Tōmye: Living Artist

Encouraging Art Engagement

Reception and Mask Making

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Give an artist their due; it’s a cultural courtesy, whether with regard to the former Alice Arts Center now named after Malonga Casquelourd or the 9 artists, Brett Houser, Cynthia Butler, Sue Matthews, Esteban Longoria, Paul Graf, Lisa Stewart, Patricia Montgomery, Marisol Gonzalez and Christine Rossi who are presenting  “The Light of Los Muertos ” the current exhibit scheduled through Tues. Nov. 30, offered at The Annex.

Supporters of art, are welcome this evening Thurs. Oct. 28, 5:30-8:00 to a reception and Mask Making workshop offered within The Annex.

This is a wheelchair /walker accessible portion of the historical City of Oakland Office of Parks and Recreation’s Malonga Casquelour Center for the Arts Performance Center, located at 1428 Alice street.  The  site is approximately 6-7 blocks from the Lake Merritt BART and the  Downtown Oakland 12th street BART.

After you get your dose of culture tonight, you’re moved to receive details about classes, upcoming events, rental facilities, call (510)

Visit with Madame Joye

An Installation artwork by Christine Rossi

238-7221 or 238-7526.

Author: Tōmye : Living Artist

There's the need to stay focused, organized and deliberate, to enhance connections, community and personal projects and remain healthy in every possible way! I enjoy framing items, painting portraits, fabricating fused glass objects, projecting a positive public persona all told, giving people the best I have to offer. Sharing my talents by tutoring youth & adults and counseling visual Artists, uplifts me as well. I very much like and reference Classic & Contemporary Arts of a multitude of cultures. Here's to self care and care for others!

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