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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. We invite you to become a member of LAA. LAA membership is open to anyone interested in the fields of arts and crafts. Learn more about LAA.



Dates of Interest


Art Under the Oaks July 19 and 20 from 11 am to 4 pm
Art Uner the Oaks Art Under the Oaks celebrates its 28th anniversary under the cool, shady canopy of oak trees at Alden Lane Nursery on July 19 and 20 from 11 am to 4 pm. Close to 40 artists will have paintings, photography, jewelry, garden art, mosaics, glass work and decorative gourds for sale.


In addition, "The Biggest Little Rabbit Rescue in the East Bay" show will display the works of 20 artists in Ruthie's Room. At least 50% of the price of each work sold from the bunny show will be donated to East Bay Rabbit Rescue, which works with the East County Animal Shelter in Dublin. The Tri Valley Woodcarvers will also demonstrate and display their sculptures.


Other activities include wine tasting, fruit tasting, face painting and music. There will be hourly raffle prizes of $25 gift certificates to Alden Lane Nursery. If your name is pulled on Sunday at 4 pm, you win the grand prize of an original piece of art valued at $200.


Alden Lane Nursery is located at 981 Alden Lane in Livermore, which is at the corner of Holmes and Alden Lane. Overflow parking is available at Sunset Plaza, at the corner of Concannon and Holmes in Livermore. A free shuttle is offered to and from Alden Lane Nursery to the overflow parking. Admission to the show is free.


Artists' Treasures at the LAA Gallery through August. Mushrooms by Maryann Kot If you have not been to the LAA Gallery in a while, you are in for a treat! The old is out and the new is in! Member artists, who have been busy creating, are proud to celebrate the second quarter with new work in a show entitled Our Artists’ Treasures. Come by and see what your fellow artists have been up to! You will surely be inspired! Tell your friends and out of town visitors. They are certain to enjoy the work too. Thursday’s Farmers Market begins their new season on May 15 and runs every Thursday through Oct. 16 along the streets surrounding the Carnegie Building. Hours are 4-8 pm. Each week various gallery members will display work for purchase in front of the Carnegie. Members of LAA who are not gallery members are also invited to sell their work at this weekly event.