check out the senior interdisciplinary project titled:

The Stories We Tell: A Study in Investigative Journalism

The Evens Benefit for AHA

THe Evens Benefit for AHA

AHA BENEFIT with The Evens from Washington DC. The Evens are Ian MacKaye and Amy Farina.

AHA BENEFIT with The Evens from Washington DC with Ian MacKaye and Amy Farina.

Please Come. It won’t be the same without you.

June 1st 2012 celebration of class of 2012 public art opening

June 1st 2012 celebration of class of 2012 public art opening

Stahl with artists that created the images of Berkeley High Alumni as part of the 60 box project. Thanks to Open Circle and Earth Island Institute.






Looking Back to See Our Way Forward is a series of portraits made by the Arts and Humanities class of 2012 to commemorate Berkeley High Alumni from the past 100 years who’ve made a significant impact on our community. Students selected twelve alumni who were inspirational to them in the areas of writing, activism, athletics and the arts. The portraits were first drawn in ink and then made into digital files and printed on vinyl to be installed to utility boxes around the perimeter of Berkeley High School. Set in the public realm for passers-by to view and appreciate, these images spark appreciation for our fore bearers and give an opportunity for us to reflect on individuals in our community who’ve set a precedent of innovation, imagination and social transformation over the years, helping to shape what Berkeley is today.


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