Sun Gallery
Hayward Area Forum of the Arts
Building Community
Through Creativity

1015 E Street
Hayward , CA , 94541


#StandupforScience: A Blue Planet

April 14 - June 3, 2017


Reception with the Artists and Exhibitors:

Saturday May 13th from 1pm - 4pm

Jon Kerpel, Renea Turner, Marjorie Lynne Wagner, Rachel Powell,Tamren Dong, Tushar Routh, Aanand Verma (Nepal), Patricia Gonzalez, Natalie Watkins, Sylvia Brallier, Janet Brugos, Carol Ramos, Stephen Parks (Nature Tale Books), Nina Starr, Janet Seifert, Marina Smelik, Carmen Avila, Hollie Adamic, Sheila Mun Jacobs, Peter and Maureen Langenbach, Jilly Huynh, Anitta Toivio (Kangasala), Dotti Cichon, Melissa Mohammadi, Vanessa Jimenez, Maliheh Bartolomeo, Quin Llamido plus Southgate Elementary School, Muma Children's Museum of Fine Arts (Wuhan,China) and Sun Gallery Free Art Saturday Families.

The Sun Gallery

Building Community Through Creativity


1015 E St. Hayward, Ca.


Free Admission 11-5pm Friday-Sunday


The Sun Gallery is a 50lc3 non-profit organization supported in part by the City of Hayward, H.A.R.D., its membership, ACAC ARTSFUND Grant, El Taquito #2 Hayward, Dr. Marion Kramer, Assemblyman District 20 Bill Quirk, Joy Rowan & Bruce Barret 

and Carpenters Union Local 713

Community through Creativity

Through Creativity


Since 1976, Sun Gallery has stimulated continuing community interest in the arts and expanded the image of the City of Hayward as a cultural center. We provide visual art exhibitions and educational programs that reflect the diverse cultural populations of Hayward and its surrounding area.


Building Community


The gallery acts in partnership with local institutions of education and government, businesses and corporations, and community service organizations to develop quality visual arts programming that welcomes and engage audiences of all ages, in order to enhance the relationship between the visual arts and day to day life experiences.


The Sun Gallery is a 501c3 non-profit organization