Featuring artwork by:
Aimee Alvarez, Fredo Armenta, Iliana Becerra, Marlyn Barrios, James Clark, Stephanie Cush, Gus Camacho, Maryam Crogman, Christophe Cuellar, Donna Elliot, Enrique Escobedo, Raymond Fernandez, Eloisa Garcia-Caro, Eric Gazca, Sean Golriz, Misty Green, Lessllie Real Hernandez, Neil Jenkins, Gabriel Jeronimo, Henry Jimenez, Jessica Jimenez, Rafa Magana, Jocelyn Mulgado, Kamelyta Noor, Mollie Ong, Ekaterina Orlovie, Veronica Ortega, Enedino Padilla, Velocity Parker, Dalia Penaloza, Sam Rathman, Yisenia Sanchez, Michael Sedano, Niniane Selene, Sonia Sleeger, Alan Spoonholz, Sheryl Stradling, Juan Varela, Erika Villegas, Wendy Walczak, Jessie Welch and Danni Wei
The Artscape exhibition series is a collaboration between Riverside County and the Riverside Arts Council. Artscape shows the wide range of talented artists within Riverside County and illustrates how art is woven into our daily lives. The Art-in-Public-Places program is dedicated to making art accessible to all. The artists featured come from a variety of backgrounds and demonstrate the diversity within the Inland region’s population.
March 2023 - August 2023
The Artscape Spring and Summer 2023 exhibit will be concluding in August with a silent auction comprised of pieces in the current exhibition. Participating artists will select from the pieces they have on display to include in the auction, at a discounted price. Bid sheets located in the lobby of the Riverside County Administrative Center will include an image of the piece as well as the location the piece is hung in the building so it can be viewed in person.
To submit your work for the next exhibition, please fill out the Google submission form with your bio and information on your submissions. If you have any trouble with the form, you can also download the submission check list and email the completed form and images to email@example.com
Deadline for submissions:
March - August: January 31st
September - February: July 31st
The Riverside County Administration Center Annex opened in late 2001. Its finer features include a five-story atrium and a state-of-the-art Board of Supervisors' meeting chambers. The Annex also houses the offices of the Board of Supervisors and the Riverside County Executive Office. The Annex's circular design transformed a glass tower into a beautiful piece of diverse architecture. The building's curves, melded with the tower's right angles, create a stunning new look that neither building could have on its own. Inside, the Atrium offers a perfect exhibition hall for local artists.
The ongoing Artscape exhibition at the County Administration Center is coordinated by the Riverside Arts Council as part of its Art in Public Places program. The bi-annual exhibits are designed to showcase the unique and inspiring aspects of life in Riverside County. The artwork featured can be found in the main lobby, Executive Offices and the Board of Supervisors lobby. The purpose of the Artscape exhibition is to show the wide range of talented artists found within Riverside County and to illustrate how art can be inter-woven into our daily lives. The Art in Public Places program is dedicated to taking art out of the museum and placing it where people can view it on a regular basis.
The artists featured come from a variety of backgrounds, and are representative of the diversity found within the Inland Empire's population. The mission of the Riverside Arts Council is to promote, develop, support and sustain the arts. Since 1977 the Arts Council has provided visual and performing arts programs, services, education and outreach to citizens of all ages in communities throughout the County of Riverside.
The Riverside Arts Council would like to thank the Riverside County Board of Supervisors for making this project possible.
Kevin Jeffries, District 1
John F. Tavaglione, District 2
Chuck Washington, District 3
V. Manuel Perez, District 4
Yxstian Gutierrez , District 5
George Johnson, County Executive Officer