In addition to ongoing exhibits, the museum houses an archive of 160 collections of diaries, newspapers, oral histories, and video recordings detailing the history of African Americans in the Bay Area and Northern California.
The warehouse gallery space showcases works of sculpture and digital media, and is equipped with a fabrication shop, design studio, and screening room.
Located in a West Oakland warehouse, American Steel is a venue for installation art that showcases the best of what the Bay Area has to offer.
The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation's gallery aims to build cultural bridges between communities through exhibitions exploring topics like race relations, colonialism, war, and the urban experience.
This award-winning cafe, tea house, bar, restaurant, venue, and gallery is one of Uptown's most happening spots.
Housed in a statuesque brick building, this gallery specializes in site specific works. The art displayed here relies on the gallery's space, creating a comprehensive experience in experimental art.
The experimentally minded gallery features work by local, national, and international artists, both emerging and established, with monthly displays of multidisciplinary arts, performance and media exhibitions, and other events.
The Blackball Universe offices are now displaying art with First Friday receptions and Saturday drop-in hours. Though not open to the public, their offices operate Monday-Friday, and gallery appointments are available for weekdays.
A designated Oakland landmark.