Arts Council of Placer County
The City of Roseville has a partnership with Arts Council of Placer County to help foster the arts in Roseville. Please visit their website for more arts events and programs.
Arts Classes & Activities
The City of Roseville offers a large selection of cultural arts activities and events for both youth and adults. Please check our most current activity guide for detailed information.
Cultural Arts Destinations
Roseville Theatre Arts Academy
Non profit performing arts Theater Company for children and youths operating out of the historic Roseville Theatre at 241 Vernon St. Provides multiple performing arts programs including acting, choir, dance, media workshops, camps, field trips and Saturday matinees. For more information: (916) 772-2777 or visit www.rosevilletheatreartsacademy.com.
Operated by the Roseville Historical Society, the museum showcases Roseville's rich history and provides walking tours of the historic downtown area, 557 North Lincoln Street, Roseville, CA. For more information, call (916) 773-3003 or visit the Carnegie Museum website.
The Blue Line Gallery--home of Roseville Arts!
Roseville Arts! is a non-profit organization that supports local artists as well as artists from around the world to Roseville's downtown. The Blue Line Gallery was completed in 2008 as the permanent home for Roseville Arts!. Located at 405 Vernon Street on the ground floor of the City's parking garage, the 5,000 sq. ft. state of the art gallery is host to a wide variety of cultural activities, exhibitions, and special events, all focused on the mission: "creating a vibrant community through the arts". For more information, call 916-783-4117 or visit the Roseville Arts website.
Maidu Indian Museum
Located within Maidu Regional Park, the Maidu Museum & Historic Site celebrates Indian culture and our natural resources. For more information call (916) 774-5934 or go to the Maidu Museum & Historic Site page.
The Tower Theatre
This historic Art Deco style theater built in 1940 is owned by the City of Roseville.
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Public Art in Roseville
Public art is prevelant in Roseville, both in public and private business locations. Listed below are examples of public art on city property.
This park is located behind Home Depot, off North Sunrise Blvd. at the trailhead for the Miners Ravine bike trail. The sculpture is named "Cosmos" and includes bronze plaques of 90 school children's art.
Civic Center Plaza
Hanging leaves and acorns - "Native Oaks" by Troy Corliss
Facade Windows - "Common Threads" by Kurt Runstadler
Plaza & Fountain Sculpture - "Renaissance" by Yoshio Taylor
Maidu Community Center
Front Sculpture - "Maidu Family" by Tommie Moller and Florence Bird
Mural - "Honored Elders" by Tommie Moller and Gerda Francesca
Stained Glass - "Transcending" by David Wooten
Stained Glass - "Manseed", donated by the Manhart Family
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