Arts & Entertainment: Generations of art in Berkeley

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Here is a collection of features highlighting the voices of different Berkeley community members involved in the arts: a UC Berkeley alumna, a faculty member and a student.

UC Berkeley alumna Sabine Mackey discusses calendars, co-ops and her creative process

Mackey had recently returned from a trip to New York, where she visited the Manhattan offices of Guinness World Records in an attempt to register her 23 years of calendars as a new world record.

— Camryn Bell


No, that statue in Doe Library isn’t Einstein: A tour of the Mark Twain Project

The project, founded in 1963, houses the Mark Twain Papers, an extensive collection of the private manuscripts, sketches, essays, poems, notes, photographs and letters of the man behind the pseudonym, Samuel Clemens, as well as first editions of Clemens’ works as Twain.

— Caroline Smith


UC Berkeley student musician Grey Davies speaks on the soul of Bay Area music scene

Warwick-Clark talks about the Bay Area music scene in a visceral way that reveals her intimate respect and awareness of other musicians working in the same underground as her.

— Alex Jiménez