Reflecting, a series of paintings from artist Donna Wayman is currently on exhibit at the Carnegie Arts Center.
Pablo Picasso is most famous for his abstract and cubist paintings, but over the course of his life he dipped his hands in clay and produced an estimated 4,000 pieces of ceramic pottery. Now, a sampling of those works can be seen with the opening of the Carnegie Art Center's Picasso exhibit.
Modesto Junior College is ushering in the return of faculty driven art shows with an exhibit featuring the works of a dozen professors and lecturers.
Melissa Akin describes the time she spent in her garden as a respite from the rest of the world and she remembers taking a certain amount of pride in seeing it spring into a harvest of vegetables and bouquets of flowers.
The Carnegie Arts Center is bringing author and illustrator Doug Hansen to town Friday for a night of stories and fables.
The natural beauty present in Yosemite serves as the inspirational point for the collection of artists included in the Carnegie Art Center's "Yosemite Renaissance XXVIII."
Whenever education budgets get tightened, art programs are often the first to get cut. It is a harsh reality that John Griswold discovered through his years in the performing arts industry.
Registration is open for art, dance, and theater camps being offered at the Carnegie Arts Center and a beginning modeling class through the City of Turlock Recreation Department.
The creative endeavors of visual artists, poets, musicians, and the like will be showcased Monday in the Blue Owl Event.
When San Francisco 49ers quarterback and hometown hero Colin Kaepernick kissed his bicep after a touchdown run during the team's NFC Championship season, he started a Niner Nation sensation called "Kaepernicking." Although football season is over, Kaepernick's iconic pose is still inspiring fans.
The awe-inspiring majesty of Yosemite National Park is just as inspiring to artists around the world and a collection of their works is currently on display at the park's art gallery.
The works of dozens of artists will be on display, as well as the creative process behind their works, during the Stanislaus County Artist Open Studio Tour.
Entries are being sought for the 2013 Spring Juried Art Show, a collaboration of the Turlock City Arts Commission and the Carnegie Arts Center.
The Carnegie Arts Center is opening an exhibit from former California State University, Stanislaus professor and artist John Barnett, focusing on his body of works that find the beauty in the smallest elements of nature.
In its first 15 months of operation the Carnegie Arts Center brought in nearly $2 million in endowment pledges, hosted multiple exhibits that drew in more than 15,000 visitors, and ended the year with a revenue surplus, according to the Center's first annual report.