The Food Bank Players announced recently that they had to postpone the last two dates for their production of Shakespeare's Hamlet after several cast members were diagnosed with COVID-19. The last two shows were scheduled for Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, Aug. 28.
Like many of us over the last two years, Rhythmix Cultural Works is frequently adjusting to the realities of life with COVID.
On Saturday, August 6, Alameda’s Frank Bette Center for the Arts held the final exhibit and sale for their 17th Annual Plein Air Paintout.
The City of Alameda has engaged national arts consulting organization Forecast Public Art to lead the process of developing the first Public Art Master Plan for the City of Alameda.
The 17th Annual Frank Bette Plein Air Paintout will take place August 1 through 6. According to the Frank Bette Center, about 40 artists will be contributing pieces to the event.
Rhythmix Cultural Works is celebrating its 15th anniversary and sending long-time Executive Director Tina “Bean” Blaine off with a bang next Saturday, July 30th, with the Pour Your HeART Out dance party and fundraiser. The event will support RCW’s youth arts education programs.