Get your art on, real free, without having to stray more than two blocks from Unit 1. The Berkeley Art Museum will unveil its eagerly anticipated Fernando Botero exhibit on Wednesday and mere steps down Bancroft Way. Alphonse Berber beckons with some eye-catching 4-D works by Bedri Baykam. The Clog supports block parties of all varieties, especially this kind. Details below:

BAM will present Botero’s 56 piece set based on the abuses at Abu Grahib prison, which was donated to the University in 2007. There will be a discussion on the exhibition at the opening on Wednesday. Sadly, it’s sold out, but you can catch it via webcam starting Friday. BAM is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is free for students.

The Alphonse Berber gallery is open daily from noon to 7 p.m. and is free.

Image Source: mrgarin under Creative Commons.
Fernando Botero exhibit exploring Abu Grahib abuses opens at Berkeley Art Museum [News Center]


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