Tag: Venues

The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life

The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life is one of the world's preeminent Jewish collections in a university setting, and provides highly innovative and accessible resources about the Jews in the Global Diaspora and the American West to both researchers and visitors.

Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies Season

The Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies Season includes performances, lectures, class showcases and more. This season you will discover ideas that challenge and inspire, performances that move the heart and provoke the mind, and experiences that touch the soul. Performances are held in Durham Studio Theater, Zellerbach Playhouse, Room 7, Z-Lab, and Bancroft Dance Studio. Visit the season's website for details. 

UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley

The 34-acre UC Botanical Garden is one of the most diverse landscapes in the world with over 10,000 types of plants, including many rare and endangered species. Organized geographically, the Garden features 9 regions of naturalistic plantings from around the world, including a major collection of California native plants. The Garden was established in 1890 and this living collection provides invaluable resources for international research and conservation, as well as a beautiful place of tranquility.

University Libraries

The UC Berkeley Library connects students and scholars to the world of information and ideas. With a daily commitment to excellence and innovation, the libraries select and create, organize and protect, provide and teach access to resources that are relevant to our campus programs and pursuits. The Library consists of twenty-three libraries and special collections. 

Valley Life Sciences Building

The Valley Life Sciences Building (VLSB) was 1 of 4 building projects (Life Sciences Building, Life Sciences Addition, Koshland Hall, North West Animal Facility) undertaken to revitalize the biological sciences on the UC Berkeley Campus. The VLSB was the most ambitious. It was constructed in 1930—considered to be state-of-the-art—and was completely gutted and reconstructed on the interior.

The reorganization eliminated 11 traditional departments, (Botany, Biochemistry, Genetics, Zoology...) forming 3 new departments: Integrative Biology, Molecular & Cell Biology, and Plant Biology.

Worth Ryder Art Gallery

The Worth Ryder Art Gallery presents thought-provoking exhibitions of contemporary art, gives students experience installing and sharing their artwork, and serves as the social and artistic hub of the Department of Art Practice.