Milpitas Arts Hotline - (408)
This telephone message hotline is updated each month with current
information regarding cultural events in Milpitas.
Arts in General
Silicon Valley's Ultimate Guide to Arts and Culture - featuring
half-price tickets, calendar of events, organization and venue
directories, classes and workshops, jobs, auditions, and more!
City of Milpitas Public Art Committee
Founded August 2, 2005. The Milpitas Public Art Committee (PAC) serves as an advisory body to the City Council. The Public Art Committee includes all members of the Arts Commission as well as 3 members from the Alliance for the Arts or its successor non-profit organization, and 1 member from the general public, with an art background or specifically identifiable involvement with the arts.
Venue for many indoor musical and theatrical events.
Cultural Arts Support
Milpitas has some modest grant money for those wishing to provide
quality arts experiences in Milpitas.
Too often grant writers fall into these traps when applying for
Grant Writing Help
A list of organizations that provide technical assistance, consulting,
classes and research materials in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We are a network of leaders who care about the cultural and aesthetic quality of life in Silicon Valley. Our mission is to ignite investment and engagement in our creative culture.
Photographer Kaz has organized local photography enthusiasts
interested in meeting monthly or more often to share photography
tips and occasionally go on photographic field trips.
The Painting Gourmet. Instead of paint brushes, Darling uses
vegetables to daub unusual textures into her paintings.
Cara Drouin makes original cloth art for your home: batiks, quilts,
horse clothing, people clothing, textile sculptures and more.
Golden Hills Art Association
Holds its monthly meetings on the first Thursday of each month
at the Community Room of the Milpitas Police Station, located
at 1275 N. Milpitas Blvd., at 7:30 PM. For more information,
please call 408-263-7929.
Roballoo [Rob-a-loo] aka Rob Carroll has a long history associated with various forms of creativity: from early scribble drawings of his toddler years to the User Interface-driven web designs of today. Throughout that time he's created Illustrations, logos, fonts, posters, trade show booths, brochures, comic strips and of course web sites (whew!)
Museums For the Young At Heart
Although Milpitas does boast but one museum, the Valley is full
Black Cat Comics
Check out the latest graphic novels. 176 S. Main St. 408-942-6903.