The Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF) is proud to support arts in Oceanside and the surrounding communities. From the Oceanside Days of Art to annual festivals celebrating music and film, it is here to bring quality artistic, visual, performance and musical arts to our community for you to enjoy.

Eliane Weidauer – President, Oceanside Music Festival Co-Chair
Ann Mortland – OCAF Secretary, OCAF Membership Committee Chair
Anita Romaine – OCAF Treasurer, Oceanside International Film Festival Committee Co-Chair
Robert Parker – OCAF Director, Oceanside Music Festival Co-Chair
Blake Kern – Art Walls O’side Facilitator
Amber Newman
David Newman
Don Reedy

Over the last decade or so, OCAF has focused on nurturing and showcasing the rich and diverse talent from our community. Our area is filled with incredibly talented visual artists and performers, who will continue to be featured and celebrated in our annual events and scholarship programs. Click HERE to become a Member-at-Large.
OCAF-board-2017Pictured on this photo are Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation’s 2017 Officers: Eliane Weidauer – President, Ann Mortland – Secretary, Anita Romaine – Treasurer, and Dmitriy Demidov – former Vice President




Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation proudly offers visual and performing arts scholarships to graduating high school seniors who reside in the San Diego North County area. Please check our scholarship page for more information.

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OCAF is project-oriented company, with most memorable successful project being the creation of Oceanside Museum of Art. Click here for details about forming OCAF, Oceanside Museum of Art, Oceanside Arts Commission, and annual events including long-lasting Oceanside Days of Art.

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Annual Events, Scholarships & Grants, Culture & Art Promotion, Community Engagement… What is there behind all the activity of this organization? What are the core beliefs of its directors? OCAF’s mission, goals, and objectives are explained in detail.

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Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation’s annual events have been put out for a quarter century. Most free to the public, they cater to people who appreciate static visual art, film, literary, and performing arts (including music and theatre).

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