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Livermore has a well-established and distinctive cultural arts identity. The city is home to a large and diverse collection of cultural arts organizations and assets, including a symphony orchestra, opera company, several dance companies, Shakespeare festival, chamber music series, performing arts center, poet laureate, organizations for visual arts, literary arts, vocal music, public television, heritage groups, arts educators, artisans, and many individual artists.

The combination of Livermore's arts, culture, heritage, viticulture, and science form a rich identity and way of life that is clearly acknowledged and celebrated by the community. We encourage you to enjoy these wonderful community resources.

For more information about Livermore Public Art, contact the Office of Innovation and Economic Development at 925-960-4052 or email at

Check out some videos highlighting Public Art programs and projects in the City of Livermore!

Livermore Cultural Arts Vision 

We are so excited to launch the campaign for the Livermore Cultural Arts Vision.  This citywide, multi-phase project will lead to the City's cultural arts plan for the coming decade.  From October to December 2021, the City of Livermore is asking community members who live, work, play, and visit the region to share their feedback and ideas for how they envision the future of arts and culture in Livermore.  Community members can fill out survey, participate in community engagement pop-ups, and identify cultural art opportunities and specific locations on an interactive community map.

Some questions that guide the research during the planning process include:

  • What programming or installations contribute to civic pride, placemaking, and economic development?
  • What cultural art opportunities and which areas in Livermore should the City invest?
  • How can the City encourage local art production and professional artists? 
  • What are potential sources of funding for the arts? 
  • How can programming and collaboration happen within the Tri-Valley and Northern California?

Project Campaign Website and Map

Public Art Guide