Established in 1967, the Berkeley Art Center represents and supports the diversity of the Bay Area region with exhibitions and other cultural events in a broad range of disciplines. Located on the eastern boundary of Live Oak Park in North Berkeley, California, the Center's intimate gallery set on the edge of Codornices Creek is a great destination to combine with lunch, dinner or shopping in nearby restaurants and boutiques.
Berkeley Art Center:
1275 Walnut Street
Berkeley, CA, 94709
(510) 644-6893 phone
(510) 644-0343 fax
info [at] berkeleyartcenter.org
Wednesday – Saturday
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closed on all major holidays and in between exhibitions, as noted in exhibitions schedule.
If there is any doubt, please call the gallery before visiting: 510.644.6893 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
You are welcome to visit the gallery free of charge. Suggested donations are as follows: $5 Family, $3 Individual, $2 Limited Income. Any donation you can make supports the Berkeley Art Center, a private, non-profit organization.
Berkeley Art Center can arrange a special tour for your community or school group, upon request. Suggested contribution is $50 per group. For more information, please contact Ann Weber at 510.644.6893 or suzanne [at] berkeleyartcenter.org.
The Center is fully wheelchair accessible.
Berkeley Art Center rents out its facility (gallery, lobby, outdoor reception area) to private parties and artist community groups. Rates vary depending on the type and size of the group. For more information, please see our facility rental application.
If you have questions, please contact Ann Weber at annw [at] berkeleyartcenter.org or 510.644.6893.
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