Island Arts

Courtesy photo  Images like this comprise Visible opening this Friday.

Visible Show Opens Friday

Dec 10,2015

A collaborative project between local photographers, St. Vincent de Paul of Alameda County, and the homeless called Visible goes on display this Friday at Redux Studios & Gallery, 2315 Lincoln Ave. in Alameda.

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West Coast Dance Performers 2015

Dance to The Music

Jun 25,2015

Two productions of the 42nd annual musical song and dance extravaganza by Alameda-based West Coast Dance (WCD) is set for this weekend, Friday, June 26 and Saturday, June 27 at 7:30 p.m. Dance to the Music presents a cavalcade of fluorescent colors, pop tunes, and funky fancy footwork.

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Watch Otis Concert Live Stream

Feb 26,2015

The annual music festival for Otis Elementary School will be live-streamed this Saturday, Feb. 28. The Owlpalooza is a product of the Otis PTA and features bands: Maddy’s Fiddle Madness, Paisley Rose, The Up and Down, Ukemamas, The Saloons and the Jitters.

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Courtesy photo - Painter Dave George’s “Woman with Bead Necklace” will be auctioned off to raise money for two charities that benefit women and children in Africa tomorrow.

Canvas Peace Project on Display at Rhythmix

Feb 26,2015

Rhythmix Cultural Works (RCW) is displaying a gallery of works from the Canvas Peace Project, an idea created by the HOPE for Ariang Foundation to raise money to support educational opportunities for women and children in South Sudan. Tomorrow, Friday, Feb.

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Courtesy photo  - “Light Coming Through” by Alameda artist Katherine Meyer is just one of her charcoal works going on display at a museum in Eureka next month.

Island Scenes on Display in Eureka

Feb 26,2015

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. 

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Courtesy photo -- Stained glass class members, Nancy Baldwin, left, and Grace Lin, work on a glass project at Mastick Senior Center.

Seniors’ Artworks on Display at Mastick

Feb 19,2015

Examples of local seniors’ stained glass design and works from other student artists and writers, will be on display at Mastick Senior Center, 1155 Santa Clara Ave., through June 10. 

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