Events - Alan Krakauer

Where can you find me and my work in person? I've set up this page to list upcoming events such as festivals, markets, or garden tours. If you'd like to discuss a partnership, art display, or vendor opportunity, please contact me!   


Photo credit: A. La Pointe

June 8-9, 2019. East Bay Open Studio Weekend 1

Local artist Linda Ruiz-Lozito has generously allowed me to join her open studio as part of this large organized art tour (along with a third artist Tai Yee). Come enjoy refreshments and check out our work!

June 15-16, 2019. East Bay Open Studio Weekend 2

Second week of this widespread event.  Local artist Linda Ruiz-Lozito has generously allowed me to join her open studio (along with Tai Yee). Come enjoy refreshments and check out our work!

July 6, 2019. East Richmond Heights Art and Music Festival

This is my neighborhood summer festival on Bernhard Ave between Kensington Ave and Cypress Ave. Last year there were I think 25 booths along with a mini steam train and several food trucks. We're right next to the Gyuto Foundation so you can check out the monastery if you didn't come for the Cherry Blossom festival.

Very excited for this event since the launch of Alan Krakauer Photography was last year at the 2018 ERH Festival. This year will be especially fun since my wife Lauri will have her own booth with her fantastic hand-made earrings.

I'll update this with more info once the website goes live.

Past Events

March 24, 2019. Kensington Farmers Market.

This will be my second time selling at the Kensington Farmers Market. Come by the booth and say Hi!

April 20, 2019. Garden Art and Native Plant Extravaganza, Point Richmond.

This event is part of the Bringing Back the Natives series, my first event with this important organization. Native plants typically require less water and support a greater diversity of insects and birds. Head to Watershed Nursery,  buy some plants for your yard, and pick up a card while you are there! A portion of the proceeds goes to Bringing Back the Natives.                                

April 27, 2019. Gyuto Foundation Cherry Blossom Spring Festival

Details now available! This world renown Buddhist foundation in East Richmond Heights is celebrating spring with a series of workshops and events, and as a thank you to the neighborhood, they are inviting local vendors too! Gyuto was an important partner in the East Richmond Heights Art and Music Festival, something near and dear to my heart not only for being an exuberant expression of neighborhood spirit in our small unincorporated neck of the woods but also for being the big launch of Alan Krakauer Photography. Very much looking forward to this festival for the gorgeous locale looking out over Wildcat Canyon and because my wife will be premiering her jewelry sales as well! Lauri has been crafting beautiful earrings as gifts for family and friends for years, and now wants to share her beautiful bead, button, lace, and Japanese washi paper designs with the world!              

10AM until 5PM

May 5, 2019. Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour, Moraga. (UPDATED)

This will be the second of two Bringing Back the Natives events for this spring. From 10AM - 5PM, I'll be at the garden of longtime participant Al and Barbara Kyte in Moraga. Along with my booth, there will be talks about the garden and about gardening for native bees. A portion of the proceeds from my sales will go to Bringing Back the Natives.

This is one of dozens of private gardens and nurseries opening their doors to promote the use of native plants.

Note that prior registration with Bringing Back the Natives is requested.  UPDATE: The Kyte garden is one of a select few accepting walk-in registrations!