The gallery, part of the Adobe Art Center complex, is run by the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District.
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This recently renovated arts complex features the 203-seat Buriel Clay Theatre, the Sargent Johnson Gallery for Black visual culture, meeting spaces, dance studios, archives of African American history, a recording studio and a multi-use space available for rent. Located in the heart of the historic Western Addition, the complex celebrates Afro-centric artistic and cultural performance exhibition and programming, focusing specifically on African American artists from the area. Youth classes are offered in hip-hop dance, audio engineering, and animation, among other things.
In addition to ongoing exhibits, the museum houses an archive of 160 collections of diaries, newspapers, oral histories, and video recordings detailing the history of African Americans in the Bay Area and Northern California.
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The warehouse gallery space showcases works of sculpture and digital media, and is equipped with a fabrication shop, design studio, and screening room.