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Air/Port: New Paintings by Eric Rewitzer

Mondays-Fridays, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Continues through May 1
(510) 629-1918
Air/Port: New Paintings by Eric Rewitzer
Soaring amid container ships and clouds, artist Eric Rewitzer of 3Fish Studios and photographer Blake Marvin took to the sky over Oakland’s Port in late January. Their mission: to explore aesthetics of post-Panamax proportions. Free
Panorama Framing 3350 Grand Ave., Oakland (map)

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Plenty of Foolin' Around in Music, Art, and Cartooning

Through April 28
510-845-1652
Plenty of Foolin' Around in Music, Art, and Cartooning
The Missouri Lounge Open Mic Flyers, band backdrops, posters and drawings of Paul Pot, host of the Missouri Lounge Wednesday Night Open Mic and guitarist/singer of the Happy Clams. Artist Reception April 12, 4-7p.m. free
Lanesplitter Pizza and Pub 2033 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley (map)

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Almost ( ) is, Teresa Baker and Jaimie Healy

Wednesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Continues through May 31
415-990-8028
Almost (     ) is, Teresa Baker and Jaimie Healy
Merging sculpture and painting in inventive ways, Baker and Healy create works that express a potent space between formlessness and form. This exhibition presents a combination of the artists’ paintings and objects in conversation with one another. free
Interface Gallery 486 49th St., Oakland (map)

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Kaboom!

April 29-May 1
510-763-4361
An exhibition featuring artwork by young artists participating in Pro Arts' high school Youth Fellows program and highlights from arts education programming in elementary and middle schools. Free
Pro Arts Gallery 150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland (map)

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Water

Through April 29
510-865-5060
A two-person exhibition featuring new works by environmental painter Ginny Parsons and fine art photographer Lisa Levine. Free
Rhythmix Cultural Works 2513 Blanding Ave., Alameda (map)

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Katrin Auch

Through April 30
510-832-4400
A solo show of works by Auch, who uses digital compositing techniques to create otherworldly landscapes that explore the stories of childhood with the eyes of maturity. Free
Era Art Bar and Lounge 19 Grand Ave., Oakland (map)

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FILES: Things Kept and Why

Fri., May 1, 5-9 p.m. and Sat., May 2, 1-5 p.m.
510-229-7035
FILES: Things Kept and Why
Produced and hosted by Henry S. Rosenthal, the local public access television series “FILES: Things Kept and Why” (1975-76) featured various guests who were invited to share aspects of their personal archives. This presentation revisits select episodes with notables Charles Amirkhanian, then-KPFA director, Anthony Gnazzo, composer, and Tom Marioni, artist and director of the Museum of Conceptual Art in San Francisco. Free
Krowswork 480 23rd St., Oakland (map)

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Material Data

Fri., May 1, 5-8 p.m.
510-444-9140
In Material Data, Samantha Bittman presents a new body of work including a series of paintings on handwoven textiles, custom digitally printed wallpaper, and a handmade tile floor sculpture. Free
Johansson Projects 2300 Telegraph Ave., Oakland (map)

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Mike Henderson: The Shape of Things

Fri., May 1, 5-9 p.m. and Sat., May 2, 1-5 p.m.
510-229-7035
Mike Henderson: The Shape of Things
Mike Henderson, renowned East Bay painter, filmmaker and blues musician, made over two dozen short 16mm films in the 1970s and 1980s. This presentation highlights "The Shape of Things" (1981), Henderson's DIY performance in the studio and filmic meditation on artistic success. Free
Krowswork 480 23rd St., Oakland (map)

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Between Brittle & Strong

Fri., May 1, 6-8 p.m.
510-531-2073
Between Brittle & Strong
Photographer Teresa Renee Norris will be presenting her collection, “Between Brittle and Strong” at Laurel Bookstore for the month of May. Free
Laurel Bookstore 1423 Broadway, Oakland (map)

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First Friday in the Temescal Alleys

, First Friday of every month, 6-10 p.m.
With monthly art exhibits, food by Pizzaiolo and/or Dona Tomas, live music, and a showcase of independently owned shops.

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Bench Projects

Through May 1
8087416444
Bench Projects
For years, Ellen Lake has been seeing the same ad on a bus bench near her home in North Oakland. “ADVERTISE HERE,” it read. Finally, she decided that someone should be utilizing the space. With the help of an Alternative Exposure grant, she started Bench Projects, an artist-led initiative to occupy Oakland’s bus stop benches with art. The first two artists featured in these new “bench galleries” are Steve Briscoe and Lynn Beldner. Briscoe created photo collage-like works at the stop on 55th Street and Shattuck Avenue, and Beldner made text art in response to violence in her neighborhood for the benches on Martin Luther King, Jr. Way and Aileen Street. In blue, black, and yellow, the benches read “Never give up” and “Don’t think too much.” These pieces will be up until May 1, when they will be replaced by new works contributed by other artists. Lake hopes to gradually expand the project, with the ultimate dream of turning every bus stop in Oakland into an outdoor art show. Free
55th and Shattuck 55th at Shattuck, Oakland (map)

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Urban Abstraction

May 1-Jan. 27
510-652-4085
Featuring large scale oil paintings by Maya Kabat and abstract photography by Carol Inez Charney. Free
SLATE contemporary 473 25th St., Oakland (map)

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Trigger Triumphal Terminus

, May 1-29, 5-9 p.m.
510-697-0089
Trigger Triumphal Terminus
A solo show by Toshia Christal. Free
Black Spring Coffee Company 2930 Telegraph Ave., Oakland (map)

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Some Proof

May 1-June 20, 6-9 p.m.
415-626-1135
A two-person painting exhibition by Kate Klingbeil and Milo Moyer-Battick. Free
Classic Cars West 411 26th St., Oakland (map)

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