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Wed: 11am – 5pm
John Natsoulas Center for the Arts has earned numerous honors, supported emerging artists, and advanced fine art with its dynamic and forward-thinking concern. Today, the Center continues in this direction, producing historical and high-profile exhibitions, publishing hundreds of artists’ catalogs and books, hosting educational conferences, and spearheading the country’s first Transmedia Art Walk in downtown Davis, with its fifty plus sculptures and murals by local artists.
For the past two decades, John Natsoulas has pursued his vision of making fine art accessible in a friendly setting. Although this is a rarity in the gallery world, his dedication to art history, arts education, and the exhibition of regional talent and California artwork has fostered the renown of the John Natsoulas Gallery. One of the major roles of the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts is to provide a place for cultural meetings, conferences, and public activities, which create a wonderful community dialogue through a variety of visual, literary and musical events.