On April 8, a computational origami exhibit will be on display at the Eloise Pickard Smith art gallery in Cowell. Computational origami lies in the realm of computer science, where geometry plays a vital role creating new origami designs.
While it may be difficult to envision a time when the notoriously liberal town of Santa Cruz actively supported a war, it is precisely this sentiment that the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History (MAH) will be remembering. The MAH, along with the McPherson Center and the UC Santa Cruz History of Art and [...]
UCSC’s Digital Arts and New Media exhibit “Permutations,” on display from Thursday to Sunday, explores the relationship between art and technology.
The Sesnon Gallery at Porter College celebrates its 40th anniversary this month with an art exhibition, Time Lapse. The exhibit features never-before-displayed art by artists who had previously had works exhibited at the gallery.
A visit to the Santa Cruz Art League reception reveals a deep community, characterized by lively people and interpretations of the “Local Essence.”
At the Santa Cruz Art League gallery, the local artistic community delivers unique depictions of the area they live in.
The Dean of Arts makes his private art collection public in a new exhibit for the Sesnon Gallery. Compiled of art spanning various eras, the exhibit “The Human Condition” provokes thoughts relating to just that.
From watercolor paintings to lithography, there’s a conglomerate of artists in Santa Cruz who have opened their doors to let people in on their creative process.
A new San Francisco exhibit inspired by Virgina Woolf’s “A Room of One’s Own” gives female Asian American artists the opportunity to artistically express the personal spaces that they cherish.
Once a month in downtown Santa Cruz, First Friday brings together local artists, business owners and city residents to socialize in the streets and build a sense of community.