UC Berkeley’s associate vice chancellor of arts and design joins Cal faculty to discuss the Arts + Design Initiative and reflect on the concept of assembly.
The author of the bestselling book Strangers in Their Own Land talks about theater and community with actor and researcher Ben Russell.
Foer, a staff writer for The Atlantic, exposes the dark underpinnings of our most idealistic dreams for technology. UC Berkeley professor Nicholas de Monchaux joins him in conversation.
Artist and activist Tania Bruguera discusses the concept of Arte Útil, or “useful art.”
Drew, an influential blogger and the social media manager for The Met, discusses curation, social media, race, and institutions.
Artist, activist, and cultural critic Cirio discusses how socially engaged Internet art can maximize both social and artistic efficacy.
Keltner, a UC Berkeley professor and codirector of the Greater Good Science Center, talks about art and empathy.
The acclaimed designer, educator, and author talks about the pervasive influence of design in contemporary life.
The University of Chicago’s deputy provost for the arts excavates the deep philosophical history of assemblage.
The two artists of Bull.Miletic consider the visual paradigm of aerial imaging technologies including satellites and drones.
Professors from UC Berkeley’s J-School showcase examples of outstanding visual storytelling by students.
Award-winning artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien returns to BAMPFA for this talk.