A museum dedicated to Alameda history.
Home to a unique collection of artifacts and exhibits emphasizing the role of the Alameda Naval Air Station in the defense of our nation.
The rehabbed 1937 historic theater and megaplex has a certain charm about it, namely owed to its fifty-foot screen, balcony, and Art Deco architecture, courtesy of Timothy Pflueger.
Photographer Michael T. Williams and potter Susan Paul-Williams own and operate the Albany Arts Gallery, which is known for the enamel, wood, and porcelain work created by renowned local artists. The owners teach classes behind the gallery in their on-site studios.
The foyer of the Albany Community Center doubles as an art gallery, featuring the work of local artists. Anyone can petition the Albany Arts Committee to have their art shown as a part of one of the four shows that exhibit every year.
Built in 1917, this 511 seat theatre gets some of the best Broadway and off-Broadway shows around. Right at the throbbing center of the theatre district, by Union Square, this venue embodies the finest in SF live performance.
Offering classes in many popular dances, Allegro Ballroom is the only non-profit, full-service dance studio in the country. Visit to discover the fun of dancing with instruction from skilled volunteer teachers.
A collection of small shops and galleries in the vibrant Temescal arts district.
After a year and a half, the Alphonse Berber Gallery closed its Berkeley storefront and merged with its Union Square location. Single artist exhibitions shown there feature a wide range of mediums - including light displays, sculpture, and print. The split-level space is available to rent and the venue offers catering services for events.
This art gallery, located in the Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, provides onlookers artwork to peruse while taking a break from a hospital visit.
Alta Galleria, founded by forty-year contemporary art collector, Alta, features rotating shows of mostly California-based painters, many that are local to the San Francisco Bay Area. The front area of the gallery is dedicated to rotating solo artist's shows, and the back room offers a more intimate display area.