Artist in Residence: Jessica Feldman

Jan 9 – Apr 3 -Oakland based artist, Jessica Feldman takes up residency at Pro Arts, working on a politically-charged media installation.


Scott MacLeod: Three Ring Orchestra

Mar 2 – 31 – a solo exhibition of paintings and mixed media work by long-time Oakland resident Scott MacLeod


Gregory Montreuil: Why Not?

Mar 2 -30 — Gregory Montreuil’s site-specific installation “Why Not?” challenges the viewer to step outside of limitations and boundaries and embrace possibility and potential. 


Ratskin Explastical w/ Rectrix, House Red, Caribay, E. Hernandez

Mar 24 – $6-12 RECTRIX is the solo sound performance project of interdisciplinary artist Pippi Zornoza. Zornoza works with themes of horror and violence using samples, triggers, voice, constructed instruments and built environments that transform a grieving body into weaponized sound. She is a co-founder of the Dirt Palace feminist art collective in Providence Rhode Island. Formed in 2000, the Dirt Palace has since embodied the oxymoron of “Underground Institution”. Zornoza has performed in the musical projects VVLTVRE, Bonedust, Worms in Women and Cattle, Master of Pussy, Sawzall, and Wold. 


Closing Reception: Three Ring Orchestra

Mar 29 – Closing reception for Scott MacLeod’s solo exhibit ‘Three Ring Orchestra’.



March 31 – $7-15 Foregrounding concepts of transparency, radical diversity and inclusion, Zachary Watkins, Raven Chacon, Sharmi Basu, Morgan Craft, Ava Mendoza, and The Living Earth Show present AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: an evening­-length collaborative production. The work is built of individual pieces written by composers of color whose work practice mediates on extra­ musical narratives of race, identity, and the systems of oppression inherent in the tradition of classical chamber music. The pieces will be memorized and performed by San Francisco-­based chamber ensemble The Living Earth Show and performed throughout community music spaces of the Bay Area.


2 x 2: Sofie Ramos & Phillip Maisel

Apr 13 – May 18 – a 2 x 2 exhibition featuring artists Sofie Ramos and Phillip Maisel, curated by Andres Guerrero.


Diana Marto: Jaguars and Angels – Canto XXVI, PART TWO

Apr 13 – May 18 – Diana Marto presents Part Two of her Canto series, and will feature site-specific installations and performances that will evolve throughout the duration of the exhibit.



April 21st — TRANSCONTINENTAL 77: A Trip Across Canada Barb’s Way
* With live visuals by Bill Thibault and music by The Golden Path: Barb, Richard Phillips, Lydia Martin, Keenan Pepper & Tom Weeks.


Diana Marto w/ Benjie Lasseau, Stuart Rabinowitsh

May 3 – At 1pm, Diana will be performing with Benjie Lasseau and Stuart Rabinowitsh in conjunction with her installation inside the Project Space.


Michelle Kuen Suet Fung: Polluta, Floating Artist Colony in the Sky

Jun 1, 2018 – “Polluta, Floating Artist Colony in the Sky” is Michelle Kuen Suet Fung’s first solo exhibition in the Bay Area.


Closing Event: Polluta, Floating Artist Colony in the Sky

Jul 7, 2018 — Closing reception and performance by Michelle Kuet Suen Fung.


TRACE: Wayfinding In Contemporary New Media Art

July 21 – “TRACE: Wayfinding In Contemporary New Media Art” features artists who draw inspiration from different forms of situational awareness transforming them into complex new platforms for reflection and discourse.


Lauren Marie Taylor: Time Machine

September 7 — “Time Machine,” new work by Lauren Marie Taylor, curated by Angel Rafael Vázquez-Concepción. “Time Machine” places historic events in a future sci-fi environment in order to interrogate our present moment.


STILL THEY PERSIST: Protest Art of the 2017 Women’s Marches

Nov 2 – Join us for the Opening Reception of “STILL THEY PERSIST: Protest Art of the 2017 Women’s Marches” touring exhibition of political posters, curated by FemFour.


Choreographies of Disclosure: What the Mind Forgets

Jan. 11, 2019 — “Choreographies of Disclosure: What the Mind Forgets” is a socially engaged, long-form project, developed by performance artist and community organizer Jadelynn Stahl in collaboration with four Bay Area multidisciplinary artists.