A full-stage studio where bands can rehearse and do photo and video shoots.
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.
A professionally-equipped lampworking studio located in the heart of the SF Bay area. The studio is designed to be a learning center for people of all ages and levels to begin and develop their skills in the world of glass art.
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.
The space began in 2006 as a contemporary art gallery and artist book store. While its exhibition programming ended in 2011, Rowan Morrison's books, prints, and paper goods are available online and at select independent shops.