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Art, critique & coffee every Friday in Vintage Hills

Original post made on Jun 26, 2012

Artists gather each Friday morning at Coffee Ali in the Vintage Hills Shopping Center to share their latest works for a gentle critique. They also hang themed exhibits on the wall each month for the enjoyment of coffee-drinking patrons.

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Posted by Claudette , a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Jun 26, 2012 at 10:12 am

Thanks for the article Dolores ~ Our next months theme is Art in Public Places, once again Local Landscapes. August brings a challenging theme of "Material World/Textile Art," which will be very interesting. I hope many of you visit Coffee Ali and check it out. On the wall by the Featured Artist and the Group Theme Wall, there are handouts that lets you know what the theme is each month and the Contact Information for each of the Artists Hanging their work. Enjoy ~


Posted by Kristine Walker , a resident of Vineyard Hills
on Jul 2, 2012 at 9:43 pm

Coffee Ali is a wonderful gathering spot aside from the routine of downtown and Tulley's...Local, clean, spacious and artsy! Yeah to Ali for all her hard work and giving local artists a place to share their work:)


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