bay area artists
This goes out to all the dreamers who have dreamt of permanent creative maker spaces in the Bay Area. While the fabric of The Bay Area’s artistic communities has repeatedly been at risk of being pushed out, a newly formed space called Seaport Studios in Richmond is here to stay.
Just 5 years after being purchased by 11-West, one of our most vibrant and imaginative artist communities in Oakland will be emptied out by this summer. The community of large scale industrial artists, fabricators, builders, and makers at American Steel in West Oakland is readying themselves for an upcoming eviction.
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Just saw the news over on FunCheap SF about these grants. Looks like the Center for Cultural Innovation is giving away approximately six to eight grants of up to $8,000 each to Bay Area Performing Arts and Media Arts artists. Here’s what FunCheap says: The Investing in Artists grants program
The story of how an Oakland designer found her footing doing costumes and set designs for Beats Antique and when COVID-19 shut down the events industry she shifted her focus to making free masks for grocery and food service workers.
This organization is putting real money in the hands of hundreds of local artists, and plans to sponsor incredible public art projects as well.
For you Bay Area painters out there, this is a decent opportunity to get your work seen, for a good cause, AND get paid a bit in the process. SF General Hospital Foundation announced today that submissions are now open for the annual ‘Hearts in San Francisco’ public art project,
A fascinating new art project and Bay Area adventure is in the works, being lead by Richie Rhombus & WildKind Productions, known for creating “socially conscious art experiences for the curious, delicate, dangerous, and wild kind.” This time they’re creating a floating, sailing experience that focuses on immigrants, immigration, food, compassion, connection