Oakland’s Gray Loft Gallery is a gem of the Jingletown art scene and their Summer Salon proves it. The show is closing on Saturday, August 26th and I highly recommend the trip to see it. 12 Bay Area Artists make up the show. Utilizing a wide range of mediums and
A “dream team” of six organizations has been formed to help a group of residents living above a 100-thousand square foot grow operation in Oakland at The Cannery live-work warehouse. Will it be enough to save them from a toxic living situation? While there is plenty of goodness in this
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Throughout the holidays, we’ll be featuring even more small businesses where you can DIY gifts, and find more sustainable gift options within The Bay Area. Here is one of those special places: Oakland’s Lower 48 Woodshop likes to say they are “turning people into turning people”. Their motto speaks
Last week, the last of 9 diesel generators were removed from The Oakland Cannery, Oakland’s original artist live/work space. This puts an apparent end to 2-years of unhealthy living conditions for the artists living in the building. Owners and landlords of the building, Green Sage, was forced to remove their
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights Bay Area artists who are doing incredible work, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. BY NAVYA POTHAMSETTY If you’ve ever enjoyed coffee or a bike repair at Luckyduck Bicycle Cafe, you’ve probably noticed
This goes out to all the dreamers who have dreamt of permanent creative maker spaces in the Bay Area. While the fabric of The Bay Area’s artistic communities has repeatedly been at risk of being pushed out, a newly formed space called Seaport Studios in Richmond is here to stay.
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights Bay Area artists who are doing incredible work, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep the bay a strange and wonderful place. If you’ve taken a bus lately you may have seen Kate’s work, she’s got a delightful series