It’s that time again!

Photographer Neil Geller won the Alameda on Camera’s Marketing Award for a photograph that features an oddity in modern-day Alameda — a water tower and outbuildings in a residential area. Frank Testa built these on Calhoun Street along with a Colonial Revival-style home.
Frank Bette Center.

It’s that time again!

Sun Staff Reports

The 2022 Alameda On Camera is now accepting applications. The $40 early entry fee will be available until end of day Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022, and will then be $50 from Jan. 17 to Jan. 30 when registration closes.

Alameda on Camera is an annual, juried event conducted throughout the City of Alameda. For 48 hours beginning 9 a.m., Friday, Feb. 25, 2022, photo-based adult artists and our youth artists will roam the City and capture images of neighborhood favorite places, places, secret hideaways and, if they choose, spotlight families, friends and famous (and infamous!) town characters.

To learn more, visit www.frankbettecenter.org scroll over “Exhibits” and down to Alameda on Camersa 2022