15th ANNUAL ALAMEDA ON CAMERA
2021 Alameda On Camera
A Juried, Photo-Based, Multimedia Competition
48 ● 48 ● 48
April 2 - May 29
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.
Congratulations to the Alameda On Camera Particpants!
Chris Adamson ◊ John Anderson ◊ Cassie Arnold ◊ Jinky Barretto ◊ Michele Bock ◊ David Bock ◊ Patti Cary ◊ Ginnie Chabre ◊ Diana Craia ◊ Jeff Cullen ◊ Andre Cunha ◊ Jeff Dunn ◊ Susan Dunn ◊ Jim DuPont ◊ Joanne Clapp Fullagar ◊ Keith Garrison ◊ Neil Geller ◊ Susan Lea Hackett ◊ Susan Hillyard ◊ Eleonore Hockabout ◊ Gerard Hughes ◊ Barbara James ◊ Eddy Lehrer ◊ Cha Levias-Dye ◊ Charles Lucke ◊ Karen Braun Malpas ◊ Phillip Matarrese ◊ Shannon McCook ◊ Andy McKee ◊ Melanie McMullen ◊ Brandon Meins ◊ Chris Murray ◊ Amy Patick ◊ Gregory Pease ◊ Eduardo Pineda ◊ Pablo Ramirez ◊ Ellen Rosenthal ◊ Stephanie Schoniger-Brand ◊ Yaniv Sherman ◊ Ron Silva ◊ Anna Smalley ◊ Luis Solorzano ◊ Robin Young
Alameda On Camera Youth Participants
Ava Burton ◊ Alicia Craia ◊ Amelia Forder ◊ Declan McFarland ◊ Jayla Sherman ◊ Miles Wilson ◊ Theo Wilson
Alameda On Camera Juror - Natani Notah
Natani Notah (Diné, Lakota, Cherokee) is an interdisciplinary artist and educator. She has exhibited her work at institutions, such as apexart, New York City; NXTHVN, New Haven; Tucson Desert Art Museum, Tucson; Gas Gallery, Los Angeles; The Holland Project, Reno; Mana Contemporary, Chicago; Axis Gallery, Sacramento; SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco, and elsewhere. Notah has received awards from Art Matters, International Sculpture Center, and the San Francisco Foundation. Her work has been published in Art in America, Hyperallergic, Forbes, and Sculpture Magazine and she has had artist residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, Grounds for Sculpture, Headlands Center for the Arts, and This Will Take Time, Oakland. Currently she is a 2020-2021 Kala Art Institute Fellow and an Instructor for Stanford Continuing Studies. Notah holds a BFA with a minor in feminist, gender, and sexuality studies from Cornell University and an MFA from Stanford University.
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