The El Cerrito Library has re-opened for limited browsing but the area where we have displayed artwork is still closed. We will resume our members’ exhibits when we can. The Community Center has reopened for in person activities, with masks required.
El Cerrito Department of Motor Vehicles
Our next “Open” theme exhibit at DMV on view through Nov 17th features work by three artists: Marva Reed’s sculptures, drawings by Elmarise Owens and Goyotaku, Japanese Fish Prints by Bill Voigt. Most of the chairs have been removed, so the art is accessible and enjoyable!
To comply with Covid-19 capacity limits and coordinate with their priorities, temperature checks, face masks and distancing are required for everyone. Manager Rubin Sharma asks that visits be limited to a few at a time, and not after 3 pm. Tell staff at the “No Appointment” line that it’s just to briefly view the artwork.
Discussions about artwork and especially sales are to take place outside the building, exit as directed at Manila St.
Visitors are welcome a few at a time, with masks and distancing, just check in at the door.
Reese Owens and Marva Reed are the curators. Contact either of them if you want to be in the next show mid-July to mid-Nov. Again, there is no theme, your choices. Larger pieces work better in the space. Contact us.
El Cerrito Community Center Lobby