About the FCAC
The FCAC’s mission is to further and support the practice and enjoyment of the fine arts in the Fremont community. Learn more about our mission and activities.
Please call us at (510) 794-7166 to let us know of your club’s upcoming fundraisers, meetings, workshops, concerts, and other events.
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Juried Photo Exhibit
The 22nd Annual Juried Photography Exhibit for Fremont residents and Fremont photography club members will be held from March 5, 2016 to April 2, 2016. The exhibit opening was held on Saturday, March 5, from 6:30-8:30 pm in the Fremont Main Library’s Fukaya Room. From March 6th to April 2nd, photographs selected by the panel of judges will be on display in the Library’s reading area behind the main desk on the first floor.
View this year’s top award winners. [above: this year’s First Place winner, “Cable Car” by Karan Kauchhur]
East Bay Gives
The Fremont Cultural Arts Council publishes the Fremont Focus three times a year, and distributes it at no charge through libraries, schools and local merchants. The Fremont Focus features a calendar of cultural art events throughout the Tri-cities area, contact listings of local civic and arts organizations… and so much more!
Flash Fiction Contest
The Fremont Cultural Arts Council and Half-Price Books will again be holding the one day Flash Fiction Writing Contest on Saturday, September 24, 2016. This year’s theme will be ‘non human’, a treat for Science Fiction and Fantasy authors and readers! The 300-words-or less stories submitted are posted around the store on that day, and the customers read and vote for their favorites, with an awards presentation as soon as the ballots are counted after the contest ends at 4:00PM. Light refreshments will be provided by Nothing Bundt Cakes and Half Price Books. This event is free to the public. If you are interested in submitting your story, review the rules here.
Announcing the boxART! Program
boxART! is the City of Fremont’s program which provides for the painting of colorful murals on the nearly 170 utility boxes located at each signaled intersection throughout Fremont. The program is much appreciated by residents and visitors, and the city has recently announced Phase 3 of the program. Artists whose work is chosen and completed will receive a $650 stipend.
Induz Student Art Exhibition
Friday, August 5, 2016 (time TBA)
Please join us for a Student Art Exhibition in the Fukaya Room at the Fremont Library. Free admission, light snacks will be provided.