Livermore has a well-established and distinctive cultural arts identity. The city is home to a large and diverse collection of cultural arts organizations and assets, including a symphony orchestra, opera company, several dance companies, Shakespeare festival, chamber music series, performing arts center, poet laureate, organizations for visual arts, literary arts, vocal music, public television, heritage groups, arts educators, artisans, and many individual artists.
The combination of Livermore's arts, culture, heritage, viticulture, and science form a rich identity and way of life that is clearly acknowledged and celebrated by the community. We encourage you to enjoy these wonderful community resources.
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Poetry In A Test Tube Awards Ceremony: Sunday, March 17, 2019, 2:00 pm Civic Center Library Storytime Room
The Beachcomber by Kerry McGehee (Photography)
Sometime Somewhere by Sandra Berkson (Acrylic)
Alviso Adobe by Karen Barry (Graphic & Mixed Media)
Doodle by Mark Knize (3D)
Diablo Poppies by Norma Webb (Oil)
Moon Garden by Tom Alford (Pastel & Drawing)
Martinez Cove by Herbert Estes (Watercolor)
High School Senior Art Awards June 2019 winners:
Robert Flauta, Livermore High School
Aaliyah Gholamipour, Livermore High School
Jodi Bryant, Granada High School
Dylan Greenly, Granada High School
Lindsey Simpson, Granada High School
Elias Barauskas, Livermore High School
For more information about Livermore Public Art, contact the Office of Innovation and Economic Development at 925-960-4052 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.