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Annual Members Show

Through Aug. 22
510-620-6772
Exhibition of more than 100 works in a range of media, including screen-printing, ceramics, metals, painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, and weaving. free
Richmond Art Center 2540 Barrett Ave., Richmond (map)

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Diamonds In The Rough

Through Aug. 22
510-620-0290
Exhibit showing an overview of the NIAD jewelry program.
NIAD Art Center 551 23rd St., Richmond (map)

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Eye Of The Needle

Through Aug. 22
510-620-0290
New fiber work from artist Peggy Blei Hracho.
NIAD Art Center 551 23rd St., Richmond (map)

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Ruth Braunstein: Focus on Clay

Through Aug. 22
510-620-6772
Exhibition of works from Bay Area art icon Ruth Braunstein’s private collection of clay objects with works by Peter Voulkos, Robert Brady, Richard Shaw, Win Ng, Robert Arneson, and others. free
Richmond Art Center 2540 Barrett Ave., Richmond (map)

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Sculpture!

Through Aug. 22
510-620-6772
Juried exhibition of works in an array of styles and media by members of the Pacific Rim Sculptors Group. free
Richmond Art Center 2540 Barrett Ave., Richmond (map)

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Slusky and Sullivan: Sculptures, Drawings and Related Antics

Through Aug. 22
510-620-6772
Sculptures, drawings, and illustrations showcasing the sensibilities and antics of noted UC Berkeley artists and professors Joseph Slusky and Chip Sullivan. free
Richmond Art Center 2540 Barrett Ave., Richmond (map)

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What Are Words For

Through Aug. 22
510-620-0290
Solo exhibition of recent work from Sara Malpass.
NIAD Art Center 551 23rd St., Richmond (map)

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