Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

Art House Gallery & Cultural Center is A Beautiful Art Gallery with LIVE MUSIC, wonderful lighting & a Great sound system. It is Available for Rentals. ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER PEACE, LOve and MUSIC Private Rentals ALL Ages & Smoke Free

A Great Place to Celebrate the Arts and Music. Available for Private Parties and Public Events

Blog site: www.berkeleyarthouse.wordpress.com A GREAT PLACE TO GO FOR ART, POETRY & MUSIC, with GREAT LIGHTING, SOUND SYSTEM & WONDERFUL PEOPLE! a visual & performing arts exhibition space We are open for viewinfg every Friday and Saturday 11am -2pm Art House Gallery NOW sells Rare Records (Vinyl) and Collectable Posters, Art and Photos Friday Saturday and Sunday 11am -4pm We are available for Special events, Private Parties and Meetings. For rental rates call 510-472-3170 "Your space and what you are bringing to the community is such a gem! Thank you, Thank you! Count us in as your avid supporters and audience." Very Warmly, Dara (Jan and Torin) "Your place has taken over from the Freight for me. Thanks for all you do for the community of artists and appreciators." Nancy "The Berkeley Art House & Cultural Center is a well organized venue with a nice feel and cooperative staff. Seems good to me for all sorts of events. Highly recommended!" Keith "Thank you Harold at Art House Co-op for honoring the gift in me. The band appreciated your special blend of hospitality. It was heart felt and genuine! THE BLACK PEARL Project's Mazella Houston and Larrie Ray Noble Sr. can’t wait for an opportunity to return with a whole new host of family and friends! Your house is a great house! Thanks for giving to the music, Sir…m" J Harold Adler, founder and curator of the Art House Gallery and Cultural Center, has been a fixture in the Berkeley arts community for over 40 years and he's still going strong. Well known for his photographic coverage of the Beat scene, the Free Speech Movement, and the Anti-Vietnam War Movement, Harold just doesn't know when to quit. Thank goodness. Adler is deeply committed to keeping alive the vision and aesthetics of 1960s Berkeley and that's more than groovy, man. But don't be fooled. Despite the nostalgia on the walls and Bob Dylan's records playing in the background, Adler's curation is vital and contemporary, looking forward as well as back. Likewise for his current photographic efforts, which are on display and well worth a look. If you haven't been to the Art House Gallery & Cultural Center in Berkeley, check it out. Maybe the best venue for music in the Bay Area! A variety of great music including performances by many legendary 60's musicians, posters by 60's poster artist Dennis Loren and even an authentic 60's light show! Jan Steckel, Poet adds: What a groovy place! Love the décor (including the hundreds of vinyl records, the turntable, the lava lamps, the colored light bulbs, the paintings, the posters, the photos) and loved Harold's guitar and harmonica playing and Clive's friendly, shoulders-shaking-with-laughter MCing. The audience was responsive and collegial with a very high-quality open mike. The features kicked ass and gave out free books. It's like I died and went to poetry heaven. The Art House and Cultural Center opened in June 2009 as an art gallery with cultural events on the weekends. The events are diverse and range from poetry readings to live jazz, 60's rock bands, acoustic unplugged folk music, singer song writers, multimedia performances, benefit events and private parties. Mr. Adler operates from the dual vision that “Variety is the Spice of Life” and “Expect the Unexpected.” His ultimate goal is to continue to celebrate and applaud the rich vital arts, culture and legacy that IS Berkeley. The building in which the Art House Gallery and Cultural Center is interesting in and of itself. Historically it was a blacksmith's shop 100 years ago and then an industrial welding shop 50 years ago known to long-time Berkeley residents as “The Berkeley Craftsman” turning out beautiful, decorative ornamental railings for stairways, fences and houses. The Art House Gallery celebrates the arts and culture and legacy of Berkeley both past and present. Check out the website or telephone listed above for further information. We do take credit Cards! We are open for viewing every Friday and Saturday 11am -2pm

"There comes a time when silence is betrayal." "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." "In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends." "Only in the darkness can you see the stars." Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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[05/28/20]   "I am beginning to see the BIG PICTURE about the Corona Pandemic and how it will effect Galleries, Cultural Centers, Night clubs and Bars for the rest of this year and beyond and it is NOT GOOD. The virus knows NO Boundaries. One day you might feel perfectly great and next day you are in a ambulance
on your way to an emergency Hospital.

Gatherings are gatherings, whether they are outdoors or indoors. Some people wear masks and stay away form each other and some DO NOT.

If venues open too soon the result could be deadly.

People get ready for a SERIOUS cultural Change.

I pray that these words I have written will NOT COME TO PASS..

The indicators are NOT GOOD. Hope for the Best but plan for a change in your lifestyle". Harold Adler 5/28/2020

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[05/26/20]   Special thanks to: Mary Fineman &
Margot Smith for there sweet donations to Art House😍😍😍

[05/25/20]   Please HELP if you can. Even $10.00 helps. Thank you so much!! Harold Adler

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[05/20/20]   Art House Gallery & Cultural Center will do RETAIL SALES for curbside pickup ONLY and we will deliver in Berkeley ONLY. You can order Books, Photos, Vinyl (Records) and Posters. The Gallery is NOT OPEN for viewing. To Order please Call 510-472-3170 Thank you. Every week new Photos of items for sale will be posted with prices on both Facebook and our Website www.berkeleyarthouse.wordpress.com

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Martin Luther King's Last Speech: I've Been to the Mountaintop

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"I've Been to the Mountaintop" is the last speech delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. King spoke on April 3, 1968, at the Mason Temple (Church of God in Chri...

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Thank you so much for your Donations to Art House!!

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Please Help us Get Through this DISASTER!!

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[05/12/20]   Thank you Katherine Post
Andrea Turman
Leslie Capson
Billy Corman for Donations!

John Diamante says"
12:44 PM 5/12/2020

"Harold Adler keeps producing house-concert-like events by illustrious performers, in the open-archives Gallery's generous community hospitality; slaves away, labor of love, at keeping the enrichment vibrant and relevant with both rare and familiar music, in a kind of livingroom church of inspiration and art.
Sixty years after, '60s still electrifying the '20s.
How will this matter after tyrannovirus' victims, when the world shut down by SARS-CoV-2 emerges?
Spirit of '60s creativity, ecology, unity nourishing....

Kind of reminds of a riddle from the early days of atomic physicists:
Why is a mouse when it spins?
Because the higher the fewer.

I know. Makes no easy sense, complicates your day. Just do as I do, send Harold Adler something or tell someone. To increase the odds BAGH'll be here after the unknowns unknowns play out"

jcd

Art House Gallery & Cultural Center's cover photo

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Tribute to Albert Neiman (1942-2020)



Albert Neiman, aged 78, died on April 28, 2020, of complications related to lymphoma cancer, in Oakland California, the same city that he was very proud to have called his birthplace. He was a big man with a big voice and big presence, who was never shy to give you his opinion. Albert was devoted to his family, and his very large extended network of friends. He was an intellectual, a raconteur, a filmmaker, an entrepreneur, and a lover of knowledge and of people. For over 50 years he was a Bay Area dealer of ephemera and fine posters, specializing in the art of the San Francisco counter culture. Albert had the foresight to recognize early on, that the poster artists of the 60’s, many of whom were his close friends, were making historically significant contributions to the American art scene. Albert was extremely proud to have been in the vanguard of the social movement that the much of the art represented. To him, “hippie” wasn’t a pejorative term, instead it represented the positive and important values that he worked and fought for his entire life: social justice, freedom of expression and creativity, and a vision of an ecologically sustainable world bound in love rather than racial, economic, and religious divisions.

Albert moved with his family to Los Angeles when he was a young lad and graduated from Hamilton High School in 1959. He loved spending his high school summers working as a camp counselor at The Foundation for the Junior Blind, a revolutionary program in its time that allowed visually impaired youth to experience the traditional camping that had been only available to sighted kids. Throughout his life, Albert was an avid reader and explorer of ideas, and always had a mountain of books by his side. He was especially interested in anthropology, history, politics, and world religions and spent two years studying at Los Angeles City College and subsequently at San Francisco State College. Before leaving for the Bay Area, he was introduced to the world of graphics and music at the Ash Grove and the Troubadour, two of his favorite L.A. venues.

Albert arrived in San Francisco in the early 60’s where he attended college and worked various jobs, including becoming a bell-ringing grip man on San Francisco’s iconic cable cars. Although he never won the annual bell ringing contest, this did establish him as a true San Franciscan. At the same time, he involved himself in activities of social change, and participated in the pivotal 1964 sit-in for civil rights at the Sheraton-Palace Hotel. Eventually he ended up in ground zero of what would become the birthplace of the counter culture. In the early 60’s he opened his light store and headshop called “New Reflections” situated near Haight and Ashbury in San Francisco. He wasn’t just a storeowner; he became a vital member of a revolution that would eventually lead to the Summer of Love. His good friends included concert promoter Chet Helms and Allan Cohen, the publisher of the Oracle newspaper, who among others, formed the vanguard of the movement. During this time, Albert put on weekly experimental film showings at the Straight Theater on Haight Street and he worked to promote organizations that served the community, such as the Diggers and the Haight Ashbury Free Clinic. Albert never abandoned the values of the movement he helped define.

A new phase of his life began in 1970, when Albert became one of the original members of Project One, a unique urban collective, located in an old San Francisco candy factory. In the basement, with the help of Irene Thompson, he established a motion picture film laboratory called the Image Works, to process and print 16mm film and support a community of independent and student filmmakers. Albert often carried his trusty 16mm Bolex camera with him, and it was during this time that he documented, along with other filmmakers, the occupation of Alcatraz by Native Americans. Eventually, popularity of 16mm as a film medium waned, and Albert moved on to establish himself as a fine art and poster dealer with the creation of Visual Transformation. To support his new business, he drove a cab for Veteran’s Cab Company, and became a member of the Sign Display Workers Local 510 where he made lifelong friends with his union brothers and sisters. In 1996, he co-produced dance concerts with related posters, at Maritime Hall under the name of Straight Theater Presents, recreating the ambiance that his friends, the Family Dog, had created 30 years earlier. Albert knew how to make things happen, especially if they involved the creative process. In later years he initiated a weekly film series at Berkeley’s Art House Gallery & Cultural Center., he worked with Regent Press in publishing and distributing an art portfolio of Oracle graphics, and he helped to bring to light San Francisco’s Coit Tower muralist artist Bernard Zakheim, and most recently, he published and helped design a poster series promoting the Green New Deal. His remained passionate about poster art, and was driven to lend his firsthand experience and encyclopedic knowledge of 60’s posters to anyone who shared his appreciation for it. However, his most notable strength was his warm, outgoing and giving spirit which allowed him to be a true egalitarian and see great value in people, including those marginalized by our society, and to have a positive impact on them. He will be dearly missed.

A celebration to honor Albert’s life will be scheduled at a future date to be determined.

Donations may be made in his name to East Bay Food Not Bombs, c/o East Bay Food Justice Project, 3124 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94705-1823.

Written by Mark Neiman (cousin) and Mark Weiman (friend

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[05/07/20]   Please help Art House Gallery & Cultural Center survive!!! PLEASE send funds to [email protected] at PayPal.com or mail a check payable to Harold Adler 2905 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley CA 94705 and Thank you so much!!!

[05/07/20]   It seems like this nightmare will never end.

We have now been told that we must shelter in place all over Alameda County for ONE MORE MONTH. We are a little Cultural Center in Berkeley California but we have BIG BILLS TO PAY. We hope ONLY ONE MORE MONTH. It could be longer. We don't like to have to ask for HELP but NOW MORE THAN EVER WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SURVIVE through this Disaster.

Whatever you can afford will REALLY HELP KEEP US KEEP GOING!!

We want to continue to produce Beautiful Live music shows and Great Art and History exhibits as we have for over 10 years.

Please help us survive. PEACE LOve and Music,

Harold Adler - Director Art House Gallery & Cultural Center- Berkeley California

WE LOve YOU!!!

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Our Story

Blog site: www.berkeleyarthouse.wordpress.com A GREAT PLACE TO GO FOR ART, POETRY & MUSIC, with GREAT LIGHTING, SOUND SYSTEM & WONDERFUL PEOPLE! a visual & performing arts exhibition space We are open for viewing by Special appointment. Art House Gallery NOW sells Rare 60s and 70s Records (Vinyl) and Collectable Posters, Art and Photos

We are available for Special events, Private Parties and Meetings. For rental rates call 510-472-3170 "Your space and what you are bringing to the community is such a gem! Thank you, Thank you! Count us in as your avid supporters and audience." Very Warmly, Dara (Jan and Torin) "Your place has taken over from the Freight for me. Thanks for all you do for the community of artists and appreciators." Nancy "The Berkeley Art House & Cultural Center is a well organized venue with a nice feel and cooperative staff. Seems good to me for all sorts of events. Highly recommended!" Keith "Thank you Harold at Art House Co-op for honoring the gift in me. The band appreciated your special blend of hospitality. It was heart felt and genuine! THE BLACK PEARL Project's Mazella Houston and Larrie Ray Noble Sr. can’t wait for an opportunity to return with a whole new host of family and friends! Your house is a great house! Thanks for giving to the music, Sir…m"

Harold Adler, founder and curator of the Art House Gallery and Cultural Center, has been a fixture in the Berkeley arts community for over 40 years and he's still going strong. Well known for his photographic coverage of the Beat scene, the Free Speech Movement, and the Anti-Vietnam War Movement, Harold just doesn't know when to quit. Thank goodness. Adler is deeply committed to keeping alive the vision and aesthetics of 1960s Berkeley and that's more than groovy, man. But don't be fooled. Despite the nostalgia on the walls and Bob Dylan's records playing in the background, Adler's curation is vital and contemporary, looking forward as well as back. Likewise for his current photographic efforts, which are on display and well worth a look. If you haven't been to the Art House Gallery & Cultural Center in Berkeley, check it out. Maybe the best venue for music in the Bay Area! A variety of great music including performances by many legendary 60's musicians, posters by 60's poster artist Dennis Loren and even an authentic 60's light show! Jan Steckel, Poet adds: What a groovy place! Love the décor (including the hundreds of vinyl records, the turntable, the lava lamps, the colored light bulbs, the paintings, the posters, the photos) and loved Harold's guitar and harmonica playing and Clive's friendly, shoulders-shaking-with-laughter MCing. The audience was responsive and collegial with a very high-quality open mike. The features kicked ass and gave out free books. It's like I died and went to poetry heaven. The Art House and Cultural Center opened in June 2009 as an art gallery with cultural events on the weekends. The events are diverse and range from poetry readings to live jazz, 60's rock bands, acoustic unplugged folk music, singer song writers, multimedia performances, benefit events and private parties. Mr. Adler operates from the dual vision that “Variety is the Spice of Life” and “Expect the Unexpected.” His ultimate goal is to continue to celebrate and applaud the rich vital arts, culture and legacy that IS Berkeley. The building in which the Art House Gallery and Cultural Center is interesting in and of itself. Historically it was a blacksmith's shop 100 years ago and then an industrial welding shop 50 years ago known to long-time Berkeley residents as “The Berkeley Craftsman” turning out beautiful, decorative ornamental railings for stairways, fences and houses. The Art House Gallery celebrates the arts and culture and legacy of Berkeley both past and present. Check out the website or telephone listed above for further information. We do take credit Cards! We are open by special appointment every day of the week Call 510-472-3170

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Michael McClure @ Moes Books 2008 Video/Film by (c) Harold Adler
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HUGE Sale of Vinyl (LP's and Records). Over 2,000 to choose from. Summer Clearance Sale. Friday, Saturday and Sunday ONLY. 11am -4pm JULY 12, 13 and 14. Many Rare and Collectacbe 60s and 70s Rock, Jazz, Blues and R&B 2905 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley CA 94705
HUGE Sale of Vinyl (LP's and Records). Over 2,000 to choose from. Summer Clearance Sale. Friday, Saturday and Sunday ONLY. 11am -4pm JULY 12, 13 and 14. Many Rare and Collectacbe 60s and 70s Rock, Jazz, Blues and R&B 2905 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley CA 94705
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Art House Gallery & Cultural Center went back to 1968 last night! WOW!! What a TRIP!!
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La Peña is a leading presenter of artists of color, with a focus on the musical & artistic traditions of the Latinx diaspora at all of our intersections, including: Indigenous, Afro-Latinx, multiracial & LGBTQ. We unite communities resisting oppression.

Community Concerts at Epworth Community Concerts at Epworth
1953 Hopkins Street
Berkeley, 94707

Community Concerts at Epworth is a new concert series in North Berkeley presenting diverse and eclectic array of ensembles.

The Back Room The Back Room
1984 Bonita Ave
Berkeley, 94704

The Back Room is an intimate, 100-capacity, comfortable place for (mostly) acoustic-based music of all genres. We are an all-ages, BYOB (21+) space. Booking info: https://backroommusic.com/booking/ Calendar: https://backroommusic.com/events/