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Request for Proposals (RFP): Light at The End of Tunnels, a project of Immersive Arts Alliance

Light at the End of Tunnels, a coproduction of Oakland Central and Immersive Arts Alliance, is the name of our 2022 event series scheduled for February-March-April in downtown Oakland. Each piece will be shown for several consecutive weekends. There are five projects, total. One of the five projects is undetermined. That’s where the opportunity is.

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Call for Super Graphics Artists

Chandra Cerrito / Art Advisors or CC/AA (www.chandracerrito.com) is seeking artists who have experience translating their images to architectural-scale “super graphics,” such as images on floor-to-ceiling wall covering, glass wall partitions or other substrates. Deadline: September 30, 2021

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Demystifying Public Art – Insights for Artists: Session 1

SESSION 1. INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ART – IS PUBLIC ART FOR YOU? DATE/TIME: Wednesday, September 22, 2021, 4:00-6:00 PM In Session 1, “Is Public Art for You” will examine the rewards and challenges of working in the public realm. Featured artists Mildred Howard, Rene Yung and Taraneh Hemami will discuss the relationship between their public

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Art of the African Diaspora 2022

Art Of The African Diaspora is a non-juried group exhibition featuring work by artists of African descent. The showcase exhibition is held at Richmond Art Center and is accompanied by self-guided open studio tours and satellite exhibitions throughout the Bay Area. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Sunday, October, 31, 2021, 11:59PM

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Art Drain Pipe Project

As part of the Richmond Arts and Culture Commission (RACC), the City of Richmond Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC), in partnership with the West Contra Costa County Family Justice Center (WCCCFJC) is now seeking artists to apply for a unique public art opportunity for an artistic solution to camouflage an exterior rain drain pipe. Visual

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East Bay Open Studios

2021 East Bay Open Studios (EBOS) Registration is now OPEN for November. Our call for artists for our November event is now open. This year’s event(s) are “lite” versions of our “normal” programming. Our event in June was a big success.

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