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.
A small arts collective featuring experimental art exhibits, world music concert series, studios, and more.
Located in a remodeled industrial warehouse, Bridgehead Studios, founded by professional photographer Chuck DiGuida, provides a site for photographers, artists, and filmmakers to showcase their work to a diverse and appreciative crowd.
The store sells lots of beautiful things that you probably don't really need but will surely want to buy anyway, like fancy paperweights, vintage craft supplies, art books, and stationery.
Chris Kanyusik is a local artist known for his ceramic sculptures. He focuses on showcasing the human body, presenting figures in an organic manner.
This studio displays art glass created by local artists Michael Cohn and Molly Stone, who use glass to portray objects like pumpkins and leaves.
An 8,000 square-foot artist-run space housing art-making and display.
A multimedia studio that provides creative services for green business and organizations.
The center provides art studio space, artistic development, and gallery exhibitions (seven annually) for adult artists with developmental, mental. and physical disabilities.
An industrial arts educational facility in West Oakland.