This Wednesday on Live Wire, Ray Tatar discusses with the Mills Station Arts and Culture Center’s (MACC) curator on their current photography exhibit “Facing the Inferno”.


“Facing the Inferno” showcases the photography of Kari Greer, a Sacramento State graduate in photography. Working as a photographer for the National Interagency Fire Center, Greer specializes in wildland fire photography and editorial photojournalism.
The exhibit seeks to encourage more public conversations and a better understanding of wildfires, as well as celebrate firefighters and survivors.

Opening its doors in 2018, the MACC is a center that showcases local artists, workshops, history displays, cultural demonstrations, and much more. The building itself, The Mills Station Building, was built in 1911 as a meeting place for farmers, commercial center, and rest stop for travelers. Through the collaboration of the City of Rancho Cordova, Regional Transit, Sacramento County, and the Cordova Community Council, the building now serves as a space to promote the arts in Rancho Cordova.

To learn more about “Facing the Inferno” and the MACC, visit Website: RCMACC.ORG

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