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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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the river made no sound

Through June 13
510-893-8800
A mulit-dimensional solo show by sculptor-installation artist Evan Holm. Opening reception May 21 6-8 p.m. Free
Vessel Gallery 471 25th St., Oakland (map)

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Patternscapes

May 22-June 27
510-536-7559
An exhibition of ceramic sculpture by San Francisco Artist Tiffany Schmierer. Opening on May 22, 6-8 p.m. Artist reception on June 6, 2-4 p.m. Free
Manna Gallery 473 25th St., Oakland (map)

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What Are We Looking For In Art?

, Sat., May 23, 4-7 p.m.
505-690-6400
What Are We Looking For In Art?
Current artists at Marc 49 lead a discussion about viewing art. Free
Marc 49 4915 Telegraph Ave., Oakland (map)

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Converge: A Medley of ACCI Artists and East Bay Open Studios

May 23-June 19
510-843-2527
ACCI Gallery, a satellite affiliate of Pro Arts, presents a group show with work in a variety of media. Opening reception is May 30, 6-8 p.m. free
ACCI Gallery 1652 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley (map)

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Siblings of the Sun

Through May 23, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
510-527-1214
An exhibition of new textiles, collage and sculpture by Chicago based artist, Diana Guerrero-Maciá. Free
Traywick Contemporary 895 Colusa Ave., Berkeley (map)

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Pleasanton Antiques and Collectibles Faire

Sun., May 24, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
925-462-2766
With 400 vendors selling antiques and collectibles including clothing, furniture, jewelry, toys and home decor. Free
Museum on Main 603 Main St., Pleasanton (map)

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Mildred Howard Exhibition Closing Reception

Sun., May 24, 3-5 p.m.
510-620-6772
Celebrate the work of artist Mildred Howard at this closing event for her exhibition “Mildred Howard: Spirit and Matter, which showcases four decades of her work. Free
Richmond Art Center 2540 Barrett Ave., Richmond (map)

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Art in the Community

Through May 24
510-620-6772
Artwork made in the Richmond Art Center's "Art in the Community" program, in which it brings art classes to the public. Free
Richmond Art Center 2540 Barrett Ave., Richmond (map)

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Mildred Howard: Spirit and Matter

Through May 24
510-620-6772
A solo exhibition by Berkeley-based artist, Mildred Howard, featuring four decades of her work. This exhibition also includes a public program series, which kicks off with an Artist talk on Sunday, March 29 at 1pm. Free
Richmond Art Center 2540 Barrett Ave., Richmond (map)

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Security Question

May 28-Sept. 10
510-809-0900
Kim Miskowicz presents a live demonstration of new digital and film work. Opening reception on May 28, 6:30-8:30 p.m. $10 suggested donation. $10 suggested donation
David Brower Center 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley (map)

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Intergenerational Trauma, Toxic Waste, and Boners

Fri., May 29, 7 p.m.
415-250-5527
Artwork by Judy Bals. free

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Present Absence

Through May 29
510-849-8935
Present Absence: Icons from the Collection of the Patriarch Anthenagoras Orthodox Institute, invites us to explore the paradoxical nature of icons as embodiments of both material beauty and divine presence. Free
Doug Adams Gallery 1798 Scenic Ave., Berkeley (map)

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Trigger Triumphal Terminus

, Through May 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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Drifting Forest: A GATS Solo Show

Through May 30
Drifting Forest: A GATS Solo Show
GATS is known to many as a floating face, with jaded, droopy eyes and a long, dreaded beard. The iconic mask he paints is ubiquitous in the streets of the East Bay, and can be found on walls all over the world as well. On May 9, the enigmatic graffiti artist’s work will also be on view at Hashimoto Contemporary (804 Sutter St., San Francisco) for his first solo show — Drifting Forest — in the gallery. Partially, the title of the show comes from the fact that GATS did most of the paintings included on found driftwood. More than an aesthetic choice, the material of GATS’ panels and wooden sculptures are a testament to the deterioration of nature. “These skeletons of the forest are sacred as I mourn in the graveyard that is urban sprawl,” he wrote in an email interview. Although GATS’ work is mainly found on city walls, this is a rare chance to see the artist’s potential when given more time and material options. In his new works, he abstracts recognizable features of the mask he paints, and rearranges them to form new compositions while staying true to the visual language he has developed. There will undoubtedly be a line around the block for the opening of the show on May 9 from 6–10 p.m. Look for the full interview with GATS in next week’s Express. Free
Hashimoto Contemporary 804 Sutter Street, San Francisco (map)
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