Join us for a special workshop.
Stephen C. Wagner's general meeting program this last May on Creating a Cohesive Body of Work was so well received we decided to bring him back in October for a 2-hour webinar. Learn to create a body of art that sells. Hear specific & detailed suggestions on planning themes & series, titles, style, media, scale, pricing, signatures, presentation, framing, and certificates of authenticity.
Have a conflict? We will be making a recording available for 1 month to those who cannot make the date.
Tuesday, October 19, 7-9 pm
$30 members / $35 non-members
Contact: Christine Watters, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Saturday, October 9. Join us for a day filled with art, camaraderie and sales. New to ArtWalk? Try it out - it's fun!
First Annual Tri Valley Artist Studio Tour (TVAST) is coming November 13 and 14. Be a part of showing off the quality of the Visual Arts of the Tri Valley.
Sign up here: TVASTart.com
Join artists from Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville to showcase art in an open studios format. Use your own studio or join a group at Bothwell Arts Center, the Firehouse, or the Frame Company, Dublin.
We hope you will join us!
Questions? Email: AGiancola@lvpac.org
We are a friendly group of artists who get together to paint at scenic locations all around the Bay Area and beyond. The schedule is random, with dates inspired by the weather forecast. New artists are always welcome! There is no fee to participate. Find us on Facebook at Contra Costa Plein Air, or to receive paint-out invitations by e-mail contact Nancy Roberts at email@example.com.
Deadline - Wednesday, September 5, 2021
The Alameda County Arts Commission invites visual artists to submit an application to the new Alameda County Artist Registry , a prequalified list of artists that will be used for upcoming public art opportunities managed by the Alameda County Arts Commission. Public art opportunities will include outdoor and indoor projects with a range of budgets and will be appropriate for artists working in a variety of materials and styles. The Artist Registry will be primarily used to commission visual artists to create new artwork, however, there may be opportunities to purchase or license existing artwork.
Artists interested in being considered for public art opportunities with the Alameda County Arts Commission during the next 3-4 years should apply.
Although the Annual Alameda County Fair will be held in October of 2021, our Competitive Exhibits Competition will still be held over the summer virtually. If space allows, overall winners will be given the opportunity to be displayed at the Annual Fair in October.
For additional details on how to enter, deadlines and categories visit our website www.alamedacountyfair.com
Meghana Mitragotri is offering online watercolor workshops, participant size of not more than five; Information and photos of her work are found on her website, www.daintlymade.com.
Bothwell Arts Center Classes, 2466 8th Street, Livermore.
Visit livermorearts.org for information.
Join Darla Bostick at the Ghost Ranch:
Sept 26 to Oct 2, 2021 for the watercolor event
June 11-18 for the multi-media event.
Go to darlabostick.com for details.
Bankhead Theater, 2400 First Street, Livermore, Founders Room.
Everyone is invited to the reception on Sunday, July 11, 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Open daily Thursday-Sunday, 1:00 to 5:00 from July 1 to August 29
The Alameda County Arts Commission has launched a new virtual exhibition series to share online versions of 2020 and 2021 exhibitions scheduled to be presented in the Alameda County Administration Building in Oakland. Currently, the building is temporarily closed to ensure the health and safety of the public and County staff.
The online exhibition series includes exhibitions by the African-American Quilt Guild of Oakland, East Bay Heritage Quilters, the Oakland Art Association and the Tri-Valley Conservancy.
To learn more and view the exhibitions, https://www.acgov.org/arts/.
An immersive art experience with live paintings, artist booths, shopping, and music.
The events will take place in Alexander Square from 4 to 8 p.m. on the third Thursday of every month from July to October.
Each “Live Art Thursdays” event will feature several talented local street artists, who will bring their paintings to life in real time. Visitors will be able to experience the artists’ processes, interact with them and observe as they transform large blank canvases into finished masterpieces. “Live Art Thursdays” will culminate with an Art Show and Open House on October 21, and the community will have an opportunity to view and buy the canvas creations.
The Grand Theater in Tracy has many art activities going on. Check their website for information: https://atthegrand.org
Tracy Expressions Show has been cancelled for 2021.
From paintings and photography, to three-dimensional multimedia, the Bankhead Gallery at 2400 First Street in Livermore showcases local artists in new exhibits all year long. Now in addition to the Gallery's works, other exhibits are available to the public in this online gallery. Most works are available for sale. Contact Anne Giancola for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. or https:// livermorearts.org/online-gallery.
Send a note to email@example.com
For Sale: Large frame from King of Frames. It is quite nice. Its for a 24” x 36” canvas. The outside overall measurement is 44”x 32”. I paid $235.00, plus shipping. I will sell for $150.00/BO. Call Sharon Cohune 925 683-8658.
Pegboard Art Display Panels, 72”H x 50”W. All panels can be linked together with pin-hinge system. Hooks for hanging included. (For storage purposes, if lined up standing in a row, the panels would take up 8 to 9 feet.) Rules: While the panels are free, the receiver must pick up the panels at storage near Livermore City Hall at mutual convenience. All panels must be picked up at once unless two organizations are willing to share the 61 panels.
Contact Craig Varden: PUBLICITY@livermoreart.com.
Studio Space Available at the Bothwell. $160/month, 7' x 9' north light. Covid precautions strictly followed and only the studio artists are currently in the building. Bothwell Arts Center, 2466 8th Street, Livermore, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kenny Chen is a rising senior at Irvington High School. He wants to volunteer his time and expertise to help artists create online websites or digital portfolios for free. Got your attention? You can visit www.kennywchen.github.io for sample templates. He will also teach you how to update the website for future maintenance. Kenny will provide a free digital platform to serve as an online portfolio, so please contact Kenny via email at email@example.com for further information. School is out and he's eager to start!
The online gallery is open to any active LAA member at the low cost of $15 per year. It is a great way to share your work. See our membership page for details.
But I only create art 'for myself, I'm not a "professional artist." Note! There is no expectation that you have to be selling work to be on the gallery. It's for sharing!
Need display panels (flats) for a show? If so, we can help. LAA rents display panels or a card spinner to LAA members, educational institutions, or organizations affiliated with LAA for art events. Display panels are three by six feet. The card spinner is appropriate for large cards or small prints of up to eight by ten inches.
To rent equipment, follow these steps: