In the Gallery


An invitational exhibition of works by celebrated, local-area artists featured in Art Co-Opted – a curated cooperative in the South Gallery – is presented.  Dozens of artists and makers offer a diverse selection of hundreds of functional, decorative and fine quality works at very reasonable prices.  Many of these handmade, one-of-kind items are only available for a limited time during this show.  Consider unique gifts for your friends and family, or build your own collection this holiday season!

The Holiday Open House is a family-friendly, special event featuring holiday-themed activities and attractions.  The Tracy Community Band will perform at 5:00 p.m. in the EK Theatre.

This event is part of the annual Holiday Open House at the Grand, held in conjunction with Tracy City Center Association’s Downtown Tracy Holiday Ornament Stroll.  The exhibition, Opening Reception and Open House are free and open to the public.  The Ornament Stroll is a ticketed event.

Through My Viewfinder presents a survey of photojournalism by Glenn Moore, serving as the Photography Editor of the Tracy Press from 1997 to the present. Glenn has captured our community through events, sports, news and human-interest stories within the tens of thousands of pictures he’s taken on assignment. This unique exhibit includes both images featured in the newspaper, as well as others that never reached print. In documenting momentous and heartbreaking moments, as well as everyday life, Glenn’s images share and preserve the story of Tracy.

Glenn Moore is a Tracy native and an award winning, celebrated photographer working in the Central Valley for over 36 years working in film and digital media. Moore holds a BA in Journalism – Photocommunications from California State University, Fresno. He served as a Staff Photographer for the Turlock Journal from 1988 to 1997. He joined Tracy Press in 1997 as a Staff Photographer, and advanced to his current position where he manages photography operations. In addition to the diverse photography assignments that have made him a recognizable community member, Glenn also produces social media content, writes news and covers breaking stories.

“I have been privileged to be able to tell the stories of my hometown, the triumphs and tragedies, the ordinary and the unique events that make up our lives in Tracy. From the Cantu Murder case to the Royster Tire Fire, to our City’s solidarity and courage in the wake of the September 11 terror attacks, it has been an honor to look within and capture history through the lens and with the community.”  – Glenn Moore