Phoenix Commons Supports Bay Area Culture

With its location in Oakland’s Jingletown Art District, and right on Alameda’s doorstep, Phoenix Commons is a haven for lovers of art and culture. Even though the building is still months away from completion, the community is already making connections with local artists and institutions. One of these is Rhythmix Cultural Works, a nonprofit artist collective that hosts a wide variety of performances, classes and events, just a few hundred feet away from Phoenix Commons.

A few of our members recently attended a baroque flute concert at Rhythmix, with works by Boismortier and Haydn performed by five flutists of global fame. Not only were they able to listen to rare baroque flute pieces, they also spent some time with the musicians in a special meet-and-greet session before the concert  (see photos below). For the many art and music fans joining our community, it’s exciting to know that world-class cultural events will be available within a five minute walk from their new home!

Phoenix Commons is also supporting Alameda Theatre with a special marketing campaign featuring a 30-second video advertisement that will be shown in between all shows. If you’ve never been to the historic Alameda Theatre before, now’s a great time for a majestic cinema experience that will take you back to the 1930s!