Event | Jun 17, 2012
The second Bay Area Art & Science Interdisciplinary Collaborative Session features eight short presentations by artists, scientists, philosophers, and musicians all ruminating on various utopic and dystopic possibilities for the future. By Sarah Hotchkiss
Multimedia | Jun 10, 2012
Antenna Theater's Magic Bus Experience is a cutting-edge multimedia journey through time and space, revisiting San Francisco in the 1960s and '70s. By Nicole Zeichick
Multimedia | May 30, 2012
Exploring Life on a Dynamic Planet, the California Academy of Science's latest exhibition shows how the "great movements of the continents have produced the landscape we call home today." By Erika Milvy
Multimedia | Mar 17, 2012
If you're an aspiring polymath or want to be a more interesting houseguest, you should start reading the City Lights blog, which has covered lots of ground in its mere month in existence. By Marion Anthonisen
Multimedia | Mar 16, 2012
The Creators Project, a global celebration of what happens when art holds hands with technology, descends on Fort Mason this weekend with performances by acts like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs! and a David Bowie art installation. Here's a run-down of what you can look forward to. By Emmanuel Hapsis
Multimedia | Mar 05, 2012
A sleek and easily-navigated website, Kapsul offers visitors the opportunity to "Collect. Curate. Collaborate." As a platform for interactive with contemporary art texts and images, the site represents a new open-source approach to the creative process. By Sarah Hotchkiss
Pop Culture | Feb 11, 2012
Learning to navigate the real world with Uhh Yeah Dude, a podcast featuring two dudes talking to each other about things they find on the internet. By Lizzy Acker
Multimedia | Jan 16, 2012
View The Memory Be Green, a half-hour documentary about the creation of Berkeley Repertory Theatre's play "Ghost Light" directed by Jonathan Moscone, son of the late San Francisco mayor George Moscone. By Marie K Lee
Multimedia | Dec 13, 2011
We're back with more holiday activities! Screenprint festive t-shirts for free, watch a classic Jim Henson Christmas film, participate in a dreidel spin-off, and celebrate the solstice on the beach. By Marion Anthonisen
Event | Dec 11, 2011
Todd Brown, founder of the Red Poppy Arthouse and the Mission Performance and Arts Project, is unveiling a new model of social/cultural networking. By Evan Karp
Smartphones, tablets and computers could help seniors stay connected to their communities and families. But a hefty price tag, steep learning curves, and designs meant for younger eyes and hands could keep some older adults from logging on. Guests discuss the best ways for seniors to tackle new technology, and how devices can be adapted to accommodate older users.
Amazon is piloting 14 possible shows for its streaming video service. The audience will vote on which shows it likes best. TV critic Eric Deggans says the process and the shows would like to be breaking ground for a new media — but they aren't.
A Stanford MBA who used to work for Google returned to Myanmar to be an Internet entrepreneur. But it's tough to start an Internet company in a country where the power goes out every day.
The file format's creator says you should use a soft "J," like "Jif." He gets annoyed when he hears a hard "G" like "gift." For some reason, this subject seems to have created a hot debate.
Also on KQED.org this week ...
We Need You!
Volunteer during our current on-air radio fundraising drive. It's a great way to support KQED Radio with your time. You can really make a difference!
Enter the New "ImageMakers" Screening Room
Enjoy films from present and past seasons of KQED's short independent film series, divided into Animation, Comedy, Drama, and Suspense.