Events

Thursday, May 9

2019 Whale of an Auction, a Benefit for the Seymour Center

Look! Bid! Win! The Whale of an Auction is an online fundraising auction and benefit for the Seymour Marine Discovery Center. Starting on May 1, 2019, the...

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...

Education and the Avant Garde: How Fluxus Artists Shaped the Arts at UC Santa Cruz

Learn how UC Santa Cruz students and faculty in the late 1960s took inspiration from avant-garde artists as the fledgling campus debated the shape of arts...

New Twists on Old Tales: 1000 Years of Handmade Books

Curated by undergraduates in The Art of the Book (a History of Art and Visual Culture course taught by Elisabeth Remak-Honnef), this exhibit examines the...

Norman O. Brown: Into the Future / an Archives Exhibit

Curated by the organizers of Norman O. Brown: Into the Future, a conference occurring May 17th and 18th at Cowell College, this exhibit presents a selection...

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...

SAP Town Hall

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs (VPAA) Herbie Lee welcomes all interested faculty, staff, students, and community members to a Strategic Academic Plan...

The Algae Society: Bio Art Design Lab

Explore the many fascinating ways in which algae plays a critical role on our planet! These diverse, beautiful, and vital living organisms are unsung heroes...

NSF Workshops presented by Dr. Holly Hapke

RSVP using provided links below. Dr. Holly Hapke is a geographer and interdisciplinary social scientist based at UC-Irvine where she is the Director of...

Digital Arts and New Media MFA Thesis Exhibition: Receivership

The Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) program presents Receivership, its 2019 MFA Thesis Exhibition. The exhibition represents the culmination of two years...

Study Abroad Program Exploration

Drop by anytime during this Program Exploration Session to discuss your study abroad interests, priorities, and needs with a Study Abroad peer advisor who...

Cal Fresh Pop Up

The Calfresh Application Assistance and Pop-Up Pantry is an event focusing on food security and nutritional wellness among UCSC graduate students. There...

NSF Workshops presented by Dr. Holly Hapke

RSVP using provided links below. Dr. Holly Hapke is a geographer and interdisciplinary social scientist based at UC-Irvine where she is the Director of...

First Steps Session

First Steps are information sessions designed to help you begin your study abroad journey. As a student, you have a variety of study abroad options and...

Jay Dolmage, Academic Ableism

This talk/discussion will address the ableist attitudes, policies, and practices that are built into higher education. It will also interrogate the minimal...

Antisemitism and the Internet: Old Hatred and New

As Ian Bogost noted in The Atlantic this week, recent events have shown that internet technologies facilitate the rapid spread of forms of bigotry and...

Grad Student Music Making Sessions

If you sing, rap, beatbox, or play an instrument, and you like to improvise, let's do that. This will be a weekly event and will occur every Monday from...

Thursday, May 9