Trio Seven will perform its all-new transcription of Mussorgsky’s beloved piano work, Pictures at an Exhibition (1874). In it Mussorgsky imaginesa posthumous exhibition of his friend, artist Victor Hartmann, who died suddenly of an aneurysm at the age of 39. It is composed of ten pictures, representing paintings, sketches and architectural concepts by Hartmann, and four promenades, […]

We love arts. You love arts. Arts have been part of Davis Arts Center for as long as we’ve been around — nearly 55 years. All the arts. And, for the last 30 years, all those arts have filled our Arts Center space and community to the brim. So, we decided it was about time […]

Opening Reception Join us for the opening reception for the Eight From ACGA exhibition, on April 25th from 5-7pm. Meet the eight bay area artists: Barbara Andino Stevenson, Natasha Dikareva, Nina Else, Iver Henning, Suzanne M. Long, Kathy Pallie, Susan Press and Gail Ritchie. Light refreshments provided.

BIG DAY OF GIVING – TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2015 The Big Day of Giving (BIGDoG) is a national, online giving campaign to support non-profit organizations. It’s a great day to give, because every donation is increased by a pool of incentive funds! Davis Arts Center relies on donor contributions to provide a significant portion of its […]

The Arts Center needs a new coat of fresh paint! Our building needs paint. Inside and out. It’s a huge job … and a huge cost. We were overjoyed to hear that we have a shot at getting some help. But, it takes YOUR help to get us that help. Davis Arts Center was nominated […]

Ross Thompson’s Website English-born composer and concert guitarist Ross Thompson is a faculty member of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music preparatory division. He has received numerous commissions for original music and is a first prize winner in the American String Teachers Association National Competition. buy tickets

2nd Friday ArtAbout Reception, 6 – 8 pm If you haven’t seen the fabulous Tapigami installation in our gallery, don’t miss this opportunity! Meet Danny Scheible and Maren Conrad and find out how they make their unusual artwork and what drives their artistic process. Pieces by each individual artist, as well as collaborative work, are on display. Click here to […]