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When paying bills at East Bay Municipal District, people can browse the art on the second floor gallery. The space features local artists' works such as landscape paintinga, sure to add color to even the most mundane errands run.

Since 1997, this nonprofit organization has provided a space for local painters, spoken-word artists, singer-songwriters, and experimental musicians to showcase their work.

This gallery, which was established in 1996 by Joanne and Jerry Epperson, focuses on featuring emerging artists from Northern California.

The atmosphere at Era is upscale, the decor is decadent, and the popular bar attracts a diverse crowd. DJs spin everything from cumbia to reggae, hip-hop, and rock music. There’s a dress code, sometimes a cover charge, and on busy nights there may be a line to get in the door. There are two lounges, strong drinks, and exhibitions of original artwork.

This gallery, located in the Ashby arts district, focuses on displaying pieces by local artists. In addition, Expressions Gallery serves as a community center, offering classes and events to get people more involved in the world of art.

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