Orlando draws upon the themes of Virginia Woolf’s 1928 novel to celebrate openness, curiosity, and human possibility.
An international collection of short films on transformation and self-invention, inspired by Virginia Woolf’s Orlando.
Lynn Hershman Leeson’s genre-bending, bio-tech “documentary” starring Tilda Swinton forecasts uncanny similarities to society’s current moment.
Brontez Purnell explores Virginia Woolf’s Orlando in an immersive, multidisciplinary performance.
Photographer Paul Mpagi Sepuya and professor Julia Bryan-Wilson discuss the artist’s work in this online conversation co-presented by McEvoy Arts and UC Berkeley.
Oakland-based artist Brontez Purnell participates in a live, online event co-presented by McEvoy Arts and UC Berkeley.
A double-feature of two groundbreaking films starring Tilda Swinton by artist Lynn Hershman Leeson, in conjunction with the exhibition Orlando.
Artist Zackary Drucker and special guests honor the legacy of the late transgender rhythm and blues singer Jackie Shane.
An Orlando-inspired evening of performances and conversations on transformation and empowerment in the arts.
A rare 35mm screening of Sally Potter’s now-classic adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s pioneering novel.
"Michael Jang’s California" surveys the artist’s varied oeuvre through photographs, ephemera, and complementary works by Jang’s major influences.
This collection of underground films paints a highly-charged portrait of San Francisco during a unique period in the city’s filmmaking and cultural history.