An art gallery featuring contemporary art by emerging and underrepresented artists, aimed at helping private and corporate collectors build art collections.
Forrealism specializes in displaying indigenous art, creating a wide array of pieces throughout the gallery. The space, which is run by a collective of artists, aims to educate onlookers with an emphasis on creating a peaceful future.
The center offers art-related classes and workshops for children and adults, in such subjects from watercolor to wood turning, and also operates a gallery with regular exhibitions.
A branch of the community art center Rhythmix Cultural Works, the gallery's exhibits celebrate the vitality of the local cultural arts community.
The quirky museum houses some ninety-odd pinball machines, some dating back to 1871, which, after paying admission, attendees can play to their hearts' content. The museum also has an art gallery that hosts rotating exhibits.
An independent gallery within the Autobody Fine Art Gallery.
A creative arts-based social enterprise of St. Vincent de Paul of Alameda County, the studio and gallery features affordable workspaces, community workshops, and a retail shop, all focusing on work from salvaged and reclaimed materials.