New UC Berkeley Photography Exhibit: The Beatles “A Mad Day Out, 1968″

Photography: The Beatles “A Mad Day Out, 1968″
October 19, 2010 – February 1, 2011 every day | North Gate

Panoramic Hills folks might be interested in this new photography exhibit at the UC Berkeley School of Journalism. While recording the White Album, the Beatles took a break and spent a day being photographed at seemingly random locations across London. “A Mad Day Out, 1968″, an exhibition of Stephen Goldblatt’s photographs from that day, captures the Fab Four’s zany energy as they roamed and cavorted through the city. Goldblatt has gone on to work as a director of photography for such films as Julie and Julia, Angels in America, and The Pelican Brief.

About Alice Agogino

Alice M. Agogino is the Roscoe and Elizabeth Hughes Professor of Mechanical Engineering and affliated faculty at the Haas School of Business in their Operations and Information Technology Management Group. She directs the Berkeley Expert Systems Technology /Berkeley Energy and Sustainable Technologies (BEST) Laboratories, and the Berkeley Instructional Technology Studio (BITS).
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