About the Livermore Art Association
The Livermore Art Association (LAA) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1957 to promote public interest and appreciation in the fine arts and in the fine crafts, as well as to encourage the artistic progress and the development of its membership. LAA membership is open to anyone interested in the fields of arts and crafts. We invite you to become a member of LAA.
The LAA supports the Livermore Art Association Gallery at 2155 3rd Street, Livermore, a co-op sales opportunity for qualified member artists to display their work for sale and/or rental. The public is invited to visit and shop at the Gallery.
The Art Circuit sponsors rotating exhibits of members' art at China Pavilion, Terra Mia, U.S. Bank, and other local merchants.
The LAA is a co-participant with the Pleasanton Art League (PAL) in general monthly meetings that feature demonstrations by renowned artists.
LAA Members help judge local school artwork, teach art in the schools and demonstrate arts and crafts to organizations and community functions by request.
LAA members receive The Portfolio, a newsletter jointly published with the Pleasanton Art League focusing on art related activities in the Tri-Valley Area. The Portfolio announces upcoming artists who will demonstrate at LAA/PAL monthly meetings, it announces shows to which members can submit work, it announces where members’ works are on display and it lists a calendar of events. Download this months portfolio.