Parade Committee Awards Trophies
Rhythmix nails first place four out of past five years
Rhythmix Brings Rhythm to isms in the Schisms
On May 20-22 at Alameda Point, about 2,100 people experienced the talents of Uprooted, the third in the “Island City Waterways” series of free public cultural productions by Alameda’s Rhythmix Cultural Works.
Fair Process Needed for Public Art Fund
Did you know that the City of Alameda has a Public Art Fund with over $200,000 to be disbursed?
Reviews of New Classical Music Series at Rhythmix Cultural Works
Review by Kathy Lautz
Canvas Peace Project on Display at Rhythmix
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.
Artists Selected to Transform Utility Boxes
Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) announced the artists selected to beautify the utility’s transformer boxes in the Park Street business area this week.
News in Brief
Councilman to hold office hours
On Thursday, July 3, Councilman Tony Daysog will hold office hours from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Blue Danube Coffee House at 1333 Park St. He will be available to answer questions and offer comments on city issues.
Celebrate Philippine Independence Day with Special Performance
In honor of Araw ng Kalayaan, Philippine Independence Day, Rhythmix Island Arts presents an array of artists celebrating the cultural traditions of the Philippine islands on the island of Alameda.