The Lesher Center for the Arts gallery displays work by contemporary and historic artists alike.
UC Berkeley’s preeminent museum is a striking modernist structure with a collection of more than 16,000 works of art.
Kala Art Institute's newest exhibition space, in the open-air tunnel between Center and Addison streets just west of Shattuck Avenue.
The Berkeley Historical Society is a non-profit all-volunteer organization dedicated to researching, preserving and sharing Berkeley's history.
Founded in 1971, the guild is one of the area's oldest and largest collectives of ceramic artists. Guild members work out of a renovated warehouse space comprised of 19 private studios.
The theatre has kept up such a high standard of excellence on its two stages in recent years that it stands head and shoulders above larger regional rivals.
A screenprinting shop that uses water-based inks and also has an in-store gallery.
Located in UC Berkeley's Doe Library, the gallery displays an assortment of art pieces, from student fashion to library history.
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.