Local Artist Troy Corliss


Sacramento Horror Film Festival


Summer 2015 is officially here and LiveWire is ready to supply you with the Arts & Entertainment scene in Sacramento! This week we will be talking to artist Troy Corliss, a local artist that has been commissioned for public art sculptures throughout California. Also in this Wednesday is the Sacramento Horror Film Festival who will be kicking off their “Love Horror” Short Film Festival this Friday.


Troy Corliss is a practicing public artist with more than 17 years of experience in the field, knowledgeable about current trends and issues in public art design, fabrication and installation.


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    Edenvale Branch Library, San José, CA


Focusing on environmentally based art themes, he has completed many projects including several indoor & outdoor works for settings such as, library’s in San Jose and Solano County, interior lobby’s for the West Sacramento community Center and Kaiser Permanente, outdoor work for the Cleveland Botanical Garden, for City parks and Rapid Transit Stations in Sacramento, CA and Denver, CO and at a newly completed Target Store in Sunnyvale, CA.


For more info click: Troy Corliss


The Sacramento Horror Film Festival was created in 2007 with many purposes. The festival founder desired the festival to be a platform for the horror filmmaker while providing a satisfying and valued movie going experience to the film patron.



The SHFF screens more films over fewer days than any other horror film festival thus providing a greater chance for exposure for the horror filmmaker. They have a profound dedication to the horror genre. The festival screens all things horror including features, shorts, documentaries, music videos, trailers, and animations.


For more info on the Sacramento Horror Film Festival:

Join us and tune in to LiveWire! at 5 p.m.  tomorrow, June 24th on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs The encore presentation airs the following Thursday at 7:30 p.m.