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2024 Alameda on Camera

 ​2024 ​Alameda On Camera Exhibit 

A Juried, Photo-Based, Multimedia Competition
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April 5  - May 25
Reception: Saturday, May 11 • 3 – 5 pm

Alameda on Camera is an annual, juried event conducted throughout the City of Alameda.  For 48 hours, beginning 9:00 pm Friday and ending 9:00 pm Sunday, 48 photo-based adult artists and our youth artists roam the City of Alameda and capture images of neighborhood, favorite places, secret hideaways and, if they choose, spotlight families, friends and famous (and infamous!) town characters.

Michael Reynolds, 2024 Marketing Award,  Alameda Through My Lens

"Alameda Through My Lens" Michael Reynolds, 2024 Marketing Award

Congratulations to the Alameda On Camera  Participants!

Adrian Acu  ◊  Chris Adamson  ◊  John Anderson  ◊  Ken Banks  ◊  Graciella Basco  ◊   David Bock  ◊  RE Casper  ◊  Bernard Coll  ◊  Jeff Cullen  ◊  Jim DuPont  ◊  Stephen Elbert  ◊  Maya Euell-Hazard  ◊  Bryan Farley  ◊  Neil Geller  ◊  Lisa Gonzalves  ◊  Kyle Gorman  ◊  Taggart Gorman  ◊  Reid Haataja  ◊  Gerard Hughes  ◊   Barbara James  ◊   Marie Kayler  ◊  Alisha Laborico  ◊   Lynn Landry  ◊  Ryan Lanthier  ◊  Eddy Lehrer  ◊  Charles Lucke  ◊  Karen Braun Malpas   ◊  Maddox McDonald  ◊  Brandon Meins  ◊  Melina Meza  ◊  Aisling O'Callaghan  ◊  Gregory Pease  ◊  John Pemberton  ◊  Andrea Pook  ◊  Pablo Ramirez  ◊  Emmy Randol  ◊  Michael Reynolds  ◊  Michael Ruggiero  ◊  Jeff Shelby  ◊  Yaniv Sherman  ◊  Anna Smalley  ◊  Peter Smalley  ◊  Roseanne Smith  ◊  James Van Slyke  ◊  Nick Winkworth  

Alameda On Camera Youth Participants

Kit Jackson  ◊  John Kim  ◊  Declan McFarland  ◊  Nyx Reese  ◊   Jacob Winkleman  ◊   Lukas Yap  ◊  Arman Yildirim

2024 Alameda On Camera Juror

Indira Martina Morre

Indira Martina Morre

Indira Martina Morre is a Bay Area multi-media artist, educator and curator. Her paintings and other mixed media works focus on art making employed in the service of a socially relevant investigations. Morre received a BA, with a double major in Art History and Art Practice, and an MFA from UC Berkeley where she is currently teaching painting, drawing, figure drawing, and senior thesis classes. Morre is the recipient of numerous awards including The Harry Ford Lord Award and The Eisner Prize in Art. Her work was recently exhibited at The Painting Center in New York, A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn, Croatian Association of Artists in Zagreb, Croatia, George Lawson Gallery in San Francisco, Kala Art Gallery in Berkeley, Royal NoneSuch Gallery and Krowswork in Oakland, Green Chalk Contemporary in Monterey, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley Art Center, MarinMOCA, SFMOMA Artist Gallery, and Cain Schulte Contemporary Art Gallery in San Francisco.

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