New Art Sculpture Installed on Bay Farm
Bay Farm Island recently received a beautification upgrade from a sculpture named the Tidal Arch. The art piece, made of concrete and steel, is 70 feet long and 15 feet high.
Rhythmix Brings Rhythm to isms in the Schisms
On May 20-22 at Alameda Point, about 2,100 people experienced the talents of Uprooted, the third in the “Island City Waterways” series of free public cultural productions by Alameda’s Rhythmix Cultural Works.
Theater Company’s One-Woman Play Premiering at Alameda Point
The nationally acclaimed theatrical production company, We Players, will premiere its newest play, The Keeper, Friday, May 27 at Alameda Point in the courtyard of Building 16 at the corner of West Essex Drive and Saratoga Street.
Island Wildlife Photo Exhibit at the Library
Eleven talented wildlife photographers will present their works in the Stafford Meeting Rooms at the Main Library, 1550 Oak St., starting this Sunday, Feb. 28. Their works include vivid photographs of wildlife, all taken in Alameda.
Art Show Open at Mastick
Mastick Senior Center is hosting a multi-media art exhibit featuring art created by members participating in the various classes offered at the center. Included in the exhibit are writings, drawings, paintings, stained glass, ceramics, jewelry, quilts and mixed-media pieces.
Island Scenes on Display in Eureka
Alameda artist Katherine Meyer will display a collection of her charcoal drawings called Finding Your Place at the Morris Graves Museum of Art (MGMA) in Eureka, Calif. Some of the drawings take their inspiration from views here in Alameda, where Meyer lives.
New Show to Open at Julie's Coffee & Tea Garden
“A Light Shower” is part of The Place I Want to Be, an exhibition of oil paintings and pastel works by Carl Stieger now open at Julie’s Coffee and Tea Garden, 1223 Park St. An opening reception for the show is set for Friday, July 11, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Learn True Value of Art at Bette Center Talk
Local art experts have been participating in monthly Art Talks for Art Lovers with the Frank Bette Center for the Arts. This months talk features Jane Alexiadis, a personal property appraiser.
Language Featured in New Show
The public is invited to celebrate popUp Gallery’s second anniversary at the opening reception for their new exhibition of words and pictures by 11 Bay Area artists whose imagery is infused with stories.