Meet the Emerging Artists of the Next Generation
In May, CAL invites HMB High School Art Students to display their work, at no cost to the school or students. Plan to see the emerging artists of the next generation.
Logan Jaeger Nate Feix
Sofie Rasmussen Johanna Bork
Emelie Kuhr Grady Kirsch
Andrea Villegas Patricia Glosecki
Josh Warner- Carey Sophia Valdez
Genni Zaidain Emelly Navarrete
Haley Hahn Maddie Rojas
Alexandria Dennison Ellie Rembert-Poore
Morgan Day Chelsea Nabor
Nikki Sorfleet Maddie McKnight
Antje Hipkins Diana Mendez
Lucy Helmlinger Devon Kearney
Zara Zubaidy Sierra Hamilton
Raven Fortin Daniel McIntosh
Janelle Harris Siena Hinshelwood
Aya Holcome Julia Neal
Alma Munguia- Galvan Nayeli Jaracuaro-Acevedo
Corina Dewald Emma Bellino
Elise Quick Alejandra Garduno
Marisela Martinez - Maya June Murray
Miriam Salazar-Romero Alejandra Castro-Chavez
Andre Castro Santos Polet Garduno-Almara
Call for Artists
SAN FRANCISCO WOMEN ARTISTS
ENTRY DEADLINE JUNE 3 ~ SFWA Gallery invites San Francisco Bay Area artists (men & women) to submit images that reflect ABSTRACTION - Shapes, colors, and forms that create a visual reality.
Three cash awards will be given to the Juror's Choice selections in the amount of $100.
Juror: Mary Mocas, Principal/ Art Consultant, The Mocas Group.
For submission details go here:
Juried HMB High School Art Show
Saturday May 20
2:00 - 4:00 pm
Exhibit on view
May 19 to June 18, 2017
300 Main St.
Half Moon Bay
Looking Ahead - Events at CAL
• June 23- July 30: Three Artists Against Alzheimer's
Gala Reception on Friday, June 30, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm
• Help launch a Gallery Exhibit for September, featuring work that celebrates the California Coast. Contact President, Jane Lewis, to join the curatorial committee.
Thank you for your Support.
CAL participated in a one-day campaign to raise funds for more than 20 non-profits who serve our local community. The 24 hour campaign began at midnight May 4, and continued throughout the day. Members and friends of CAL contributed more than $3,000 to help bring meaningful art programs to the community.
Visit Our Sister Organizations
Peninsula Museum of Art
Sanchez Art Center
Palo Alto Art Center
Santa Cruz Art and History Museum
Peninsula Museum of Art
Santa Cruz Art League
San Francisco Women Artists
Strategic Vision Announced
The Coastal Arts League is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, founded in 1979, by local artists. Like any small non-profit, we exist because of our volunteers. We propose that by working together, we can all have more impact on the causes and issues we care about. Our objective is to build an on-going program that benefits our community, because it makes the Coastside a better place to live.
The Board of Directors is meeting to chart a new course for financial sustainability, after the 2016 loss of longtime Benefactor and Director, Arabella Decker. Key programs for 2017 include the High School Art Show, Adult Art classes, at the Senior Center, and an After-school Art Program for K-5 students in the Mid-Peninsula Housing center. The current session of the Adult Art Class at the Senior Center begins every Friday at 12:45pm.