UCSB Library (Tower Gallery, First Floor)
On exhibit January 12 - April 2015
For the last eight years photographer and UCSB Art Professor Richard Ross has gone behind the barbed wire of American juvenile detention facilities to visually document "the inside" and gather first-person stories of incarcerated youth. For his Girls-in-Justice photography exhibition, Ross focuses on the often forgotten and misunderstood lives of girls in the juvenile justice system.
Ross will give an exhibition talk titled "Juvenile-in-Justice" on February 3, 2015 in the Library's Mary Cheadle Room (Third Floor).
Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance and Resurgence
UCSB Library Special Collections (Third Floor)
On exhibit February 10 - June 2015
Indigenous peoples of the Americas, despite struggles, have maintained and strengthened their identity. This interdisciplinary exhibition explores their cultural and political heritage, and examines the spiritual wisdom that is rooted in the practices of ancient Indigenous civilizations. The tomol, the traditional Chumash canoe, serves as a symbol of resurgence and in this exhibition as a visual metaphor for Indigenous struggles for self-determination.
Art of Science
UCSB Library (First Floor Gallery)
On exhibit spring quarter 2015
The Library will once again display the winners of the Art of Science competition organized by the Schuller Lab and The Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships at the California NanoSystems Institute. This will be the second annual competition. Please visit our past exhibitions page to see winning images from last year.