Josiah Luis Alderete
Rachel Dickson on Hyun-Sook Song
Join New York Times art critic Roberta Smith and BAMPFA Director Emeritus Lawrence Rinder for a lively and searching conversation about the art of Rosie Lee Tompkins.
Meet multidisciplinary artist Rob Moss Wilson on Zoom to explore drawing techniques for feeling free, getting loose, and having fun. All ages welcome!
Artist Michele Pred presents a feminist digital art parade that combines recordings of two parades performed in New York and Oakland with live music, guest speakers, sing-alongs, and more.
Use fabric scraps and found materials to turn an ordinary face mask into a one-of-a-kind accessory in this Zoom workshop with artist Janie Radler.
Hear acclaimed New Delhi–based photographer Gauri Gill discuss the evolution of her practice and collaborative projects in this recorded talk.
A new dance work from inkBoat followed by a live interview and participatory exercise.
Edie Fake’s Little Strangers establishes the content and provides the title for a performance video by SKYNSUIT (Bashir Naim and Shamu Azizam).
Black Life host Ryanaustin Dennis speaks speaks with writer and thinker Akande X, whose work explores the intersection of blackness, comedy, the Internet, and politics.
Black Life host Ryanaustin Dennis speaks with Oakland-based musician, nightlife organizer, producer, and DJ MahaWam.
Grex presents "Blood" and "Moon Baby."
Bassist Lisa Mezzacappa and guitarist John Finkbeiner perform from New, Improved Recording in Oakland, California.
Theresa Wong and Ellen Fullman reveal their music recording process while sheltering in place at home.
Husband-and-wife duo Adam Theis and Shaina Evoniuk of Jazz Mafia perform from home.
Violist Charlton Lee and cellist Kathryn Bates of Del Sol Quartet perform from home, including two pieces composed during shelter-in-place.
Sunnylyn Thibodeaux reads “Notes from the Fire Escape.”
MK Chavez reads “The Great Mother.”
Tongo Eisen-Martin reads “I Do Not Know the Spelling of Money” and “The Chicago Prairie Fire.”
Maw Shein Win reads “Quiver, fern,” “Stranger,” “The Parlors,” and “The Soft Part of the Brain.”
Josiah Luis Alderete reads “somos . . .”
Michal “MJ” Jones reads “Gone” and “Unnamed.”
Raina León reads “For Aurélia on the 16th day of self-isolation, March 28, 2020.”
Delphine Sims, a PhD candidate in UC Berkeley’s History of Art Department, reflects on local photographer James Oliver Mitchell’s multivalent portrait of Beat-era poet Diane di Prima.
BAMPFA Student Committee Co-chair Saffron Sener looks at Hans Hofmann’s painting And out of the Caves the Night Threw a Handful of Pale Tumbling Pigeons in the Light through the lens of its title, a line from Rainer Maria Rilke’s Sonnets to Orpheus.
BAMPFA Curatorial Assistant Claire Frost discusses one of Eva Hesse’s intriguing Test Pieces in this recorded talk.
BAMPFA Media Relations Manager AJ Fox shares his very personal experience encountering the video installation Simulated Marin Tour.
Claire Ittner, a doctoral candidate in UC Berkeley's History of Art Department, explores Romare Bearden's collage Berkeley: A City and Its People.
BAMPFA Associate Director of Administration Rachael Dickson shares her responses to the painting Four Brushtrokes Over Figure by Hyun-Sook Song.
Recent UC Berkeley graduate Jamie Danis offers timely insights into Fred Wilson’s powerful and provocative artwork titled Wanderer (2003).
BAMPFA Collections Engagement Associate and Academic Liaison Lynne Kimura discusses a Chinese painting of the Bodhisattva Manjusri.
BAMPFA Director of Education and Academic Relations Sherry Goodman discusses Ad Reinhardt's all-black painting.