The ARTogether Center in downtown Oakland serves as a cultural center, community hub, and exhibition venue for Bay Area refugee and immigrant artists. The Gallery exhibits quarterly solo and group shows, with a particular focus on talented and skilled artists who have historically lacked access and resources to share their own work. Our exhibitions connect artists to their audiences and their community by creating a platform for their art and their stories.
Located at 1200 Harrison St. in Oakland, CA
Fridays 4-8 PM
Saturdays 2-4 PM
By appointment only, when there is a current show.
Please contact us before your visit to confirm.
Call for Submissions
We currently do not have any open calls for art, but encourage you to reach out to us via this form to share more about your work and to stay updated. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to be apprised of upcoming opportunities.
ARTogether Center abides by the COVID-19 safety regulations set by the city of Oakland. At this time, we are not requiring masks indoors, although masks and COVID-19 tests will be available on site. Participants who experience COVID-19 symptoms, or test positive for COVID-19, should not visit the gallery until they test negative.
ARTogether Center is located on the ground level with a single entrance door accessible from the sidewalk. There are two accessible bathrooms on the ground level of the building, each with a single stall and an accessible stall. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with your needs.