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Thanks to the generous paintings and monetary donations by artist and teacher, Hans Hofmann, the museum was founded in 1963. Construction of the museum began in 1967 after an architectural competition to design the building. The winners of the competition included San Francisco architect Marion Ciampi and associates Richard L. Jorasch and Ronald E. Wagner. BAM/PFA holds a large array of pieces, including 16,000 objects and 14,000 films and videos.  
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The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive was founded in 1963 thanks to the generous paintings and monetary donations by artist and teacher Hans Hofmann. Construction of the museum began in 1967 after an architectural competition to design the building. The winners of the competition included San Francisco architect Marion Ciampi and associates Richard L. Jorasch and Ronald E. Wagner. BAM/PFA holds a large array of pieces, including 16,000 objects and 14,000 films and videos.
  
 
== Visit ==
 
== Visit ==

Revision as of 15:00, 15 March 2014

The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) is one of the largest university art museums in the United States.

History

The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive was founded in 1963 thanks to the generous paintings and monetary donations by artist and teacher Hans Hofmann. Construction of the museum began in 1967 after an architectural competition to design the building. The winners of the competition included San Francisco architect Marion Ciampi and associates Richard L. Jorasch and Ronald E. Wagner. BAM/PFA holds a large array of pieces, including 16,000 objects and 14,000 films and videos.

Visit

Location

Woo Hon Fai Hall 2626 Bancroft Way 2625 Durant Avenue Between College and Telegraph (510) 642-0808

Hours

Wednesday – Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Open selected Fridays until 9 p.m.

Contact Information

For general information, call (510) 642-0808

References

http://www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/about/mission