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50 years of wonder, Natural History at UCSC

Join the Norris Center for Natural History June 3–5, 2022 under the redwoods in the Santa Cruz Mountains to celebrate 50 years of natural history education...

PLANETARY INDIGESTION: Public Conversation Series (online)

PLANETARY INDIGESTION is a year-long series of conversations and performative lectures about food, ecology, and biotechnology between the Center for Genomic...

5/26 12pm
Virtual Event
"Abolition. Feminism. Now." with Angela Davis, Gina Dent, Erica Meiners, and Beth Richie

Abolitionist scholars Angela Davis, Gina Dent, Erica Meiners, and Beth Richie discuss their new book, Abolition. Feminism. Now at the UC Santa Cruz Quarry...

A crowd of people touring the UCSC Farm

Take a free tour of the 30-acre organic UCSC Farm. Visitors can enjoy touring the organically managed greenhouses, hand-worked garden beds, orchards, row...

Cowell Lime Works Historic District Walking Tour

Friends President Frank Perry will present an overview of the district history, explain the process of making lime, and share some newly-discovered images...

Miriam Ellis International Playhouse

For its 20th season, the Miriam Ellis International Playhouse will present fully-staged performances in French, Japanese, and Spanish, with English...

Japanese American Farming Experiences Prior to and During WWII

This workshop will explore the rich history of Japanese American farmers in the western U.S. in the years leading up to the forced incarceration of over...

The 2022 UCSC Festival of Monsters

Monsters and their hidden meanings are the focus of the UC Santa Cruz Festival of Monsters, a free weekend of scholarship, social events, and art. Scholarly...

A Tale of Two Cities:

A Tale of Two Cities is an 1859 historical novel by Charles Dickens, set in London and Paris before and during the French Revolution. The novel tells the...

5/22 1pm
Virtual Event
(from left to right) Raissa Simpson and Maurya Kerr/ tinypistol.

Join us for a dance performance and film screening with director of PUSH Dance Company, Raissa Simpson, and and artistic director of tinypistol, Maurya Kerr....