Diya Patel was one of 92 artists of all ages whose work was chosen for the National Climate Assessment.
Other events include the 28th annual Watershed Environmental Poetry Festival and an airing of the Taylor Swift movie at Rialto Cinemas Elmwood.
Other events include a First Friday Block Party at Gilman District, a free community day at BAMPFA and a plant sale at the Botanic Garden at Tilden.
Berkeley’s arts commission decided the proposals for a $450,000 sculpture didn’t pass muster and vowed to develop a new plan for the project.
The renowned Russian-Jewish photographer Roman Vishniac’s poignant photos are on view at the Magnes Collection.
Jeanne O’Connor, a photography teacher at the West Berkeley Senior Center, and Hilda Robinson, who learned oil pastels from Joan Brown while attending Cal in her late 40s, are among the artists with work on view at the Shoh Gallery
Berkeley artist Amrita Singhal recently finished the mural — her first — on the side of the building that once housed Sam’s 58 Club.
West Berkeley’s newest art gallery wants to encourage artists to take risks. Its first exhibition, Working Craft, closes Saturday.
The city is soliciting input on a sculpture and a mural for the park through Aug. 4
The interdisciplinary presentation from artist Zekarias Thompson will also include photographs and a panel discussion.
Archana Horsting stepped down as Kala’s executive director in 2021 to spend more time in the studio. A 50-year survey of her work show closes July 7.
The city’s logo was taken from Romare Bearden’s chaotic, colorful 1970s collage depicting Berkeley’s civic strife, iconic symbols, messy diversity and striving for harmony.