Below are News items in the category of Exhibits

Chumash Panel to Discuss ‘Indigenous Peoples of the Americas’

A panel of three Chumash people will discuss how the Library exhibition "Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance, and Resurgence" relates to their people, 4 pm Tuesday, May 19 in the Mary Cheadle Room.

On Exhibit: Art in Prison

The Art in Prison exhibit in the Arts Library features works created by incarcerated artists.

Cast Your Vote in Art of Science Contest

Community voting is open in the second annual UCSB Art of Science Competition.

‘Indigenous Peoples’ Exhibition to Open with Chumash Ceremony (Tue., March 3, 4 pm)

The Library will celebrate the opening of the exhibition Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance, and Resurgence," with Chumash ceremonial dances outside the Library.

On Exhibit: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

The Library's newest exhibit, Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance, and Resurgence, is on display in Special Collections.

Richard Ross “Girls in Justice” Exhibit Talk: Through the Lens of Trauma

“I decided with my work I’m going to use art as a weapon.” This is how UCSB Art Professor Richards Ross began a recent talk in the Library about his photographs of children in the justice system.

Art of Science Contest Seeks Entries

The second annual UCSB Art of Science Competition is accepting submissions.

Last Chance to See 'Images of Africa'

The Library's exhibition "Images of Africa" will close on Thursday, January 29.

Richard Ross’s Girls-in-Justice Photography Exhibition Moves Students and Staff

Student Jessica Sparks offers up this review of the exhibition "Girls-in-Justice," on view in the Library's Tower Gallery.