OAKLAND -- The Oakland School for the Arts, founded by former Mayor Jerry Brown, will celebrate a decade of educating young artists on Thursday at the Fox Theatre.
The celebration will include the induction of Brown, developer Phil Tagami and several others into the new Oakland School of the Arts Hall of Fame for the roles they played in helping the charter school thrive.
The anniversary gala also will feature art and performances by the school's dancers, actors, filmmakers, artists, circus performers, writers, vocalists and musicians. Featured will be a special theatrical spectacular directed by Michael Sturtz.
Admission to the celebration is $10 and tickets can be purchased online at www.oakarts.org.
The celebration begins at 6:45 p.m. at the Fox Theater Oakland, 1807 Telegraph Ave., Oakland