College Eight hosts two bookend events for Earth Week
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.
The Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery’s latest exhibition, “On Mixing, Mapping and Territory,” features maps as narratives and perspectives on global climate change.
The Santa Cruz County Bank is currently hosting an exhibit called “Painting Our Parks” in its many locations across the county.
UCSC senior Irene O’Connell and other artists finish their mural of the Upper Campus water tanks that criticize the proposed expansion under the Long Range Development Plan.
The “Art and the American Experience” exhibition will run from Oct. 27 to Nov. 5. This year, “Visual Politics” is juried by Maureen Davidson, who believes the artists’ pieces will share unique points of views about social and political issues. Pictured: ‘Perdition,’ a painting by David Fleming.
Santa Cruz’s Museum of Art and History (MaH) held their monthly Free First Friday on October 5th, attracting many who were interested in Passages, interactive art, the Pop Up Museum, live music, and more.
The University Interfaith Council and Cowell College are joining forces for the third year in a row to create an event for students to express themselves through art and music. The Spirituality and Faith art and music festival will be held on Oct. 12 in the Cowell Courtyard.
Every Sunday at 9p.m. , Shawheen Keyani and Kenton Towry will show a movie they believe the community would enjoy in the middle of the forest at UC Santa Cruz
For some people, recycling common goods into art is a hobby. For Laura Laura, it’s a hunger.