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Epic Arts Studios is our community arts and resource center located in South Berkeley at 1923 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley, CA, directly across the street from Ashby BART (map and directions). In addition to housing our administrative offices, this facility features three beautiful public spaces suitable for many uses including music and theater performances, classes, workshops, retreats, photos shoots, lessons and rehearsals. Our goal is to make this facility available and accessible for a wide variety of uses - please check out our booking and rental info and FAQ or call our office at 510.644.2204. More information about Epic Arts Studios is available here.
Epic Art’s in-house production team is available for hire to produce large and small scale events or festivals. Examples of our services include event planning, project management, technical services, marketing, promotion and full onsite production for your event. Events we have produced or co-produced include "How Berkeley!?", The ArtSFest Spectra Ball, The Edwardian Ball, The Bright River, Burning Man, Burning Man Decompression, ArtCar Fest, Portfest at The Port of Oakland, and many others. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete info and rental request form for our 16'x24'x42" festival stage can be found here www.epicarts.org/stage
Epic Arts provides strategic planning, marketing and development support for events, organizations, arts related business, and commercial enterprises that have the potential to positively impact community and/or the cultural landscape. Rates vary depending on the project and scope. For more information email email@example.com with a brief description of the project and goals.
Epic Arts has an extensive network and directory of high-quality, professional creative services, performers and artists. We can refer you to almost any creative service you need - performance, puppets, costumes, graphic design, organizational planning, catering for events, green business development - the possibilities are endless. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fiscal sponsorship is a contractual relationship between Epic Arts and a project that is not already part of a 501(c)3 non-profit. This relationship enables the project or artist to receive tax deductible donations and/or apply for grants requiring the designation. For a complete listing of current Fiscal Sponsorship projects visit our Programs and Projects page. For more information on applying for possible fiscal sponsorship go to our fiscal sponsorship information page.
The Ashby Arts District - A partnership between eight non-profit organizations and various local businesses in the South Berkeley/North Oakland area. Read about the participating groups here at www.ashbyartsdistrict.org
The Crucible - an arts education center that fosters the collaboration of art, industry and community www.thecrucible.org
CELLspace - CELLspace's mission is to provide a safe and supportive public environment for the exploration of art, education, performance and community building. Through cooperative relationships and multidisciplinary programs, CELLspace encourages the celebration of intergenerational, cross-cultural collaborations and the promotion of social justice. www.cellspace.org
ArtSFest - As a unifying non-profit organization in the San Francisco Bay Area, ArtSFest engages and connects people in the arts, business, media, non-profit, government and the public sectors by presenting and promoting art events and services that inspire cooperation, creativity, commerce and a culturally vibrant community. www.artsfestsf.org
Rosin Coven - Eight musicians blend violin, two cellos, bass, guitar, harp, vibraphone, trombone, drums & lush vocal harmonies in a strangely beautiful mix of classical, jazz, chamber, tango, klezmer, sultry lounge, theatrical cabaret, and cinematic dreams. www.rosincoven.com