Friday, April 15, 2011

It's Friday! What's up with this weekend?

I'll start with tonight. Go to the Cotton Mill Studios in Oakland for an Art Show, Open House and Fashion Show.

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The Olive Hyde Art Guild in Fremont has it's 43rd Annual Textiles Exhibit up!

The gallery is open Thursday – Sunday, Noon – 5:00 pm, during exhibitions. Admission is free to the public.

43rd Annual Textiles Exhibit
Exhibition Dates: April 1 – May 14, 2011

Our Textiles Exhibit is our largest, longest running exhibit – in its 43rd Year! It has the highest visitor count and exposure of all our shows and runs for a full 6 weeks. The Olive Hyde Art Gallery is committed to showcasing the best new work and exciting work in the region. Artists are selected based on originality, skill level, and the ability to bring fresh diverse work and ideas to our community. The Gallery is divided into 3 exhibition spaces, therefore lending itself best to show an array of techniques and concepts from artists working in both traditional and conceptual ways in the realm of the fiber based art.

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If you like California History, Photography, or need some inspiration, here's an exhibit for you:

Photo Exhibit - Family Portrait China's 56 Ethnic Groups.

At the US Chinese Art Museum, 4690 Tompkins Ave., Oakland, CA, 94619. Starts April 16, 2011 at 12:00 pm.

I love writing this blog, because it helps me find out about galleries and museums I never knew about!

Check this out, JFK University Dept. of Art and Consciousness is having it's faculty show. It ENDS this weekend. Gallery hours are 12:00 to 5:00 pm, and it's at 2956 San Pablo Ave., 2nd Fl, Berkeley, CA, 94702. (This is that gorgeous long building on the corner of San Pablo and Ashby.) This sounds really interesting. Their educational program focuses on the transformative capabilities of art. I want to see! Sparse info here:

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