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Downtown Livermore Art Stroll

  • Downtown Livermore 2160-2190 First St Livermore, CA, 94550 United States (map)
The Pourhouse by Jennie  McGregor

The Pourhouse by Jennie  McGregor

Want to get your work on the map in downtown Livermore?  Many local businesses and a couple of arts groups display the work of local artists in the downtown Livermore area.  Each location has its own vibe and you can apply to have your work displayed at the business.  

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Locations include:

  • Bankhead Theater:  The Bankhead Theater is a busy performing arts center, offering a wide range of performances from musicals to scientific talks.  Thousands of visitors attend these performances each month, offering a broad audience for the artwork displayed in the theater lobby and Founder's Room.  Shows are generally by invitation only.  For more information send email to Anne Giancola at
  • Ryan's Automotive Service:   One of the best views in Livermore, for art that is, Ryan Automotive has a wonderful space with lots of windows that lets sidewalk strollers peruse the art.  Friendly service and owners who love local arts make this one of the best places in town to show your work.  Find out more by contacting the curator, Carol Eicher at

  • Panama Bay Coffee Company:  A busy coffee house, with a kick-back attitude, where people linger over coffee and a newspaper or just sit and chat with friends.  It is a fun art venue, that loves both the established and up and coming artist and provides a varied audience for the art, from retired folks to youth.  For more information, email the curator, Judy Rice at

  • Espresso Rosetta:  Although Espresso Rosetta may be a newcomer to downtown Livermore, it has strongly supported the visual arts since it opened.  It has a bright, friendly, airy quality to it that makes it perfect for established artists to display their work. For more information, email the curator, Patty Benson at

  • Livermore Art Association Gallery:  The oldest, and at the moment, only art gallery in Livermore, the Livermore Art Association Gallery, known affectionately as the LAA Gallery provides display space for guest artists.  For more information, contact Peggy Kervin, Director or visit LAA