• Caroline Valdez, Tribute to SAMO. Acrylic, paint pen, and oil pastel, Grade 10
    Youth Art Month
    A Student Exhibition
    February 27, 2020 — March 22, 2020
Xavier Jones, Sun City. 2018, Oil pastel and sharpie marker, Mesa Verde High School, Grade 10
Julisa Lopez, La Danza Azteca. Watercolor and colored pencil, Grade 12
Audrey Dudley, Road Trip. 2018, Mixed media, Mesa Verde high School, grade 11

A state-wide program presented by the California Art Education Association, Youth Art Month celebrates exceptional art education programs through the professional display of student artwork. The Crocker Art Museum is proud to serve as the exhibition venue for Sacramento-area students.

The Official Rogue Book Club

For Mental Health Month, we are taking on ​"Marbles" ​by cartoonist Ellen Forney, which explores the relationship between “crazy” and “creative.”

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Icons in Conversation: Alison Saar

Known for her powerful sculptures and prints that illuminate narratives of the African Diaspora, Saar’s work is featured in collections across the world.

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