CALENDAR (including scheduled virtual events)

This calendar shows virtual events offered by the EBCS community through May 3, as well as live public events coming up at EBCS from May 4 onward. Live events are subject to change if the existing “shelter-in-place” order is extended.

Private events aren’t listed here, so this isn’t a complete list from which one can infer availability.

To see events in a calendar format, click the buttons on the right side of the navigation bar just below here.

May
7
Thu
Community Game Night: Bring your friends and your games for a night of nerdy fun! [Telegraph Room]
May 7 @ 7:00 pm โ€“ 10:00 pm
Community Game Night: Bring your friends and your games for a night of nerdy fun! [Telegraph Room]

Bring your friends and your games for a night of nerdy fun!

Friendly folks on hand to help explain games and join in on the action.

Snacks and drinks provided. $5 Suggested Donation. NOTAFLOF

You can bring beer/wine.

Enter at 5447 Telegraph Ave.

May
14
Thu
Instant Band Night – Play in a band or just watch & enjoy
May 14 @ 7:00 pm โ€“ 10:00 pm
Instant Band Night - Play in a band or just watch & enjoy

* * Play in a band or just watch & enjoy * *

Instant Band Night is a party where musicians who’ve just met form bands on the spot. Come play or come watch: either way, it’ll be the best night of your week.

(1) The first rule of Instant Band Night is: ๐Ÿ‘ YOU ๐Ÿ‘ DON’T ๐Ÿ‘ HAVE ๐Ÿ‘ TO ๐Ÿ‘ PLAY ๐Ÿ‘ AN ๐Ÿ‘ INSTRUMENT ๐Ÿ‘ TO ๐Ÿ‘ ATTEND ๐Ÿ‘

(2) The second rule of Instant Band Night is: We guarantee you (the audience) an astonishingly excellent time.

(3) The third rule of Instant Band Night is: Bring a friend or three!

In case you’ve never been to Instant Band Night, here’s the deal:

1. The stage has a drum kit, guitar, bass, keyboard, and mics.
2. We draw names out of hats to make instant bands that get 5 minutes in the green room to plan a 5-minute set.*
3. A hat-drawn artist will also take the stage alongside each band to draw their gig poster on a meeting room easel pad.

* If you’ve brought a friend (or friends) you want to play with and you’ve already worked something out, just put your whole group into the DUETS/GROUPS hat and we’ll slot you into the order.

HOWEVER! No show is complete without an audience: if you don’t play an instrument or sing, COME ANYWAY and just watch; you’ve never seen anything like it.

Creativity!! Courage!! Music!!

$10/person
BYOB
There will be cookies

* * * w e ‘ l l * s e e * y o u * t h e r e * * *

F.A.Q.

Q: Do I need to be a musician to show up?
A: No. Absolutely not. Hell no. Come see the show and have a good time; you don’t have to get onstage.

Q: I’m a musician; am I guaranteed a slot in a band?
A: We literally draw names written on slips of paper out of coffee cans, so there’s a chance you may not be called; in a purely mathematical sense, it’s a function of how many musicians of each type show up that night (there are five musician cans (DRUMS, GUITAR, BASS, VOX, MISC) and one can for artists who’ll be picked to draw the bands’ gig posters, plus the DUETS/GROUPS can for people who showed up with at least one friend and already have something in mind. We say: surrender to the spirit of random chance, or maybe slip the MC a bribe of some sort.

Q: Do I have to be an amazing musician to throw my name in a can?
A: Probably not. Your band’s only gonna be onstage for 5 minutes, anyway; how bad can you possibly be?

Q: I play an instrument other than what’ll be onstage, like the sax or trumpet. Can I bring it?
A: Hhhheeeeeelll yyyeeeessssss you can bring it. PLEASE DO. We had a guy bring a bassoon once, and he rocked the living shit out of it — and, by extension, us. Woodwinds and brass, which tend not to need extra amplification for a space of this size beyond being pointed vaguely at a mic, are most welcome. If your instrument requires an amp, that’s cool, but you should get in touch with Jon about showing up early for setup.

Q: Do I have to pick my cover tunes beforehand?
A: Listen. You and your band (who you’ve JUST MET) have 5 minutes onstage to do whatever the hell you can think of in the 5 minutes prior to walking up there. You wanna try to pick a cover everyone can agree on? Great. You wanna try writing something new? Fantastic; it can definitely be done. You wanna pick a key and tell each other to just fuckin’ wing it up there? You are a RAGING PSYCHOPATH and we love it. We’ll see you in 5; get in the green room!!!!

Q: I showed up with a friend (or two or three or four) and we already have something in mind. Can we play together?
A: We made a whole other coffee can just for you: it’s the one labeled DUETS/GROUPS! Put all your names (plus your band name) on one of the big paper entry slips and throw it right in there!

Q: What does BYOB stand for?
A: We don’t sell drinks at Instant Band Night, so you gotta bring your own. Get a cheap sixpack of something. Maybe a bottle and some cups. We’re not here to godmod how you get down.

Q: Does this mean it’s 21+?
A: That it does.

Q: Is this in the East Bay?
A: It is. Do not be alarmed: it’s within walking distance of MacArthur BART, and as a bonus, you get to tour the delightful, scenic Temescal district on your way over. Or you could just take a Lyft from SF (or the BART station if you fancy). Got a car? Drive on over; parking around the East Bay Community Space is pretty simple. You can do this. We believe in you.

Q: I can’t make it, and I feel a little bad about it. Am I good?
A: The only cure is to think of a few friends of yours who live in the Bay and enjoy fun, then invite them to this.

Q: You got any other rules?
A: For some reason, almost every Instant Band Night sees a group do a rendition of “Creep” by Radiohead, so this song is now outlawed until at least Instant Band Night 16

May
17
Sun
Bay Area Arts Mixer // May 17th // ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒผSpring BAAM ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒผ
May 17 @ 3:30 pm โ€“ 9:00 pm
Bay Area Arts Mixer // May 17th // ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒผSpring BAAM ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒผ

๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒผSpring BAAM ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒผ

The Bay Area Arts Mixer, is a recurring live Music & Art event which aims to bring together artists across many platforms with the intention of support and collaboration.

Rock out to local musicians booked back-to-back alongside local artists displaying their work. Indulge in refreshments, build your network and revel in community art making!

BAAM was created to bring local artists and musicians together across many platforms for collaboration, creative practice development, and live interaction. Whether you are an artist or an arts supporter, come spend your Sunday afternoon with us!

May 17th, 2:30-8pm
East Bay Community Space
507 55th street, Oakland, California 94609
Suggested Donation $5-20 at door.

๐ŸŽถSchedule and Performers! ๐ŸŽถ (subject to change)

3:00-3:20 –
3:30-3:50 –
4:05-4:35 –
4:50-5:20 –
5:30-5:50 –
6:00-6:15 –
6:25-6:45 –
6:55-7:15 –
7:25-7:55 –

โœจArtists! โœจ

Live painting by:

Writer in Residence:

Live Video/Photography:

Don’t forget cash for:

—> Local artists handmade gifts and artwork
—> *BAAM!* supporting food, and popcorn bar

Come support artists and musicians in the Bay Area!

Interested in volunteering?
Fill out this form: https://bit.ly/2LoR7QF

May
31
Sun
Introduction to Empowerment Self-Defense – Hosted by IMPACT Bay Area
May 31 @ 11:00 am โ€“ 2:00 pm
Introduction to Empowerment Self-Defense - Hosted by IMPACT Bay Area

This 3-hour training covers street safety and awareness, physical and verbal boundary setting and full-force self defense skills proven effective at increasing safety and confidence. Students get the unique and powerful experience of practicing their techniques full force in safe and realistic scenarios against a padded mock assailant. This is a great class to take if you are considering a full-length Women’s, LGBTQ or Young Adult Basics course, but would like to check out an introductory IMPACT class first. Attendees who complete this class will receive a discount on aย future Basics Course.


Scholarship and Flexible Payment Plans:
ย We are committed to making our classes available to all people, regardless of ability to pay. Fill out ourย online scholarship formย to apply or contact us at [email protected] to learn more about our flexible payment plans.

Jun
14
Sun
LGBTQ+ Intro to Empowerment Self-Defense – Hosted by IMPACT Bay Area
Jun 14 @ 11:00 am โ€“ 2:00 pm
LGBTQ+ Intro to Empowerment Self-Defense - Hosted by IMPACT Bay Area

IMPACT Bay Area is dedicated to providing personal safety skills and confidence to communities most at risk of violence and harassment in our society. Among our LGBTQ+ offerings are LGBTQ+ Basics, which is a four-day course held annually in the Fall, and LGBTQ+ Intro to Empowerment Self-Defense classes, which are 3-hour workshops intended to empower students with introductory skills in healthy boundary-setting and full force self-defense.

LGBTQ+ Intro to Empowerment Self-Defense:

This three-hour training covers street safety and awareness, physical and verbal boundary setting, and full force self-defense skills proven effective at increasing safety and confidence. Students get the unique and powerful experience of practicing their techniques full force in safe and realistic scenarios against a padded mock assailant. This is a great class to take if you are considering the full-length course, and attendees who complete this class will receive a discount on a future course. This class is open to all LGBTQ+ identified students age 16+.

Scholarship and Flexible Payment Plans:

We are committed to making our classes available to all people, regardless of ability to pay. Fill out ourย online scholarship formย to apply orย contact usย to learn more about our flexible payment plans.

Jul
9
Thu
Instant Band Night – Play in a band or just watch & enjoy
Jul 9 @ 7:00 pm โ€“ 10:00 pm
Instant Band Night - Play in a band or just watch & enjoy

* * Play in a band or just watch & enjoy * *

Instant Band Night is a party where musicians who’ve just met form bands on the spot. Come play or come watch: either way, it’ll be the best night of your week.

(1) The first rule of Instant Band Night is: ๐Ÿ‘ YOU ๐Ÿ‘ DON’T ๐Ÿ‘ HAVE ๐Ÿ‘ TO ๐Ÿ‘ PLAY ๐Ÿ‘ AN ๐Ÿ‘ INSTRUMENT ๐Ÿ‘ TO ๐Ÿ‘ ATTEND ๐Ÿ‘

(2) The second rule of Instant Band Night is: We guarantee you (the audience) an astonishingly excellent time.

(3) The third rule of Instant Band Night is: Bring a friend or three!

In case you’ve never been to Instant Band Night, here’s the deal:

1. The stage has a drum kit, guitar, bass, keyboard, and mics.
2. We draw names out of hats to make instant bands that get 5 minutes in the green room to plan a 5-minute set.*
3. A hat-drawn artist will also take the stage alongside each band to draw their gig poster on a meeting room easel pad.

* If you’ve brought a friend (or friends) you want to play with and you’ve already worked something out, just put your whole group into the DUETS/GROUPS hat and we’ll slot you into the order.

HOWEVER! No show is complete without an audience: if you don’t play an instrument or sing, COME ANYWAY and just watch; you’ve never seen anything like it.

Creativity!! Courage!! Music!!

$10/person
BYOB
There will be cookies

* * * w e ‘ l l * s e e * y o u * t h e r e * * *

F.A.Q.

Q: Do I need to be a musician to show up?
A: No. Absolutely not. Hell no. Come see the show and have a good time; you don’t have to get onstage.

Q: I’m a musician; am I guaranteed a slot in a band?
A: We literally draw names written on slips of paper out of coffee cans, so there’s a chance you may not be called; in a purely mathematical sense, it’s a function of how many musicians of each type show up that night (there are five musician cans (DRUMS, GUITAR, BASS, VOX, MISC) and one can for artists who’ll be picked to draw the bands’ gig posters, plus the DUETS/GROUPS can for people who showed up with at least one friend and already have something in mind. We say: surrender to the spirit of random chance, or maybe slip the MC a bribe of some sort.

Q: Do I have to be an amazing musician to throw my name in a can?
A: Probably not. Your band’s only gonna be onstage for 5 minutes, anyway; how bad can you possibly be?

Q: I play an instrument other than what’ll be onstage, like the sax or trumpet. Can I bring it?
A: Hhhheeeeeelll yyyeeeessssss you can bring it. PLEASE DO. We had a guy bring a bassoon once, and he rocked the living shit out of it — and, by extension, us. Woodwinds and brass, which tend not to need extra amplification for a space of this size beyond being pointed vaguely at a mic, are most welcome. If your instrument requires an amp, that’s cool, but you should get in touch with Jon about showing up early for setup.

Q: Do I have to pick my cover tunes beforehand?
A: Listen. You and your band (who you’ve JUST MET) have 5 minutes onstage to do whatever the hell you can think of in the 5 minutes prior to walking up there. You wanna try to pick a cover everyone can agree on? Great. You wanna try writing something new? Fantastic; it can definitely be done. You wanna pick a key and tell each other to just fuckin’ wing it up there? You are a RAGING PSYCHOPATH and we love it. We’ll see you in 5; get in the green room!!!!

Q: I showed up with a friend (or two or three or four) and we already have something in mind. Can we play together?
A: We made a whole other coffee can just for you: it’s the one labeled DUETS/GROUPS! Put all your names (plus your band name) on one of the big paper entry slips and throw it right in there!

Q: What does BYOB stand for?
A: We don’t sell drinks at Instant Band Night, so you gotta bring your own. Get a cheap sixpack of something. Maybe a bottle and some cups. We’re not here to godmod how you get down.

Q: Does this mean it’s 21+?
A: That it does.

Q: Is this in the East Bay?
A: It is. Do not be alarmed: it’s within walking distance of MacArthur BART, and as a bonus, you get to tour the delightful, scenic Temescal district on your way over. Or you could just take a Lyft from SF (or the BART station if you fancy). Got a car? Drive on over; parking around the East Bay Community Space is pretty simple. You can do this. We believe in you.

Q: I can’t make it, and I feel a little bad about it. Am I good?
A: The only cure is to think of a few friends of yours who live in the Bay and enjoy fun, then invite them to this.

Q: You got any other rules?
A: For some reason, almost every Instant Band Night sees a group do a rendition of “Creep” by Radiohead, so this song is now outlawed until at least Instant Band Night 16

Aug
16
Sun
Bay Area Arts Mixer // August 16th // ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚Fall BAAM ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚
Aug 16 @ 2:30 pm โ€“ 8:00 pm
Bay Area Arts Mixer // August 16th // ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚Fall BAAM ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚

๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚Fall BAAM ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚

The Bay Area Arts Mixer, is a recurring live Music & Art event which aims to bring together artists across many platforms with the intention of support and collaboration.

Rock out to local musicians booked back-to-back alongside local artists displaying their work. Indulge in refreshments, build your network and revel in community art making!

BAAM was created to bring local artists and musicians together across many platforms for collaboration, creative practice development, and live interaction. Whether you are an artist or an arts supporter, come spend your Sunday afternoon with us!

August 16th, 2:30-8pm
East Bay Community Space
507 55th street, Oakland, California 94609
Suggested Donation $5-20 at door.

๐ŸŽถSchedule and Performers! ๐ŸŽถ (subject to change)

3:00-3:20 –
3:30-3:50 –
4:05-4:35 –
4:50-5:20 –
5:30-5:50 –
6:00-6:15 –
6:25-6:45 –
6:55-7:15 –
7:25-7:55 –

โœจArtists! โœจ

Live painting by:

Writer in Residence:

Live Video/Photography:

Don’t forget cash for:

—> Local artists handmade gifts and artwork
—> *BAAM!* supporting food, and popcorn bar

Come support artists and musicians in the Bay Area!

Interested in volunteering?
Fill out this form: https://bit.ly/2LoR7QF

Sep
10
Thu
Instant Band Night – Play in a band or just watch & enjoy
Sep 10 @ 7:00 pm โ€“ 10:00 pm
Instant Band Night - Play in a band or just watch & enjoy

* * Play in a band or just watch & enjoy * *

Instant Band Night is a party where musicians who’ve just met form bands on the spot. Come play or come watch: either way, it’ll be the best night of your week.

(1) The first rule of Instant Band Night is: ๐Ÿ‘ YOU ๐Ÿ‘ DON’T ๐Ÿ‘ HAVE ๐Ÿ‘ TO ๐Ÿ‘ PLAY ๐Ÿ‘ AN ๐Ÿ‘ INSTRUMENT ๐Ÿ‘ TO ๐Ÿ‘ ATTEND ๐Ÿ‘

(2) The second rule of Instant Band Night is: We guarantee you (the audience) an astonishingly excellent time.

(3) The third rule of Instant Band Night is: Bring a friend or three!

In case you’ve never been to Instant Band Night, here’s the deal:

1. The stage has a drum kit, guitar, bass, keyboard, and mics.
2. We draw names out of hats to make instant bands that get 5 minutes in the green room to plan a 5-minute set.*
3. A hat-drawn artist will also take the stage alongside each band to draw their gig poster on a meeting room easel pad.

* If you’ve brought a friend (or friends) you want to play with and you’ve already worked something out, just put your whole group into the DUETS/GROUPS hat and we’ll slot you into the order.

HOWEVER! No show is complete without an audience: if you don’t play an instrument or sing, COME ANYWAY and just watch; you’ve never seen anything like it.

Creativity!! Courage!! Music!!

$10/person
BYOB
There will be cookies

* * * w e ‘ l l * s e e * y o u * t h e r e * * *

F.A.Q.

Q: Do I need to be a musician to show up?
A: No. Absolutely not. Hell no. Come see the show and have a good time; you don’t have to get onstage.

Q: I’m a musician; am I guaranteed a slot in a band?
A: We literally draw names written on slips of paper out of coffee cans, so there’s a chance you may not be called; in a purely mathematical sense, it’s a function of how many musicians of each type show up that night (there are five musician cans (DRUMS, GUITAR, BASS, VOX, MISC) and one can for artists who’ll be picked to draw the bands’ gig posters, plus the DUETS/GROUPS can for people who showed up with at least one friend and already have something in mind. We say: surrender to the spirit of random chance, or maybe slip the MC a bribe of some sort.

Q: Do I have to be an amazing musician to throw my name in a can?
A: Probably not. Your band’s only gonna be onstage for 5 minutes, anyway; how bad can you possibly be?

Q: I play an instrument other than what’ll be onstage, like the sax or trumpet. Can I bring it?
A: Hhhheeeeeelll yyyeeeessssss you can bring it. PLEASE DO. We had a guy bring a bassoon once, and he rocked the living shit out of it — and, by extension, us. Woodwinds and brass, which tend not to need extra amplification for a space of this size beyond being pointed vaguely at a mic, are most welcome. If your instrument requires an amp, that’s cool, but you should get in touch with Jon about showing up early for setup.

Q: Do I have to pick my cover tunes beforehand?
A: Listen. You and your band (who you’ve JUST MET) have 5 minutes onstage to do whatever the hell you can think of in the 5 minutes prior to walking up there. You wanna try to pick a cover everyone can agree on? Great. You wanna try writing something new? Fantastic; it can definitely be done. You wanna pick a key and tell each other to just fuckin’ wing it up there? You are a RAGING PSYCHOPATH and we love it. We’ll see you in 5; get in the green room!!!!

Q: I showed up with a friend (or two or three or four) and we already have something in mind. Can we play together?
A: We made a whole other coffee can just for you: it’s the one labeled DUETS/GROUPS! Put all your names (plus your band name) on one of the big paper entry slips and throw it right in there!

Q: What does BYOB stand for?
A: We don’t sell drinks at Instant Band Night, so you gotta bring your own. Get a cheap sixpack of something. Maybe a bottle and some cups. We’re not here to godmod how you get down.

Q: Does this mean it’s 21+?
A: That it does.

Q: Is this in the East Bay?
A: It is. Do not be alarmed: it’s within walking distance of MacArthur BART, and as a bonus, you get to tour the delightful, scenic Temescal district on your way over. Or you could just take a Lyft from SF (or the BART station if you fancy). Got a car? Drive on over; parking around the East Bay Community Space is pretty simple. You can do this. We believe in you.

Q: I can’t make it, and I feel a little bad about it. Am I good?
A: The only cure is to think of a few friends of yours who live in the Bay and enjoy fun, then invite them to this.

Q: You got any other rules?
A: For some reason, almost every Instant Band Night sees a group do a rendition of “Creep” by Radiohead, so this song is now outlawed until at least Instant Band Night 16

Nov
12
Thu
Instant Band Night – Play in a band or just watch & enjoy
Nov 12 @ 7:00 pm โ€“ 10:00 pm
Instant Band Night - Play in a band or just watch & enjoy

* * Play in a band or just watch & enjoy * *

Instant Band Night is a party where musicians who’ve just met form bands on the spot. Come play or come watch: either way, it’ll be the best night of your week.

(1) The first rule of Instant Band Night is: ๐Ÿ‘ YOU ๐Ÿ‘ DON’T ๐Ÿ‘ HAVE ๐Ÿ‘ TO ๐Ÿ‘ PLAY ๐Ÿ‘ AN ๐Ÿ‘ INSTRUMENT ๐Ÿ‘ TO ๐Ÿ‘ ATTEND ๐Ÿ‘

(2) The second rule of Instant Band Night is: We guarantee you (the audience) an astonishingly excellent time.

(3) The third rule of Instant Band Night is: Bring a friend or three!

In case you’ve never been to Instant Band Night, here’s the deal:

1. The stage has a drum kit, guitar, bass, keyboard, and mics.
2. We draw names out of hats to make instant bands that get 5 minutes in the green room to plan a 5-minute set.*
3. A hat-drawn artist will also take the stage alongside each band to draw their gig poster on a meeting room easel pad.

* If you’ve brought a friend (or friends) you want to play with and you’ve already worked something out, just put your whole group into the DUETS/GROUPS hat and we’ll slot you into the order.

HOWEVER! No show is complete without an audience: if you don’t play an instrument or sing, COME ANYWAY and just watch; you’ve never seen anything like it.

Creativity!! Courage!! Music!!

$10/person
BYOB
There will be cookies

* * * w e ‘ l l * s e e * y o u * t h e r e * * *

F.A.Q.

Q: Do I need to be a musician to show up?
A: No. Absolutely not. Hell no. Come see the show and have a good time; you don’t have to get onstage.

Q: I’m a musician; am I guaranteed a slot in a band?
A: We literally draw names written on slips of paper out of coffee cans, so there’s a chance you may not be called; in a purely mathematical sense, it’s a function of how many musicians of each type show up that night (there are five musician cans (DRUMS, GUITAR, BASS, VOX, MISC) and one can for artists who’ll be picked to draw the bands’ gig posters, plus the DUETS/GROUPS can for people who showed up with at least one friend and already have something in mind. We say: surrender to the spirit of random chance, or maybe slip the MC a bribe of some sort.

Q: Do I have to be an amazing musician to throw my name in a can?
A: Probably not. Your band’s only gonna be onstage for 5 minutes, anyway; how bad can you possibly be?

Q: I play an instrument other than what’ll be onstage, like the sax or trumpet. Can I bring it?
A: Hhhheeeeeelll yyyeeeessssss you can bring it. PLEASE DO. We had a guy bring a bassoon once, and he rocked the living shit out of it — and, by extension, us. Woodwinds and brass, which tend not to need extra amplification for a space of this size beyond being pointed vaguely at a mic, are most welcome. If your instrument requires an amp, that’s cool, but you should get in touch with Jon about showing up early for setup.

Q: Do I have to pick my cover tunes beforehand?
A: Listen. You and your band (who you’ve JUST MET) have 5 minutes onstage to do whatever the hell you can think of in the 5 minutes prior to walking up there. You wanna try to pick a cover everyone can agree on? Great. You wanna try writing something new? Fantastic; it can definitely be done. You wanna pick a key and tell each other to just fuckin’ wing it up there? You are a RAGING PSYCHOPATH and we love it. We’ll see you in 5; get in the green room!!!!

Q: I showed up with a friend (or two or three or four) and we already have something in mind. Can we play together?
A: We made a whole other coffee can just for you: it’s the one labeled DUETS/GROUPS! Put all your names (plus your band name) on one of the big paper entry slips and throw it right in there!

Q: What does BYOB stand for?
A: We don’t sell drinks at Instant Band Night, so you gotta bring your own. Get a cheap sixpack of something. Maybe a bottle and some cups. We’re not here to godmod how you get down.

Q: Does this mean it’s 21+?
A: That it does.

Q: Is this in the East Bay?
A: It is. Do not be alarmed: it’s within walking distance of MacArthur BART, and as a bonus, you get to tour the delightful, scenic Temescal district on your way over. Or you could just take a Lyft from SF (or the BART station if you fancy). Got a car? Drive on over; parking around the East Bay Community Space is pretty simple. You can do this. We believe in you.

Q: I can’t make it, and I feel a little bad about it. Am I good?
A: The only cure is to think of a few friends of yours who live in the Bay and enjoy fun, then invite them to this.

Q: You got any other rules?
A: For some reason, almost every Instant Band Night sees a group do a rendition of “Creep” by Radiohead, so this song is now outlawed until at least Instant Band Night 16

Nov
15
Sun
Bay Area Arts Mixer // November 15th // โ„๏ธโ›„Winter BAAM โ„๏ธโ›„
Nov 15 @ 1:30 pm โ€“ 8:00 pm
Bay Area Arts Mixer // November 15th // โ„๏ธโ›„Winter BAAM โ„๏ธโ›„

โ„๏ธโ›„Winter BAAM โ„๏ธโ›„

The Bay Area Arts Mixer, is a recurring live Music & Art event which aims to bring together artists across many platforms with the intention of support and collaboration.

Rock out to local musicians booked back-to-back alongside local artists displaying their work. Indulge in refreshments, build your network and revel in community art making!

BAAM was created to bring local artists and musicians together across many platforms for collaboration, creative practice development, and live interaction. Whether you are an artist or an arts supporter, come spend your Sunday afternoon with us!

November 15th, 2:30-8pm
East Bay Community Space
507 55th street, Oakland, California 94609
Suggested Donation $5-20 at door.

๐ŸŽถSchedule and Performers! ๐ŸŽถ (subject to change)

3:00-3:20 –
3:30-3:50 –
4:05-4:35 –
4:50-5:20 –
5:30-5:50 –
6:00-6:15 –
6:25-6:45 –
6:55-7:15 –
7:25-7:55 –

โœจArtists! โœจ

Live painting by:

Writer in Residence:

Live Video/Photography:

Don’t forget cash for:

—> Local artists handmade gifts and artwork
—> *BAAM!* supporting food, and popcorn bar

Come support artists and musicians in the Bay Area!

Interested in volunteering?
Fill out this form: https://bit.ly/2LoR7QF

REACH OUT TO US!

EAST BAY COMMUNITY SPACEย ยฉ2020

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