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Activism

28 Apr, 2017 Special Events

Many-to-Many

Listening Session and Launch Party Read more

25 Apr, 2017 Commons Conversations

Digital Dissent

BCNM, in partnership with the School of Information and Graduate School of Journalism, turn to the particular role, and power, of digital tools to express and organize political dissent, and create greater institutional and political transparency! Read more

19 Apr, 2017 Special Events

Conveying Climate Change: New Media Art, Science, and Activism

with DJ Spooky Read more

17 Apr, 2017 Commons Conversations

Degrees of Visibility

with Ashley Hunt
co-director of the California Institute of the Arts' Photography and Media Program Read more

02 Mar, 2017 History and Theory

The Pirate Function

with Kavita Philip, Associate Professor of History  Read more

26 Nov, 2016 Special Events

"Local Code" Book Launch: a Conversation & Reading

with Nicholas de Monchaux Read more

09 Nov, 2016 ATC

Unnatural: People, Energy and Materials in Three Acts

Ronald Rael is an applied architectural researcher, author, design entrepreneur, and thought leader in the fields of additive manufacturing and earthen architecture Read more

01 Jul, 2015 Special Events

Manufacturing Transparency Call for Papers

The interdisciplinary conference is hosting a prize contest for best papers. Get writing! Read more

10 Feb, 2015 Special Events

Queering Agriculture: Food Security in the Nation's Capital and the Crises of Reproductive American Familism

by Bailey Kier, PhD candidate in American Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park Read more

18 Nov, 2014 Special Events

Free Speech Movement – 50 Years Later @ UC Berkeley: Student Activism and Peer Advocacy

Join a lively panel discussion about contemporary, unconventional and "uncivil" campus protest, freedom of expression and the often onerous disciplinary apparatus: Occupy Cal; Privatizing UC; Protests against John Yoo; Israel & Palestine on Campus; and many more.

Panel
Carmen Comsti & Neil Satterlund, Lawyers/UCB Campus Rights Project Alumni
Dan Siegel, Civil Rights Lawyer/former UCB Student Leader
Josh Wolf, Freelance Journalist/former UCB Student Conduct "Defendant"
Terry Gross, Constitutional Lawyer/Counsel for Photographer Arrested at UCB Demonstration
Yaman Salahi, Civil Rights Lawyer/UCB Alumnus
Steve Rosenbaum, UCB Law Lecturer/Lawyer/Faculty Advisor
Brian Barsky, UCB Professor, Computer Science & Vision Science

Co-Sponsors
Graduate Assembly
ASUC Student Advocate's Office
Law & Society Graduate Ass'n
American Constitution Society
Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice
Human Rights Committee
National Lawyers Guild
Restorative Justice Committee
Students for Economic & Environmental Justice
Data & Democracy Institute-Center for Info. Technology in the Interest of Society
Berkeley Center for New Media
UC Berkeley Faculty Association
Townsend Center for the Humanities Read more

10 Apr, 2014 Special Events

Student Research Presentations and New DE Welcome

Cutting edge research happening here at BCNM! Join us in celebration of these amazing grad students. Read more

02 Feb, 2012 Special Events

Transforming Community Through Pervasive Play

with Jeff Watson (USC) Read more

10 Oct, 2011 ATC

Fear and Fun: Performing the Human-Machine Interface

with Kal Spelletich, SF-based artist Read more

16 Mar, 2011 Special Events

Crossing Boundaries: News, Technology, & Audiences

Speakers from across UC Berkeley departments on social media and journalism. Read the distinguished roster in full here. Read more

09 Mar, 2011 Special Events

Stuart Candy, Arup

A lecture by Stuart Candy - aSenior Foresight and Innovation Specialist at Arup, Adjunct Professor at California College of the Arts, and Research Fellow of The Long Now Foundation Read more

16 Aug, 2017

Ron Rael Speaking on the Divided States of America at SPUR Oakland

Next Thursday evening, Rael will speak on a panel among academics, authors, and artists to discuss art and activism Read more

01 Aug, 2017

Announcing the 2017-2018 Season of the History and Theory of New Media Lecture Series

From software arts to self-tracking technologies, cybernetics to techno-ecologies, we are thrilled to introduce the speakers in this year's History and Theory of New Media program. Read more

01 Jun, 2017

Shannon Jackson on Arts & Public Service at SFMOMA

Jackson was part of a moderated discussion on the future of artistic engagement in public life. Read more

26 Apr, 2017

Revisited: "Digital Dissent" Read more

20 Apr, 2017

Revisited: "Conveying Climate Change"

Paul Miller, aka DJ Spooky, discussed how art can support science in advance of the Science March on Washington Read more

06 Apr, 2017

Grace Gipson at the National Council of Black Studies Read more

03 Feb, 2017

Engaged Courses: Critical Making Designs Protest Object

Eric Paulos challenged his Critical Making class (NWMEDIA 203) to create and present a novel protest object.  Read more

21 Mar, 2016

Revisited: "Critical Play"

A recap of Mary Flanagan's lecture, recapped by Kate Mattingly. Read more

14 May, 2015

Video Now Online: Jesse and Glenda Drew

Watch this amazing ATC lecture on activism and technology, right here! Read more

15 Apr, 2015

Revisited: Jesse and Glenda Drew

From their probing talk, "A Hack in the Odious Machine: Digital Organizing Tools for the Precariat," a part of the ATC series here at BCNM Read more

20 Jan, 2015

ATC Video Now Online: Rick Lowe

A recording of the community organizer's lecture, "Social and Community Engaged Work: The Genuine and the Artificial" Read more

08 Oct, 2014

ATC Revisited: Brett Cook

A lecture by the community artist and muralist earlier this month Read more

Spring 2017

Applications for summer 2017 are now closed

The Lyman Fellowship

Next deadline – October 1, 2017

Conference Grants

Applications for summer 2017 are now closed

The Lyman Fellowship

Next deadline – October 1, 2017

Conference Grants