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Pour Your HeART Out

Rhythmix Cultural Works held a dance party, tasting party, auction, and fundraiser called “Pour Your HeART Out” this past weekend. More than one hundred people…

Celebrating Tina ‘Bean’ Blaine

Rhythmix’s Executive Director is moving on to new adventures. Tina ‘Bean’ Blaine, a driving force in Alameda’s art and performance community for over 15 years,…

The Bay Station Eagle

An Alameda zine with a bird’s eye view. Curious about how Alameda’s creative community is moving through the pandemic? Have an interest in local history,…

RFP Issued for Taxiway Asphalt Art Project

West End Arts District seeks creative proposals for giant artwork Do you think big? How big? Could you imagine an artwork that would fill a…

AHS 2022 Dance Concert in Photos

Alameda High School’s “2022 Dance Concert” was held May 19th and 20th at Kofman Auditorium. The show was directed by Rachel McCray Denton, Alameda High’s…

Rhythmix Brings 'Uprooted' Rhythm to -isms

On May 21 and 22, in locations around Alameda Point, about 2,100 people experienced the talents of Uprooted, the third in the Island City Waterways series…

'The Quality of Life' Opening at Altarena Playhouse

Bay Area playwright Jane Anderson’s play is set in Berkeley after the 1991 fires. Coming in from a sunny day, Alameda’s Altarena Playhouse lobby is…

Island City Waterways Brings Alameda History to Life

Tickets still available for many of this weekend’s free performances. On May 21-22, Rhythmix Cultural Works, in partnership with the City of Alameda, presents Island…

Happy Little Trees Come to Inkblot Gallery

Jean Chen’s Inkblot Gallery is a small but mighty space. Facing south on Alameda’s Central Avenue, shaded by sycamores between Ninth Street and Caroline Street,…

Grants for Cultural Arts Available

The City of Alameda has announced a new program of grants to fund Cultural Arts and Arts Programming. A total of $60,000 will be made available…

This One’s a "Keeper" — We Players Coming to Alameda

Opening Friday, May 27, nationally-acclaimed theatrical troupe We Players will debut a new play. Titled The Keeper, it will run for five weekends in Alameda…

Waterfront Park Opening Celebrates Climate Change Theme

On April 9, 2022, the first phase of the terraced Alameda Point Seaplane Lagoon waterfront park officially opened with cultural performances.  One of the groups…

Waterfront Park Launch Fest Photos

The Waterfront Park Launch Fest took place on the afternoon of Saturday, April 9, 2022 (see Waterfront Park Launches April 9). Hundreds of people attended…

Chochenyo Park Poetry Event April 10

Celebrating Lisjan legacy, Blessing the Future The public are invited to join in Chochenyo Park Poetry. Led by Alameda’s Poet Laureate, Kimi Sugioka, a group…

Waterfront Park Launches April 9

Join friends and neighbors for a celebration at Alameda’s Waterfront Park on Saturday, April 9 from 1:30 p.m. – 5 p.m. The event is intended…

Rhythmix Play Celebrates Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, Rhythmix Cultural Works will be staging the play Words That Made the Difference: Brown vs. the Board of Education.…

Alameda Film Festival Returns for 2022

After a prolonged hiatus worsened by COVID-19, the Alameda International Film Festival is back to celebrate films and filmmakers from February 18 – 20, 2022. The…

Closing Soon: ESSENCE

ESSENCE – a Contemporary View of Nature brings together the work of California artists Kim Cheselka and Jan Watten. Both artists are engaged with unique…

Spotted: Dan Fontes’ ‘Egret’ Mural

Local muralist Dan Fontes has completed his work on the ‘Egret’ mural. The mural is painted on the side of the ACR building on Clement…

Two New Public Art Pieces Introduced

It’s an exciting time for public art in Alameda! On Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, the West End Arts District threw a party to celebrate the…
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