Housed in a historic firehouse near the Claremont Hotel, Rae Douglass features regular art shows as well as occasional musical performances.
AnArt Murmur collective member, the gallery displays works by Bay Area artists.
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.
An upstairs gallery overlooking Broadway.
A satellite gallery housed inside the resource center that offers education and materials for kiln-glass.
This Richmond institution's ongoing activities include art classes and workshops for adults and youths, and its exhibitions include arts and crafts by adult students in the center's education program.
A screen printing press that creates custom and limited-edition designs on fabric and clothing, specializing in organic, sweatshop-free garments. The space also doubles as an art gallery.
Perhaps the most craft-oriented of Okaland' galleries, this longstanding artist colllective space has jewelry, art, and various other cute tchotchkes for sale, as well as a full schedule of free and cheap classes.
Roscoe may be a ceramics gallery, but it sure as hell ain't bowls and plates: Rather, the gallery tends to display colorful, experimental ceramic sculptures that are more in line with Dr. Seuss than Crate and Barrel.
Co-directors Elizabeth Bernstein and Carrie Hott present participatory shows and performances that aim to balance community-building and conceptual rigor.