Below are News items in the category of Arts Library

Recess Hours in Effect Through Jan. 4

Recess hours are in effect until the beginning of the Winter quarter (Jan. 5). Read the article for details.

Using Our Computers? Don’t Forget to Log Out!

To protect your privacy as well as your IDs and passwords, please remember to log out when you are done. Read the story for more information.

Library Closure During Winter Holidays (Dec. 24-Jan. 2, 2014)

UCSB Library will be closed for the winter holidays from Wednesday, December 24 through Friday, January 2. See the story for more details.

Propose An Exhibition

The UCSB Library Exhibitions Committee is pleased to consider exhibition proposals from UCSB students, faculty, employees, and affiliated organizations.

Featured Collection Item: "Treehouse"

Featured object: Treehouse artists book by Paul Johnson

On Exhibit: The Emergence of the Bill of Rights

The Emergence of the Bill of Rights, on exhibit now in the Library, is curated by UC Santa Barbara professors Patricia Cline Cohen (History) and William B. Warner (English and Comparative Literature).

On Exhibit in the Library: Burn Cycle: Sharing Land with Wildfire

The UCSB Library and the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management have commissioned Santa Barbara artist Ethan Turpin to create an exhibition on wildfire which is on exhibit on the first floor of the Library through May 2014.

Art & Altered States at the San Miguel Residence Hall (Feb. 9 - 13).

"Altered States," the UCSB Library's exhibition of Diane Gamboa's work is on display Feb. 9 - 13, 2014 in the San Miguel Residence Hall’s Formal Lounge.

Submit Your Art to the Library's Wireless Art Network (WAN)

We are currently accepting applications from artists for the launch of our Wireless Art Network. There are no qualifications besides being a student at UCSB, and wanting to make all new work for this project.

On Exhibit in the Library: Against The Wall: Social Justice and Civil Unrest in California, 1960s-1980s

This exhibition will explore communities of color in California and their struggles for civil rights and social justice in the sixties to the eighties.