your visit to the Carnegie Arts Center and visit the gift shop where you will find one of a kind artworks from local artists along with items relating to the current exhibition.
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