Events

Friday, March 1

Counterculture, Capitalism, and the Grateful Dead

The newest exhibit featuring the Grateful Dead Archive explores how the band pioneered new ways of thinking about work, about being in business, and about...

Global Photo Contest

Share your favorite photos from around the globe with your fellow Banana Slugs during the Global Photo Contest! This year's theme is Defy Imagination. This...

Pictures at an Exhibition

A series of digital photographs that Professor Emeritus Eli Hollander has collected from museums around the United States. The images show people relating to...

Don’t let a Big Disaster Go to Waste: Lessons and Opportunities for Environmental Scientists

Speaker: Dr. Kim Waddell (Director, VI-EPSCoR, University of the Virgin Islands) The seminar will focus on Dr. Kim Waddell's work related to two...

4th Annual UCSC Bioneers Conference

Come one, come all! Free and open to the public! Right Livelihood Lecture: Iván Velásquez, UN High Commissioner of the International Commission Against...

Future Garden Art & Science Exhibition

A major art and science project by Newton Harrison and his late wife and lifelong collaborator Helen Mayer Harrison, Future Garden, is now on view at the UC...

Organic Produce Pop-Up

Get low-cost organic produce from the UCSC Farm and other local organic growers. Cash, check, and EBT credit accepted

Question Bridge: Black Males

Question Bridge: Black Males by artists Chris Johnson and Hank Willis Thomas in collaboration with Bayeté Ross Smith and Kamal Sinclair, is an innovative,...

The Fusion of Art & Physics

Local artists were carefully matched with physics faculty and graduate students to work together to create new art. The idea was to challenge physicists to...

"Crowns" by Regina Taylor

Theater Arts and African American Theater Arts Troupe (AATAT) present: Crowns, by Regina Taylor. Adapted from the book by Michael Cunningham and Craig...

“In the Next Room (or the vibrator play)” by Sarah Ruhl

Set during the late Victorian era and dawn of the electrical age, this lively comedy, directed by student Sequoia Schirmer, explores how deeply human...

Friday, March 1