Kids make art today at the Berkeley Art Museum in celebration of moving the museum to the new building.
I love the old concrete bunker of a museum, but it still needs to be retrofitted for the next big one. Not a building I would want to be in if that happened!
A couple of years ago, the gray utility boxes in downtown Berkeley were vibrantly painted in a project called The 60 Boxes Project in a collaboration between the Earth Island Institute‘s Streets Alive! program and Berkeley’s Civic Arts Commission.
I think they really reflect the culture of Berkeley.
This is just a piece of one.
My camera can’t pass up an interesting random still life. Another one found at the Berkeley Farmers’ Market last weekend.
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