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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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“This Place,” curated by Maria Porges, is a charming endeavor presented by the Berkeley Art Center to capture the local colors of the Bay Area.
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“This Place,” curated by Maria Porges, is a charming endeavor presented by the Berkeley Art Center to capture the local colors of the Bay Area.
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The writer of “Dictee,” Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (1951-1982), is also the artist who created the exhibit around the book’s 10 thematic sections.
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The writer of “Dictee,” Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (1951-1982), is also the artist who created the exhibit around the book’s 10 thematic sections.
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Alison Pebworth and Hannah Ireland aim to explore the handshake and its unique function as a ubiquitous form of manual introduction.
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Alison Pebworth and Hannah Ireland aim to explore the handshake and its unique function as a ubiquitous form of manual introduction.
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Sussman’s new work features the words “peace” and “joy” painted over an assorted background of black, green, blue and orange.
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Sussman’s new work features the words “peace” and “joy” painted over an assorted background of black, green, blue and orange.
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These young talents show much potential on stage, especially in their acting and dancing. Their singing, however, proved to be less than impressive.
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These young talents show much potential on stage, especially in their acting and dancing. Their singing, however, proved to be less than impressive.
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The exhibit is a fluid and interactive space, where each section in the exhibit is distinct yet connected.
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The exhibit is a fluid and interactive space, where each section in the exhibit is distinct yet connected.
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“People suffered for leaving, but they also suffered for staying,” Lee said. “The Chinese Exclusion Act was the lack of hospitality that the U.S. showed to people that they didn’t have the right to be reborn geographically.”
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“People suffered for leaving, but they also suffered for staying,” Lee said. “The Chinese Exclusion Act was the lack of hospitality that the U.S. showed to people that they didn’t have the right to be reborn geographically.”
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“Women” reminds us, however, that photographs of the same subject can have different implications depending on the person behind the lens.
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“Women” reminds us, however, that photographs of the same subject can have different implications depending on the person behind the lens.
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