This Berkeley gallery featuresvintage rock posters and art prints, with everything from classic Bob Dylan posters to old sports memorabilia.
In its more than 125-year history--which by the way has earned it status as an "historical site"--the Danville Village Theatre has been a Grange hall, a church and a movie theatre, before becoming what it is today: a 245 seat theatre downstairs from a fine arts gallery. Who knows what the future will bring, but in the mean time the Danville Village Theatre can be rented for $81 per hour (25% surcharge for non-Danville residents).
Newly remodeled, this museum showcases an extensive collection of American painting, sculpture, and decorative arts; Mesoamerican, Central, and South American artifacts; African art; and Oceanic art.
This studio displays the work of Andrew Denamn, a California-based artist known for depicting animals such as rabbits and birds.
Offers classes in Kajukenbo kung fu, wu chien pai kung fu, judo, tai chi, and fusion dance.
The deWitt Gallery and Framing houses a rotating collection of work by Point Richmond Art Collective. A variety of mediums including acrylic, jewelry, pencil, photography and metalwork line the walls and floor, and local artists are often on site and willing to discuss their work.
This space showcases various pieces by Diablo Valley College students.