Help spread the word

Hack the Gallery is a newborn Hackerspace located at North Berkeley’s Open Fine Art Gallery.

We promote creative and collaborative community projects, free meetups and events, and we need your help to make this a truely active community space for and by the community.

Please spread the word, let the people in the Berkeley Area know about the place and the free classes, the opportunities to host Meetups for free and host community events.

Also Patrick is running a Kickstarter to support the space and its projects. Become a Co-founder of Hack the Gallery by supporting the campeign.

Hack the Gallery Inauguration Party / Fundraiser

Hack the Gallery Inauguration

On Friday March 22nd we celebrated the transition to a Hackerspace and Open Community Space with the Inauguration of Hack the Gallery. We had really inspiring speakers, awesome vegan food and ice cream from Ray Ice Cream Man from Atomic Ice Cream, Masahiro Kahata demonstrated his Open Hardware Brain Interface. Here is a Message from Jane Finette from Community Hacks who joined us virtually that evening. Thank you so much Jane for your wonderful message.

Nobu Funaki talking about SFESL, the meetu he created with now more than 1000 members and just expanding from San Francisco to the East Bay

Nobu Funaki talking about SFESL, the Meetup he created with now more than 1000 members and just expanding from San Francisco to the East Bay

Anca Mosiou aka the glue that holds the East Bay tech scene together gave an awesome speech on the business of tech spaces while checking out the LED lighting on the 45 feet high ceiling

Anca Mosiou aka the glue that holds the East Bay tech scene together gave an awesome speech on the business of tech spaces while checking out the LED lighting on the 45 feet high ceiling