In this lecture series, some of the most innovative and incisive writers, artists, and scholars of our time consider what it means to curate today.
Three curators, all UC Berkeley alumni, explore the process of curating objects, new technologies, and public experiences.
Coleman talks about working with the Kramlich Collection, a major private collection of media, film, and video art.
The founders of Maker Faire share their evolving approach to curating experiences and communities, in conversation with the director of the UC Botanical Garden.
Watson, partner and creative director at Design IO, presents his work at the intersection of art and science and talks with Siegel, director of the UC Botanical Garden.
The executive director of Science Gallery International considers the creative collisions of art, culture, science, and design.
Herold, of UC Berkeley’s Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance, and Ball, a scenic and costume designer, discuss the process of adapting a work of literature to the stage.
Way, founder and artistic director of ODC/Dance, discusses her long-term role as a leading Bay Area dance curator.
MacKay, associate film curator at BAMPFA, discusses her experience as a film curator in a variety of contexts.
UC Berkeley’s associate vice chancellor for arts and design and the associate director of Cal Performances discuss issues of curation in the performing arts.
A dialogue about how museums and other arts organizations are responding to the call for participation in our current moment.
The director of the Worth Ryder Art Gallery at UC Berkeley talks about the gallery’s history and his curatorial process.
The BAMPFA curator discusses her methodology and process in developing and organizing the exhibition Charles Howard: A Margin of Chaos.
Independent curator, writer, and scholar Boas presents case studies from innovative contemporary curatorial efforts.