The new A Building is now open for classes such as Jazz Band and video production. The revamped Berkeley Community Theater will open later this year.
An interview with playwright Dave Malloy and Shotgun Players’ co-director Patrick Dooley. The sung-through musical premieres Saturday at the Shotgun Players’ Ashby Stage Theater.
A short film by violinists Irene Sazer and Kate Stenberg combines scenes of animals in the wild with commentary from researchers and activists. The duo will perform the film’s score live Tuesday in Berkeley.
The Berkeley art museum is celebrating Knowles’ playful, experimental practice with a career-spanning exhibition on view through February.
A friend of Willem De Kooning who aimed to shock the bourgeoisie, McChesney made sculptures that grace many private and public spaces, such as Berkeley’s Becky Temko Tot Lot.
Organizers of the ‘Echoes of Defiance’ exhibition at Fourth Street Fine Art say it’s the first time student photos of the 2019 street protests have been shown overseas.
The Berkeley artist was asked to sort through the museum’s holdings for a new show. She sought a way to hang erasure on the walls.
The Asian Cultural Festival drew dancers and musicians to Downtown Berkeley Saturday.
Andrea Scharff’s Art & Lit Gallery, opened in April 2021, rotates its selection every few weeks, showing miniature photographs, hand drawings, a Frida Kahlo exhibit and more.
“Suspended Matter,” a Berkeley Art Center group show on view through Jan. 15, explores notions of being adrift and afloat.
Berkeley has given artists and performers $200,000 in grants to create public displays that will enliven the city’s spirits.
Christina Yang returns to the city, where she found her love for the arts as an intern at the museum in the ’80s.