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Richmond Art Center: Call to Artist and Vintage Vendors

Sell your art or vintage items to the East Bay Community at this year’s Holiday Arts Festival, Vintage Edition.

(Richmond, CA, September 13)—The Richmond Art Center (RAC) has put out a call to artist and vintage vendors for it’s annual Holiday Arts Festival on December 2nd, 2012.

Artist and vintage vendors are the centerpiece of the festival, which will also include live music, a café, a fine art silent auction, the RAC’s famous ceramics sale, and kids art activities. This year, the Richmond Art Center is celebrating hosting this event for over 50 years with a 1960’s theme. Come in vintage costume!

The Holiday Arts Festival, encouraging the community to shop local support the arts since 1961.

For additional information about the Holiday Arts Festival, please visit the festival website.

To register to be a vendor, call 510-620-6772.

About The Richmond Art Center:
The Richmond Art Center is a membership-based 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public benefit corporation that is committed to the vision that a place for the arts and the creative process is essential to personal, social, and economic growth. Since 1936, the center has provided meaningful visual arts experiences to the diverse populations of the greater San Francisco Bay Area. The RAC engages exploration and learning through studio art classes, innovative exhibitions, and transformative community projects.

The RAC was named 2010 non-profit of the year by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, a 2011 City of Richmond Historic Preservation Award recipient for John Roeder sculptures, and Best of 2011 for art classes in Contra Costa County by Parent’s Press.

Located at 2540 Barrett Avenue (at the corner of Barrett and 25th Street), Richmond, CA 94804, adjacent to Civic Center Plaza. Wheelchair accessible, free parking, BART accessible.

For membership, class, and exhibition information please visit or call (510) 620-6772. Exhibition hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. Exhibitions are free to the public.

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