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Perhaps the most craft-oriented of Okaland' galleries, this longstanding artist colllective space has jewelry, art, and various other cute tchotchkes for sale, as well as a full schedule of free and cheap classes.

Hours: Open Wednesday through Sunday by appointment.

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