In partnership with UpperCloud, Arden Fair’s public arts program, UnchARTed, unites art and the Sacramento community together. The program is dedicated to creating artful, experiential, and immersive activations on and around the Center’s premise that will unite, inspire, and create hope.
UnchARTed brought together the Sacramento Youth Symphony and Oakland-based, LED sculpture artist Christopher Schardt of LED Labs to create a mesmerizing and immersive art experience at Arden Fair for the community and beyond. On May 31st, 2019 at 6:30 pm, Sacramento Youth Symphony performed live by Schardt’s world-renowned piece, Constellation, a 6-pointed LED canopy installed between the first and second floor near JCPenney. Visitors had the chance to slow down, sit back, and enjoy the moment underneath the lights in sync with symphonic melodies. This unique partnership between Sacramento and Oakland artists aims to strengthen a sense of connectedness to the community of all ages. Experience Constellation from May 31st to June 14th — now extended to June 20th!
A big thanks to our collaborators as well! Through their work, the Sacramento community explored both their creativity and strengthened their yoga flow all under the stars:
- Photography Meetup by Good Inc. on Tuesday, June 11th
- Good Inc., launched in 2014, joins together the photography, modeling, and overall creative community in Sacramento and beyond to create and build together via monthly meet-ups. Learn more about them at www.goodsince2014.com and follow Good Inc. on Instagram at @GoodInc.
- Yoga flow by Afro Yoga on Friday, June 14th
- Afro Yoga, launched in 2016, is a wellness movement for Women of Color, rooted in community and collaboration. The organization focuses on creating spaces that make wellness accessible and activating mindfulness as a collective experience. Learn more about them at www.afroyoga.org and follow Afro Yoga on Instagram at @AfroYogaByAngie.