Events

February 5 - March 6, 2023

Sunday, February 5

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Institute of the Arts & Sciences Gallery Opening

We are thrilled to announce the opening of the Arts Division's new public art space in the city of Santa Cruz at 100 Panetta Avenue. On February 5, the...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

Monday, February 6

Towards Trustworthy Scientific Machine Learning: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications

Speaker: Yeonjong Shin, Assistant Professor Assistant Professor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Description: Machine learning (ML)...

 Exact MCMC-free Bayesian Inference for a Class of Generalized Linear Mixed Effects Models with Application to Spatial Data

Presenter: Jonathan R. Bradley, Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics at Florida State University Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) has become a...

4pm
Virtual Event
SP - Stakeholder Meeting with Grad Students

Join the GSA, the GSC and the Strategic Planning Committee to share your ideas for Envisioning the Future of Graduate Education. Feb 6 - Arts Feb 7 -...

Tuesday, February 7

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

SP - Stakeholder Meeting with Grad Students

Join the GSA, the GSC and the Strategic Planning Committee to share your ideas for Envisioning the Future of Graduate Education. Feb 6 - Arts Feb 7 -...

Wednesday, February 8

produce

Affordable organic produce from the UCSC Farm and local farmers, available to students, staff, faculty, and community members! Cash, EBT, Card, and Check...

Two NLP students discussing a project

UCSC's Natural Language Processing (NLP) MS Program is unique. Taught intensively over 15-18 months and building on your background in computer science, our...

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

CAPS: Graduate Women's Group

A supportive space to realize you are not alone in struggling to juggle personal and academic demands. Common topics include: anxiety, motivation, Impostor...

SP - Stakeholder Meeting with Grad Students

Join the GSA, the GSC and the Strategic Planning Committee to share your ideas for Envisioning the Future of Graduate Education. Feb 6 - Arts Feb 7 -...

Gershom Gorenberg: The Secret War against the Nazis for the Middle East

At the midpoint of World War II, an Axis army under Field Marshal Erwin Rommel was on the brink of conquering the Middle East. Drawing on his latest book,...

Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, Nature Journal Studio

Nature journaling can help us view the natural world with new perspectives. Join us for guided practice during monthly Nature Journal Studio sessions inside...

Drop-In Figure Drawing (Winter Quarter)

The Art Department invites the community to attend drawing classes. Drop-In Draw provides a live model and room monitor. There is no formal lesson. Only dry...

Men's Basketball vs Dominican

NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Competition. Attend the games in person or watch the broadcast online.

Thursday, February 9

Engineering Students

Description: People have many reasons to want to learn a foreign language: some want to enjoy foreign media in its original form, some need it for business...

9am
Virtual Event
People working with technology as a group

Open labs are co-working opportunities for website owners and content creators to meet with Information Technology Services staff to answer questions on any...

9am
Virtual Event
Inter-Chiplet Synchronization of Multi-Die VLSI Systems

Baris Taskin, Professor, Drexel University Abstract: In VLSI systems, computing is projected to contain hundreds of components from heterogeneous...

10am
Virtual Event
Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

Brazil's Social Movements and Lula's New Government: Challenges and Expectations

This webinar will bring together Brazilian social activists and Right Livelihood Award Laureates Cassia Bechara of the Movement of the Landless Rural Workers...

1pm
Virtual Event
Writing Together

Have you noticed that a large portion of your writing happens in short bursts? So have we! Writing Together is structured, weekly writing time for graduate...

ODEI Office Hours

Join Lorato Anderson, the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Graduate Division, for help and information regarding graduate support, a...

CAPS: Graduate Men's Group

The Graduate Men's Group is a participant driven group for male graduate students to come together to discuss the challenges of grad school. To participate...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

SP - Stakeholder Meeting with Grad Students

Join the GSA, the GSC and the Strategic Planning Committee to share your ideas for Envisioning the Future of Graduate Education. Feb 6 - Arts Feb 7 -...

Empowered Women - Empower Everyone!

Join us for an evening of storytelling and networking in the company of powerful women (and men) who will share their struggles and successes as...

citrus

Seasoned citrus growers will provide detailed information appropriate for a range of growers, focused on a diverse range of citrus production. Presenters...

Friday, February 10

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

Arts Professional Pathways: Nicole Jefferson Asher

Join Arts Professional Pathways for a conversation with Ms. Nicole Jefferson Asher. Ms. Asher began her artistic journey studying at the world famous Dance...

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome - Feb.10 at 1 p.m E2- 475 - in person

Imposter syndrome is best explained as the persistent feeling of iinadequacy despite evident success. Individuals suffering from this condition often doubt...

Produce Pop-Up @ Porter Quad

Affordable organic produce from the UCSC Farm and local farmers, available to students, staff, faculty, and community members! Cash, EBT, Card, and Check...

Saturday, February 11

Chip Design Tool Workshop on RTL

RTL Power Analysis and Optimization In this free, half-day workshop covering the fundamentals of power optimization—a critical component in today's chip...

citrus

Seasoned citrus growers will provide detailed information appropriate for a range of growers, focused on a diverse range of citrus production. Presenters...

Women's Tennis vs Cal Lutheran

NCAA Division III Women's Tennis Competition

Women's Tennis vs Cal Tech

NCAA Division III Women's Tennis Competition

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Hank Willis Thomas and Baz Dreisinger: The Writing on the Wall

The Writing on the Wall, a collaboration between artist Hank Willis Thomas and scholar and activist Dr. Baz Dreisinger, is an installation covering the...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

Women's Basketball vs Bethesda

NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Competition. Attend the games in person or watch the broadcast online.

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

Menlo College vs Westcliff University

Men's Volleyball Competition hosted by the UC Santa Cruz. Attend the games in person or watch the broadcast online.

Men's Volleyball Slug Slam 2022

NCAA Division III Men's Volleyball Competition

Men's Volleyball Slug Slam 2022

NCAA Division III Men's Volleyball Competition Attend the games in person or watch the broadcast online.

Sunday, February 12

citrus

Seasoned citrus growers will provide detailed information appropriate for a range of growers, focused on a diverse range of citrus production. Presenters...

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

William Strutt, "Black Thursday" (1864), State Library of Victoria, Australia.

"The three sessions will offer the Friends a chance to examine Victorian responses to the environment, with a particular emphasis on Australia. The first...

2pm
Virtual Event
Women's Basketball vs Lincoln

NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Competition. Attend the games in person or watch the broadcast online.

Monday, February 13

Engineering abstract image

Presenter: Raphaël Pestourie, Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Description: Raphaël...

12pm
Virtual Event
SP - Stakeholder Meeting with Grad Students

Join the GSA, the GSC and the Strategic Planning Committee to share your ideas for Envisioning the Future of Graduate Education. Feb 6 - Arts Feb 7 -...

Baskin Engineering logomark

Presenter: Assistant Professor Toryn Schafer, Department of Statistics at Texas A&M Description: Model development for sequential count-valued data...

4pm
Virtual Event
The Peggy Downes Baskin Ethics Lecture featuring Joy Connolly

Join us in person or virtually for a compelling lecture given by the president of the American Council of Learned Societies, Joy Connolly. A Connected...

Evaluating Offers and Campus Visit - Feb.13 at 5 p.m E2- 475 - in person

Deciding which grad school to commit to can be a very stressful decision! In this panel, students will have a chance to hear from current grads and faculty...

Tuesday, February 14

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Wednesday, February 15

Beginner Yoga For Queer Bodies

Free live and virtual yoga series taught by yoga instructor Chlore Rosen. Open to all UCSC grad students! Please bring your own yoga mat, props, and anything...

produce

Affordable organic produce from the UCSC Farm and local farmers, available to students, staff, faculty, and community members! Cash, EBT, Card, and Check...

UCSC Economic Forum Luncheon

Join us at the 2023 Economic Forum Luncheon on February 15th from 11:30-1:30. The Forum is hosted by UC Santa Cruz, in partnership with the Santa Cruz County...

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Faculty & Staff Wellness Program: Building Resiliency During Uncertain Times

During these profoundly taxing times, it is natural to feel little control. We are facing an unprecedented combination of stressors, any one of which could...

12pm
Virtual Event
Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

CAPS: Graduate Women's Group

A supportive space to realize you are not alone in struggling to juggle personal and academic demands. Common topics include: anxiety, motivation, Impostor...

Kraw Lecture: Designing Ecosystems for Education, Work, and Community Engagement

Join UC Santa Cruz as we explore the design of ecosystems to support individuals and communities in navigating a whitewater world of change. We will discuss...

5:30pm
Stream Available
Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, Book Talk

Join us at the Museum for a deep dive into Laurie Palmer's new book The Lichen Museum, in which she uses lichen as an emblem for navigating environmental and...

Drop-In Figure Drawing (Winter Quarter)

The Art Department invites the community to attend drawing classes. Drop-In Draw provides a live model and room monitor. There is no formal lesson. Only dry...

Thursday, February 16

2023 HireUCSC Career & Internship Fair - February 16th from 11 AM - 3 PM @ Stevenson Event Center

Undergraduate and graduate students and recent alumni interested in pursuing careers in all industries are welcome to attend. Get the chance to meet...

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

Writing Together

Have you noticed that a large portion of your writing happens in short bursts? So have we! Writing Together is structured, weekly writing time for graduate...

ODEI Office Hours

Join Lorato Anderson, the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Graduate Division, for help and information regarding graduate support, a...

CAPS: Graduate Men's Group

The Graduate Men's Group is a participant driven group for male graduate students to come together to discuss the challenges of grad school. To participate...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Third Thursday Sesnon Salon Series

Dean Celine and the Arts Division welcome students, faculty, staff, and the general community to come together throughout the 2022–23 year for salon-style...

Open Source Science logo

Join us in discussing how we can increase research impact through Open Source and Open Data This is a free event - but registration is required Science...

The 9th Annual UC Santa Cruz Comedy Night featuring JR De Guzman with special guest Jackie Keliiaa

A night of laughs hosted by UCSC's Asian AAPIRC, AIRC, Womxn Center, College 9 & John Lewis College Activities Office, Cowell & Stevenson Activities, SANAI...

Friday, February 17

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Going Further with QGIS (In-Person Workshop)

Join Digital Scholarship Librarian Daniel Story for this in-person workship for those with a basic understanding of QGIS who want to learn more advanced...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

Produce Pop-Up @ Porter Quad

Affordable organic produce from the UCSC Farm and local farmers, available to students, staff, faculty, and community members! Cash, EBT, Card, and Check...

Troubled Waters: The Ocean as Contested Space in Surf Culture

A presentation, community discussion, and forum exploring the history of representation and racism in surfing. This event is in conjunction with Porter...

Saturday, February 18

Grafting materials

This workshop is full. You can view our additional upcoming events to see what other workshops we are offering. Learn to graft fruit trees and go home with...

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Hank Willis Thomas and Baz Dreisinger: The Writing on the Wall

The Writing on the Wall, a collaboration between artist Hank Willis Thomas and scholar and activist Dr. Baz Dreisinger, is an installation covering the...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

Sunday, February 19

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

Tuesday, February 21

Baskin Engineering students

Join us in the Baskin Engineering Courtyard for coffee, donuts, and swag to help kick off National Engineers Week.

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Shellye Archambeau

"Unapologetically Ambitious: Take Risks, Break Barriers, and Create Success on Your Own Terms" The Diverse Voices speaker series returns for its fifth...

5pm
Virtual Event
Talithia Williams

The annual convocation celebrates the life and dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by presenting speakers who discuss the civil rights issues of equality,...

Wednesday, February 22

Silicon Valley campus

If you are interested in pursuing a career in AI, machine learning, or natural language processing, then take advantage of this opportunity to gain insights...

produce

Affordable organic produce from the UCSC Farm and local farmers, available to students, staff, faculty, and community members! Cash, EBT, Card, and Check...

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

CAPS: Graduate Women's Group

A supportive space to realize you are not alone in struggling to juggle personal and academic demands. Common topics include: anxiety, motivation, Impostor...

2023 Helene Moglen Lecture in Feminism and Humanities

After Humanism and the Nation State: More Democracy, Democracy that is More, or Democracy No More? with Wendy Brown In most accounts of dangers to...

IDP workshop - Feb. 22 at 5 p.m E2- 399 - in person

Join this workshop to receive help developing your IDP (individual development plan).The IDP creates a roadmap and fosters communication with mentors in a...

Drop-In Figure Drawing (Winter Quarter)

The Art Department invites the community to attend drawing classes. Drop-In Draw provides a live model and room monitor. There is no formal lesson. Only dry...

Thursday, February 23

tomatoes and other vegetables

As we confront the fragility of California’s water system, a crucial question emerges: how can we adapt to water scarcity without jeopardizing farmer...

People working with technology as a group

Open labs are co-working opportunities for website owners and content creators to meet with Information Technology Services staff to answer questions on any...

9am
Virtual Event
Men's Basketball Coast to Coast Athletic Conference Quarterfinals

NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Competition. Watch the live stream.

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

Men's Basketball Coast to Coast Athletic Conference Quarterfinals

NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Competition. Watch the live stream.

Writing Together

Have you noticed that a large portion of your writing happens in short bursts? So have we! Writing Together is structured, weekly writing time for graduate...

ODEI Office Hours

Join Lorato Anderson, the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Graduate Division, for help and information regarding graduate support, a...

CAPS: Graduate Men's Group

The Graduate Men's Group is a participant driven group for male graduate students to come together to discuss the challenges of grad school. To participate...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

fruit trees

A short course with Orin Martin at the UCSC Farm, Alan Chadwick Garden, and Fifth Crow Farm Course Schedule Thursday, February 23th, 5:30-7:00pm — Online...

Friday, February 24

maker space icon

Come visit the new creative/maker space in Baskin Engineering, in the basement of the Baskin Engineering building. Meet student clubs and learn about future...

Men's Basketball Coast to Coast Athletic Conference Semifinals

NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Competition. Watch the live stream.

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Baskin Day's version of BE25 box

Baskin Day is a student-run event to celebrate the efforts of students and professors in the Jack Baskin School of Engineering by showcasing student...

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

Produce Pop-Up @ Porter Quad

Affordable organic produce from the UCSC Farm and local farmers, available to students, staff, faculty, and community members! Cash, EBT, Card, and Check...

Men's Basketball Coast to Coast Athletic Conference Semifinals

NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Competition. Watch the live stream.

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

Get off the beaten path, stand on the highest peaks, ski the steepest slopes, and be a part of the gripping adventures waiting for you at this year's Banff...

"Pipeline" by Dominique Morisseau

A mother’s hopes for her son clash with an educational system rigged against him in Dominique Morisseau's Pipeline. Learn more at...

Saturday, February 25

fruit trees

A short course with Orin Martin at the UCSC Farm, Alan Chadwick Garden, and Fifth Crow Farm Course Schedule Thursday, February 23th, 5:30-7:00pm — Online...

Men's Tennis vs Cal Lutheran

NCAA Division III Men's Tennis Competition

image of a cartoon banana slug with brown curly hair and a red bow, standing on an indoor stage at a podium, next to a black practical activism banner and a number "20" with the 0 being the conference's fist logo

Join us for the 20th Annual Practical Activism Conference! Practical Activism is a free day-long conference featuring speakers, performances, interactive...

Coast to Coast Athletic Conference

NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Competition. Attend the games in person or watch the broadcast online.

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Hank Willis Thomas and Baz Dreisinger: The Writing on the Wall

The Writing on the Wall, a collaboration between artist Hank Willis Thomas and scholar and activist Dr. Baz Dreisinger, is an installation covering the...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

Norris Center Art and Research Symposium

Join us for the Norris Center Art and Research Symposium ! Dr. Frick is Chief Scientist at Bat Conservation International and an Associate Research Professor...

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

Get off the beaten path, stand on the highest peaks, ski the steepest slopes, and be a part of the gripping adventures waiting for you at this year's Banff...

"Pipeline" by Dominique Morisseau

A mother’s hopes for her son clash with an educational system rigged against him in Dominique Morisseau's Pipeline. Learn more at...

Sunday, February 26

fruit trees

A short course with Orin Martin at the UCSC Farm, Alan Chadwick Garden, and Fifth Crow Farm Course Schedule Thursday, February 23th, 5:30-7:00pm — Online...

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

jackie sumell: Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers

Flowers For Incarcerated Mothers is an art and garden project made in collaboration with artist jackie sumell and over two dozen mothers who are...

"Pipeline" by Dominique Morisseau

A mother’s hopes for her son clash with an educational system rigged against him in Dominique Morisseau's Pipeline. Learn more at...

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

Get off the beaten path, stand on the highest peaks, ski the steepest slopes, and be a part of the gripping adventures waiting for you at this year's Banff...

Monday, February 27

Valarie Kaur

Together we are forging new futures so that our communities are sustained and thriving. This labor of love often looks external: Changing the material...

Tuesday, February 28

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Between Descendants and Ancestors: Indigenous Stories for a Future

This screening series assembles recent works by Indigenous filmmakers that examine a range of speculative, dystopian, and hopeful futures. Featured artists...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Wednesday, March 1

produce

Affordable organic produce from the UCSC Farm and local farmers, available to students, staff, faculty, and community members! Cash, EBT, Card, and Check...

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Ornament and Abolition

What are the relations between abolition and the cinematic archive? Explore these questions through a rotating series of excerpts and full-length short...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

CAPS: Graduate Women's Group

A supportive space to realize you are not alone in struggling to juggle personal and academic demands. Common topics include: anxiety, motivation, Impostor...

Drop-In Figure Drawing (Winter Quarter)

The Art Department invites the community to attend drawing classes. Drop-In Draw provides a live model and room monitor. There is no formal lesson. Only dry...

Thursday, March 2

Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/ Ashes Ashes

The hundreds of photographs which compose Degrees of Visibility chart the proliferation of jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States....

Ornament and Abolition

What are the relations between abolition and the cinematic archive? Explore these questions through a rotating series of excerpts and full-length short...

Sky Hopinka: Seeing and Seen

Sky Hopinka’s visually striking and linguistically rich films, photographs, and poetry, explore the layered nature of contemporary Indigenous experience. A...

Writing Together

Have you noticed that a large portion of your writing happens in short bursts? So have we! Writing Together is structured, weekly writing time for graduate...

ODEI Office Hours

Join Lorato Anderson, the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Graduate Division, for help and information regarding graduate support, a...

CAPS: Graduate Men's Group

The Graduate Men's Group is a participant driven group for male graduate students to come together to discuss the challenges of grad school. To participate...

Gaining Perspective, Winter 2023 Eloise Pickard Smith exhibit

Six years. 4,121 streets. Angelica Glass walked the entire County of Santa Cruz, learning photography as she went. We are excited to bring you a story of...

Friday, March 3

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[This event is for Arts Division staff and faculty only and is not open to other UC Santa Cruz units, students, or to the general public.] Arts Dean Celine...