In 2015 Cal Performances launched Berkeley RADICAL – Research and Development Initiative in Creativity, Arts and Learning – a project to cultivate public artistic literacy, develop engaging programming for the arriving generation, and to digitally document and disseminate Cal Performances’ work.
BAM/PFA Director Lawrence Rinder will describe Architecture of Life, the inaugural exhibition at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive’s new downtown home.
Jackson recently became the first Associate Vice Chancellor of the Arts and Design at U.C. Berkeley, charged with connecting and fortifying the many departments, centers, presenting organizations, and labs devoted to the arts and design on our tremendously creative campus.
Experts largely agree that climate change is now firmly and scientifically established. It demands an immediate approach that transforms our energy system in ways that address socioeconomic, ethnic, and gender equity within the United States and beyond. Can this be done?
Delve into the rich world of gamelan, the traditional ensemble music of Bali and Java, and its significance to those who make and appreciate it. View this aesthetically complex and energetic music through its meaning and the ways it shapes and supports theater and other contexts.
Bold military commanders, incisive political philosophers, and spellbinding orators, America’s founders provided the creative genius necessary to forge a new Republic.