013. Richard Koci Hernandez
Richard Koci Hernandez started his career as a photojournalist and continues today to teach journalism students at UC Berkeley how to tell powerful stories with images.
014. Henry Riekena
Painter Henry Riekena working in his studio at the American Steel building in Oakland. Riekena’s work is firmly based in an abstract expressionist tradition.
015. Jill McLennan
An active artist & art teacher in Oakland, Jill's artwork addresses the changing environment from abandoned buildings & graffiti to new construction &...
016. Delaine Hackney
She creates portraits, residential architectural applications and most excitingly commercial & public art murals, all in mosaic with ceramic, glass and found objects. PC:...
017. Leila Weefur
With a multidisciplinary practice, Weefur tackles the complexities of phenomenological Blackness through video, installation, printmaking, & lecture-performances. (pc: ...
018. Dr. Zakariya Diouf
Dr. Zakariya Diouf is the Founder and Director of Diamano Coura West African Dance Company. He received his Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology from U.C. Berkeley and was director of...
019. Charmin Baaqee
Charmin is the lead curator and Art Committee Chair at East Bay Municipal Utility District Public Gallery Space.
020. Kathy Shaner
Kathy Shaner has more than 30 years working as a artists, instructor and professional in the living art of Bonsai. The first woman and first non-Japanese citizen to be...
021. Nate Cameron
Founder of the Oakland 2nd Line Project, Nate's a community leader, arts activist, cultural curator, & inspired educator, who prides himself on positively impacting youth.
022. Andrea Spearman
Andrea has been dancing and choreographing in Oakland for over 20 years. Here is performs a piece called Justice/JUSTUS , a call out to the police violence against Black Women and...
023. Tobias Tovera
Tobias Tovera is a Bay Area visual artist recognized for his work in painting and the sensory surrounds of his multi-media installations .