Join us for the Big Things Have Small Beginnings closing party during Oakland Art Murmur, this Friday Dec 6 from 6-9pm with live music by DJ Bluz + Limited Edition Print Sale by Santos Shelton.
The Betti Ono Finishing School series is a lively conversation and artist workshop series inviting you to get acquainted with the life, work and times of local and international artists, designers and creatives at Betti Ono. Ask questions, learn, participate in a workshop, share creative space, ideas and network with other artists, collectors and arts lovers!
Get this new print “Worlds Evolve” by Santos Shelton starting this Friday at 12 Noon. Super limited run of only 25 prints, get yours before the big release on opening night at http://www.bettiono.com/shop
This November Betti Ono is pleased to present “Big Things Have Small Beginnings” a new solo show by Oakland based artist Santos Shelton. This will be the artists’ first solo exhibition at Betti Ono after being featured in recent exhibitions “Neu Folk Revival’ at Le Qui Vive Gallery and “Quadrants” at Faultline Art Space. The opening…
NEW WORKSHOP | Finishing School Artist Series |FSx06| Watercolor Portraiture with Master Artist/Illustrator James Gayles Registration is now open, follow the link to learn more and sign up today!
It’s the season for getting together and Betti Ono is the perfect Downtown Oakland venue to host your next special occasion. Birthday, graduation or holiday party, fundraiser or private event, workshop, or meeting space – reserve your date today! Learn more. https://bettiono.wordpress.com/SPACE
Black Radical Imagination is a futurist short film program curated by motion picture artist/film curator Amir George and filmmaker Erin Christovale, Black Radical Imagination: A Filmed TransmissiosN series invokes a futurist aesthetic where artists identify themselves and reclaim their own unique stories. The visual pieces delve into the worlds of video art, experimental film, and narrative shorts. They also focus on access to new media such as animation and graphic design to highlight how these processes enhance our storytelling and the visual artistic practices underway in our communities.