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Thursday, May 28

Courtesy of David Wesley White

ONLINE | 2020 MFA Thesis PreShow: Field Day

See the exhibition here The AD&A Museum is pleased to launch a preview of Field Day, the annual Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition at UC Santa Barbara....

ONLINE | Common Bonds: Artists and Architects on Community

ONLINE | Common Bonds: Artists and Architects...

See the online exhibition here Common Bonds is a group exhibition that looks at how artists and architects approach the concept of community. Featuring book...

Courtesy of the Undocumented Migration Project

ONLINE | Hostile Terrain 94

See the online exhibition here Warning: The exhibition Hostile Terrain 94 contains material that may be disturbing to some audiences, including: Belongings...

ONLINE | Irresistible Delights: Recent Gifts to the Art Collection

ONLINE | Irresistible Delights: Recent Gifts to...

See the online exhibition here. Since its founding in 1959, the AD&A Museum has been creating a rich and diverse art collection built on aesthetic value and...

“Computational Neuroimaging of the Human Auditory Cortex”–SAGE Center Lecture by Josh McDermott

“Computational Neuroimaging of the Human...

4pm

Josh McDermott is Associate Professor in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Director of the Laboratory for Computational Audition at the...

POSTPONED: “Computational Neuroimaging of the Human Auditory Cortex”–SAGE Center Lecture by Josh McDermott

POSTPONED: “Computational Neuroimaging of...

4pm

Josh McDermott is Associate Professor in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Director of the Laboratory for Computational Audition at the...

UCSB Wind Ensemble

Canceled: UCSB Wind Ensemble

7:30pm

In an effort to minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19 in the community, this event has been canceled. Read more about UC Santa Barbara's response to...

CANCELLED: Five Prayers

CANCELLED: Five Prayers

8pm

FIVE PRAYERS written and directed by Leo Cabranes - Grant We are thrilled to present Department of Theater and Dance Professor Leo Cabranes-Grant’s moving...

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Thursday, May 28