A free concert with performances by Mexican American performing arts organizations celebrates the Bay Area’s vibrant community of farmworkers.
A site-specific performance empowers dancers and electronic musicians to create an improvisational zone governed by collaboration and fluidity.
Alison O'Daniel presents this meta-film marvel from Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi in conjunction with her guest curated Screening Room program Hearing Aids.
A road movie soaked in music, culture, and history featuring Linda Ronstadt and Los Cenzontles.
Emerging and established filmmakers explore contemporary visions of America and concepts of transnational Blackness.
This exhibition of photography from the McEvoy Family Collection, on view within Lessons of the Hour, is organized chronologically from 1935 to 2015. This temporal
An immersive, meditative portrait of Frederick Douglass by British filmmaker and installation artist Isaac Julien.
This online conversation with Celeste-Marie Bernier, Judith Butler, and Isaac Julien, explores Douglass’ legacy and the influence of key historical figures
Filmmakers discuss contemporary visions of America and concepts of transnational Blackness as embodied in this collection of short and eclectic films.
Curator Leila Weefur and filmmakers discuss resonant themes and topics in New Labor Movements' final chapter, Creation/Emergence.
Isaac Julien’s Lessons of the Hour is explored as a pioneering artistic effort at the intersection of education, curatorial practice, and immersive installation.
The history of photography and its potential as a tool for racial justice guides this scholarly conversation between Deborah Willis and Isaac Julien.