The United States of Conspiracy
Pope.L: Notes on the Role of the Artist When the World has Always Been on Fire
Lawrence Lek: The Sinofuturist Trilogy: Sinofuturism (1839–2046 AD), Geomancer, and AIDOL
Geeta Anand joins journalists including UC Berkeley professors David Thigpen and David Barstow to discuss the realignment of national political priorities in the wake of the election.
Join Berkeley Arts + Design for another installment of this popular conversation series, featuring an array of leading artists, scholars, and experts—now online only!
The November 16 installment of this event series will be announced soon.
Composer Darcy James Argue, writer and director Isaac Butler, and film designer Peter Negrini discuss their work and the American fascination with conspiracy theories.
Interdisciplinary visual artists Kenyatta A. C. Hinkle and Lava Thomas discuss dismantling the hegemonic factors within public art selection, and who determines what is “monumental.”
Artist, filmmaker, and musician Lawrence Lek presents excerpts from his recent films and games, and discusses ideas theorized in his works.
Interdisciplinary artist, writer, and filmmaker Connie Zheng discusses the impacts and implications of propaganda, race, and climate change in contemporary society.
Sherin Guirguis discusses her work investigating the narratives and histories of people who have often been forgotten, marginalized, and/or erased.
The dean of UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design and Ford Foundation’s president discuss how arts and design relate to questions of equity and systemic racism.
Join a lively and timely panel discussion featuring scholars from the arts and law communities.
Performance artist and educator William Pope.L joins UC Berkeley assistant professor and artist Kenyatta A. C. Hinkle for a discussion of Pope.L’s recent work.
Join a diverse group of experts in discussing the Black experience at Berkeley—past, present, and future.