Art gallery with 20-foot ceilings and an open layout.
This club, modeled after an Eastern European wooden synagogue, is a Berkeley institution dedicated to dance and music. The nonprofit venue hosts live music nearly every night, and shows are all-ages. Ashkenaz hosts reggae, bluegrass, Balkan, Brazilian, Cajun, and Caribbean bands, just to name a few. Come early for a dance class or on Sunday afternoon for a kids' concert.
Barbara Anderson Gallery & Framing blends the practical with the ornamental, offering picture frames and framing services in addition to art displays.
Founded in 1971, the guild is one of the area's oldest and largest collectives of ceramic artists. Guild members work out of a renovated warehouse space comprised of 19 private studios.
A screenprinting shop that uses water-based inks and also has an in-store gallery.
The store sells lots of beautiful things that you probably don't really need but will surely want to buy anyway, like fancy paperweights, vintage craft supplies, art books, and stationery.
This small but well-lit gallery adds to Fourth Street's charm with its boutique feel and intimate space, featuring unique paintings and sculptures.
This Berkeley gallery featuresvintage rock posters and art prints, with everything from classic Bob Dylan posters to old sports memorabilia.
The Fourth & Clay Gallery displays the art of Jessica Wertz, Josie Jurczenia, and Christa Assad. The collective effort of these three Bay Area artists creates a dynamic environment for people looking to explore local creations.
The Fourth Street Gallery showcases over 30 local artists, a wide array of pieces for people to peruse. In addition, visitors can create while at the gallery, with various easles, drawing tables and benches available for amateurs and pros alike.