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Overview

The Alameda County Arts Commission’s Exhibition Program is presented in the Alameda County Administration Building. The rotating exhibitions feature projects and programs presented by Alameda County nonprofit organizations. Exhibitions often include group shows with a variety of artwork styles and media created by youth and adults. This program allows the public, including County staff and officials, to experience art produced by the incredibly diverse population of Alameda County. The exhibitions are curated to specifically feature culturally and geographically varied sectors of the community and artists who are working in a variety of visual media.

Exhibitions are on view at 1221 Oak Street on the 1st floor in the Tax Collector’s lobby area and on the 5th floor in the Board of Supervisors and County Administration Office reception area. The galleries are open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, except on County holidays.

The Arts Commission welcomes proposals from Alameda County-based nonprofit arts and community organizations for exhibitions in the galleries. Contact us for eligibility information and an application form.


Jeanne O’Connor, Opening Day Celebration at the Maiwand Market (Fremont), gelatin silver print, 12 x 18 inches. Artwork is part of the Alameda County Art Collection: Artwork Created by Alameda County Artists.
Jeanne O’Connor, Opening Day Celebration at the Maiwand Market (Fremont), gelatin silver print, 12 x 18 inches.
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