Oakland Digital (ODALC) presents our third annual “Inspire Oakland” graphic art project, co-sponsored by City of Oakland, CBS Outdoor, Améredia, Oaklandish, Cal State East Bay and Peralta Colleges.
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Ready to Learn Fun Fair! Saturday, October 1st, 2011 at the Peralta Elementary School in Oakland, CA.
20th Anniversary of the 1991 Firestorm & Safety Summit in Oakland, CA.
We’re pulling together a low-cost one-day Bar Camp that will bring government officials, developers, designers, and interested parties together for a day that will be devoted to looking at local datasets of use to people in Oakland, and that gives teams a chance to talk through, brainstorm and prototype their ideas before the competition closes on July 11.
Oakland Digital (ODALC) invites your design entry to our 2nd annual “Inspire Oakland” billboard contest. This year’s theme is “What about Oakland Inpires YOU?” “Inspire Oakland” encourages interest in graphic design and information technologies through creative expression.
When used properly, social media can be a great tool to help your small business reach untapped, potential customers and stay connected to current ones. But there are a few things you’ll need to know to help you get the most out of social media as well as your online presence in its entirety. “Social Media for Small Business” will help break social media down into easy-to-understand pieces, so you can make sense of and make use of this powerful resource in a way that grows your business.
The Oakland Housing Authority, The John Stewart Company, Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center (ODALC) and the Craigslist Foundation held the 2010 West Oakland National Night Out (NNO) on 8th Street & Mandela in Oakland, California.
Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center (ODALC) provided the community with a Digital Photography booth with cool activities and an innovative approach for West Oakland youth to pick-up new skills.
ODALC asked participants to submit a billboard design conveying something inspirational about the City of Oakland. The top twelve submissions will be featured in three of Oakland’s most prominent art galleries; the top four submissions will be displayed on a digital billboard on Highway 80 (donated by CBS Outdoor). Finally, one lucky winner will have his or her work posted on a commercial billboard (donated by the City of Oakland).
Rising Sun Energy Center, founded in 1994, has evolved from a modest renewable energy education center into a leading green workforce development and retrofit services organization.
Ever since it was first announced in January, 2010, ODALC’s Inspire Oakland Billboard Contest has generated a significant amount of interest from the public. Artists and designers from all corners of the Bay Area naturally jumped at the opportunity to have their work published on a billboard that collects hundreds of thousands of views daily.