Arts Space Grants

The City of Dublin partners with the arts community in making Arts Space Grants available to allow arts organizations and artists limited, rent-free use of certain City facilities, for the purpose of offering unique high-quality arts programming for the public.  Arts Space Grants are intended to foster the arts in Dublin, making a wide variety of arts programs available to Dublin residents.  Priority is given to Dublin-based organizations and artists, and others offering free or discounted programming, open to the public.   

Applicants may request up to 40 hours of free use at any of the specified City facilities. 

Available Facilities:
  • Ambrose Hall at Shannon Community Center
  • Art Classrooms at Dublin Senior Center
  • Ballroom at Dublin Senior Center
  • Community Room at Dublin Library
  • Emerald Glen Amphitheater
  • Little Classroom at Dublin Heritage Park
  • Lobby at Dublin City Hall
  • Old St. Raymond's Church at Dublin Heritage Park
  • Sunday School Barn at Dublin Heritage Park

Available Arts Space Events

Violin Holiday Concert
Sunday, December 16, at 3:00 p.m.  Doors open at 2:30 p.m.
Dublin Senior Center, 7600 Amador Valley Boulevard

"String" in the holiday season with a holiday concert performance by the students of Keep Violinin' Studio. Led by Jianni Song, students ages 4-15 will perform a string ensemble as well as violin solos and duets to some of their favorite holiday melodies.

Free and open to all ages.

Get Involved

Arts organizations and artists may download an application here to request free use of City of Dublin-owned facilities. Applications are reviewed by Staff each month on the first day of the month.  Please allow at least one month for application review and processing.  Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply at least six months in advance in order to benefit from having their programs publicized in the Dublin Activity Guide.  For more information, please call (925) 556-4504.