BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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If you’re in Berkeley this summer, it’s time to take advantage of everything the Bay Area has to offer — seize the opportunity to make some memories.
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If you’re in Berkeley this summer, it’s time to take advantage of everything the Bay Area has to offer — seize the opportunity to make some memories.
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Miki draws inspiration from Japanese folklore, and her mixed media pieces are also known for reflecting Shinto beliefs. Miki is not afraid to be experimental, and her art successfully pushes past the boundaries and limitations of a static frame.
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Miki draws inspiration from Japanese folklore, and her mixed media pieces are also known for reflecting Shinto beliefs. Miki is not afraid to be experimental, and her art successfully pushes past the boundaries and limitations of a static frame.
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I am writing to you from Paris, France. The weather is hot, and the jet lag is at large. But so is the bread and the cheese and the art.
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I am writing to you from Paris, France. The weather is hot, and the jet lag is at large. But so is the bread and the cheese and the art.
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Museumgoers were still perusing Lil B’s seemingly unspectacular exhibited collection when the indoor stage at BAMPFA was flooded with ominous techno music.
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Museumgoers were still perusing Lil B’s seemingly unspectacular exhibited collection when the indoor stage at BAMPFA was flooded with ominous techno music.
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Students were brought together by BAMFEST, which was hosted by the student committee of the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive.
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Students were brought together by BAMFEST, which was hosted by the student committee of the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive.
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“4.48 Psychosis,” based on a script by Sarah Kane, is one of the most vivid and gruesome theatrical depictions of inner pain ever performed.
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“4.48 Psychosis,” based on a script by Sarah Kane, is one of the most vivid and gruesome theatrical depictions of inner pain ever performed.
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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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The Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive’s new exhibit, “Way Bay,” is an exploration into the collective unconscious of the Bay Area.
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The Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive’s new exhibit, “Way Bay,” is an exploration into the collective unconscious of the Bay Area.
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