Local Arts and Artists in the Monterey Conference Center
The City of Monterey presents rotating art exhibits at the Alvarado Gallery in the Monterey Conference Center. The Gallery provides an opportunity for residents and visitors to celebrate the rich artistic and cultural heritage of the Monterey area. A call for artwork is usually conducted each fall.
Exhibit at the Monterey Conference Center
The City of Monterey, Museums and Cultural Arts Commission, and the Monterey Conference Center are pleased to announce the Alvarado Gallery exhibit "Celebrate Monterey in Fabric Art Quilts" featuring the Pixel Pals, a group of six local women who have been meeting monthly in Monterey since 2007 to explore digital techniques using Adobe Photoshop Elements to create art quilts.
This exhibit highlights art quilts designed by combining photography, quilting and computers to create digital art images of Monterey scenery, animals, vegetation and events. The group has been in exhibits at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles and Seaside City Hall. Members are: Gudny Campbell, Gloria Hatton, Elizabeth Hull, Cheryl Smith, Anna Mae Gazo and Roberta Goulding Brunet.
DUE TO THE COVID-19 HEALTH CRISIS, THE ALVARADO GALLERY ROTATING ART EXHIBITS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED.