Sacramento has a variety of attractions to offer this week in and around the Sac State area. Make sure to make some time in your busy student schedules to check them out.
Mon, November 9th – Fri, November 13th
“Better Living Through Modern Lehzure”
“Better Living Through Modern Lehzure” is a showcase of artists Jason Malmberg’s collection put on by the Sac State University Union. This unique art gallery starts at 10:30am – 3:30pm every morning through November 13th and is completely free. Come experience the vibrant colors of various artistic propaganda from Jason Malmberg’s collection dating as far back as 2004. Showcase is open to the public.
October 20th – December 3rd
Self Defense: Progressive Instructional Class
Be prepared to learn effective technique and expert instruction in self-defense right here at The Well Sac State. The class is every Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30pm-7:30pm. Register for this 6-week session at The Well for only $10. Open to all Well members.
November 10th, 2015
“The Stories Art Can Tell”
The University Union will be hosting a special documentary screening of “The Stories Art Can Tell”. For all of you who appreciate art and the culture behind it, come out and support Art History professor Shadieh Mirmobiny as he goes in to detail about his documentary and how much of an impact art can have on individual and how it shapes our political discourses. This viewing will begin at noon – 1:30pm in the Hinde Auditorium.
November 12th, 2015
Tinashe at Sac State
This Thursday Unique programming will be hosting R&B artist Tinashe at Sac State. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to witness history as 21-year-old Tinashe performs on our very own University Union Ballroom stage. She will be performing some of her top hits including: “All Hands On Deck”, “2 On Ft. School Boy Q” and many others off of her debut album, Aquarius! Tickets are available now online or at The ASI Business office for $22-$30. The show starts at 7:30pm.
November 14th, 2015
Second Saturday, Midtown
Every second Saturday of the month, Sacramento residents gather in midtown to enjoy sacramento culture including music, food, drinks, art and more. The Second Saturday event is free of chargestarting from 5:30-9pm or later and is a great time to get out and see just what Sacramento has to offer.