Berkeley Vegan Earth Day

April 30, 2017, 10 am - 4 pm
$8 advance/$10 at door | Donate

We are thrilled to once again bring the Berkeley Vegan Earth Day to the Brower Center for an exciting day of inspiring, life changing fun! The Berkeley Vegan Earth Day brings the vegan and environmental communities together to celebrate our paralleled vision for a sustainable future. We’ve got dozens of vendors signed up to share their delicious sustainable foods, eco-friendly products, and epic activism. Sit in on our educational and earth-friendly talks from experts, activists, and more!

We have reduced the ticket price this year so people of more income levels can join us, We hope you will join us! Compassionate Living, a non-profit organization based in Sonoma County, is proud to be the sponsor of this wonderful event.

BCA Spring Show 2017!

May 2, 2017, 7 - 8:30 pm

BCA is hosting its annual Spring Show at the David Brower Center this year! Come and listen to a selection of beautiful music ranging from pop Chinese songs to top 40 global music!!! We will also sing our ICCA set at the showcase, so get excited for a great night of voices! Tickets are limited this year, so get yours TODAY!

BCA, Berkeley Chinese A Cappella, blends multiple Asian languages with popular music around the globe, and this year, BCA competed in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA), which is the competition featured in the movie Pitch Perfect. We perform weekly in Sproul Plaza and have gigs around the Bay Area. Check us out at our Facebook Page, and listen to us on YouTube and iTunes!

Psychology, Law, and Advocacy: Working Together to Serve Immigrant Communities

May 6, 2017, 8 am - 4 pm

This conference will bring together psychologists, immigration attorneys, and community activists to build collaborative partnerships in serving asylum seekers, refugees, and undocumented persons. The conference will offer four panel discussions: (1) Preparing Sensitive and Effective Immigration Evaluations: Perspectives from Psychologists and Attorneys; (2) Undocumented Persons and Deportation Fear: Psychological Impact and Service Implications; (3) Working with Trauma: Role of Activism and Healing; and (4) Model of Legal-Psychological Collaboration: Holistic Care and Support for Immigrant Trauma Survivors, Asylum Seekers, and Refugees

Girl Power! Women Working in the Music Industry Conference

May 20, 2017, 10 am - 3:30 pm
$45.50 - $60 | Purchase Tickets

Established in 2013, the Girl Power! Women working in the Music Industry Conference is rapidly becoming the epicenter for empowering women with the education, resources, and networking opportunities that are keys to career success in music.

The theme of this year's Girl Power! Conference is Empowering Women for the Stage & Workforce and will focus on the performance realm of the music industry from a female perspective. It will cater to those who make a living, or wish to make a living through live performance, and the professionals who support them in various capacities to do so. Speakers will include booking agents, managers, Festival/Concert/Venue promoters, tour managers, branding professionals, artists, DJs and more.

Additionally, and in dedication to the conference theme, there will be a job fair component for which Bay Area entertainment companies will be present to conduct on-the-spot interviews. For schedule, speaker info and more: