It's that time of the month again! 2nd Saturday events brought to you by the Downtown Grid's newsletter. Hope to see you roaming the calles!
It's another Second Saturday Art Walk this Sat. June 13th starting at 6pm. There are incredible shows lined up, which we've highlighted here.
The Grid Team will be in front the MARRS Building (20th & J) with our Grid Wheel. Stop by for the chance to spin and win! We'll also be giving out our Grid Maps to guide you through the Central City!
- The Grid Team
Artifacts907 K St There’s some incredible talent from SF, LA to New York City in this show including creative minds like Micah Lindberg, Annie Madison, Dan Osterhoff, Mario Hugo and Ryan Pappas. 5-10pm
Verge Gallery 1900 V St Museum of Love by Daniel Johnston, in a 3 decade survey of the work of one of pop culture's most controversial artists.6-10pm
Bitchin' Space2114 19th St Featuring more than 30 California artists who painted skate decks for this three-day summer show. There also will be the Scion art car, a retro board collection, a visit from Blood Wizard Skateboard Company, skaters and more. Noon-10pm
Buy Out Sell Out (Bows & Arrows) 1712 L St (18th & L) A HUGE ART AND FASHION BAZAAR that takes place 4 times a year. 20+ local artist and designers. 3-10pm
Viewpoint Photographic Art Center 2015 J St (21st & J) Annual Member Exhibit. The images in this show highlight the diversity of photographic art created by Viewpoint members. 5-10pm
Vox Sacramento, 1931 H Grand Midtown opening celebration with “She” featuring music from Reggie Ginn and Ricky Berger. 5-10pm
Solomon Dubnick Gallery 2050 20th St (20th & J) Natural Conditions featuring works by Annie Murphy Robinson (above image). Also Coming and Going a retrospective of wood sculpture by Barbara Spring. noon-9pm
Axis Gallery 1517 19th St (19th & O) Anywhere but Here by Patricia Wood. New mixed-media paintings. 6-9pm
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Art Walk Maps are new and improved on the back-side of our latest Shop the Grid Maps.
FREE TICKETS Sacramento French Film Festival: June 19th - 28th We have 19 pairs of tickets to give away. See blog for details.
Meet us at the Art Walk 1050 20th (J & 20th) The Grid Team will be in front of Asha Yoga (MARRS Building) giving out Grid Maps and info on all your favorite local businesses! Stop by and spin the Grid Wheel for a chance to win! See video.
Rail Bridge Cellars400 N 16th Discover Urban Wine Making at it's finest. Tour Rail Bridge Cellars this Saturday. There will be local artists showing their work and you can taste the fabulous wines made on location! 6-9pm
Luxe Salon & Spa 2115 J St ( 21st & J) Featuring the art of Dylan Wells (image above) and Micah Crandall-Bear. Ash will be doing Hennah tattoos as well as complimentary chair massages and refreshments.. 6-10pm
Asha Yoga 1050 20th St (20th & J) Come listen to music by Joel Gildersleeve, sip chai and hang out. Plus, there will be a 20% off sale rack in the boutique! 6-9:30pm
Deep Art and Yoga2030 H St (21th & I) The Big Photographs on Broadway show celebrates the iconic diversity of Sacramento’s Broadway with large prints by several members of The Focus Group. Music by Kent Lacin and Charles DeWitt. 6-9:30pm
It's All Yoga 2405 21st St (21st & X) 4th birthday Celebration! Art and music from the Aim Higher Adult Development Center. 6-9pm
Old Soul Co. 1716 L St. (18th & L Rear Alley) Featuring abstract paintings by James Cameron. 6-10pm
Old Soul atWeatherstone 812 21st (21st & I) Works by Grady Fike entitled "Points of Interest". 6-10pm
Java Lounge2416 16th St (Midtown, 19th and Broadway) New works by Jessica Murietta with music by Rob Murietta. 6-8pm