This theme considers the strengths and weakness of various definitions of “creativity” while investigating and framing Berkeley’s distinctive capacities to develop multi-modal research and learning environments that value diversity, public impact, and cross-disciplinary intelligences and practices.

Margaret Cho talks bringing Asian American comedy wave to Berkeley

Margaret Cho entered 2016 as a survivor.

Harvard art historian to speak on art in a time of crisis

What role does art play in society where freedom had been radically reduced? How much does creative expression matter during a state of siege?

Open Mic fosters evening of love, community through poetry, song

“A poet writes in her own language. A poet writes of her own people, her own history, her own vision, her own room, her own house … A poet is somebody free. A poet is someone at home.”

UC Berkeley’s department of theater, dance, and performance studies, or TDPS, puts on multiple productions throughout the year that showcase the immense talent within the department.

Waving the South African flag in Thursday's Google doodles – honouring female artists this international Women's Day – is Karabo Poppy Moletsane.

Born in Vereeniging and now based in Pretoria, she is an Afropolitan illustrator, a graphic designer, a brand ambassador for the Open Window Institute, and a self-professed historian.

For Eleanor Hammond, a freshman at UC Berkeley, a wealthy yet radical woman from 1916 sparked a years long project.

As Honji Wang climbs the body of her partner Sébastien Ramirez during the final few moments of the pair’s performance in “Borderline,” she does so using only her feet. Entirely parallel to the ground below her, she seems to float towards the sky in ethereal white silk.

At the Intersection of Art and Science: CRISPR-Cas9: A Ray of Light

Art and science come together seamlessly in the virtual photograph and digital PHSCologram sculpture, CRISPR-Cas9: A Ray of Light, 2017, displayed in the Innovative Genomics Institute lobby.

The Natural History Museum and the Future of Nature

Nowadays a very effective way of understanding and calling attention to some absurdities happening in our world is to address them with a hint of sarcasm. That is precisely the way the “Natural History Museum”, their project, was idealized.

Though “records” is in the name, Isaac Oh, co-founder of Golden Records, or GR, and a senior at UC Berkeley, recognizes GR as a company, professional organization, community and even a family, but rarely as a mere record label — and for a specific reason.