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Posted inEvents

The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

STREETS ALIVE BENEFIT FOR PUBLIC ART The very first Annual Streets Alive! Benefit for Public Art takes place on Friday, Nov. 15, 4pm-8:30pm at the Firehouse Art Collective in the Lorin District. Enjoy live music by Ghost Town Jenny and Eyes on the Shore, art, food, drinks, a silent auction — and meet your local artists, community supporters and friends! The goal, in […]

Posted inArts

Calling all artists: Chances to make your mark in Berkeley

John Knox (right), Executive Director of the Earth Island Institute, stands next to Ryan Kerrigan, the artist who created “Redwood,” the box sponsored by Earth Island. Photo: Deborah Zierten via Streets Alive! Two local organizations have put out separate calls seeking artists to participate in projects underway in collaboration with the city of Berkeley. One […]

Posted inArts, City

Vandals target artists’ work on Berkeley utility boxes

The “Redwood” artwork by artist Ryan Kerrigan was torn off this utility box at Allston and Shattuck The “Redwood” artwork by artist Ryan Kerrigan was torn off this utility box at Allston and Shattuck Two utility boxes in downtown Berkeley, decorated by artists as part of the city’s Streets Alive initiative, were vandalized over the weekend. One of the boxes, […]