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SLaP THaT CaNVaS Through Feb. 22 Butte College Art Gallery See ART
Art B-SO GALLERY: Print Club, works on display. Through 2/16. Ayres Hall, Room 105.
BUTTE COLLEGE ART GALLERY: Slap That Canvas, step up, grab a brush and participate in a collaborative art project. Materials and giant canvases provided—you bring the inspiration. Through 2/22. Free. ARTS Building, 3536 Butte Campus Dr., Oroville, 530-895-2404.
by Tony Natsoulas, Paul DiPasqua and Michael Stevens. Through 3/31. 900 Esplanade. monca.org
PARADISE ART CENTER: Inspired by..., artists provide statements explaining how they were inspired to create each piece on display, allowing a peak into each artist’s creative process. Through 2/8. 5564 Almond St., Paradise, 530-877-7402. paradise-artcenter.com
CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL LIVING: Watercolors of Jim Lawrence, new works on display. Through 2/28. 789 Bille Road, Paradise, 530-877-5673. paradisecsl.org
CHICO ART CENTER: Discovery Series Group
Show, exhibition featuring the work of artists who have had limited exposure in Butte County. Opening reception February 9 at 5:00pm. Through 3/2. Also, Call for Art, accepting submissions for the center’s upcoming collaborative exhibition with Butte Environmental Council, Livable Planet. Seeking work responding to local, national and global environmental issues. Through 2/11. $25-$35. 450 Orange St. cac.chico arts.org
JACKI HEADLEY UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY: Revolutionizing the World, exploring the visual history of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and evaluating the global impact of this historical event. Through 3/16. Chico State, 530-898-5864. universityartgallery.word press.com
BUTTE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM: WWI Exhibition, recently renovated exhibits demonstrating the profound changes in American society caused by The Great War. Through 7/29. 1749 Spencer Ave., Oroville. buttecountyhistoricalsociety.org
CHICO CREEK NATURE CENTER: Permanent Exhibits, including the The Janeece Webb Living Animal Museum and the Nature Play Room. Through 12/15. 1968 E. Eighth St. ccnaturecenter.org
GATEWAY SCIENCE MUSEUM: Brain - The World
artist Jerry Frost. Through 2/28. 254 E. Fourth St. jamessnidlefinearts.com
GOLD NUGGET MUSEUM: Outdoor Life on the Ridge
MUSEUM OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ART: What, Us Worry?, an exhibition featuring sculptures
february 8, 2018
ing displays of more than 12,000 kinds of tools. Through 6/2. $3. 1650 Broderick St., Oroville, 530-538-2528. boltsantiquetools.com
JAMES SNIDLE FINE ARTS: Paintings, by local
Acquisitions, an exhibition of new works recently added to the Turner collection. Through 2/9. Special talk from Crocker Art Museum curator William Breazeale on 2/8 at 5:30 p.m. in Zingg Recital Hall. Reception to follow in the museum. Chico State, 530-8984476. janetturner.org
BOLT’S ANTIQUE TOOL MUSEUM: Hand Tools, rotat-
Inside Your Head, an exhibit exploring the inner workings of the brain—neurons and synapses, electricity and chemistry. Through 5/6. 625 Esplanade. csuchico.edu
JANET TURNER PRINT MUSEUM: Surprise - New
- Then & Now, presenting a local perspective on the great outdoors and activities such as fishing, hunting, camping, horseback riding, swimming and winter sports. Through 2/25. 502 Pearson Road, Paradise, 530-872-8722. goldnuggetmuseum.com
VALENE L. SMITH MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY: Imprisoned at Home, an exhibit on Japanese Americans held at the Tule Lake Incarceration Camp during WWII. Through 5/18. Chico State, 530-898-5397.