ArtMix | CrockerCon

Thursday, September 12, 2019
6 – 9:30 PM

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The Crocker is being invaded by writers, artists, exhibitors, and comic lovers celebrating the art and influence of comics in pop culture. Full of enthralling sights, sounds, and costumed capers, this all-ages evening of dress-up, art demos, cosplay, games, music, dancing, and panel talks will be out of this world.

Please note, guns of any kind are not allowed on Museum property. For the safety of our guests and the art, full-face masks and objects protruding more than 12 inches from the body – including wings, swords, lightsabers, and backpacks – are not allowed in the galleries.

Information

$10 members
$20 nonmembers
Free for Associate members and above

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Register by clicking the REGISTER button above or visit the Museum Admission Desk. Online registration will close at 3 PM on September 12th. Tickets may be purchased at the door.


Parking at the Crocker can be impacted during large events. To ensure an easy parking experience during your visit, we suggest using street parking (metered) on 3rd Street, Front Street, or N Street to avoid City of Sacramento parking lot congestion. Smartphone users can also download the ParkMobile app to find and pay for parking. The Museum is also easily accessible by Sacramento Regional Transit’s Light Rail. Stops at 8th & O streets and at 8th & K streets are the closest.

If your parking experience does not meet expectations, please email customerservice@crockerart.org


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Rent the Crocker

Whether hosting your wedding or a corporate reception, the Crocker Art Museum is the perfect canvas for your special event. Our unique setting and exceptional service guarantees an unparalleled experience. Please contact the Events Department for more information.

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Conversations That Matter: Immigration

A dynamic panel talk and community discussion on immigration in California, connecting to the themes found in Chiura Obata and Race to Promontory.

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