Tickets:

All seats are reserved - $17 CAC members; $20 non-members.
Call 775.423.1440 to order tickets for individual performances.
Visa & Mastercard accepted.

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Unless otherwise noted, doors, Art Bar & galleries open at 7:00 PM
Performances begin at 8:00 PM

Directions to the Art Center

Performances

Mike Zito & The Wheel

Mike Zito & The Wheel
August 15, 2015

Named Best Band by Seattle Weekly readers three years in a row, they deliver rockin’ high energy music from twang country to jump blues, from surfThis fiery guitarist won a Blues Music Award for Song of the Year and was also nominated for Best Rock Blues album. The rocking quintet—guitars, vocals, sax, bass, piano and percussion—conjures a white-hot chemistry and promises to deliver a tasty dose of classic electric blues. This free in- the-park concert is sponsored by the Mayor, City Council and City of Fallon.

The Leftover Cuties

The Leftover Cuties
September 26, 2015

They've sparked a fire with music lovers across the country with their songwriting and timeless jazz-tinged sounds combining sultry vocals, pop-perfect songwriting and effervescent musicianship. They fuse vocals, ukulele, keyboards, accordion and percussion into a beguiling mix of elements from a 1930s cabaret or a Manhattan speakeasy into a sparkling, fresh musical vision.

Hot Club of Cowtown

Hot Club of Cowtown
October 23, 2015

The dynamic ensemble was named 2015 Western Swing Group of the Year at the Ameripolitan Music Awards. Drawing upon influences from Django Reinhardt to Bob Wills, from Hot Jazz to Texas Western Swing, and over the course of seven studio albums and performances around the world, the intrepid trio has brought audiences to their feet at venues from Mountain Stage and Prairie Home Companion to Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Storm Large

Storm Large
November 21, 2015

The musician, actor, playwright, author and lead singer for Pink Martini has been hailed as a force of nature performing at venues from Joe's Pub and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to Carnegie Hall. With her band, Le Bonheur, she will create a twenty-first century cabaret, performing original tunes along with subversive and sublime interpretations of classics from the Great American Songbook. This performance is recommended for mature audiences.

Banda Magda

Banda Magda
February 20, 2016

The Brooklyn-based musical collective, founded by Magda Giannikou, moves from Samba to French Chanson, from Greek folk songs to Colombian Cumbia. They capture mid-century pop ballads in cinematic arrangements with unchained musicality, bursting with humor, a quirky sensibility and unflagging energy. NPR named their 2013 CD, Amor t'es La best world music album of the year.

An Evening with the Arts

An Evening with the Arts
March 5, 2016

Our 30th annual fundraising dinner and silent auction featuring a variety of artworks, vacation getaways and other eclectic items donated by local and artists and businesses. The social event of the season!

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Niyaz Featuring Azam Ali
April 9, 2016

Hailed as an evolutionary force in contemporary Middle Eastern music, the ensemble seamlessly blends medieval Sufi poetry and folk songs from around the region with rich acoustic instrumentation and contemporary electronics. Powered by the amazing and ethereal vocals of Azam Ali, the group forges a twenty-first century global trance musical tradition very much all their own.

Break of Reality

Break of Reality
May 14, 2016

The boundary-breaking quartet blends Classical technique and Rock'n'Roll into something that highlights the best of both worlds—from original compositions and J.S. Bach to Radiohead and Metallica. As the divisions between musical genres continue to blur and dissolve, the group is at the forefront of a cross-pollination that represents the future of musical expressions.

Slavic Soul Party!

Slavic Soul Party!
June 18, 2016

The nine-member ensemble has created an acoustic mash-up of Balkan and Gypsy sounds with North American musical traditions. They weave strands of Gospel, Funk, Dub, Jazz and Latin musics into the madcap rhythms and hyperactive horns of their fiery Balkan Brass and Gypsy accordion wizardry. One of the hardest working bands in New York, they perform more than 100 shows a year in North America, Africa, Europe and beyond. This free in-the-park concert is sponsored by the Mayor, City Council and City of Fallon.

Films

Alfred Hitchcock: Three From the '50s

Rear Window

November 6, 2015
Rear Window (1954)

An injured photographer, spying on his neighbors through his apartment window, becomes convinced one has committed murder. This thriller stars James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter and Raymond Burr. It was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Director, Screenplay, Cinematography and Sound. It won an Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best Picture and Grace Kelly received the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress.

Vertigo

November 13, 2015
Vertigo (1958)

This combination of mystery and suspenseful melodrama follows a former SFPD detective with a fear of heights, as he investigates the comings and goings of an old friend's wife. She may be possessed by a dead woman and he slowly becomes infatuated and obsessed with her. It stars James Stewart, Kim Novak and Barbara Bel Geddes. It was nominated for two Academy Awards—Best Sound and Art Direction.

North By Northwest

November 20, 2015
North By Northwest (1959)

A Madison Avenue ad man gets mistaken for a government agent by a group of foreign spies who frame him for murder and pursue him across the country attempting to kill him. Needless to say everything is not as it seems. It stars Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint and James Mason. It received three Oscar nominations including Best Screenplay, Art Direction and Editing. It won the Poe award for Best Picture and Hitchcock was named Best Director by the Director's Guild of America.

Rom-Coms

The Philadelphia Story

January 29, 2016
The Philadelphia Story (1940)

A snooty divorced socialite is gearing up for her second marriage when her first husband and a tabloid journalist show up. A rapid-fire war of words soon ensues as the social butterfly finds herself torn between her ex-husband, her fiancé and the reporter. Directed by George Cukor, it stars Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn and James Stewart. It won Academy Awards for Best Actor and Screenplay, was also nominated for Best Picture, Director, Leading and Supporting Actress.

Manhattan

February 5, 2016
Manhattan (1979)

The life of a twice divorced hack writer for TV who's dating a much younger woman becomes seriously complicated when he falls in love with his best friend's mistress. It was written and directed by Woody Allen and stars Allen, Diane Keaton, Mariel Hemingway and Meryl Streep. It received Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress and Screenplay and was also nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Picture.

Groundhog Day

February 12, 2016
Groundhog Day (1993)

A TV weatherman doing a story on the weather-forecasting critter awakes the following day to discover it's Groundhog Day all over again. He tries to use this to his advantage but realizes he's trapped in a recurring existential limbo. It was directed by Harold Ramis and stars Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell and Chris Elliott. It garnered six Saturn nominations from the Academy of Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy Films with MacDowell winning Best Actress.

Exhibitions

Tawni Shuler

Robert Royhl, How To Be Idle
Collages & Drawings

E.L. Wiegand Gallery
August 15 – November 23, 2015

Eunkang Koh

Eunkang Koh, Human Cache
Prints & Drawings

Classroom Gallery
August 15 – November 23, 2015

Timothy Conder

Timothy Conder/Nick Larsen/Omar Pierce:I Wonder If I Care As Much
Mixed-Media Installation

E.L. Wiegand Gallery
December 4, 2015 – March 12, 2016

Michelle Lassaline

Michelle Lassaline:
Cirque
Recent Paintings & Drawings

Classroom Gallery
December 4, 2015 – March 12, 2016

Mary Warner

Mary Warner, In The Woods
New Paintings

Classroom Gallery
April 8 – August 4, 2016

Cathryn Mallory

Cathryn Mallory, Material Obsession
Fabric & Mixed Media Works

E.L. Wiegand Gallery
April 8 – August 4, 2016

Conversations

Tawni Shuler

Tawni Shuler
September 12, 2015

Talk on "How To Be Idle"

Leftover Cuties

Leftover Cuties
September 26, 2015

"New Directions in Acoustic Jazz/Pop"

Eunkang Koh

Eunkang Koh
October 17, 2015

Talk on "Human Cache"

Hot Club of Cowtown

Hot Club of Cowtown
October 23, 2015

"Evolving Western Swing"

Joseba Zulaika

Joseba Zulaika
November 7, 2015

"Bilbao, Autobiography of a City"

Storm Large

Storm Large
November 21, 2015

"Taken by Storm: Stories & Songs"

Banda Magda

Banda Magda
February 20, 20165

"Around the Globe: Chanson, Samba, Cumbia and Beyond"

Niyaz

Niyaz
April 9, 2016

"Contemporary Middle Eastern Music"

Cathryn Mallory

Cathryn Mallory
April 16, 2016

Talk on "Material Obsession"

Mary Warner

Mary Warner
May 7, 2016

Talk on "In The Woods"

Break of Reality

Break of Reality
May 14, 2016

"Alt-Classical Repertoire for Cello"

June Saraceno

June Saraceno
June 4, 2016

Poetry Reading

Tickets:

All seats are reserved - $17 CAC members; $20 non-members.
Call 775.423.1440 to order tickets for individual performances.
Visa & Mastercard accepted.

Download seating cart

Unless otherwise noted, doors, Art Bar & galleries open at 7:00 PM
Performances begin at 8:00 PM

Directions to the Art Center

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