Tonight, at 160 Kroeber Hall at the University of California at Berkeley, another excellent free lecture will be given as part of the ongoing Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium. From 7:30-9pm, Sara Diamond, Executive Producer for Television and New Media and the Artistic Director of Media and Visual Arts at the Banff Centre for the Arts, will talk about CodeZebra, an interactive software and performance environment that uses visualization, language games and role play to cross the boundaries between art and science. At Banff, Ms. Diamond leads research in visualization tools, authoring software, 3D imaging, and other related topics. She is Principle Investigator on the Human Centered Interface Project -- and. as you've guessed, Code Zebra. Come to UC Berkeley and crack this code.