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Overview

The Alameda County Arts Commission believes that the arts are an essential part of every successful and thriving community. The Arts Commission provides services to local artists and arts organizations and is a leader in regional arts advocacy efforts. The Alameda County Arts Commission supports all art forms such as music, dance, visual arts, literature, theater, film and video, traditional crafts and folk arts, and new media.

There are five main program areas: Arts Advocacy; Arts Education; ARTSFUND Grants Program; Exhibitions; and Public Art. The links in left sidebar detail the projects that the Arts Commission has undertaken in these five areas. In addition, the Alameda County Arts Commission Strategic Plan outlines future plans for these program areas. The links in left sidebar detail the projects that the Arts Commission has undertaken in these five areas. In addition, the Alameda County Arts Commission Strategic Plan outlines future plans for these program areas.

Irène Pijoan, Ferns from the Bay Area Plant Series, 2003, hand-painted, water-cut aluminum panels, 42 x 98 inches. Located at the Alameda County Medical Center. This artwork was funded through Alameda County’s “2% for Art” public art ordinance. Photo: Douglas Sandberg.
Irène Pijoan, Ferns from the Bay Area Plant Series, 2003, hand-painted, water-cut aluminum panels, 42 x 98 inches.
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