At the epicenter of the Art Murmur and holding it down on Broadway decades before First Friday hit the Oakland nightlife, Rosewood House is celebrating its 44th year in business with an Anniversary Sale. Featuring fine furniture handmade in polished hardwoods, and Asian antiques rivaling the collections you have to pay to see in Asian Art museums, you should stop in just to soak in the fineness of the exquisitely curated collection. A warm message from its founder, welcoming you and your friends and family to check in.
Missed Oakland Digital’s Inspiration Awards 2012 Dec. 6th event? Here are some video highlights…
Through Inspiration Awards 2011, Oakland Digital recognizes and honors prominent local Bay Area pioneers who have made substantial contributions to the community at large through their innovation and dedication in their chosen fields of: 1) business, 2) artistic creativity, and 3) technology.
Oakland Digital (ODALC) featured on Peralta TV & 9th Floor Radio!
It was a night of culmination for Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center (ODALC). After more than a year of striving to establish itself in a time of economic downturn, the local technology nonprofit succeeded in hosting its first annual Inspiration Awards, which celebrated the City of Oakland and honored three influential people for their significant contributions to the community…
Exclusive behind-the-scenes video at #TweediaDay / Warriors Media 2010 as seen through the eyes of Shaun Tai (@shaun_tai) of SHAUN TAI Films. SHAUN TAI Films was selected as one of ten social media journalists to attend Warriors Media Day, Tweedia Day. “This is FRESH, we (Warriors) are ready to GO.”
Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center features Laila Espinoza (Oakland mixed-media artist and proud ODALC participant) originally from Juárez Chihuahua México. Espinoza tells Inspire Oakland viewers what about Oakland inspires her! Diversity, creativity, and opportunity are at the core of the mission and objective of ODALC.
Mario Chiodo, when pressed, can come up with several defining events that led him to where he is now—creating Remember Them: Champions for Humanity, a grand contemporary work of art that will put a definitive “there” in Oakland, bring tourists, inspire and educate children and place the city on the international cultural and human rights map.
ODALC staff was in full effect for the Oakland Running Festival / Marathon 2010. Led by ODALC’s community development director, Doris Newsome, we hit the streets getting a unique perspective of Oakland’s first marathon in 25 years. Improving the image of Oakland is one of the goals of the newly formed non-profit, Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center.
I’m Ron Dellums, Mayor of Oakland, California. Why should Google select Oakland? Quite simply, because Oakland citizens get involved. Oakland is a dynamic city with unparalleled community involvement.