Since 1981, Don and Era Farnsworth have nurtured artists in their West Oakland studio to help them bring super big art on virtually anything.
Plus Halloween running and hiking events.
The highly acclaimed, five-screen video installation that visited the Oakland Museum of California in 2012 becomes a part of the museum’s permanent collection.
Tony Taccone, one of America’s most prominent artistic directors, contemplates a post-Berkeley Rep life.
Watercolorist Candace Rowe finds inspiration in Alameda.
Cartoonist Mimi Pond recounts her fondness for Oakland and Mama’s Royal after all these years.