Study the Arts & Humanities at Berkeley
Across 19 departments and 14 research units, more than 250 faculty members study every dimension of the human experience from the ancient past to the anticipated future; they work in 80 different languages and include award-winning poets and novelists as well as practicing artists in music, theater, dance, and the visual arts.
In rare form: Student-curated exhibit at UC Berkeley Library tells story of artists who used Arabic alphabet as elements in postcolonial art
Art history students at UC Berkeley are putting their semester-long learning on display this week with Letters | الحروف: How Artists Reimagined Language in the Age of Decolonization — a thought-provoking exhibit opening March 13 in Doe Library’s...Read more about In rare form: Student-curated exhibit at UC Berkeley Library tells story of artists who used Arabic alphabet as elements in postcolonial art
A Q&A with Current Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows
Artist Eniola Fakile asks: What if a hamburger had feelings?
Eniola Fakile’s creations live in another world.
Fakile is a photographer. A performance artist. A filmmaker. A sculptor. A costume designer. She works in textiles, ready-made objects and assemblage. She’s not constrained by what has been or should be. Instead, she expands...Read more about Artist Eniola Fakile asks: What if a hamburger had feelings?
Featured Divisional Events
Creative Careers Mixer | This April
Learn about creative career paths from industry professionals at the annual Creative Career Mixer! This fun networking mixer will give students an opportunity to have exploratory conversations with professionals in creative fields including public art, museums & galleries, creative writing, theater & dance, media, tech, and more!