Do you want cool things to happen in the neighborhood?
Commotion West Berkeley crowd-funds exciting projects like murals, community gardens, parklets, public art,
pop-up events, etc.
Pay into the fund (in monthly installments) and you’ll be invited to the private events where we'll decide which projects get funded. Or propose a project and perhaps we'll help you bring it to fruition.
Sound like fun? It won’t happen unless you step up.
Together we can be a force for community engagement.
One Future Arts Alliance is a non-profit 501c3 organization, tax ID no. 88-3057601.
Donations are tax deductible.
We are a group of enthusiasts for our community.
We want to see things happen and we are willing to pay it forward to get things started. We support projects that foster community, pride of place, buzz, excitement, fun, quirkiness, and design. We’d like to see more of that in our neighborhood.
Lawrence Grown, Metro Lighting
Christa Rybczynski, Metro Lighting
Julie McCray, SHOH Gallery
Jill McCoy, Visual Jill
Joe Cordes, AutoMate Scientific
Noll & Tam Architects
Scott McGlashan, McGlashan Architecture
Emily Morgan, Ashby Lumber
Todd Jersey Architecture
Anni Tilt, Arkin Tilt Architects
Laura Leaverton, Berkeley arts enthusiast
Brian Rocha, Ashby Lumber
Matthew Wadlund, Wadlund+ Design Studio
Other contributors include: Jim Guthrie: Hub+Weber Architects, Sean Kenmore: Affinity Capital Advisors,
Reyna Bernstein, Diana Jensen, Rebecca Herman, Felipe Fernandez, Peter Fisher, and Cora Barnes.