The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) is seeking a qualified PhD candidate from the History of Art Department or Rhetoric Department (contemporary art focus) to write the brochure text for The 46th Annual University of California, Berkeley Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition.
Open Engagement 2016 –– POWER will take place April 29 – May 1, 2016 at the Oakland Museum of California and additional sites throughout the Bay Area. As part of the ARC | Arts + Design partnership with the 2016 Open Engagement conference, we are looking for extraordinary CAL BERKELEY students to join Open Engagement’s Internship Program! Join the OE team as an […]
Financial assistance for students and student groups that seek to enhance the exposure of visual, performing, and creative art endeavors on campus.
Fall 2015 Application Submissions will be open from 09/14/2015 to 11/20/2015. Read more.
The challenge for this category is to develop an innovative art projects that meaningfully engage with issues of advocacy, justice, and community-building. The projects may use any art form—visual/conceptual art, photography, new media, video, dance, theater/performance art, music, creative writing, or other forms. Art must be central to the project, and the proposal must reflect […]
People make Berkeley Great: Students, Alumni and Faculty
Dr. Hart has recently been appointed Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of History of Art. Her lecture title will be announced later; save the date! 10/1/15, 3:30 PM 308A Doe Library For more information visit, http://arthistory.berkeley.edu/events/event/2754032-imogen-hart-assistant-adjunct-professor-of
Monologue by Guillermo Gómez Peña
September 4, 2015 at 7:00 PM
“From pirates to prospectors to physicists and from poets to pranksters to programmers, the Bay Area is a magnet for mavericks impatient to reinvent the world.” from A Century of Art and Technology in the Bay Area by Ken Goldberg
San Francisco: Looking Back as We Look Forward June 5, 2015 Join the de Young Museum and the Arts Research Center for four unique interventions around the museum, exploring the formal and social concerns of photographers who have made San Francisco their object of attention, focusing on Delaney’s exhibition and considering its connection to a […]