Emeryville Arts Exhibition Turns 30

“Flying around YoYo” by Troy Ziel was made with giclee pigment ink on cotton.


Each year Emeryville celebrates its thriving arts community with a juried show highlighting the work of both established and emerging artists and craftspeople. Open to artists who live or work in Emeryville, the exhibition features paintings, sculpture, photographs, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, furniture, and glass works. At the gala public reception on October 7, you can meet the artists while enjoying live music by The doRiaN Mode: Vintage Jazz & Blues. A no-host bar at the reception raises funds for the Emeryville Youth Art Program. This exhibition began in 1987 in recognition of the partnership between the city and the 45th Street Artists’ Cooperative, now recognized as a model for affordable live/work artist-owned space. Info: here

“Stacked Elephant”
monoprint by Yvette Buigues.


Emeryville Celebration of the Arts
Presents the 30th Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition
Saturday October 8–Sunday October 30, 11am–6pm daily
Opening Reception: Friday October 7, 6–9pm
1550 Park Ave, Emeryville
Southwest Entrance


Photos courtesy of Emeryville Celebration of the Arts.