Mashrabiya: The Art of Looking Back
Using the architectural form mashrabiya as a visual trope, this exhibition shows art that complicates Western paradigms of viewing and representing Middle Eastern and Islamic culture. Through March 16.
More Than 2,300 Students Make Dean's List in College of Liberal & Creative Arts
Each student who made the list earned a grade-point average of 3.25 or higher last semester. Huzzah!
Michael Krasny: Let There Be Laughter
The longtime host of KQED-FM's Forum and English professor discusses his latest book, a study of Jewish humor that Ken Burns calls "side-splittingly hilarious." March 2.
'Art is Medicine for the Human Condition': Student Choreographers Dish Doses in Annual Concert
New works by Bridgette Lott, Andrea Ware, Kassidy Friend featured at University Dance Theatre: Epoch. March 2 - March 5.
Professor Peter Biella Revisits Tanzania 30 Years Later in Award-winning Documentary
"The film is a look at two ends of a 30-year divide," says Biella of his newest documentary, Changa Revisited.