EBMUD Art Exhibit
EBMUD Oakland Administrative Building
2nd Floor Lobby Gallery
375 11th Street (between Franklin & Webster)
Oakland, California 94607
The exhibits are open and free to the public Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
BART, AC Transit and wheelchair accessible. Closed on holidays.
Exhibit: May 7 - June 19, 2015
Acupuncturist by day and concert photographer by night:
"There's nothing like being in the photography pit. There's an excitement that's indescribable, I can actually feel the energy of the audience on the back of my neck, it gives me chills every time."
Cie Martin learned almost every kind of photography that exists but shooting concerts will always come first in her heart.
Please join us at the artist's reception on Thursday, May 7, 2015, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Surf and Turf
Art Jam: Various Artists
Exhibit: March 19 - May 1, 2015
Inspired by the 2014 Alameda Lighthouse Appreciation Society's public exhibit of lighthouses throughout Alameda Island; this exhibit interprets the ever changing boundary between land and sea and the never ending endeavor to control the forces of nature. Art Jam is a collective of artists working and living in the Alameda Bay Area.
Afrocentric Mood: Stick and Swing
Exhibit: January 29 - March 14, 2015
Artists like Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and many other jazz musicians intrigued Charles Blackwell and captured his interest at an early age. So he combined his love of jazz and his artistic talent to create his exhibit. Afrocentric Mood: Stick and Swing is the “manifestation of the moods, forms, and sounds that he has witnessed and continues to experience” when he listens to music. It also represents a body of work spanning generations and is an abstract study of syncopation and rhythm; as well as the artists who bring them to life.
50 Artists from Amador and Calaveras Counties
Exhibit: February 6 - February 27, 2015
Created through a "Creative California" grant from the California Arts Council (a state agency), this art exhibit is making its rounds to several counties. In this exhibit, artists portray the Mokelumne River where East Bay residents get their water from. Inspired by the Mokelumne River, it showcases the work of 50 professional artists from Amador and Calaveras counties.
For more detailed information, visit www.amadorarts.org or call Terra Forgette, Executive Director, at (209) 267-9038.