SACRAMENTO
CALIFORNIA NEXT GEN FILM FESTIVAL
August 28 - 31, 2008
Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA

The first annual 4-day cinematic event encourages and supports young filmmakers that are moving the medium forward in the various digital formats. Up to 50 short films in the various digital formats in the categories of HD, digital animation, narrative, and documentary shorts will be recognized. The festival features an opening night gala with celebrities, dinners and events throughout the festival, and finishes up with an evening awards ceremony and party.

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B. Sakata Garo - Works by Melanie Lombard and Wes Rodriguez
Artworks by local artists on display at the gallery.
B. Sakata Garo Fine Art
923 20th St.

Through August 2, 2008
12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Gunpowder Man: Revolution in China, Railroad in America
A story about a girl who flees China in the midst of turmoil in the 1860's, comes to California, and disguised as a teenage boy, plants explosives in the Sierras to blast a path for the Central Pacific Railroad.
Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra - Odd Fellows Hall
212 Spring St.
Nevada City, CA. 95959
August 3, 2008
2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
1st Thursday Sunset Wine & Jazz
$20.00 includes wine tasting, live music and light bistro fare.

Carvalho Family Winery
35265 Willow Ave.
Clarksburg, CA. 95612

August 7, 2008
5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Cultural Dimensions of African American Artists
This group exhibit highlights African-American artists working in painting, jewelry, and mixed media from Sacramento and Davis.
Pence Gallery
212 D. Street
Davis, CA. 95616
Through August 22, 2008
Black: A Celebration of African American Art in Sacramento-Area Collections
Nearly 70 works of art from private and public collections in the region by nationally-known as well as emerging artists of color in the area.
40 Acres Art Gallery
35th Street and Broadway
Through August 31, 2008
The Dark Side of the Mouse
A survey of artworks by artists who have appropriated the image of Mickey, or who have referenced the animated figure, primarily in critical ways.
Center for Contemporary Art
1519 19th St.
Through August 31, 2008
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