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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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The immersive multimedia exhibition “Hella Feminist,” on display through January 2023, combines historical perspectives with contemporary art to tell stories of Bay Area feminists.
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The immersive multimedia exhibition “Hella Feminist,” on display through January 2023, combines historical perspectives with contemporary art to tell stories of Bay Area feminists.
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On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
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On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
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“I always think about watercolor as a very fickle mistress,” Tivona said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I always think about watercolor as a very fickle mistress,” Tivona said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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Mercury 20 Gallery’s dual solo show features the works of artists Andrea Brewster, titled “The Fragile Balance that Lies Beneath,” and Esperanza, titled “The Succulent Garden.”
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Mercury 20 Gallery’s dual solo show features the works of artists Andrea Brewster, titled “The Fragile Balance that Lies Beneath,” and Esperanza, titled “The Succulent Garden.”
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Bringing together two masters of abstractionist art, this fantastic exhibition is definitely unmissable for modern art maniacs.
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Bringing together two masters of abstractionist art, this fantastic exhibition is definitely unmissable for modern art maniacs.
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“(‘Rotationships’) is something I needed to do, to let out and express,” Kofie intimated. “And maybe it’s about me feeling like I'm a whole artist now."
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“(‘Rotationships’) is something I needed to do, to let out and express,” Kofie intimated. “And maybe it’s about me feeling like I'm a whole artist now."
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After experiencing tumultuous changes during the pandemic, Phillips’s exhibition offers an ideal place to see changes of the past and envision hopes of the future.
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After experiencing tumultuous changes during the pandemic, Phillips’s exhibition offers an ideal place to see changes of the past and envision hopes of the future.
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Last week, self-titled “San Francisco Resistance” groups held a weeklong “Resist-A-Thon” to “recruit, train, and mobilize activists and bring a blue wave to the 2018 midterm elections.”
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Last week, self-titled “San Francisco Resistance” groups held a weeklong “Resist-A-Thon” to “recruit, train, and mobilize activists and bring a blue wave to the 2018 midterm elections.”
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Within “COUNTRY HOUSE_,” artist and educator Amanda Curreri’s “feminist, queer response to the current American administration,” there is blood.
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Within “COUNTRY HOUSE_,” artist and educator Amanda Curreri’s “feminist, queer response to the current American administration,” there is blood.
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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.
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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.
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