CASTRO VALLEY BOULEVARD
PUBLIC ART PROGRAM
Artists’ Proposals on Display for Community Feedback
Are you curious about the artwork associated with the Castro Valley Boulevard Streetscape Improvement Project? Are you interested in giving feedback about the artists' proposals? Read on to learn how you can participate...
In July, a committee including seven Castro Valley residents plus County staff, and regional arts professionals selected six artists through an open, competitive process to submit proposals for thepublic artwork associated with the Castro Valley Boulevard Streetscape Improvement Project. The artists learned about the Castro Valley community and met community members at the Roundtable Event in late August, visited the Boulevard, and conducted their own research. They each made a unique proposal for the project. The Alameda County Arts Commission has made arrangements to display the proposals at two locations in Castro Valley in October and November. At these locations, community members can view illustrations of the proposed artworks, material samples, and written project information about the concepts and designs. Community members will be invited to submit written feedback about the proposals. The comments will be reviewed and strongly considered by the artist selection panel when they reconvene in November.
ARTISTS: Anne Marie Karlsen, Masayuki Nagase, Miriam Stahl, Paul Tzanetopoulos, Warner Williams, and Wowhaus.
Please come by one of the locations and share your thoughts!
ARTWORK PROPOSAL DISPLAY DATES & LOCATIONS
Tuesday, October 26 - Saturday, October 30, 2010
Bank of the West (3396 Castro Valley Boulevard, Castro Valley)
Open hours: M-Th 9-5, Fri 9-6, Sat 9-1
Monday, November 1 - Sunday, November 14, 2010
Castro Valley Library (3600 Norbridge Avenue, Castro Valley)
Open hours: Sun 1-5, M-Tu 12-8, W-Th 10-6, closed Fri, Sat 10-5 (closed Thurs, Nov 11 for Veterans Day)
VIEW THE PROPOSALS ONLINE
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For more information about this event or the Public Art Program contact the Office of the Alameda County ArtsCommission at (510) 208-9646. For more information about the Streetscape Improvement Project contact the Alameda County Redevelopment Agency at 510-670-6107.