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Roseville Arts Center in Blue Line Gallery

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<p>Roseville Arts Center is a non-profit organization that formerly operated out of the Haman House on Oak Street one block away. It is an active community resource.</p>
<p>Established some 40 years ago to promote the arts,  it supports local artists and also brings artwork from around the world to the area. The operation is entirely funded by membership fees, grants, sponsorships, fundraising events and other donations.<br><br>The Blue Line Gallery, current home of Roseville Arts Center, opened February 2008. The gallery showcases the works of regional as well as national artists and features an art gallery with flexible exhibition space that can be used for small musical performances, lectures, demonstrations or poetry readings.</p> <p>Members are allowed to display their own artwork and even put a price tag on items if wanting to sell.</p> <p>There is a special children's gallery that provides children's programs, exhibits and workshops. And it has a gift shop up front with an assortment of items, some of them unique, custom made products. Members are given a 10 percent discount.</p>
405 Vernon St, Roseville, CA 95678
(916) 783-4117
  • Fax: 916-783-2021
  • Hours: Tue - Sat, 11am - 3pm
  • Accessible: yes
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