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Lisa Reihana: Digital Image: Pieta, 2020
Sebastián Calfuqueo and Natalia Brizuela
Shimon Attie: Night Watch (Norris with Liberty), 2018. Photo: More Art.
Judith Butler and Mel Y. Chen
Bay Area dance companies Kinetech Arts and Smith/Wymore Disappearing Acts discuss their experience working at the intersection of dance and technology.
Join two socially minded visual artists as they continue their examination of public art commissions, artwork removal, and the impact of such activities on local communities.
This event has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologize for any inconveniences this may have caused.
Costume and fashion designer Asa Benally explores the process of designing an Indigenized space within the American theater.
Courtney Desiree Morris, Jacqueline Francis, and Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle explore the labor of Black feminist artists in creating beyond the constraints of heteronormative white supremacy.
The multimedia artist Shimon Attie discusses his work addressing important sociopolitical issues of our time, including <em>Night Watch</em>, on view on BAMPFA's Outdoor Sceen.
Sebastián Calfuqueo and Natalia Brizuela explore the differences between the Indigenous world and Western culture through their works.
This event will be in Spanish with English interpretation available through the Zoom interpretation feature.
UC Berkeley professors Judith Butler and Mel Y. Chen discuss shifting challenges for women and racialized queer, trans, and disabled communities; queer and crip time; differing valuations of productivity; and the transformations of regimes and cultures of care in the pandemic.
Reihana Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tūteauru and Ngati Hine creates through a pioneering practice combining photography, video, and installation.