Alameda Summer Art Fair & Maker Market in Downtown

In collaboration with the Downtown Alameda Business Association, Studio 23 invites the public to see more than 30 Alameda and Bay Area artists creating unique artwork during the Alameda Summer Art Fair & Maker Market in the downtown district. Enjoy live music, open studios, art cars, a kids’ creative area and other festivities all afternoon. The free outdoor art festival takes place Sunday, July 1, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. in front of Studio 23 Gallery at 2309 Encinal Ave.

As part of the festivities, Studio 23 is hosting an all-ages coloring contest. 

Color the graphic provided below, cut it out and bring it to the art fair to enter the contest.

Coloring Contest Rules

  • One entry per person. A total of four categories will be judged: ages 1 to 5, 6 to 10, 11 to 16 and 16 and older. One winner from each category will be chosen.
  • Entries must be hung on the official Studio 23 Coloring Contest Wall no later than 2 p.m. Sunday, July 1.
  • Winners must be present to receive their prizes.

Visit alamedaartfair.com/coloring-contest for more details.
About the graphic: The artwork was created by Wesley E. Warren. The real-life robot was created with recycled metal and mechanical parts sourced from local scrap yards. “Lord Zondar” now sits at The Local coffee shop (1333 Park St.).

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