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The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

BERKELEY SPARK FESTIVAL The Berkeley Spark 3.0 Arts and Innovation Festival will bring artisans, innovators and nonprofits to Civic Center Park on Saturday for a community-based, participant-driven event that aims to connect the great East Bay. The festival features local independent makers with a focus on sustainability and originality. It also serves as a place for fans […]

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Berkeley Spark 2.0: Art, innovation and a kinetic bear

On Saturday July 19, Berkeley’s Civic Center Park will be filled with artists, idea makers, entrepreneurs and techies from around the Bay Area for the second annual Berkeley Spark, a festival of creative and technological splendor. From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., these innovators will host an array of activities and share their ideas with the public. At […]

Posted inArts, Community, Events

The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

COLLECTOR ART SHOP ARTIST RECEPTION The Collector Art Shop on College Avenue is hosting an artists’ reception and gallery show Friday night. Work by local artists Lois Cantor, Jana Bouc, Susan Erickson, Darril Tighe, and Christina Song will be on display, and their creators will answer questions and discuss their collections. Light refreshments and live music […]