Arts & Culture

Beaux Stratagem play comes to ARC

The American River College theatre will showcase “The Beaux Stratagem” April 21 through 29; it is originally produced by George Farquhar in England in 1707. The play…


The art of observation

There is a Renaissance happening in Sacramento. The arts have found a home in what was once considered a cowtown, a cultural graveyard. This Renaissance…




Review: “Breaking The Code”

The play production “Breaking The Code” recently ran for two weeks at American River College, presenting a spectacularly performed show about a man that most people…


Spirit in Stone

The Kaneko Art Gallery will present  the third of its four shows this spring semester through April 14. This show’s theme “Spirit in Stone” includes…



Artist Unity Lewis preserves black art

“It’s not just about the art, it’s about the community.” That’s the idea that art instructor Unity Lewis stressed during a lecture held March 15…


Theater Production performed in Colorado!

The American River College theater production department, which included the cast and crew for the show “Cabaret Gala,” returned from its trip to the top…


Art display: Old Mixed with the New

Janet Paluch describes her art on display at American River College, as a combination of “old mixed with the new.” Her work is loaded with…



Students Submit Work for the ARR Publication:

The American River Review is accepting art submissions for its annual literary magazine, which features different categories like prose, poetry, fashion, culinary and visual arts….