Our group is dedicated to the growth, improvement, and esteem of the UC Berkeley Department of Art Practice, and to sponsoring social and professional activities for our alumni. Anyone who studied at the Department of Art Practice as well as any Cal alumni who are working in or interested in the visual arts are welcome to join our group.
Aixaves, Eric Almanza, Dru Anderson, Miguel Arzabe, Caz Azevedo, Tara Baghdassarian, Lindsay Benedict, Michael Berens, Leo Bersamina, Priscilla Birge, László Bolender, Sara Bright, Cristina Cabrera, Eduardo Chaidez, Yuan Chen, Susan Cooper, Madelyn Covey, Mel Day, Louisa de Cossy, Louis DeLuco, Leslie Dreyer, John Edwards, Jose Figueroa, Aaron Gach, Tanja Geis, Annette Goodfriend, Lydia Greer, Harold Hare, Drew Ingersoll, Paul Kalbach, Damien Kardokas Johanson, Kathleen King, Jeff King, Carol Ladewig, Christine Lando, Stephen Laub, Lee Lavy, Ro, Lawrence, Adriana, Lemus, Grant Hao-Wei Lin, Chalda Maloff, Kara Maria, Susan Matthews, Joe McKay, Kay T Meyer, Noritaka Minami, Indira Martina Morre, Michelle Ott, Cleo Papanikolas, Stephanie Peek, Howard Penner, Sarah Player Morrison, Reaa Puri, Elise Putnam, Laura Raboff, Sofie Ramos, Sonya Rapoport, Mary Curtis Ratcliff, Katie Revilla, Mayela Rodriguez, Wendy Rule, Maja Ruznic, Azin Seraj, Wenhua Shi, Linda Simmel, Karinne Smith, Laura Stanley, Livia Stein, Marianne Swanson Foote, Kim Thoman, Lauren Toomer, Shirin Towfiq, Simon Tran, Trevor Tubelle, Merav Tzur, Isaac Vazquez Avila, David Wallace, Brea Weinreb, Andrew Werby, Jennifer White Kuri, Gladys Wong
Opening Reception: 5 – 8pm, Saturday, February 24th, 2018
5 – 7pm, Wednesday, March 7th, 2018
Open Call for Artist/Writers due Friday, February 23rd, 2018
Gallery Hours: Monday through Thursday, 12 – 5 pm
Free, Accessible, and Open to the Public
Noritaka Minami, “Tract No. 3107 (California City, California)”, 2016. Archival pigment print, 20″ x 30″
Generation features 81 UC Berkeley alumni artists whose work addresses – practically or poetically – the extraordinary moment in which we find ourselves. The Art Alumni Group represents people of different generations, times, and experiences, with a broad range of relationships to history. But we create work in the present, a present where we clearly need to generate something new.
Our alumni, students, and the general public are invited to join us for an Opening Reception and Reunion Celebration: 5 - 8pm, Saturday, February 24th!
Alumni are encouraged to bring postcards and other publicity materials for upcoming exhibitions to display on the front desk.
The Art Alumni Group is actively seeking donations to support the artists selected for this exhibition. We thank you for your generosity!