Vast archive of famed architectural illustrator Carlos Diniz is now housed at UCSB's Art, Design & Architecture Museum. Read more about The Art of Illusion
Visiting Greek artist Evdokimos Tsolakidis will direct two performances of Euripides's ‘Helen’ at UCSB. Read more about A Helen for Our Times
UCSB researchers shed light on the costs of high birthrates and the effects of pathogens on metabolism. Read more about For Whom the Births (and Worms) Toll
Alumnus and accomplished musician Zach Gill launches the latest season of UCSB Amplified. Read more about Alumni, Amplified
July 27, 2016
Based on Raymond Chandler’s detective mystery, this adaptation was scripted by William Faulkner and contains some of the most innuendo-filled dialogue between Bogie & Bacall.
July 27-28, 2016
Ballet Studio Theater
Summer dance students perform an eclectic mix of works by faculty choreographers Valerie Huston, Nancy Colahan, Christina McCarthy and Delila Moseley.
July 28, 2016
A film tracing the connections between increased man-made ocean noise and fatal stress on ocean life; a screening followed by a discussion with co–director Michelle Dougherty.