This workshop series covers a brief history of animation, the creation of flipbooks, Zoetropes, and other precursors of film animation, techniques of traditional film stop-motion animation and 2-D computer animation. Followed by a hands-on workshop.
With art-making, food trucks, the renowned Thing-a-ma-jigs ensemble, a student film festival in the Berkeley City College auditorium, as well as shorts and a feature curated by PFA. Bring your own seating. On Center Street in downtown Berkeley.
OMCA Curator of Photography Drew Johnson and Oakland East Bay Symphony Conductor Michael Morgan discuss the work of composer Dave Brubeck and photographer Ansel Adams. Followed by a performance featuring the Oakland East Bay Symphony quintet.
The Mills College MFA thesis exhibtion, featuring work by Evan Barbour, Claire Colette, Lauren Douglas, Keegan Luttrell, Nadja Miller, Barbara Obata, Meri Page, Simon Pyle, Jenny Sharaf, Kate Short, and Katy Warner.
Museums Wednesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through May 26
The third and final rotation of Himalayan Pilgrimage explores the theme of Sacred Space with a pair of large mandala paintings and depictions of historic Tibetan teachers.
$10, free for UC Berkeley students