The 28th annual Open Studios Art Tour began its first of three weekend-long exhibitions in Santa Cruz on Oct. 5.
The Museum of Art and History (MAH) will partner up with the Santa Cruz Wharf in celebration of its 100th year anniversary, kicking off the centennial season with a community-interactive “pop up museum” beginning Oct. 12.
For many years, people have dedicated their lives to finding the truth — why one exists and why anything matters — in other words, the meaning of life. This coming week of October, students will have the opportunity to learn about one man’s study of the meaning of life.
The Stevenson Event Center buzzed with students from all over the UC Santa Cruz campus, united on Sept. 26 with one goal — participating in Rainbow Theater’s upcoming season.
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Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai, a writer and performer from New York, presented her three act play Say You Heard My Echo at the Stevenson Event Center last weekend as presented by the Cultural Arts and Diversity Resource Center, Student Union Assembly, and Rainbow Theater.
The seventh annual Spring International Festival is coming back on April 13, highlighting youth empowerment and the Afro-Brazilian Arts Movement. The event will have performances by SC local band SambaDá, dance lessons, a drum circle and more.
Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History is presenting The Art of Nature’s 24th series on April 6. The exhibit displays artwork from the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, a nonprofit organization of those employed or interested in the field of natural science illustration.