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Livermore has a well-established and distinctive cultural arts identity. The City is home to a large and diverse collection of cultural arts organizations and assets, including a symphony orchestra, opera company, several dance companies, Shakespeare festival, chamber music series, performing arts center, poet laureate, organizations for visual arts, literary arts, vocal music, public television, heritage groups, arts educators, artisans, and many individual artists.

The combination of Livermore's arts, culture, heritage, viticulture, and science form a rich identity and way of life that is clearly acknowledged and celebrated by the community. We encourage you to enjoy these wonderful community resources.

Opportunities for Artists

Public Art Guide

Current Events     

High School Senior Art Awards
Application Deadline: April 29, 2016 at 5:00pm
The High School Senior Arts Awards Program is designed to identify, recognize, and encourage talented graduating high school students who reside in Livermore and/or attend a Livermore school. Schools may be public, private, charter or home school, and must be Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accredited. Winners will receive a $600 award from the City’s Commission for the Arts. For the application and more information, click here.

City Special Award Winners of LAA 2016 Spring Art Show - April 2, 2016
The following entries have won the City’s Special Award and $100 prizes in seven categories of artistic media:

Time and Place by Julie Cuy (Oil)
Red Iron Bark Eucalyptus by David Goosman (3D & Fiber)
UC Berkeley DOE Library by Jennifer Guan (Photography)
Polly 2 by Richard Johnson (2D Other)
Elizabeth by Nalanda Ravindrudu (Watercolor)
Repose Life Drawing of Shatki by Arena Shawn (Drawing, Color Pencil & Pastel)
Migration by Lynne Shephard (Acrylic)

These pieces are available for public viewing in the Art Alcove at City Hall, located at 1052 S. Livermore Avenue at the side entrance closest to the Police Department. Congratulations to the winners!

Recent Events


  • Dedication event for Sunday with Jessie by sculptor Susan Geissler, donated by Gary and Nancy Harrington - March 11, 2016 (pictured above)
    •     See photos from the ceremony    


  • Always On by Vicki Jo Sowell installed at Fire Station No. 9 - February 2016 (pictured above)
  • Downtown Sculptures Call for Artists - applications closed March 15, 2016 (view Call for Artists)
  • Downtown Sculptures Community Review Panel - applications closed March 4, 2016 (view application)
  • Art in Schools Request for Proposals - applications closed March 4, 2016 (view Request for Proposals)  
  • Poetry at Ravenswood: January 17, 2016
  • Poetry at Ravenswood: December 6, 2015    

Past Public Arts Projects





For more information about Livermore Public Art, contact us at