Discover art in Berkeley and win prizes on the Art About Town Treasure Hunt.
Welcome to the Berkeley edition of the East Bay Open Studios Art About Town Treasure Hunt guide, where creative vibes abound. With the most participating artists in East Bay Open Studios, Berkeley is a haven for art aficionados seeking diverse styles and mediums. Our guide is divided into five areas to help you navigate and explore multiple artists in one outing. Take your time to fully experience each area's vibrant art scene and immerse yourself in the ambiance of each neighborhood, appreciating the creativity and energy that makes Berkeley unique. Grab your map and let's start this exciting treasure hunt!
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In Northwest Berkeley, the atmosphere is eclectic, with a mix of artistic styles ranging from sculptors to glass artists, each expressing their unique vision through their work.
Southwest Berkeley is where you'll discover experimental and avant-garde art. The vibe in this area is cutting-edge and innovative, with artists pushing the boundaries of traditional art forms.
Established artists with deep roots in the community showcase their work in North Berkeley and Albany, creating a rich and historical vibe that reveres the past while looking toward the future.
In South Berkeley, you'll find a range of artistic mediums, including painting, sculpture, and textiles. The vibe in this area is colorful and vibrant, reflecting the diverse and dynamic community of Berkeley and the artistic vibes that come with it.
The Sawtooth Building has the highest concentration of participating studios in one location. The vibe here is buzzing with creativity, as artists from a range of mediums work side by side, inspiring each other to push their craft to new heights and create new vibes.
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