.Visual Art

Feb 6, 2024

Cauleen Smith’s Visual Jazz

Cauleen Smith is an award-winning multimedia artist and filmmaker whose work is being featured at Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive Feb. 8-11. A retrospective of her most notable short films—from a total of 20 since 1990—and a screening of her lone feature film, Drylongso, will be included...
Jun 17, 2020

Art of the Heal

May 1, 2019

High Time to Get to Sea

It is rare to walk out of an exhibit feeling stunned by what you've seen — even, or maybe especially, for serious art lovers. But that's not too strong a description of the experience of viewing Or,...
Mar 13, 2019

Your Image Here

Sitting In The Evening Sun.
Jan 2, 2019

First Friday Guide – A Guide to Art Murmur

STAFF PICK & The Others Last year, a group of friends got together and founded & The Others, a community-based art collective centered around creative growth and meaning. The group consists of Bay Area visual artists and photographers, including...
Dec 4, 2018

First Friday Guide – A Guide to Art Murmur

Continuity By meticulously focusing a flame’s tip on a specific corner to add shadows and create an illusion of depth, Shannon Hood takes her artistic vision to the next level. Hood, who has been drawing and painting since...
Oct 2, 2018

First Friday Guide – October Edition

“Irrigation Blanket” by Christy Kovacs Credits: Photo courtesy of Vessel Gallery STAFF PICK Utopia: Forecasting Our Future Vessel Gallery’s current exhibit takes a look at environmental preservation as artists explore the idea of utopia. In partnership with the...
Sep 5, 2018

First Friday Guide – September Edition

STAFF PICK Being Seen Barbara Kyne’s work acts as a vehicle for introspective questions that the mainstream media often misses. Her previous exhibits, A Crack in the World and By Fire, delved into modern ecological circumstances like global...
Aug 1, 2018

First Friday Guide – August Edition

STAFF PICK Concrete Utopia With San Francisco as her muse, Michigan native and sculptor Courtney Sennish has found a way to give meaning to bits and pieces of the city. In her online exhibit, found objects, Sennish collected random...
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