This is the schedule of the 1991 Berkeley Arts Festival

Our current calendar is at www.berkeleyartsfestival.com

BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL OPENING CEREMONY AND MUSIC CIRCUS

The City Council Singers led by Rich Kalman will open the Berkeley Arts Festival in BART Plaza with Mal Sharpe serving as emcee. Shattuck Ave from University to Channing will become a Music Circus as flocks of musicians including Randy Porter, Dan Plonsey, Fran Holland, Sarah Cahill, Oluyemi Thomas, Nels Bruseth, Irene Sazar, John Schott, Sy Klopps, and Jerry Kuderna play from street corners, fire escapes and rooftops. The Berkeley Public Library's Poets Corner will include Ivan Argüelles, Jack and Adelle Foley, Floyd Salas, Richard Silberg, John Oliver Simon, Jennifer Stone, Julia Vinograd.
When:
6-16-2001, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Where:
Shattuck Avenue from University to Channing
2200 Shattuck Avenue
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


June 16                   Ongoing Events


CLAIRE DENIS: BEAU TRAVAIL (FRANCE 1999)

French Legionnaires isolated in blisteringly beautiful African setting. Abstractly based on Melville's Billy Budd.
When:
6-16-2001, 7:00 PM
Where:
Pacific Film Archive New PFA Theater
2575 Bancroft Way @ Bowditch Street Bus # 7, 51, 64,
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html


ROVA SAXOPHONE QUARTET

Renowned Bay Area avant garde jazz goup.
When:
6-16-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
Freight & Salvage
1111 Addison Street
#51 Bus
Contact:
548-1761
thefreight.org 


June 17                   Ongoing Events


 

FINAL DAY: PRO ARTS OPEN STUDIOS

More than 400 East Bay artists open the doors to their studios from 11 am to 5 pm. Saturday and Sunday June 9, 10, 16 & 17 Pick up a calendar at Festival Gallery or bookstores and libraries.
When:
6-17-2001, 11:00 AM
Where:
EAST BAY
See Pro Arts calendar
Contact: www.proartsgallery.org 


CAREFREE/CARFREE TOUR: ARTIST'S TOUR OF COASTLINES INSTALLATION

When:
6-17-2001, 11:00 AM
Where:
Foot of University Avenue to Berkeley Marina
Amtrak Station bus #51, 65
Contact:
665-9496
www.sfmoma.org/landscape 


JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION

Celebration of African-American Roots with music, dance and food. from 11 am to 7 pm
When:
6-17-2001, 11:00 AM
Where:
South Berkeley
Adeline from Ashby to Alcatraz Ashby BART; bus #43, F, 6
Contact:
655-8008


CAREFREE/CARFREE TOUR: CRUCIBLE TO JUNETEENTH

When:
6-17-2001, 1:00 PM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com


WALKING TOUR:BERKELEY ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE ASSOC.: WHERE IT ALL BEGAN

Tour of Berkeley's first Arts District with historian Steve Finacom. From the late 19th through the early 20th century Downtown Berkeley was vibrant with the arts including a nationally known ``Little Theater'' company and office building especially built for artists and writers. Its cultural notables included dramatist Samuel Hume, drector Irving Pichel, and painters William Keith and David Park. by reservation admission charge space limited
When:
6-17-2001, 1:30 PM
Where:
DOWNTOWN BERKELEY
P.O.Box 1137 Berkeley 94701
Contact:
841-2242
www.berkeleyheritage.com 


MAHEA UCHIYAMA'S DANCE MOSAIC

Dances of the South Pacific, India, Africa and the Middle East
When:
6-17-2001, 2:00 PM
Where:
Julia Morgan Center for the Arts,
2640 College Avenue bus # 51
Contact:
845-8542
www.juliamorgan.org 


LIKE FATHER LIKE DAUGHTER

A performance of fathers and daughter who have similar creative talents. Readings by poets Morton Felix and Lisa Felix Derr and Bob and Joy Stocksdale. Refreshments.
When:
6-17-2001, 2:00 PM
Where:
STRAWBERRY CREEK DESIGN CENTER STUDIO F
ADDISON BELOW ACTON bus #51
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


JAZZSCHOOL STUDENT RECITAL SERIES

Spring recital of students of the unique JazzSchool founded in 1997 by pianist Susan Muscarella. Series continues June 19, 20 and 21. free
When:
6-17-2001, 5:00 PM
Where:
LA NOTE
2375 Shattuck Ave
Contact:
845-5373
www.jazzschool.com 


SARAH CAHILL CD RELEASE CONCERT

CD release concert by pianist Sarah Cahill playing the work of Ruth Crawford.
When:
6-17-2001, 4:00 PM
Where:
Berkeley Arts Festival Gallery
2200 Shattuck Avenue
Contact:
665-9496
www.sarahcahill.com 


HIROSHI TESHIGAHARA: THE FACE OF ANOTHER (JAPAN 1966)

When:
6-17-2001, 5:30 PM
Where:
Pacific Film Archive New PFA Theater
2575 Bancroft Way at Bowditch Street bus # 7, 51, 64
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


June 18                   Ongoing Events


DRAGONFLY JAZZ TRIO

When:
6-18-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
ANNA'S
1801 UNIVERSITY bus #51
Contact:
849-2662


June 19                   Ongoing Events


LUNCHTIME CONCERT WITH PIANIST JERRY KUDERNA

When:
6-19-2001, 12:15 PM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


JAZZSCHOOL STUDENT RECITAL SERIES

Spring recital of students of the unique JazzSchool founded in 1997 by pianist Susan Muscarella. Series continues June 20 and 21. free
Time Class Instructor
5:30 Combo - Grades 4-7 Steve Robertson
6:00 Basics of Combo Performance Seward McCain
7:00 Salsa Workshop Dave Belove
7:30 Advanced Salsa Ensemble Dave Belove
8:00 Eddie Marshal Ensemble Eddie Marshall
8:30 Jazz Standards for Gigs Glenn Richman
9:00 SingSoulMindEmotion Ledisi
9:30 Advanced Jazz Workshop Michael Zilber
When:
6-19-2001, 5:30 PM
Where:
LA NOTE
2375 Shattuck Ave
Contact:
845-5373
www.jazzschool.com 


AVANT GARDE DOCUMENTARY; JAMES BENNING'S LOS (US, 2000)

When:
6-19-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE NEW THEATER
2575 BANCROFT AT BOWDITCH Bus # 7, 51
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


June 20                  Ongoing Events


CAREFREE/CARFREE TOUR WITH PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID BACON

Berkeley photographer and labor reporter David Bacon's photographs of migrant workers are currently on view at the Oakland museum. Bacon will meet tourers at the festival gallery and escort them by public transportation to the museum where he will talk about his work.
When:
6-20-2001, 11:00 AM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLER
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE BERKELEY
Contact:
665-9496
www.museumca.org/exhibit/exhi_every_worker.html


JAZZSCHOOL STUDENT RECITAL SERIES

Spring recital of students of the unique JazzSchool founded in 1997 by pianist Susan Muscarella. Series continues June 21. free
Time Class Instructor
5:00 Combo - Grades 4-7 John Yi
5:30 Brazilian Style Emsemble I Marcos Silva
6:00 Advanced Jazz Workshop John Gove
6:30 Jazz Standards for Beginers Brian Pardo
7:00 Combo - Middle/High School Brian Pardo
7:30 Combo (1:30 class) Brian Pardo
8:00 Combo (3:30 class) Brian Pardo
8:30 Combo (5:30 class) Brian Pardo
9:00 Combo Wayne Wallace
When:
6-20-2001, 5:00 PM
Where:
LA NOTE
2375 Shattuck Ave
Contact:
845-5373
www.jazzschool.com 


POETRY FLASH READING

Reading by poets Peter Dale Scott & Alan Williamson
When:
6-20-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
CODY'S BOOKS
2454 TELEGRAPH AVENUE bus #40
Contact:
525-5476
www.codysbooks.com 


CONCEPTUAL COMEDY: FILIAL FIXATIONS

When:
6-20-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE NEW THEATER
2575 BANCROFT WAY AT BOWDITCH bus # 7, 51, 64
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


BOB SCHOEN JAZZ QUARTET WITH VOCALIST CHERYL MCBRIDE

When:
6-20-2001, 9:00 PM
Where:
ANNA'S
1801 UNIVERSITY AVENUE #51
Contact:
849-2662


June 21                   Ongoing Events


DBA'S SUMMER NOON CONCERT CAPOEIRA DANCERS

Capoeira Arts Cafe student dance and martial arts performance. free
When:
6-21-2001, 12:00 PM
Where:
BART PLAZA
SHATTUCK AT CENTER STREE
Contact:
549-2230
www.downtownberkeley.org 


JAZZSCHOOL STUDENT RECITAL SERIES

Spring recital of students of the unique JazzSchool founded in 1997 by pianist Susan Muscarella. free
When:
6-21-2001, 6:00 PM
Where:
LA NOTE
2375 Shattuck Ave
Contact:
845-5373
www.jazzschool.com 


BERKELEY SYMPHONY PRE-CONCERT DINNER

When:
6-21-2001, 5:30 PM
Where:
SANTA FE BISTRO
2142 CENTER STREET
Contact:
841-2800
www.berkeleysymphony.org 


THE SOVIET COLLECTION: ALEXANDER SOKUROV & YURI ILYENKO

7:30 PM: Alexander Sokurov: Days of the Eclipse (USSR, 1988) 9:30 PM: Yuri Ilyenko: A Spring for the Thirsty (USSR, 1965/1987)
When:
6-21-2001, 7:00 PM
Where:
PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE NEW THEATER
2575 BANCROFT WAY AT BOWDITCH bus # 7, 51, 64
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


LA PENA CLASSES RECITAL

Recital by students from Josh Jones Latin Jazz and Hip Hop/Funk class, Ras Mos' Eastern Caribean percussion, Jackeline Tago's Venezuelan music and Rafael Manruquez's Latin American music class Admission $8
When:
6-21-2001, 7:00 PM
Where:
LA PENA CULTURAL CENTER
3105 SHATTUCK AVE BUS # 43 ASHBY BART
Contact:
849-2568
www.lapena.org 


BERKELEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CONCERT

The final concert of the season presents the world premiere of Kurt Rohde's Three Movements for Orchestra. also on program Shostakovich Violin Concerto No.2 featuring violinist Stuart Canin and Brahms Symphony No.1 in D
When:
6-21-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
ZELLERBACH HALL
BANCROFT WAY
Contact:
841-2800
www.berkeleysymphony.org 


JAZZ SINGERS' COLLECTIVE

A variety of jazz perspectives, accompanied by pianist Marc Little.
When:
6-21-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
ANNA'S
1801 UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Contact:
849-2662


June 22                   Ongoing Events


CAREFREE/CARFREE TOUR: AMES GALLERY TO MUSICSOURCES

When:
6-22-2001, 1:00 PM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com


A FEW OF OUR FAVORITE THINGS EXHIBITION

When:
6-22-2001, 1:00 PM
Where:
AMES GALLERY
2661 CEDAR STREET BUS # 8
Contact:
845-4949


THE SOVIET COLLECTION: FILMS OF ARTHUR PELESHIAN & ANDREI TARKOVSKY 

7:30 THREE BY ARTHUR PELESHIAN (USSR, 1967-1982) 9:00 TARKOVSKY'S IVAN'S CHILDHOOD(USSR 1962)
When:
6-22-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE NEW THEATER
2575 BANCROFT WAY AT BOWDITCH BUS # 7, 51, 64
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


JERRY KUDERNA PIANO CONCERT

When:
6-22-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com


ANNA DE LEON SINGS

De Leon sings with pianist Sallie Hanna-Rhine and Susie Laraine, sax & flute
When:
6-22-2001, 9:00 PM
Where:
ANNA'S
1801 UNIVERSITY
Contact:
849-2662


June 23                  Ongoing Events


WALKING TOUR: BERKELEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Tour Strawberry Creek with Jim Sharp, Janet Byron and Carole Schemmerling. By reservation. Admission free.
When:
6-23-2001, 10:00 AM
Where:
STRAWBERRY CREEK-NORTH BRANCH & WEST OF CAMPUS
Strawberry Creek
Contact: www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/histsoc/ 


FRIENDS OF 5 CREEKS WORK PARTY

Help clean up Codornices Creek. Bring gloves!
When:
6-23-2001, 10:00 AM
Where:
BERKELEY ART CENTER
1275 WALNUT STREET
Contact:
644-6893
www.fivecreeks.org


STARS STRIPES & STORIES

Funny, slapstick, tales of America's multi-cultural heritage from Activated Storytellers Admission charge
When:
6-23-2001, 11:15 AM
Where:
HABITOT CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
2065 Kittredge St. lower level
Contact:
647-1112


SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION

Live music and crafts fair sponsored by the Berkeley Farmers Market
When:
6-23-2001, 1:00 PM
Where:
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR PARK
CIVIC CENTER
Contact:
548-3333
www.ecologycenter.org 


THE BERKELEY FILMMAKER'S FESTIVAL

Films include ``The Good War and Those Who Refused to Fight It''-- Judith Ehrlich & Rick Tejada Flores; ``Just Crazy About Horses''--Tim Lovejoy & Joe Wemple; ``Los Romeros : Royal Family of the Guitar''--L. John Harris and Bill Chayes; ``In Between Notes''--William Farley and Jim Newman; ``KPFA on air''--Veronica Selver; ``The Old Spaghetti Factory''--William Farley, Mal and Sandra Sharpe.
When:
6-23-2001, 1:00 PM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


CAREFREE/CARFREE TOUR: SUMMER SOLSTICE - Watershed Exibition and Shotgun Players

A full afternoon of art and theater. Visit the Summer Solstice Celebration in the Park, Watershed the current exhibit at the Berkeley Art Center and the Shotgun Players opening of Euripedes' Iphegenia in Aulis in John Hinkel Park.
When:
6-23-2001, 1:00 PM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


GREGORY JOE BLEDSOE AND THE SOURCE OF LIGHT BAND

A mix of fusion, reggae, pop and inspirational music. Free
When:
6-23-2001, 2:00 PM
Where:
SOUTH BRANCH BERKELEY PUBLIC LIBRARY
1901 RUSSELL ST bus # 15
Contact:
644-6860


SHOTGUN PLAYERS IPHIGENIA IN AULIS

Opening day of the Shotgun Players Summer Theater in the Park series. Runs on Saturday and Sunday at 5 pm through July 12
When:
6-23-2001, 5:00 PM
Where:
JOHN HINKEL PARK
NORTH BERKELEY HILLS
Contact:
665-9496
www.shotgunplayers.org


DUCKSAN DISTONES JAZZ QUINTET

When:
6-23-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
ANNA'S
1801 UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Contact:
849-2662


CAREFREE CARFREE TOUR: GARDENS OF SOUTH BERKELEY

Meet tour guides Wendy and Dan Hallinan ( gardener extrordinaire) at the Festival gallery. Board #43 bus to Marcia Donohue's totally enchanting garden filled with exotic plants, Mark Bulwinle's sculpture and the unexpected at every turn. Walk over to the Dry Garden for a tour conducted by owner Richard Ward.
When:
6-24-2001, 1:00 PM
Where:
MEET AT BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


June 24                   Ongoing Events


CAREFREE/CARFREE TOUR: GARDENS AND CREEKS OF NORTH BERKELEY

Tour Codornices Creek restoration and Peralta Community Art Garden with Nicole Milner Concert from 3-5 pm
When:
6-24-2001, 1:00 PM
Where:
MEET AT BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


BAHA WALKING TOUR: JOHN HUDSON THOMAS & NORTHBRAE 1910

Richard Pettler leads tour of Northbrae area architcture and unique topographic features admission charge by reservation space limited
When:
6-24-2001, 1:30 PM
Where:
AROUND INDIAN ROCK PARK
Contact:
841-2242
P.O. Box 1137, Berkeley 94701
www.berkeleyheritage.com 


OPENING OF NEW EXHIBITIONS

Sophia Tsavalas's ``Ancestral Ascent'' and Taraneh Hemami's collage-panels ``Personal Time'' open in east gallery of Magnes Museum open Sunday -Thursday from 10 AM to 4 PM
When:
6-24-2001, 2:00 PM
Where:
JUDAH L. MAGNES MUSEUM
2911 RUSSELL ST. bus #6, 7
Contact:
549-6950
www.magnesmuseum.org 


NICOLE MILNER CONCERT IN PERALTA COMMUNITY ART GARDEN

Nicole Milner will play her original compostitions on keyboard in the Peralta Garden from 3 to 5 PM
When:
6-24-2001, 3:00 PM
Where:
PERALTA GARDEN
Peralta Street just North of Hopkins
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


HIROSHI TESHIGAHARA FILMS

5:30 THE RUINED MAP (JAPAN 1968) 7:30 SUMMER SOLDIERS (JAPAN 1972)
When:
6-24-2001, 5:30 PM
Where:
PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE NEW THEATER
2575 BANCROFT WAY AT BOWDITCH
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


BEANBENDERS REUNION: GEMS FROM THE VAULT

Regulars from the Beanbenders' Concerts of Years Past include Dan Plonsey, Ben Goldberg's ``Brainchild,'' John Schott, Graham Connah, The Toychestra, Mantra ben Ya'akova and Cleveland Plonsey
When:
6-24-2001, 7:00 PM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


POETRY FLASH READINGS

Readings from Francisco Aragon's Momtombo Press with poets Eric Gudas, Lisa Sperber, Sean McDonnell, Angela Garcia, & Maria Melendez
When:
6-24-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
CODY'S BOOKS
2454 TELEGRAPH AVE
Contact:
525-5476
www.codysbooks.com 


LIVE OAK CONCERTS WITH STEPHEN BELL, GUITAR

Stephen Bell, guitarist, vocalist performing works of Bach, Bell, Falu, Zaratte, Albeniz, Sabicas, de la Lucia, Moraito, & Sanlucar
When:
6-24-2001, Time Undetermined
Where:
BERKELEY ART CENTER
1275 WALNUT STREET
Contact:
644-6893


June 26                   Ongoing Events


SAN FRANCISCO CINEMATHEQUE: 40 YEARS IN FOCUS

40th Anniversary of SF Cinematechque. tonight's program recreates November 16, 1967 presentation curated by Edith Kramer at Intersection with films of Robert Nelson, Bruce Baillie, Bruce Conner, Jud Yalkut, Stan Brakhage and Jerry Abrams.
When:
6-26-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE NEW THEATER
2575 BANCROFT WAY
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


TANGRIA JAZZ QUARTET

When:
6-26-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
ANNA'S
1801 UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Contact:
849-2662


June 27                   Ongoing Events


CONVERSATIONS IN COMMEDIA

Audrey Smith, SF Mime Troupe and Selma Spector, Ladies against Women
When:
6-27-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
LA PENA CULTURAL CENTER
SHATTUCK AVENUE Bus #43
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


MODERN TIMES AND FRENCH CANCAN

JUNE 21-27, 7:30 PM: Charles Chaplin's Modern Times 9:15 PM: Jean Renoir's French Can Can
When:
6-27-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
FINE ARTS CINEMA
2541 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
848-1143
www.fineartscinema.com 


June 28                  Ongoing Events


CAREFREE/CARFREE TOURS: OPERA TO BABILONIA 1808

When:
6-28-2001, 1:00 AM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


CAREFREE/CARFREE TOUR: OPERA TO PUSOD CENTER

When:
6-28-2001, 1:00 AM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVENUE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com


MEDEA BENJAMIN

La Pena and Global Exchange present Medea Benajamin speaking about California's energy crisis $5--$10
When:
6-28-2001, 7:30 AM
Where:
LA PENA CULTURAL CENTER
3105 SHATTUCK AVENUE bus #43 OR Ashby BART
Contact:
849-2568 
www.lapena.org


SUMMER NOON CONCERT: BERKELEY OPERA

Berkeley Opera previews selected pieces of Bizet's Carmen.
When:
6-28-2001, 12:00 PM
Where:
BART PLAZA
SHATTUCK AVENUE AT CENTER STREET
Contact:
549-2230 
www.berkeleyopera.com/berkop/


THE SOVIET COLLECTION: ANDREI SMIRNOV AND LARISSA SHEPITKO

Beginning of an Unknown Era (USSR 1967)
When:
6-28-2001, 7:00 PM
Where:
PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE NEW THEATER
2575 BANCROFT WAY
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


RICHARD KALMAN CONCERT

When:
6-28-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVE
Contact
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


CONFUSION JAZZ QUARTET

When:
6-28-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
ANNA'S
1801 UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Contact:
849-2662


June 29                   Ongoing Events


Carefree/Carfree: FREE SPEECH TOUR WITH MICHAEL ROSSMAN AND KATE COLEMAN

Michael Rossman, veteran of the Free Speech Movement, conducts a tour of memorable sites in the years 1958-1970 with the rise of the new left, House Unamerican Activities Committee and the FSM.
When:
6-29-2001, 3:00 PM
Where:
UC Campus
Sather Gate
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


THE SOVIET COLLECTION: TENGIZ ABULADZE AND SERGEI PARADZJANO

7:30 - Abuladze's Molba (The Prayer) (USSR 1967) 9:10 - Paradzjanov's Shadows of Our Forgotten Ancestors
When:
6-29-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE NEW THEATER
2575 BANCROFT WAY
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


BERKELEY STORIES

An evening of stories about Berkeley by denizens of Berkeley including David Hilliard, Maxine Hong Kingston & Earl Kingston, tillie Olsen, Sylvia Mclaughlin, Leonard Pitt, Malcolm Margolin
When:
6-29-2001, 7:30 PM
Where:
JULIA MORGAN THEATER
2640 COLLEGE AVENUE
Contact:
655-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com 


FOGO NA ROUPA

A choreo-rhythmic journey of regional carnaval styles from Salvador de Bahia, Pernambuc and Rio de Janeiro. $12 adv; $14 door
When:
6-29-2001, 8:30 PM
Where:
LA PENA CULTURAL CENTER
3105 SHATTUCK AVENUE bus #43 or Ashby BART
Contact:
849-2568
www.lapena.org 


June 30                  Ongoing Events


BROWER DAY

The first ever Brower Day in honor of the late environmental leader and Earth Island Institute Founder David Brower is sponsored by the City of Berkeley, the Ecology Center, KPFA and Earth Island Insittute. featuring a restoration decathlon and organig/vegetarian food.
When:
6-30-2001, 12:00 AM
Where:
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR PARK
CIVIC CENTER
Contact:
415-788-3666 X 260
www.earthisland.org 


MARVIN SANDERS QUARTET

When:
6-30-2001, 7:00 PM
Where:
BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL GALLERY
2200 SHATTUCK AVE
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival 


CLAIRE DENIS' NENETTE AND BONI (FRANCE 1996)

When:
6-30-2001, 7:00 PM
Where:
PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE NEW THEATER
2575 BANCROFT WAY #51, 7, 64
Contact:
642-1412
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa/filmseries/index.html 


SHERRY GLASER IN ``A BLESSING IN DISGUISE''

One-woman show tells story of Miguel De Cervantes, a man struggling with his identity and purpose in this confusing age of super information highways and fast food franchises. $15 adv $18 door
When:
6-30-2001, 8:00 PM
Where:
LA PENA CULTURAL CENTER
3105 SHATTUCK AVENUE bus #43, Ashby BART
Contact:
849-2568
www.lapena.org 


July 1                  Ongoing Events


JAZZ ON THE BERKELEY PIER WITH THE CHRISTY DANA QUARTET

Festivale Finale--Jazz on the Berkeley Pier co-sponsored by Friends of the Berkeley Public Library
When:
7-1-2001, 11:00 AM
Where:
The Berkeley Pier
Contact:
665-9496
www.berkeleyartsfestival.com