The Muckenthaler Cultural Center
10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Office Closed between Christmas and New Years
12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
Join Muckenthaler CEO, Farrell Hirsch and staff for an informative annual meeting about our programming and future endeavors!
Accounting for over twenty percent of prisoners in the world, the United States has the highest rate of incarceration per capita than any other nation. This group exhibition will explore artistic themes of personal and societal oppression and liberation, photography documenting the sometimes cathartic stories and experiences of people in prison arts programs, as well as artwork by prisoners themselves.
You’ll remember Laura from how she brought down the house at last year’s KMUK Radio Hour. This year she returns with Vybration - versatile and in-demand vocalists who pioneer modern music projects.
Broadway Musical Singer, Actor, Robert Yacko has been enjoying a long and robust career on the musical and non-musical stage for decades. The Broadway veteran will celebrate the music of several different composers and lyricists as he recounts his own career and experiences in the theatre.
A buffet of Roots Music, blending rhythm and blues, country, and early jazz. Kid Ramos has worked with James Harman, Roomful of Blues, the Big Rhythm Combo, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, The Mannish Boys, Bobby Jones and Los Fabulocos.
The personal and artistic passions of the only woman who ever tried to tame Legendary Muralist Diego Rivera, Russian Revolutionary Leon Trotsky, and the patriarchal world of art. See where she failed and where she triumphed. Embrace her legacy.
Festive activities, stage performances and special ofrendas (altars) to honor deceased loved ones and to celebrate life—a special event for the whole family.
“Living in the 21st century, we make use of all material goods on earth to serve us a comfortable life. It seems like the more civil we are as humans, the more trash we create.” For three decades artist Ann Phong has incorporated materials meant to be thrown away into lush paintings that both chronicle the state of our world, and contemplate her own trans-pacific, cross-cultural journey from her native Vietnam to California.
For three decades artist Ann Phong has incorporated materials meant to be thrown away into lush paintings that both chronicle the state of our world, and contemplate her own trans-pacific, cross-cultural journey from her native Vietnam to California.
Under the Stars
Festivals & Special Events
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