Mission Statement: Creating a vibrant community through the arts.
Roseville Arts is an active community resource located in Roseville, California. Established over 40 years ago to promote the arts in its many formats, Roseville Arts supports local artists and also brings artwork from around the world to the area. As a non-profit organization, Roseville Arts is entirely funded by memberships, grants, sponsorships, fund raising events and other donations.
With the dramatic growth in Placer County, the Roseville Arts Center's board of directors recognized that the center had to change significantly to successfully continue its mission "Creating a vibrant community through the arts." Following the sale of its former facility, the Haman House, the center temporarily moved its operations and exhibits to 405 Vernon Street. The Vernon Street facility, a former restaurant and bar turned office space, was transformed into the functional 405 Gallery with the generous assistance and dedication of volunteers.
The new Blue Line Gallery of over 5,000 square feet, showcases the works of regional as well as national artists and feature a state-of-the-art gallery complete with flexible exhibition space suitable for small musical performances, lectures, demonstrations and poetry readings. A special children's gallery will provide a dedicated location for children's programs, exhibits and workshops.