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HARD WORDS: Memory and Death in the Wild West: Peter Rutledge Koch

Through Feb. 20
510-642-6000
An exhibition of Peter Koch's striking prints assembled from re-configured photographs, historical documents;manuscript journals and old newspaper engravings; accompanied by short legends by the artist, hand-set in antique lead and wood type. Free
Stephens Hall UC Berkeley, Berkeley (map)

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Birds Do It, Bees Do It: A Century of Sex (Mis)Education in the USA

Through Feb. 28, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
510-643-6139
Exhibition about the history of sex education. Free
Doe Library UC Berkeley campus, Berkeley (map)

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California: Captured on Canvas

Through March 6
This exhibit portrays California both as a vast landscape of mountains, ocean, and forests and as an intimate home for vastly different inhabitants. Scenes of Yosemite and the Gold Rush are displayed, along with more recent work such as colorful paintings by John Sackas of the Golden Gate Produce Market. Free
Bancroft Library UC Berkeley, Berkeley (map)

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Commemorating the Free Speech Movement 50th Anniversary

Through May 29
The exhibition revisits this pivotal student activist movement through photographs, letters, publications, handbills, and other materials housed in the University Archives and Bancroft manuscript collections. Free
Bancroft Library UC Berkeley, Berkeley (map)

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