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Shannon Jackson, associate vice chancellor of art and design, presents alum and director Stan Lai with a Berkeley sweatshirt at a pre-opera event in the Dress Circle Lounge at the San Francisco Opera House. (UC Berkeley photo by Kyle Ludowitz)
When I joined the Oral History Center in 2002, we had just begun our collaboration with the National Park Service on the Rosie the Riveter / World War II Home Front Oral History Project.
Chilean musician and activist Victor Jara is remembered decades after his murder during the Pinochet coup. (Wikimedia Commons photo by Jaime Soto Ceura.)
She built a Twitter bot that breaks Jose Ortega y Gasset’s essay “The Dehumanization of Art” into 140 characters of babble and brilliance. She teaches classes with titles like “Electronic Literature: A Course on Critical Writing and Making.
These days, people are using 3D printing to produce everything from shoes to human organs. But while most of these objects are of a modest size, the Bay Area-based architect-design-artist team of Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello are thinking about 3D printing on a much larger scale.
According to Lust for Life, Irving Stone’s fictionalized biography of Vincent van Gogh, the artist “left only a tiny portion of the lobe” when he famously sliced off his ear. Other versions differ. Stone got that detail, it turns out, from Dr.
In what may be a record, five UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism professors, four lecturers and eighteen alums have been honored in the latest round of News & Documentary Emmy Award nominations.
Starting Wednesday, patrons of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive will get a chance to meet abolitionist, women’s rights activist, speaker, entrepreneur, runaway slave, and illiterate memoirist Sojourner Truth.
MacArthur today reinforced its commitment to strengthening U.S.
You know them as faculty members, school officials, researchers, co-workers and alums. But the people below are artists, too, and part of a campus community that’s rich in both celebrated and hidden artistic talent.
Juilliard School has been ranked the world’s best university for the study of performing arts, according to the sixth edition of the QS World University Rankings By Subject, released on TopUniversities.com.
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