Located in a converted 1920s building, the theater screens contemporary flicks while retaining an old-school charm.
Photographer Michael T. Williams and potter Susan Paul-Williams own and operate the Albany Arts Gallery, which is known for the enamel, wood, and porcelain work created by renowned local artists. The owners teach classes behind the gallery in their on-site studios.
The foyer of the Albany Community Center doubles as an art gallery, featuring the work of local artists. Anyone can petition the Albany Arts Committee to have their art shown as a part of one of the four shows that exhibit every year.
Inside this Aveda salon, where one can get a haircut or eyebrow tint, customers can enjoy the gallery's displays of local artists. In addition to solo shows, the gallery has a revolving collection of pieces, which are generally available for purchase.
Solano Avenue's Gathering Tribes Gallery focuses on the jewelry and paintings of Native American artist Michael Horse. The space also frequently displays various other Native American artists, giving viewers a true sense of the culture's creations.
An alternative space for the visual arts, which features work by artists from various locales.
A shop selling furniture, mattresses, Zen supplies, Asian antiques, paintings, custom-made frames, and futons.