Oakland First Fridays Is Happening March 3

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Join Oakland’s favorite artists, crafters, musicians, and artisan food vendors to celebrate and honor the herstory, the struggles, and the many achievements made by women all over.

On the first Friday of every month, Oakland First Fridays hosts an evening art walk featuring over 40 galleries and venues.

Member galleries are collectively open from 6 to 9 PM. And the festival along Telegraph Avenue features food and music (between Grand and 27th Street).

You can find a map of the event here, and information about special events on this page.

Highlights Include
“Say It Loud” A Fashion Show by Mario B Productions. The show features looks inspired by the love and glamor of retro 70’s fashion, with models strutting down the catwalk in styles inspired by the African-American Ballroom scene.

Featured Vendors Include
The Alipato Project selling Radical Feminist Coloring Books. 100% of the proceeds go directly toward providing free legal aid to resisters of domestic violence. Maya-Women’s Cooperative Ut’z Bat’z, a guatemalan cooperative that creates handmade products using weaving styles unique to Chichicastenango, Guatemala. Yema Clothing makes cute, comfortable and sexy looking athletic wear.


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