Electronic Resource & Database Access

There will be no off-campus access to Library electronic resources and databases this Friday, November 28 from 6-10pm. Library buildings are also closed for the Thanksgiving holiday during that time.

Below are News items in the category of Exhibits

75 Years at the Lobero Theatre

An exhibit showcasing the 75th anniversary of the opening of the new Lobero Theater in downtown Santa Barbara and the beginning of Fiesta.

Best Western Books Exhibition

This exhibit featured small press books selected by the Rounce and Coffin Club of Los Angeles.

Selections from the Romaine Trade Catalog Collection

This exhibit featured catalogs, brochures, and other printed materials from the Romaine Trade Catalog Collection.

The Legacy of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

The Department of Special Collections is pleased to announce an exhibition highlighting the history of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.

Best Western Books Exhibition

This exhibit featured small press books selected by the Rounce and Coffin Club of Los Angeles.

What’s In the Wyles Collection: Non-Book Materials

On display were a selection of non-book materials covering the Civil War, Westward Expansion, and the Gold Rush in California and Alaska.

Performing Arts Collections

This exhibit featured items from the Performing Arts Collections in the Department of Special Collections.

Art Through the Mail: The Eternal Network

Co-curated by Lyn Korenic, Lydia Emard, and Barbara Millett, this collection of Mail Art was generously donated to the Arts Library by Santa Barbara tattoo artist (and former mail artist) Pat Fish.

Dressing the Text: The Fine Press Artists’ Book

The Department of Special Collections’ exhibit, Dressing the Text: The Fine Press Artists’ Book, was a traveling exhibit co-sponsored by several arts organizations in Santa Cruz county.

The UCSB Campus: From Schoolhouse to University

In the summer of 1996 Special Collections presented the exhibit entitled, “The UCSB Campus: From Schoolhouse to University.” The focus of the display was on the physical development of the Goleta campus, but also included the earlier campuses.