Below are the scheduled exhibits to be hosted by the Olive Hyde Art Gallery for the year 2021. Please note that all virtual exhibits will be done through exhibbit (which we will link on our website under current exhibitions when the show opens). Please check back for dates and times of when our virtual events will be held for each show, as well as the center’s re-opening announcements.
Shifting Tides – Convergence in Cloth
Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA)
Artwork on postcard: Pelagic Produce by Denise Oyama Miller; artwork photographed by Sibila Savage
April 5th - June 27th
Virtual Reception: April 30th, 2021 from 7pm-8pm
Virtual Artists Roundtable: May 21st, 2021 from 11am-12pm
Created as a group exhibit to shine a light on the issues facing the Pacific Ocean today, Shifting Tides is a collection of work by 45 artists chosen from the seven Pacific-facing regions of Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA). An international organization that promotes the quilt as an art form, SAQA has a history of inviting artists to explore topical, sometimes controversial topics. With this latest show, the organization’s west-coast members explore the earth’s largest ecosystem.
For more information about SAQA, please visit their website at www.saqa.com.
Guild Members Juried Show
Olive Hyde Art Guild
Canyonlands by Mitchell Neto
Virtual Exhibit Dates: July 7th - October 3rd
In-Person Gallery Dates: July 29 - October 3
Art Reception: August 6th @ 7pm
The Members Juried Show is a biennial exhibit featuring various 2D and 3D artwork done by the Olive Hyde Art Guild members. This year's guest juror is Marianne McGrath, an independent curator and founder of MKM Art Consulting, LLC.
If you would like to participate in the show and join the Olive Hyde Art Guild, please visit their website at www.olivehydeartguild.org.
Exhibit to be announced at a later date . . .
October 17th - December 19th
Virtual event dates coming soon!
The City of Fremont Olive Hyde Art Gallery would like to give special thanks to the Olive Hyde Art Guild for sponsorship funding and the Fremont Cultural Arts Council for intern support of the new virtual exhibition initiative.