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  • Arte Américas - Center for Latino arts and culture. Includes programs and events calendar.
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  • Azteca Theater - Built in 1948 as a Spanish language movie theater in Chinatown, now used for movies and special events. Includes links to history and activities.
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  • Big Fresno Fair - Information about parking, ticket prices, horse racing, and schedule of events.
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  • California State University, Fresno - Theatre Arts Department - Fresno's four-year college presents a variety of theatrical performances throughout the school year. Information on the show schedule, with links to the school's theatrical degree program and main web site.
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  • Children's Musical Theaterworks - Non-profit theater company for young performers. Provides performance schedule and ticket information, audition dates and details, and workshop schedule.
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  • The Door Art Gallery - Biographies of the artists, samples of their works, events information, and map.
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  • Earth Arts Studio - Information about the artist, Margaret Hudson, photographs of her clay works and paintings, some of which are also sold online.
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  • Fire Art by Suzie Stach - Sales of artwork depicting fires and the men and women who answer the alarm to fight them.
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  • Fresno Arts Council - Promotes local the local artistic community and collaborates with local government and business people to bring art to Fresno.
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  • Fresno Convention Center - Provides a calendar of events, job openings, map and directions for the convention and conference centers, exhibit halls, Saroyan Theatre and Selland Arena.
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  • Fresno Famous - Online magazine dedicated to making life in Fresno less boring. Includes local news, events and performances.
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  • Fresno Filmworks - Showcases first-run international and American independent feature films. Includes film schedule with synopsis and reviews.
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  • Fresno Folklore Society - Preserving folk arts, especially traditional music, in California's San Joaquin Valley. Activities include singing, dancing, playing music and storytelling.
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  • Gallery 25 - Cooperative gallery profiles the artists and their works.
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  • Good Company Players - Includes information on Roger Rocka's Dinner Theater, 2nd Space Theater, and current performances. Also provides information on acting workshops and auditions.
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  • Guide to Historic Architecture in Fresno - Photographs and descriptions of Fresno buildings in the National Register of Historic Places, historic architecture tours and surveys, biographies of prominent local architects, designers and builders.
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  • Roger Rocka's Dinner Theater - Offers details on season, shows, menus and history with links to online ticket purchase and gift certificates.
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  • The Rogue Performance Festival - Annual event in March that showcases independent performers and artists. Provides application forms, sponsor information, details of past festivals, and volunteer opportunities.
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  • Tower 2000 News - Information on the businesses, restaurants and events in the Tower District, Fresno's "premiere entertainment district" including a classified ads section.
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  • The Tower Theatre for the Performing Arts - Includes photographs and history of the theatre, schedule of planned performances, and information about rental of the venue.
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  • The Woodward Shakespeare Festival - Free performances in the Woodward Park Rotary amphitheatre. Includes information about volunteering, sponsorship, and workshops.
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