For the second semester in a row, Berkeley Arts + Design awarded Creative Discovery Grants to Berkeley faculty seeking to develop new undergraduate courses or to enhance existing ones through creative, engaged, participatory learning techniques.
It’s not news that many U.S. schools are slashing funding for arts education, despite the fact that the arts are proven to boost critical thinking and increase test scores.
While we live in a physical world, our interactions are driven increasingly by digital means: Almost everyone is looking down at their phones or other devices.
Doris and Clarence Malo Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art, Julia Bryan-Wilson, has been awarded a 2019 fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
5/ 9/2019 Undergraduate Achievements Nada Hosking (BA 2014) Executive Director of Global Heritage Fund Gabriella Wellons (BA 2018) A paid summer internship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Graduate Pre-doctoral Fellowships/Awards J.G.
Ana Gonzalez-Pulido grew up with mariachi.
“This is the first semester that I really feel like an actor. And like a person within theater. I feel like I was a person who was all talk and no action for a lot of my life when it came to theater, acting, performing.
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Sabrina Klein is the the director or artistic literacy at Cal Performances. (UC Berkeley photo by Brittany Hosea-Small) In our great works of art is the best exploration of what it means to be a human being.
In the summer of 1996, Will Thomas and Dave Deacy were wading in the Columbia River in Kennewick, Washington, watching the annual hydroplane races. Thomas kicked something with his foot, bent down and pulled something up. It was a human skull.
It is my great pleasure to announce the appointment of Carnegie Hall’s Jeremy Geffen as the next executive and artistic director of Cal Performances. He will take the helm of our campus’s performing arts organization on April 1, 2019.
Chilean-born poet and artist Cecilia Vicuña's exhibition, co-curated by Prof. Julia Bryan-Wilson, opens July 11 at the Berkeley Art Museum, with a reading and book signing on July 8.
Prof. Julia Bryan-Wilson's recently published book Fray: Art and Textile Politics (U Chicago, 2017) was awarded the 2018 Robert Motherwell Book Prize from the Dedalus Foundation. The award comes with a $10,000 prize and honors an outstanding scholarly contribution to the history of modernism.
Why is UC Berkeley Assistant Professor Stephanie Syjuco sewing American historical garments — all of them bright green — at her Richmond Field Station art studio while researching Hollywood Civil War movies? She’s preparing an eye-catching, thought-provoking exhibit that opens in Novembe
The UC Berkeley Department of Art Practice is excited to announce that internationally recognized artist Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle will join its faculty as Assistant Professor of Painting in Fall 2018.
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