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Saturday
19
MAY

Silicon Valley Open Studios 2018

11:00
17:00
The Alameda ArtWorks
Event organized by The Alameda ArtWorks

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We are opening our doors to you at 1068 The Alameda in San Jose from 11AM to 5PM both Saturday and Sunday. Over a dozen will show work in a variety of media from oils, to acrylics ceramics, textiles, jewelry and much much more. Come for a day of art, exploration and collecting your new favorite artwork. Meet the artists and experience one of the largest artist communities in the Bay Area.

We're looking forward to seeing you on Saturday the 19th and Sunday the 20th in May. This event is free and open to the public. If you've never been to our sunlit studios, we invite you to see a hidden gem of the San Jose arts community.

Participating artists:

Helen Bellaver
Deanna Beye
Kim Meuli Brown
Amy Brown (aka Artworms/ Jumbo Jibbles)
Taryn Curiel
Amanda Danitschek
Linda Gass, Artist
Lucy Ghelfi Fine Arts
Gloria Huet Art
Syl-Vie Levesque
Lucy Liew Fine Art
Stephanie Goetsch Metz
Sylvia Min
Donna Orme

Follow us on Instagram @thealamedaartworks to see more of our artists in their day to day, or look at our artist gallery at http://www.thealamedaartworks.com/artists.

How to get here:

Bus: Take 22/522 to The Alameda / Julian stop. Building entrance is on the south side of The Alameda, directly behind Recycle Bookstore. Look for the blue awning.

Caltrain: Diridon Station stop, go west on The Alameda/Santa Clara Street (towards Whole Foods), walk 9 (short) blocks.

Lightrail: Diridon Station stop, walk away from station towards Cahill Park, cross park, continue on San Fernando 5 blocks, right on Keeble, left on Garland. Our building is the turn-in at The Food Basket/Snake mural.

There is a parking lot at the back of our building, and more parking across The Alameda behind Tap Plastics/Crema.

Banner image by Linda Gass, "Wetlands Revisited".