The performing arts facility hosts cultural dance classes, performing art workshops, plays, and more. The space features a 350-seat theater, five dance studios, meeting rooms, and rehearsal spaces, which are all available for rental.
The gallery features monthly one- to five-person shows of paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture.
Part of the popuphood initiative in Old Oakland, the shop sells items like uncommon home and personal accessories, jewelry, and clothing.
The artist run and operated cooperative gallery exhibits works by twenty artists, including Julie Alvarado, Mary Curtis Ratcliff, Leah Markos, and Eli Geiser.
The space hosts ongoing activities for children, including storytelling and various drop-in workshops.
In addition to art shows, the gallery hosts workshops, craft circles, club meetings, lectures, discussions, and anything else it can accomodate.
A slow-fashion boutique, gallery, and design studio that sells handmade garments made from scavenged, re-purposed, and otherwise sustainable materials.
Dedicated to the preservation of video games and other forms of digital art, the museum’s ambitious creator, Alex Handy, hopes to one day elevate the fledgling museum to the status of esteemed institutions like SFMOMA. Dial #0230 on the entry gate to access the museum.