East Bay Artists Exhibit

Studio 23 Gallery celebrates turning 10 years old by hosting the very first East Bay Artists Exhibit.
View a clip from the interviews that evening

This year, to celebrate our 10 year anniversary Studio 23 and our sister galleries, 3 Dot & The Red Door will be showcasing artist’s from the East Bay Artists Books.

Title: Studio 23 Gallery 10 Year Anniversary East Bay Artists Exhibit

Age: All Ages
When: Saturday May 20th 
When: Doors 7pm
*Artist Discussion Panel with host Victor Mavedzenge  7:30pm-8:30pm
*Live Music w/ The Helltones 8:30-9:15pm
*3 Open Galleries!! Studio 23, 3 Dot & The Red Door 7-10pm
Where: Studio 23 & 3 Dot & The Red Door : 2309 Encinal Ave. Alameda, Ca 94501

Cost: Suggested Donation Sliding Scale $5-$20. Donations will continue to support ArtPush art events, projects, workshops  https://paypal.me/artpusher/20 or venmo ARTPUSH

Contact: or call 415.580.2300 (Leave VM)

Participating Artists

Dress: Artist Business / Artist Casual / Artsy Fartsy


Thanks to our community East Bay Artists Art Books are now available POD at Bookbaby.com

Our very first show 10 years ago, in 2013 and was called “Show Me Your City”. Enjoy live music with The Helltones! Victor Mavedzenge will lead off festivities with a live art talk featuring artists from the book (Panelists TBA). Whether you’re an art collector, a casual admirer, or simply looking for a fun and memorable night out, Studio 23’s 10 year anniversary party is the place to be. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to celebrate the vibrant art community of the East Bay and the many talented artists who call it home. Join Studio 23 Gallery in this celebration of art, music, and community, and help us mark this milestone in our 10 year journey.

More about the history of Studio 23
Studio 23 was founded a decade ago by Jessica and Wesley
Warren, who had moved to Alameda just a year earlier. They
began by organizing sketch Meetups throughout the city, inviting
artists from all over the East Bay to join them in creating art. After
opening Studio 23, they encouraged other artists to open studios
next to theirs, creating a community of artists with a wide range of
backgrounds and styles. They used their marketing and artistic
skills to promote events such as the 2nd Friday Art Walks, skill-
building workshops, Holiday window contests, music and film
events, the Annual Alameda Summer Art Fair & Maker Market & Black Light Art Show . They
also supported causes they believed in, including Creative Art
Program most recently with Girls Inc and fundraising events and opportunities for FAAS, Ukraine, Standing
Rock Protest, Ghostship Fires and more.

Thanks to their efforts, Studio 23 became known across the
country for its vibrant art community, and many artists moved to
the area as a result. They funded these activities themselves until
a group of artists formed ArtPush.org to facilitate fundraising and
build on their efforts. During the pandemic, when open studio art
shows were not possible, ArtPush published a series of books
featuring 100 diverse artists each year, beginning in 2020 with
East Bay Artists. They also launched 2nd Friday Art Talks in 2020,
featuring in-depth interviews with artists featured in these
collections of eclectic art.

The community of Alameda is grateful for Jessica and Wesley’s
continued contributions to the well-being of the community
through art.

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