Porter senior Wesley Goto has been hard at work designing a festival which he said hopes to showcase and educate the richness of asian culture. It will take place in Porter quad from 1-5pm on April 14.
After several quarters of varying participation, UCSC Arts department faithfuls hope to reinvigorate the Student Art Movement with their upcoming Porter Day of the Arts on May 12.
In a transformed Porter/Kresge Dining Hall, under a glittering disco ball, students gathered for the second annual Queer Prom. Held March 2, Queer Prom was hosted by the Queer Student Union (QSU) and Delta Lambda Psi (DLP).
The 2011 Susan Benteen and William Hyde Irwin Scholarship recognized 13 exceptional art students with an award of $2,500 and a display of their artwork. The exhibition will display the students’ interest in a range of subject matter and media including photography, painting, printmaking, installation and electronic media.
Though the memory of last September’s dance protests against fee hikes may have faded from student memory, others have only just begun to leave the experience behind them. Two individuals who were arrested that night share their perspectives on the event and the effect it had on them.
The Queer Fashion Show has long been a part of UC Santa Cruz’s culture. Dating back as far as the ’80s, the event has been a consistent showcase of creativity within the queer community. This year’s show looks to be bigger, better and sexier than ever before.
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.
This weekend, a group of UCSC students will gather at Porter College to play video games. While this may sound like a typical Saturday afternoon for a college student, there is more to this event than meets the eye—it’s for a good cause.
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.
Students who transfer to UC Santa Cruz have now found a common home on campus after administrators decide to make a dorm building at Porter College the hub for transfer students.