Interested in partnering with the Crocker?
Host a Community Art Night
Community Art Nights are 90-minute weeknight programs that ignite the creative spark in students, parents, and educators during a fun, fair-like evening designed to build a positive and unified school community.
More information: crockerart.org/artnight
Is your organization or school interested in offering Crocker Art Museum admission passes for a prize or giveaway? Please provide at least one months' notice and submit your request at crockerart.org/crockerdonations.
Invite us to participate at your event
We participate in community events in a number of ways, from sharing Museum resource information to hosting hands-on art activities. To get started, provide your event details at crockerart.org/outreach.
Be a vendor or a performer at the Crocker
Programmed to engage, entertain, and inspire, the Museum brings art to life with tours, talks, concerts, classes, parties, delights, and surprises for visitors of all ages. If you have an interest in performing at the Crocker, please fill out your details at crockerart.org/performer.
If you are specifically interested in selling or performing at ArtMix, please provide your information here: crockerart.org/artmixperformer.
Request a Crocker Talker
Crocker Talkers are trained outreach docents who travel around the region to educate community groups about the Crocker Art Museum and the opportunities and resources we provide. To request a Crocker Talker for your next group meeting, contact Jan Geiger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rent the Crocker for your event or meeting
The Museum offers a flawless combination of vintage and modern environments, with four distinct event spaces that can accommodate guest lists of all sizes.
More information: crockerart.org/rent-the-crocker
Organize a community exhibition
The Museum boasts an active, on-site Education Center that houses four classrooms, a research library, and galleries for student and community exhibitions. To recognize and support outstanding art by programs in the greater Sacramento region, the Museum partners with schools, community organizations, and statewide agencies to present exhibitions by students and non-professional artists.
The Crocker is committed to reducing barriers and increasing accessibility through its Art Access Initiative, which offers an array of programs and services for members of the community living with autism, chronic pain, terminal illness, hearing loss, blindness and low vision, cognitive impairments, limited mobility, or low income.
More information: crockerart.org/accessibility
Apply for an Art Access Scholarship
Art Access scholarships provide free admission to groups in need.
Complete the form here: crockerart.org/artaccessscholarship