San Francisco Bay Month of Photography
In accordance with the Order of the Health Officer of the City of Berkeley to cancel non-essential group events, to facilitate social distancing, and slow the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), ACCI Gallery will temporarily close beginning today, March 16th until further notice.
Our workshop, Chain, Chain, Chain, Crochet with Mirto scheduled for Saturday, March 21st was cancelled. All upcoming events are postponed until further notice, including Waste Not Want Not: The Redemption of Trash and our Spring Garage Sale.
As we continue to monitor developments and regularly assess this temporary closure; the health and safety of our members, staff and collectors is our highest priority. We will be sharing important updates via email and on our social media accounts.
For more information about the latest COVID-19 guidelines, please visit the World Health Organization (WHO), Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Alameda County Public Health Department and City of Berkeley Public Health websites.
We also encourage everyone to follow these guidelines to reduce their risk of getting sick and prevent the spread of the virus to others:
We are very grateful to our wonderful ACCI community and wish you all health and safety during these difficult and uncertain times.
Be safe, be well and Make Art!
Sincerely, ACCI Board of Directors
Spinning a yarn. Weaving strands of story together with fiber has its beginnings in mythology, ancient history and literature.
There’s a tragic story from Ovid’s metamorphosis about two sisters. One, rendered unable to speak, weaves a garment for her sister in which she depicts her tragic tale. The perpetrator takes the garment to the other sister unaware that this is not just a piece of clothing but a message containing a story. Evil doings are discovered and justice is delivered.
We invite you to enjoy this unique exhibition of fiber art: 23 pieces which are not only visually beautiful and technically sound, but carry on the tradition of narratives that are poignant and powerful.
Opening Reception: Sat. March 7, 6-8pm
Gallery hours on Friday, February 14: 11am-6pm
What's more romantic than art with hearts and flowers for Valentine's Day? ACCI will be open late this evening for your Valentine's pleasure. Have a glass of wine and get 10% off any gallery purchases from 6-8pm!
ACCI Gallery is hosting the Closing Reception for Berkeley Restaurant Week in collaboration with KDFC, Visit Berkeley, and our wonderful neighbors at Agrodolce Osteria tomorrow, January 31st from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Agrodolce will be serving 3 types of bruschetta and pouring a delicious Sicilian red for our guests. A lucky KDFC winner will be presented with a $75 gift card to ACCI and a signed copy of ACCI artist Carolyn Tillie’s book, A Feast For the Eyes.
In addition to the food and festivities, don't miss Dessert First, a mini-exhibition of Jeff Nebeker's ceramic sweets, and an encore presentation of Arm Candy curated by Carolyn Tillie. Carolyn will be signing copies of her book for guests, as well as a trunk show of her delightful miniature food jewelry.
At the Closing Reception, ACCI will be offering 10% off any purchase at the gallery that evening, and 4 more $20 gift certificates to Agrodolce Osteria will be raffled off to those in attendance. With the restaurant only steps away, guests are invited to dine at Agrodolce to celebrate the last night of Berkeley Restaurant Week, ending this delicious food-filled campaign on a high note!
Join us for a 10-day food-filled event showcasing all the culinary prowess Berkeley has to offer!
ACCI Gallery is proud to be hosting a Closing Reception for the event in conjunction with Agrodolce Osteria and KDFC. The marvelous Carolyn Tillie will offer a signed copy of her book of “A Feast for the Eyes," ACCI will provide a $75 gift card to the gallery, and two $30 gift cards to Agrodolce will make up the prize package.
Light bites and libations will be provided at the Closing Reception by Agrodolce (located right next door to the gallery, giving guests the opportunity to stop by after the Reception to have dinner.
Stay tuned for more details to whet your appetite for Berkeley Restaurant Week!
Carolyn Tillie's wonderful book, A Feast for the Eyes (which made its debut in Arm Candy, the show she curated last summer at ACCI) is at the top of Artnet News' Top 12 of the Best New books about Art list for 2019! Such a well deserved honor. Congratulations, Carrie!
Pick up a copy of Carrie's book right here at ACCI Gallery or order from our online shop!
And be sure to check out the rest of Artnet News' top 12 Art Books on Art...there's quite a literary feast to be had!
Saturday, December 14: 6-8pm
Celebrate the holiday season and enjoy some holiday music, refreshments, and a glass of wine or hot cider with us! Enjoy extended shopping hours, meet the ACCI Staff, Member Artists, and the work of our special guest holiday artists: