Look at Me Hungry
curated by Mel Prest

April 13–May 25, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 13, 6pm–8pm

Featuring Kim Bennett, Arthur Huang, Xi Nan, Joyce Nojima, Sandra Ono and James Sansing


The works in this exhibition evolve from an obsessiveness and immersion in the process of making — something like hunger — while evoking the tension between being fully realized abstract “things” and pieces disintegrating into their many components. Crossing boundaries between painting, sculpture and installation, the artists in the show lay bare their creative processes through works that embody time and the presence of their hand.


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GLAS Animation Festival
Featuring Kim Laughton

March 21–24, 2019

Kim Laughton is a Shanghai-based digital artist specializing in new media. His work blurs the boundaries between tech demo, music video, experimental film and viral content — often exploiting cutting-edge imaging techniques to conjure feelings of nihilistic dystopia. Much of his work explores the notion of the uncanny valley, a computer animation concept describing the point at which an audience's empathy becomes revulsion while watching an animated character that is too realistic (but not realistic enough to feel like an actual human).


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Outside the Lines:
BUSD Young Artists Exhibition

March 1–March 16, 2019

Every two years, BAC celebrates and honors students in Berkeley elementary and middle schools with an exhibition of juried works selected by BUSD art teachers. In conjunction with Alameda County’s Art is Education Month, the show increases public awareness about and interest in the importance of art in our public schools.

Live music by the Berkeley High Jazz Program.


All That Glitters (HERE: Part 2)

Juried by Walter Maciel
January 26–February 16, 2019

Featuring works by Jennie Braman, Mary Burger, Dana DeKalb, Donna Fenstermaker, Shelley Gardner, Christine Meuris, Kimberly Rowe, Sally Smith, Simon Tran, Stephen Whisler and Rochelle Youk.