San Mateo County’s 4th Annual Pride Event PRIDE withOUT borders: Embracing Culture and Diversity! Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 11:00AM to 5:00PM at San Mateo Central Park.
Come visit our City Arts of San Mateo booth and
participate in our Rainbow Wall.
VOLUNTEERS are NEEDED in OUR BOOTH!
Can you share an hour or two of your time with us? Please contact us at email@example.com if you would like to help.
On Exhibit at the City Arts of San Mateo Gallery, located at the Peninsula Ballet Theatre
1880 South Grant Street in San Mateo Hours: Monday-Friday 3 - 7 pm; Saturday 9am - 1 pm
Now through July 15
Artwork by Mark Vantress
Mark is a self-taught artist, having begun with
water-based paints then onto acrylics and oils.
When you view his art and see the vivid colors - paintings made of several layers of drips and drops which take months to complete - you would find it hard to believe that this incredibly talented individual is color blind. Learn more about Mark Vantress
Congratulations to our winners
Thank you to our sponsors for the 2016 High School Arts Recognition Program GLOBAL CHALLENGES ~ Your Road Map to Change
2016 Award winners:
Seated, from left to right, Vanessa Coleman, Crystal Lee, Sarah Bruce Wisnom, Janani Krishnan-Jha, Angela Flores, Amanda Follansbee, Elizabeth Donovan, and Michelle A. Rodriguez. Standing, from left to right, Cesia Lopez, Eric Wang, Daniel Jadallah, Arya Natarajan, Malcolm Arnott, Ethan R. Hundertmark, Alex Stafford, Janet Liu, Karan Nevatia, Emily Xu, and Carolyn Berube.
City Arts of San Mateo is a charitable, non-profit arts advisory and resource organization established by resolution of the San Mateo City Council in 1996. City Arts of San Mateo is dedicated to providing the opportunity for you to enjoy and participate in the arts in San Mateo. We seek to promote and celebrate performing, visual and literary art in San Mateo.