Events

Saturday, March 4

 2023 MESA Day Preliminary Competitions

This annual event at Baskin Engineering brings hundreds of students to campus to compete against their peers in a variety of STEM related events, from...

MESA Day 2023

This annual event brings hundreds of 6th - 12th graders to campus to compete against their peers in a variety of challenging math, science, engineering, and...

Women's Tennis vs Cal Lutheran

NCAA Division III Women's Tennis Competition

Resource Fair at the santa cruz museum of natural history

Recent weather events have impacted Santa Cruz County from the shore to the summit. Chat with local agencies and organizations addressing the challenges of...

Family Opera: Cinderalla

Audiences of all ages are invited to two free back-to-back matinee performances of Cinderella, an English translation of Viardot's Cendrillon. Written by...

First Saturday Arboretum Garden Tour

Come check out all the Arboretum has to offer on one of our guided tours! Tours will be held the first Saturday of the month from 11 AM -12 PM and cost the...

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...

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...

Remove by X: UC Santa Cruz Arts Ephemera in the 20th Century

An exhibition of posters and ephemera from UC Santa Cruz Arts and Porter College through the year 2000. The posters and ephemera on exhibition are drawn...

Remove by X: UC Santa Cruz Protests in Print

Protests in Print brings together an archive of documents, posters, and photographs of 20th-century organizing at UC Santa Cruz. From protesting the Vietnam...

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...

Family Opera: Cinderalla

Audiences of all ages are invited to two free back-to-back matinee performances of Cinderella, an English translation of Viardot's Cendrillon. Written by...

Curator Walkthrough with Rachel Nelson

Join Rachel Nelson, Director and Chief Curator, for a walkthrough of the two exhibitions, Ashley Hunt: Degrees of Visibility/Ashes Ashes and Sky Hopinka:...

UC Grad Slam Logo

Grad Slam gives graduate students three minutes to share their graduate research or creative endeavor, concisely and compellingly, with a public audience.

RUR poster

Come explore the very nature of life with the play written by Karel Capek that invented the word "robot." What makes us human? What is consciousness?...

"Pipeline" by Dominique Morisseau

NOTICE: As of February 27, the UCSCtickets.com website is down. Admission will be free for all remaining performances. See ADMISSION details below. In lieu...

Random With A Purpose XXXI

NOTICE: As of February 27, the UCSCtickets.com website is down. Admission will be free for all remaining performances. See ADMISSION details below. In lieu...

UCSC Concert Choir

Nathaniel Berman conducts the UCSC Concert Choir in this winter quarter concert. ADMISSION Attend in person.Free and open to the public.Tickets not...

Saturday, March 4