Scary Art Show 2021

What scares you? What secret fears do you harbor in the recesses of your mind? We’re looking for scary, creepy, spooky, unsettling art! Artwork submitted can be hair-raising, humorous, or ‘deadly’ serious, as long as it adheres to the scary theme. Bring on the creative creepiness! SUBMISSION FREE entry! Zero submission fee! Commission of 30%Continue reading “Scary Art Show 2021”

Call for Artists: DAC Watercolor Show

The Dublin Arts Collective (DAC) is thrilled to present our very first in-person art show titled “DAC Watercolor Show”Thanks to the generosity of Sawsan Wolski who is making the Frame Company and Art Gallery available to us!This show will form part of a series of events showcasing Dublin’s artistic talent and highlighting the value of having an accessible localContinue reading “Call for Artists: DAC Watercolor Show”

It’s Dublin Pride Month 2020!

Dublin Pride Week is now  a month long due to the pandemic and runs from  September 19 to October 4 – and the Dublin Arts Collective is proud to recognize all the wonderful volunteers who have helped us in our mission of supporting local arts and artists! Here are a few events we are highlighting which includesContinue reading “It’s Dublin Pride Month 2020!”

Tracy Arts Commission presents new Downtown Veteran’s Mural addressing Health & Wellness

The Tracy Arts Commission (TAC) announced the completion of a new veteran’s mural as part of the Civic Art Program – Downtown Tracy Mural Project.  This striking large format work is now on display on the West Side Market Building in Jackson Alley adjacent to the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts at 715 CentralContinue reading “Tracy Arts Commission presents new Downtown Veteran’s Mural addressing Health & Wellness”

An interview with Makenna Toney creator of the “Stop Killing Us” artwork

Dublin High School 2020 Graduate and artist Makenna Toney, created an artwork entitled “Stop Killing Us” in response to the the Black Lives Matter movement. We approached Makenna about her creative process when painting the piece and these are her responses: Q. In a time where many have been reflective about what they care aboutContinue reading “An interview with Makenna Toney creator of the “Stop Killing Us” artwork”