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.
Juried Photo Exhibit
The 26th Annual Juried Photography Exhibit for Fremont residents and Fremont photography club members will be held March 14 – April 18, 2020.The exhibit opening will be Saturday, March 14, from 6:00-8:00 pm and photographs selected by a panel of judges will be on display on the second floor of the Fremont Main Library.
View 2019 award winners. [above: 2019’s First Place winner, “Grand Central Station” by Eduardo Kneler]
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 2019 Flash Fiction Contest is now history! Co-sponsored by the Fremont Cultural Arts Council and Half–Price Books, the event was held on Saturday, October 19, 2019, once again hosted at Half Price Books in the Fremont Hub.
This year’s theme was: An alternative history of Fremont
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 Passport to World Arts – 2019 Dates!
2019 dates for this excellent hands-on geography and art program for younger children are:
October 4, 10, November 2, 16 at the Fremont Main Library. We’ve held this program for the last few years and each year we have more people attending! Children love learning about a different country and its unique art during each of the 4 sessions, then use materials provided to create their own version, and have their Induz ‘passports’ stamped with that country’s stamp.
This excellent program is provided free of charge, due to generous sponsorship by the Fremont Main branch of Alameda County Library, INDUZ and the FCAC. Featured projects in previous years included African Masks, Egyptian Portraits, Oaxacan/Mexican Alebrijes, and Turkish Hamsa Hands.
Stay tuned for more information!