Lecture | March 11 | 1 p.m. | Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
From Peoples Park to Black Panther Oakland, the notion of liberated territories shaped counterculture politics and their radical geographies. Anthony Raynsford, Bonnie Ora Sherk, and Lisa Uddin explore this heritage and its relevance for contemporary social engagement. Moderated by Sean Burns.
Bonnie Ora Sherk is a New York- and San Francisco-based artist, planner, landscape architect, and educator, whose creative practice connects people of all ages to landscapes, ecosystems, and opportunities.
Lisa Uddin is an assistant professor of art history and visual culture studies at Whitman College.
Sean Burns is director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarships at UC Berkeley, and writes and teaches on social movement history.
Free for BAMPFA members, UC Berkeley students, faculty, staff, retirees; 18 & under + guardian | $10 Non-UC Berkeley students, 65+, disabled persons | $12 General admission Event is included with admission