Workshops

Ongoing

From hands-on art making to storytelling and performance, our workshops will inspire your creativity, engage your senses, and expand your ideas.

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  • Personal Flag Generator Workshop

  • Holding Space Workshop

  • 35mm Needlework Workshop

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Past Events

  • Saturday, May 25, 1 PM

    Holding Space Workshop

    This weaving workshop with artists Angie Wilson and Rashidi Omari offers a place to connect with the experience of embodied art making while working through social justice issues in community.

  • Saturday, May 18, 11 AM

    Personal Flag Generator Workshop

    Work with CCA graphic design professors Jon Sueda and Christopher Hamamoto to construct your own personal flag poster to print on the Art Lab Risograph.

    Programmed by Denis Kan

  • Sunday, April 21, 1 PM

    Unity Day

    Hang out with members of the Unity Queer Skateboarding crew for a day of zine making, skateboard painting, and clothing decorating, plus a DJ set and broadcast workshop by Lower Grand Radio.

  • Sunday, March 24, 12 PM

    Collage Cinema Workshop

    In this workshop led by members of Oakland’s Low Light/Black Hole darkroom collective, learn to use constructive and destructive processes to create a collaborative work directly on 16mm film.

  • Sunday, March 3, 2 PM

    Prompts for Inclusion Workshop

    Join writer, curator, and public scholar Christian L. Frock and friends for a reading and dialogue about how we can foster greater inclusion in public life.

  • Sunday, February 17, 1 PM

    Dream Fields with Nkiruka Oparah

    Explore the use of dreams to illuminate alternative nonlinear timelines, access collective and ancestral knowledge, and map inner landscapes.

    Programmed by Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo

  • Saturday, January 5, 6 PM

    Decolonize the Imagination: Future Landscapes with Tosha Stimage

    This collage and weaving workshop focuses on imagining the reconstruction of historical, social, and geographic inequity.

    Programmed by Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo