Many of you joined us during his stay, whether it was helping us frame the residency during our Re-Broadcast of the Creative Time Summit; through studio visits or on travels to a variety of sites throughout the Bay Area in San Francisco, the Headlands, the Richmond Greenway, Oakland’s International Boulevard, or the San Pablo Corridor in Oakland. Many of you attended public programs, salons, receptions, and symposia where we all thought deeply about the parameters and sustainability of social and community engaged work.
This residency would not have been possible without the support of the Berkeley Regents Lecture Program and the support of Reid Hoffman and Michelle Yee, in addition to the Global Urban Humanities Initiative, College of Environmental Design, and the Department of Art Practice.
We would also like to thank our many partners and co-sponsors who helped us to pull off this mini-residency. The Arts and Technology Lecture Series, including the Berkeley Center for New Media (Professor’s Ken Goldberg and Greg Niemeyer with Lara Wolfe); The David Brower Center (Laurie Brown and Jackie Hasa); UC Berkeley Professor Stephanie Syjuco and her ART163 Social Practice class; California College for the Arts and Creative Time; Toody Maher, Executive Director of Pogo Park and Michele Seville, Arts & Culture Manager, City of Richmond; Jen Loy; UC Berkeley Department of Art Practice (Department Chair Hertha D. Sweet Wong, Farley Gwazda, and Leslie Dreyer, Michael Berens, Jingyi Zhu, Hil Goldberg); Assistant Professor, Angela Marino, TDPS; Professor of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning and Urban Design Walter J. Hood along with the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC); Professor C. Greig Crysler, Arcus Chair Of Gender, Sexuality & The Built Environment & Associate Professor of Architecture along with Anna Goodman, Ph.D Candidate in the History and Theory of Architecture; Tere Romo and the San Francisco Foundation; Associate Professor Nikki Jones and her Criminal Justice and the Community class; artist Binta Ayofemi; Susan Moffat and the Global Urban Humanities Initiative; Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive including Sherry Goodman, Aimee Chang, and Dennis Love; Dean Jennifer Wolch and the College of Environmental Design; Patricia Maloney of Art Practical; Special thanks to artist Amanda Eicher and OPENrestaurant and Aurora Catering. In addition to the above individuals, we want to give a huge shout-out of thanks to our crew of committed student helpers: Lyndsey Ogle, Megan Hoetger, Evan Bissell, Xandra Klotz, Sara Kimberlin, Kate Mascany, Kim Richards, Randi Evans, and especially Nick Randhawa.