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ATC Revisited: Cheryl Haines

At “Creative Interventions and Social Activation” on November 3rd, Cheryl Haines discussed her collaboration with the artist and activist Ai Weiwei in curating and [...]

4 November, 2014

WikiWomen's Edit-a-thon

Building on the momentum gained from WikiWomen’s History Month, the Berkeley Center for New Media is hosting a WikiWomen’s edit-a-thon to encourage more women to [...]

18 March, 2014

Connect with BCNM's Naomi Bragin and Street Dance

Naomi Bragin might have become a concertmaster.  Raised in a Los Angeles household of opera music, violin practice, and no television, she was immersed in classical culture growing up. But it was dancing to electronic music that ultimately ignited Naomi’s passion, and once she experienced movement styles developed in the underground clubs of LA and New York in the 1990s, dance became her outlet for artistic expression. [...]

21 January, 2014

HTNM Revisited — Lisa Parks

An eye-opening lecture last Thursday evening, November 7th, from Professor Lisa Parks marked the third installment of our 2013-2014 History & Theory of New Media (HTNM) [...]

12 November, 2013

HTNM Blog — Eyal Weizman

Katherine Chandler (Ph.D. Candidate Rhetoric and Designated Emphasis in New Media) will be responding to the History & Theory of New Media Lectures this year. Look for [...]

6 November, 2013

HTNM Revisited: Eyal Weizman

On Monday, October 28, the Berkeley Center for New Media and the Human Rights Program co-hosted Eyal Weizman’s talk “Forensic Architecture.” Over one [...]

30 October, 2013

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