The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s “MeditOceans” focus on breath, presence, non-judgment, and jellyfish.
Can site-specific dance and other forms of art help us more deeply grasp the reality of our changing shorelines?
See the California works from the most accomplished Chinese
painter of the 20th century
In his 1979 book The Tree, British novelist John Fowles characterizes nature as “an experience whose deepest value lies in the fact that it cannot be directly described by any art … including that of words.” Undeterred by the impossibility … Read more
In 1989 work began on the San Francisco Bay Trail, a planned 500-mile circumnavigation of the entire Bay, from San José to San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge to Napa and Martinez and back down the East Bay shoreline. … Read more
Rob Badger’s collection goes by the title “Beauty and the Beast”
Berkeley-based artist Tanja Geis explores the inherent value of nonhuman life.
Kevin White hopes we can re-think our relationship to fire.