Curation

This domain explores curatorial histories, experiments, vocabularies, values, and strategies of cross-art collaboration and social engagement in visual, theatrical, literary, musical, cinematic, design, architectural, and pedagogical forms and formats.

UC Berkeley student Ellis Newton talks DJing in the Bay Area

Name: Ellis Newton (Stage name Versâam)

Age: 22

Hometown: Long Beach, California –– a bustling LA County city that, despite its eclectic music scene, is not where Newton found his musical inspiration. The Bay Area inspired Newton to become serious about his music.

Goosebumps and godsends in Berkeley Rep's 'Angels in America'

Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s production of “Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes” opened Saturday, with a magnificent all-day run of its two parts, “Millennium Approaches”and “Perestroika.” The opening was at once joyous and life-affirming, a performance deeply committed to its own history.

“I decided the world needed more female serial killers,” murderer Josephine De’Ath (Mykaela Barnes) shrugs.

Students Share Art in Belmont Village Gallery Show

Some 15 pieces of art created by UC Berkeley students are on display until September in a new gallery at Belmont Village Senior Living in Albany.

Long distance duet tests how sound travels

 

With the hotly anticipated release of “Avengers: Infinity War” finally upon us, audiences worldwide are preparing to witness what promises to be Marvel’s most ambitious film yet.

Local female filmmakers pave path toward on-screen gender representation

The impact of the #MeToo movement on modern cinema is undeniable.

UC Berkeley student to take DACA documentary to Tribeca Film Festival

On September 5, 2017, President Donald Trump announced his decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. About the same time, Campus Movie Fest came to UC Berkeley and loaned students filming equipment for seven days.

Rosa Furneaux, a student in UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, is the 2018 winner of the Dorothea Lange Fellowship, an award given to a graduate student or faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding work in documentary photography and a creative plan for future work. 

Saturday’s tribute to legendary film composer and former Boston Pops Orchestra conductor John Williams wouldn’t have been complete without a rendition of the “Main Title” from “Star Wars.” You know the one: the triumphant march that accompanies the scrolling yellow text of every film in the main saga.