Events

Pen to Page: Journaling On Purpose

Feb 14th and ongoing on 2nd Thursdays
7:00pm-9:00pm

Join us for an evening of journaling in the company of others doing the same. This is a surprisingly comforting and reassuring situation, and we invite you along for the experience.

Newbies and life-long journalers welcome. Alameda writer, Bronwyn Emery will be on hand to guide those who want it with prompts, direction, and a little structure. Or, you can pop the earbuds in, tune out, and luxuriate in some alone time with your thoughts and your journal.

Location: Julie’s Alameda

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LINDA KRAMER: PORTRAITS – Alameda

March 3 - May 5, 2019

Linda Kramer has been creating large-scale images utilizing a vintage square format camera and Kodak film ever since graduating from San Francisco State University in 1989, with a Bachelors Degree in Art/Photography.

“From the honest exchange I have with my subjects, to the final framed image, I’m highly engaged with the entire process,” Kramer says.

Her work has been published in American Photo Magazine, and images from her American Carnival Portraits series are currently included in the Permanent Collection at the San Jose Museum of Art.

Opening party is Friday, March 8 from 7 – 9 PM, with drink specials aplenty. The show will run through Sunday, May 5.

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Stamp Carving – ALAMEDA

21
Mar 2019
Thursday
7:00pm-9:00pm

Have you ever wanted to learn how to carve your own rubber stamp? Join us Thursday, March 21st from 7-9 PM and learn how!

Maira will walk you through how to carve rubber, and you’ll get to take home a customized stamp you can use again and again.

We’ll provide all the supplies! Because of this, we are asking for a $5-10 suggested donation, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

This event is part of our Stone Soup Community Night series.

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OAKLAND – Temescal Artists Meet & Greet

26
Mar 2019
Tuesday
6 - 8 PM

Deborah Samia is a local sculptor who studied in the classical tradition, with themes and subjects that celebrate harmony, balance, and sense of proportion of the idealized figure. Join us Tuesday, March 26th in Oakland and learn about her unusual career — from masks to monuments — while she teaches a lesson on sculpting a wall hanging “relief.”
Doors at 6, materials are $5

Open Craft Night – ALAMEDA

4th Thursdays
7 - 9 PM

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Join us every 4th Thursday for an open-forum craft night! Knit, draw, bead, collage… bring in your project and be inspired by the creative energy in the room. We will have our Stone Soup Thursday soup & drink combo available for $10. Hosted by Julie!