The annual Fine Arts Figure show is set for March 22-24 at the Bothwell Arts Center in Livermore.
Our biggest show of the year is on April 20-21, 10am to 4pm at the Bothwell.
Save the date! Our annual Paint Livermore plein air event is set for the first weekend in June. Details to come.
Call to Artists - Open Studio Tour
Exhibit your work at the 3rd Annual Tri Valley Artist Studio Tour on May 4th and 5th from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The tour is within 5 different Cities - Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, Danville and San Ramon. If you are outside of these cities or your studio isn't appropriate for a tour, there are several group sites available which fill up quickly (and we are working to obtain more). Learn more and sign up at TVASTart.com
Deadline March 31
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 (link below), or to receive paint-out invitations by e-mail contact Nancy Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications Now Being Accepted
Exhibit your works at the Robert Livermore Community Center. Space for a solo show, or share with a fellow artist. Exhibits are for 1 month, October, November, or December.
Application Deadline June 30
LAA artists along with other local art groups show artwork at the Tri-Valley Non-profit Alliance's CommonPoint non-profit center. This center is a collaborative, co-working space serving nonprofit organizations and providing resources to the nonprofit community at large. Many donors and supporters of nonprofit organizations visit this center.
Commission for this site is shared with TVNPA (10% to TVNPA and 10% to LAA).
Our AIB Program gets artwork from local artists out in select Livermore businesses. For businesses, it is a way to beautify your walls as well as show your pride in Livermore.
Open to LAA members only.
No fee to participate, 20% commission on any sales.
If you are a business interested in participating, send an email to email@example.com.
There is a lot going on in the Tri-Valley and beyond. We list what we can but, unfortunately, we don't always get to updating our website in a timely manner. Check out the websites of our local art associations for a full list of what they offer.
Firehouse Arts Center (Upstairs Gallery), 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton
Gallery Hours: Wednesdays & Thursdays: 10am-5pm, Fridays: 10am-6pm Saturdays: 10am-3pm
Bankhead Theater Gallery, 2400 First Street, Livermore
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.
The Grand Theater in Tracy has many art activities going on. Check their website for information: https://atthegrand.org
arc gallery & studios has rotating exhibits in San Francisco, and is a home to several artist studios. Check their website for information: https://www.arc-sf.com/artist-studios.html
Shakeeb Rashidi, Owner of Way Up Art & Frame, is a big supporter of both LAA and PAL. He is always the first to donate gift certificates for our art shows and activities. Please remember him and his great art supply store at 1912 Second Street, Livermore. Phone 925 443-3388. email@example.com.
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 'or myself, I'm not a "professional artist." You don't have to be selling work to be in the gallery. It's for sharing!
Send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Basic rules: Equipment is available to LAA members, educational institutions, or organizations affiliated with LAA. Equipment is to be used only at art-related events. More details are on the rental application.
To rent equipment, follow these steps: