The video program begins with a new work providing commentary on the devastating effect of police misconduct, health disparities and gun violence on Black communities.
“You have lived the same horror,” said Flanagan, who is appearing in a live program with the Bay Area Book Festival this evening.
The film focuses on the Cal Bearettes, the first majorette-style dance team in the University of California system.
The performances are part of a collaboration with the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.
San Francisco Chronicle film critic Mick LaSalle leads viewers through a virtual journey into the mythology of California and its depiction in film.
Plus: View two sculpture shows, and understand your relationship with motherhood.
This week, watch a contemporary adaptation of The Seagull, attend the Bay Area Book Festival, and sip and sketch with an artist-engineer.
This week: Celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day with a week of fun activities about green living and more.
This week, learn about police reform; buy plants from a garden club; read a novel about the 1906 quake; get to know flowers and their pollinator friends; or watch ‘The Waste Land.’
This week, celebrate South and South East Asian cultures; listen to a Bay Area musical showcase; go on a virtual butterfly walk; learn how to save the news; and feel the spirit with the Shotgun Players.
Stand in solidarity with the Asian community; remember the Holocaust; view a mural honoring South Berkeley; join a LGBT+ book club; and join a five-parks scavenger hunt.
This week, hear from the African American Quilt Guild of Oakland; shop edible plants; listen to rad women composers; watch filmmaker Steve McQueen talk about his work; and more.
Here are our suggestions for what to do in the next few days. All involve listening to stories and being inspired to tell yours.
This week, to celebrate Women’s History Month, we’ve curated a series of online events that pay tribute to amazing women.
The Berkeley artist says creating his vibrant, intricate public murals helped him get to know the city. The pandemic has brought new purpose to his work.
This week, support your local library; learn about the ethics of journalism; read Dan Rather’s graphic novel; listen to poetry; and look to the past.