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6th Glow-in-the-Dark Black Light Art Show | 2019

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Saturday, October 19, 2019 - 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*RSVP Required, donations are welcome

Studio 23 | 2309B Encinal Ave, Alameda, CA


Glow-in-the-Dark Black Light Art Show | Alameda

Everything must glow in the dark. Blacklight paintings, lit up sculpture art, body painting and video installations abound in this year’s Blacklight Art Show.

Studio 23 presents it’s annual Blacklight Art Show, a feast of glowing colors and shadowed contrasts in a light spectrum that may be unfamiliar to some, and a sense memory feast to others. These pieces are altered states of mind and float above their substrates, conjuring spells of form and color.

Several special indoor and outdoor installation pieces will be on display this year including  Wormhole by FILMA Art Collective. 

Stroll the outdoor night Market and check out the live music by Quentel the Cryptid and halloween treats by Shannon Cooks. The sister galleries, The Red Door and 3 Dot will be open as well.

Costumes encouraged, be sure to sign in to enter the costume contest.

Kids are always welcome at the Studio 23 Blacklight Art Show. Put out some glow-in-the-dark chalk, monster coloring sheets and Halloween treats.

Note: Please keep in mind we often have body painting and other interesting (edgy) artsy things going on. Please bring kids at your own discretion.

Admission is free and all ages are welcome. Suggested donation to this event is set on a sliding scale. $5-$10. Your contributions keep the doors open.

Black Light Art Show Artists 

So come inside, see and feel the presence of the powers of creativity, meet and greet and have a treat, and feast your eyes.


Free / RSVP


Cost: FREE*
*RSVP Required, donations are welcome
Categories: **Annual Event**, *Top Pick*, Art & Museums, East Bay
Venue: Studio 23
Address: 2309B Encinal Ave, Alameda, CA

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