Arts Research Center

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Fall 2020 at the Arts Research CenterVisual ActivismAs we smell the colliding catastrophes in the air around us, I will resist rehearsing platitudes about what a challenging time this is. Instead, I invite you to engage with the artists and poets ARC is hosting this fall, all of whom work at the intersection of art and activism and all of whom inspire us, move us, and galvanize us. All of them use creative practices (including protest graphics, queer humor, innovative technology, and conceptual art) to further racial and economic justice.  Our upcoming event is on Tuesday, September 15 from 11:30-12:30pm PST, with artist and activist Favianna Rodriguez. Link here. George Floyd.Breonna Taylor.Ahmaud Arbery.Tony McDade. We say their names in order to express our horror and rage at the ongoing crisis of anti-Black police violence in this country and across the world. We call for the immediate demilitarization of the UC Berkeley campus, where the five of us lead academic research centers committed to anti-racist justice; this includes severing ties with police departments, ending contracts with private security companies, and changing cultures of “safety” so that the thriving, not the criminalization, of Black men, Black women, Black trans, and Black non-binary people is prioritized.UC Berkeley as an institution and as a collective of individuals must act to dismantle structures of racism and discrimination. We call on the administration to prioritize funding of the intellectual, cultural, and social labor of transforming the white, ableist and heteropatriarchal privilege that gives rise to the dehumanizing naturalization of physical, psychological, and socially systemic violence against people of color and other marginalized communities. We move in solidarity with the Black community on campus and nation-wide.Signed collectively,Julia Bryan-Wilson, Director, Arts Research CenterMel Y. Chen, Director, Center for the Study of Sexual CultureAbigail DeKosnik, Director, Berkeley Center for New MediaBeth Piatote, Interim Director, Center for Race and GenderLaura E. Pérez, Chair, Latinx Research CenterNow Online | In Terms of Performance, a keywords anthology for contemporary cultural practiceIn Terms of Performance is a keywords anthology designed to provoke discovery and generate shared literacies across disciplines. It features essays and interviews from more than 50 prominent artists, curators, presenters, and scholars who reflect on common yet contested terms in contemporary cultural practice.The publication is produced by The Pew Center for Arts Heritage, Philadelphia and the Arts Research Centerand is co-edited by Shannon Jackson, former director of the Arts Research Center, and Paula Marincola, executive director of the Pew Center. To read the free publication online, please see here. Subscribe to our Newsletter First Name Last Name Email Address: Leave this field empty if you're human: New and Noteworthy Collective Art Practice, Rehumanization, and Catharsis An Evening of Healing, Remembering, and Song ARC Fellows: To You: In the tradition of izibongo (south-african praise prose) ARC Fellows: inside calamity, calamity ARC Fellows: I cause my heart to pour out is how to say remember ARC Fellows: Poetry, Voice Violence Translation as Research with Ahmad Diab, Anneka Lenssen, and Kathy ZarurTranslationsLaura Belik on Translation as Research with Ahmad Diab, Anneka Lenssen, and Kathy Zarur on February 13, 2018The idea of translation can give a lot of room for interpretation. To translate ...Read more » Amateurism Across the Arts ConferenceAmateurism Across the Arts ConferenceLaura Belik on the Amateurism Across the Arts Conference on March 9, 2018“We are all experts in amateurism”, stated ARC Director Julia Bryan-Wilson during ...Read more » Mission The Arts Research Center at University of California, Berkeley is a think tank for the arts, a genuinely interdisciplinary space that brings people together--from across the university and beyond the university, from across the arts and beyond the arts--for unexpected conversations, collaborations, and community-building. Contact The Arts Research Center at UC Berkeley201 Dwinelle Annex, MC 1054Berkeley, CA 94720-1054ucb_arts@berkeley.edu 2020 Arts Research Center Designed by Themes Co Back to top

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