This art gallery, located in the Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, provides onlookers artwork to peruse while taking a break from a hospital visit.
Despite their sheer numbers, cafes are never unpopular for Berkeleyites wanting to chat with friends over soy cappuccinos or pretending to write a research paper while engaging in some serious people-watching. Apparently, Caffe Triestes location in Berkeleys "West Bank" is the perfect spot for such social anthropological study, as its situated at the corner of busy San Pablo Avenue and Dwight Way, and has the type of baristas who wonder why you havent shown up in the last few weeks. With tiny white lights strung from the ceiling and bottles of Pinot Grigio and Chianti on the counter, this cafes Euro vibe is accentuated with traditional Italian music rotating with Argentine tango every Monday night. If you love Italy but arent in love with Italy, Caffe Trieste also books varying live jazz acts every Tuesday, and a range of other live music on Friday nights.
This small gallery showcases jewelry made with conflict-free diamonds and recycled metals, along with fine arts and crafts by emerging artists.
Part art gallery, part art dealership, the Collector Art Shop pairs artists with consumers by presenting works that are arguably more accessible and affordable than in the world of fine art galleries. Art rotates every four to eight weeks.
A multimedia studio that provides creative services for green business and organizations.
Since 1997, this nonprofit organization has provided a space for local painters, spoken-word artists, singer-songwriters, and experimental musicians to showcase their work.