This award-winning cafe, tea house, bar, restaurant, venue, and gallery is one of Uptown's most happening spots.
The experimentally minded gallery features work by local, national, and international artists, both emerging and established, with monthly displays of multidisciplinary arts, performance and media exhibitions, and other events.
With ongoing exhibitions featuring emerging and established contemporary artists.
An urban art pop-up shop and gallery.
The spacious, high ceilinged gallery displays fine art and sculptures by local artists.
The center provides art studio space, artistic development, and gallery exhibitions (seven annually) for adult artists with developmental, mental. and physical disabilities.
Metalsmith Kate Ellen's jewelry store, part of the popuphood initiative in Old Oakland, features a curated collection of jewelry and art from local designers, along with locally made home and body products.
When paying bills at East Bay Municipal District, people can browse the art on the second floor gallery. The space features local artists' works such as landscape paintinga, sure to add color to even the most mundane errands run.
The atmosphere at Era is upscale, the decor is decadent, and the popular bar attracts a diverse crowd. DJs spin everything from cumbia to reggae, hip-hop, and rock music. There’s a dress code, sometimes a cover charge, and on busy nights there may be a line to get in the door. There are two lounges, strong drinks, and exhibitions of original artwork.
This gallery, which was founded and directed by Ofra Fisher, Joe Kowalczyk, Michael Steffen, and Peter St. Lawrence, displays dynamic pieces of art sure to please any onlooker. The collection of art studios, located in the emerging Oakland Arts District, display a wide variety of medium, showing the broad spectrum of Bay Area artists and what they produce.
Located in Forthrite Printing, this gallery focuses on the art of printmaking. The result is a contemporary showing of graphic pieces, perfect for anyone looking for a modern spin on art appreciation.
A part of the Oakland Museum of California, Gallery 555 presents progressive pieces of art. The downtown space is the perfect place to stop by on a weekday afternoon, with plenty of art for any onlooker to admire.