Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Mark Your Calendar: Feria Urbana

Another one for you locals: Feria Urbana (aka the "Urban Arts and Crafts Sale") is coming to the Oakland Museum of California this Friday, August 3, from 5 to 9 p.m.

Bay Area artists and designers will be selling home accessories, artwork, jewelry, clothing, and other locally-produced wares. Among the participants: Mediums to Masses (above), Fire Sign Glass, Lizard Press, A Liaison (below), Anne J.L. Dijamco Photography, and more than a dozen others.

Come for the shopping, but stay for the museum's First Fridays After Five, featuring live music and dancing, a full bar and dining, open galleries, and documentary screenings. A free shuttle will ferry riders between the museum and the Oakland Art Murmur's nearby First Friday art walk.

The Oakland Museum is located at 1000 Oak St. at 10th, a block from the Lake Merritt BART station. Feria Urbana and First Fridays After Five admission is free; museum admission is $8.

1 comment:

Elizabeth said...

Glad to know about this! Thanks!

 

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