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March 23 - April 21, 2019

Saturday, March 23

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Sunday, March 24

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Monday, March 25

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Tuesday, March 26

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Wednesday, March 27

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Thursday, March 28

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Friday, March 29

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Saturday, March 30

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Sunday, March 31

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Monday, April 1

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Tuesday, April 2

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Hot Club of Cowtown:  Dustbowl Revival

Hot Club of Cowtown: Dustbowl Revival

8pm

Across the Great Divide: A Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of The Band With a reputation for jaw-dropping virtuosity and unforgettable live shows, the...

Wednesday, April 3

Guest Artist Masterclass: Frederica von Stade, mezzo-soprano

Guest Artist Masterclass: Frederica von Stade,...

1:30pm

The UCSB Department of Music will present a Guest Artist Masterclass led by mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 1:30-3:30 pm...

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Shakedown

Shakedown

7pm

Leilah Weinraub’s Shakedown (2018) chronicles the “high-femme performances” in the Los Angeles-based underground black-lesbian strip club Shakedown. The New...

Thursday, April 4

Happy Hour - UCSB OC Alumni

Happy Hour - UCSB OC Alumni

5pm

Network with Orange County alumni, see old friends and make new ones. The event is free, but a $10 donation to the Alumni Scholarship Fund is encouraged....

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

George Hinchliffe's Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

George Hinchliffe's Ukulele Orchestra of Great...

8pm

The world-renowned all-singing, all-plucking ukulele superstars – who last year celebrated “30 plucking years” of ukulele action – are back with their...

Friday, April 5

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Saturday, April 6

Script to Screen: Game of Thrones

Script to Screen: Game of Thrones

2pm

Based on George R.R. Martin’s best-selling fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire, HBO’s epic Game of Thrones is notable for its high production values,...

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

So Percussion: Amid the Noise

So Percussion: Amid the Noise

8pm

Hailed as an “experimental powerhouse” (Village Voice), Brooklyn-based So Percussion’s innovative work explores the extremes of emotion and musical...

Sunday, April 7

Beth Macy – Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors and the Drug Company that Addicted America (free event)

Beth Macy – Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors...

3pm

Award-winning investigative reporter Beth Macy delves into America’s 20-plus year struggle with opioid addiction in Dopesick, her bestselling book on the...

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Monday, April 8

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour Featuring Cécile McLorin Salvant

Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour Featuring Cécile...

8pm

A young jazz star with an old soul, Cécile McLorin Salvant is among the most exciting singers of her generation. Credited with carrying on the legacy of...

Tuesday, April 9

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

Diversity of Arab and Muslim Diasporas in the U.S.

6pm

Muslims and Arabs have historically been misrepresented and stereotyped due to false and misinformation regarding their communities. This art exhibition aims...

Wednesday, April 10

Perfect Pitch: 432 Hz Music and the Promise of a Frequency

Perfect Pitch: 432 Hz Music and the Promise of...

3:30pm

Ruth Rosenberg (University of Illinois at Chicago) will present a talk titled “Perfect Pitch: 432 Hz Music and the Promise of a Frequency” on Wednesday,...

Vietnamese Food in America

Vietnamese Food in America

4pm

UCSB Library is bringing chef and immigrant workers’ activist Diep Tran to campus for a discussion about Vietnamese cuisine and how it fits in with a broader...

Call Her Ganda

Call Her Ganda

6pm

When Jennifer Laude, a Filipina trans woman, is brutally murdered by a U.S. Marine, three women intimately invested in the case–an activist attorney, a...

Jennifer L. Eberhardt – Biased (free event)

Jennifer L. Eberhardt – Biased (free event)

7:30pm

In her groundbreaking new book, Biased, social psychologist and Stanford professor Jennifer Eberhardt demonstrates how ingrained stereotypes can powerfully...

Thursday, April 11

Diaspora, Family, Memory

Diaspora, Family, Memory

7pm

Presented in conjunction with UCSB Reads 2019, this program of six shorts by filmmakers from the Vietnamese diaspora includes documentary, narrative, and...

•Short Films from the Viet Film Fest

•Short Films from the Viet Film Fest

7pm

Presented in conjunction with UCSB Reads 2019, this program of six shorts by filmmakers from the Vietnamese diaspora includes documentary, narrative, and...

Mountainfilm on Tour (free event)

Mountainfilm on Tour (free event)

8pm

It’s Telluride Mountainfilm like you’ve never seen it before! A local favorite, the popular film festival returns for a special outdoor community screening...

Friday, April 12

Jennifer Koh: Shared Madness 2

Jennifer Koh: Shared Madness 2

7pm

Beloved violinist Jennifer Koh returns to perform part two of her acclaimed program Shared Madness. The ambitious project tells the story of a community of...

Noche de Baile Con Salsa Caliente!

Noche de Baile Con Salsa Caliente!

7:30pm

Salsa Caliente features musicians from around the world and is one of the hottest salsa bands performing in today’s Latin Jazz and Salsa scene. The band...

Sunday, April 14

Olé LA Hike

Olé LA Hike

10:30am

Join local Los Angeles alumni for a morning hike to de-stress prior to tax day! This FREE event will be a great way to meet fellow Gauchos. We'll be picking...

Irvin Ungar, Arthur Szyk: Soldier in Art

Irvin Ungar, Arthur Szyk: Soldier in Art

3pm

Arthur Szyk often said “Art is not my aim, it is my means.” Yet, his contemporaries praised him as the greatest illuminator-artist since the 16th century. He...

Ballet Folklórico de Los Angeles

Ballet Folklórico de Los Angeles

7pm

Distinguished among the nation’s premier Mexican folk dance companies, Ballet Folklórico de Los Ángeles has worked with Grammy Award-winning artists Lila...

The Gloaming

The Gloaming

7pm

Evocative of the spare serenity of the Irish countryside, the music of The Gloaming is both deeply familiar and consistently surprising. Merging Irish tunes,...

Monday, April 15

“How Inequality and Social Class Shape Selves and Relationships”–SAGE Center Lecture by Hazel Markus

“How Inequality and Social Class Shape...

4pm

Hazel Markus is the Davis-Brack Professor in the Behavioral Sciences, Co-director of the center for Social Psychological Questions to Real-world Questions...

National Geographic Live!

National Geographic Live!

7:30pm

Dan Buettner and David McLain: The Search for Longevity When it comes to what it takes to live a long, happy life, most people are misguided or just plain...

Tuesday, April 16

Jessen Kelly: Perilous Vessels

Jessen Kelly: Perilous Vessels

4pm

Dice Games and Drinking Games in the Dutch Republic Dr. Jessen Kelly, Assistant Professor of Art and Art History at the University of Utah, will talk about...

Ballet Preljocaj: La Fresque

Ballet Preljocaj: La Fresque

8pm

Choreographer Angelin Preljocaj’s La Fresque (The Painting on the Wall) navigates the space between representation and reality as it interprets the...

Wednesday, April 17

Geiringer Lecture: Danielle Fosler-Lussier

Geiringer Lecture: Danielle Fosler-Lussier

3:30pm

Dr. Danielle Fosler-Lussier, Professor of Musicology at Ohio State University, will present a public lecture on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 3:30-4:45 pm...

2nd Annual UCSB Arts Walk

2nd Annual UCSB Arts Walk

4:30pm

UCSB’s Department of Music, Department of Theater and Dance, Department of Art, College of Creative Studies, Art, Design & Architecture Museum, MultiCultural...

The Feminist On CellBlock Y

The Feminist On CellBlock Y

6pm

A convicted felon, Richard Edmond-Vargas, builds a feminist movement from behind bars at an all-male prison in Soledad, California. The movement grew from...

Guest Artist Masterclass: Aaron Hill, oboe

Guest Artist Masterclass: Aaron Hill, oboe

6:30pm

The UCSB Department of Music will present a Guest Artist Masterclass led by Dr. Aaron Hill (Assistant Professor of Oboe, University of Nevada, Reno) on...

Anoushka Shankar

Anoushka Shankar

8pm

A singular figure in the Indian classical and progressive world music scenes, sitar player Anoushka Shankar’s outstanding musicianship is marked by a...

Thursday, April 18

2019 Geiringer Lecture Series: Danielle Fosler-Lussier (Ohio State University)

2019 Geiringer Lecture Series: Danielle...

5:30pm

Dr. Danielle Fosler-Lussier, Professor of Musicology at Ohio State University, will present a public lecture on Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 5:30-7 pm in...

New Waves: Rome, Open City

New Waves: Rome, Open City

7pm

The production of Roberto Rossellini’s Rome,Open City (Roma città aperta, 1945) began only months after the end of the Nazi occupation of Rome and the...

Alan Cumming: Legal Immigrant

Alan Cumming: Legal Immigrant

8pm

Renaissance man, style icon, social activist, bon viveur – Alan Cumming is many things to many people. The versatile actor, singer and author is well known...

Friday, April 19

Exploring SEISMIC on Your Campus

Exploring SEISMIC on Your Campus

12pm

The Sloane Equity and Inclusion in STEM Introductory Courses (SEISMIC) leverages the power of 10 participating institutions, including University of...

SEISMIC:  The Sloan Equity and Inclusion in STEM Introductory Courses Project

SEISMIC: The Sloan Equity and Inclusion in...

2:30pm

At large research universities, foundational STEM courses are taught to hundreds or even thousands of students every term. Too often, the outcomes of these...

Sunday, April 21

Faculty Recital: Wesley Arai

Faculty Recital: Wesley Arai

2pm

As part of the Fiftieth Anniversary Carillon Recital Series, UCSB University Carillonist Wesley Arai will present a recital from the carillon in UCSB’s...

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March 23 - April 21, 2019