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Issue 7 • December 2016
Black as Space: Reflecting on the Bay Bridge Shutdown (Cont’)
For the Love of Privacy:Basic strategies for the world ahead
Home Viewing for Long Nights: We look back for a way forward
Issue 6 • August 2016
Black as Space: Reflecting on the Bay Bridge Shutdown (Parts 1 and 2 of four)
BOOM: The Art of Resistance
The Movement for Black Lives: Six Point Platform
Society Update: What we’ve been up to
Take This Hammer: Art + Media Activism from the Bay Area
On Strike! (At SF State) and More Documentaries at YBCA’s Take This Hammer
Bay Area Art & Activism Timeline: Contributions Welcome!
Become a Member: We are 64% of the way toward out $4,500 goal!
Open Engagement comes to Oakland: Mark your calendars! April 29–May 1, 2016
All the World’s Futures: Democracy Now! covers the 2015 Venice Biennale
Ferguson is the Future: Alternative Worlds Through Arts, Activism, & Scholarship
(processing) – Bay Area Artists and the Archive: Collective Memory at UC Berkeley’s Worth Ryder Art Gallery, October 7-23
Happy 40th Birthday Media Burn!: The Bay Area Society for Art & Activism commemorates the legendary 1975 event
We are “Making a Scene!”: The Bay Area Society for Art & Activism documents 50 years of alternative Bay Area spaces
From “Saints and Citizens”: California’s Mission Era Indigenous Artists and Political Resistance
In Case You Missed It: A Dissidents, the Displaced and the Outliers Recap
Media Burn 40th Anniversary Posters: Get’em While They’re Hot!
Who We Be: Superpanel on Art, Protest and Racial Justice
Ruminations on the Dissidents, the Displaced, and the Outliers of the Bay Area
Artists Get Organized!: The Bay Area Artists Report and Arts Advocacy Coalition
THE SKY IS THE LIMIT: Susan O’Malley (1976-2015)
Thank you, Members!
The View from Queens: An Interview with Artist Christine Wong Yap
From 3.9 to the Last: San Francisco’s African American Creative Legacy Now
How We Party “Overnight Strange: A Vaudeville for the Displaced”