The Shed

A maker's market and workshop

Discover your creativity

We're making a place to explore a variety of artistic media and unleash your inner artist. Soon, we'll have a marketplace where you'll be able to sell what extras you make.

A recent open studio - taking place while we're finishing construction!
A recent open studio - taking place while we're finishing construction!

Upcoming Events

Come visit us at The Shed every Sunday during Planting Justice's Farmers Market, New time starting July 14th 10am - 2pm. 5166 Sobrante Ave, at Valley View, on the street in front of The Shed!

Pop in, say hello, ask about upcoming classes and see samples of creative works from the classes and workshops.

About

The Shed and Triangle Works

The Shed is a place to share and learn, teach and take classes:

The Shed is a project of Triangle Works, a group of local residents working to bring community, creativity and resiliency to our El Sobrante/Richmond neighborhood. We welcome your participation in our planning and activities.

Triangle Works completed its first community mural painting project on Appian and Fran Way in the summer of 2023. Thank you to our collaborator El Sobrante artist Hayley Ferreira with Color by Kids; support from Planting Justice and the El Sobrante Chamber of Commerce; a "Love Your Block" mini grant from the City of Richmond Manager's Office, Economic Development and Community Services Department; and all of you who came out to paint! We look forward to more murals and other projects in the future!

Triangle Works is a project of A Community Center for El Sobrante (ACCES), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

The Shed houses a workshop/classroom space and a makers market for local artisans to display works for sale.

  • Drawing

  • Writing

  • Papercrafts

  • Basic tool use

  • Jewelry

  • Watercolors

  • Sewing

  • Presentations

  • Group Meetings

  • Woodcrafts:

    • Cutting Board

    • Spoon carving

    • Bench

    • Teen's first tool box

    • Boxes

    • Live edge slabs

Community mural on Fran Way at Appian Way