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Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Exhibition Detail
The Possible
Curated by: David Wilson
2625 Durant Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94720-2250

January 29th, 2014 - May 25th, 2014
The Possible Opening Ceremeony  , The Possible Opening Ceremeony , 2014
© Photo: Peter Cavagnaro
The Possible Mail Correspondence, David Wilson, Kori GirardDavid Wilson, Kori Girard,
The Possible Mail Correspondence,
2013, mixed-media print invitation sent through U.S. Postal Service
© Courtesy of the artists
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East Bay
Please note that the BAM/PFA Galleries are closed from December 22, 2014 through 2015 as we move to our new building in downtown Berkeley, opening in early 2016.
installation, abstract, collaboration, experimental
$10 General Admission

The Possible is an experimental exhibition that reconceives the museum as a site for creative convergence. You will have the chance to be a part of this evolving exhibition by engaging directly with an exciting array of visiting artists.

As an open platform for shared creativity and the exploration of diverse artistic techniques, The Possible combines studio, classroom, library, gallery, and stage. A multisensory library provides context and inspiration, while the galleries are reconfigured as a series of workspaces: a ceramics studio, dye lab, print shop, and recording studio. Collaborating with one another and the public, a diverse range of guest artists will use these studios to create new work in a public forum. The finished works will filter into a gallery installation, building the exhibition over time. We hope to inspire a spirit of experimentation, improvisation, and play by providing opportunities for artists to go deeper into familiar mediums, experience new practices, and work collaboratively. The studios will function as classrooms during a series of Sunday open studio public workshops, and audiences will also be invited to participate in discussions, performances, and field trips during the course of the exhibition.

Come and help us explore what is possible!

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