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This ballroom and auditorium on the UC Berkeley campus hosts lectures, large events, and the occasional music show, many of which are open to the public.

Housed inside the Sacred Rose tattoo parlor, this small gallery provides an unexpected place to see paintings and drawings by a rotating cast of local artists.

A gift shop and family art studio that hosts various arts and crafts events and other family-friendly activities.

A seven-screen theater in the heart of Downtown Berkeley.

A side gallery of the University.

As the in-house gallery for UC Berkeley's Department of Art Practice, Worth Ryder is place to go if you want to find work by up-and-coming artists — before they're famous.

A beautiful, multitiered auditorium, the 2,000-seat-capacity Zellerbach Hall on the UC Berkeley campus features the finest in high art, including dance, music, and other cultural performances, with a focus on the international. From jazz to chamber music, classical piano recitals to opera, Zellerbach – one of the many stages for Cal Performances – isn’t just a venue for the financially inclined either. Discounted tickets are available to UC Berkeley students, faculty, staff, and alumni, seniors, non-UC Berkeley students, and members of KQED and the East Bay Arts Card. The only drawback is the lack of parking around Telegraph. There are a few lots, but they fill up fast, so plan to arrive early or wear comfortable walking shoes as the Downtown Berkeley BART station is quite a few blocks away.

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