Brilliant Digital Art by Jeanne Bertolina on display now through May 24th in downtown Hayward
Don’t miss this opportunity to take a stroll through time visiting some wonderful Hayward landmarks. I attended last week with my good friend and artist Jeanne Bertolina. Her perspectives in digital art are truly magical. For those of you who are very familiar with Hayward, you will love the art it transports you back in time. The Cannery Cafe is on site as well if you would like to enjoy an excellent breakfast or lunch!
“My passion is seeing beauty and artistic possibilities everywhere and making interesting
(and sometimes surprising) compositions from ordinary subjects.” – Jeanne Bertolina
At the Hayward Area Historical Society Center for History and Culture
April 15 to May 24, 2015 – Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 10 AM to 4 PM
Address: 22380 Foothill Boulevard, Hayward CA 94541
FUN FACTS: Along with each composition is a card with history and fun facts about the subject.
Like did you know that the Hayward Plunge is on some lists of haunted places in California, or
that Buffalo Bill’s was one of the first brewpubs in the state? And, believe it or not, people used
to play pee-wee golf and watch amateur boxing in the Ace Hardware building on B Street.
MAP AND DIRECTIONS
The HAHS Center for History and Culture is located right on Foothill Boulevard in downtown Hayward.
Get onto Foothill from either Jackson, Mission or the 580 freeway.
From Foothill coming north, turn right onto Russell, just a block past A Street.
Park either in the municipal lot to the right, or in the Center’s lot to the left.
Enter the HAHS Center from the door facing the parking lot.
From Foothill coming south, turn left on City Center Drive (just past Chase Bank).
Turn right on 2nd and right again on Russell and into one of the lots.
You need to sneak in the back way to avoid getting caught in the “Hayward Loop”