• Photo: Around the World

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    Around the World

    Captain Liz Clark is a surfer and environmentalist who made a dream of sailing the world in her 40-foot sailboat a... Read more

  • Photo: One Step Beyond

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    One Step Beyond

    A dizzying list of projects keeps STEVE AOKI on his toes—he’s a DJ, musician, remixer, producer, owner of the record label Dim Mak, and most recently, a fashion... Read more

  • Photo: Worn Wear

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    Worn Wear

    Patagonia is headed to UCSB for the final stop of its Worn Wear College... Read more

  • Photo: Warhol’s World in Song

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    Warhol’s World in Song

    Musical Snapshots from the 1960s On Wednesday, May 8, at 5:30 and 8 pm, UCSB’s Art, Design & Architecture Museum is hosting a two-set concert series of American songs that reached popularity during photographer Andy Warhol’s swinging ’60s era. The musical ensemble—which includes UCSB alum and pianist Victoria Kirsch and sopranos Suzan... Read more

  • Photo: Peace Love Ukulele

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    Peace Love Ukulele

    Take a classic Beatles tune, a ukulele, and YouTube, and what do you get? A rollicking interpretation of a sound known more for its place with hula dancers than on a rock-and-roll stage. Jake Shimabukuro’s career skyrocketed after a video of his eclectic, ukelele version of While My Guitar Gently... Read more

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    She Stoops to Conquer

    UCSB Theater and Dance presents the 18th century British comedy favorite, She Stoops to Conquer. Directed by Theater Department Chair, Simon Williams, the performance will take place at Hatlen Theatre Thursdays through Saturdays, starting February 25 to March 5. Shows will begin at 8pm on February 25 and March 3-5,... Read more

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    Land and Language

    One of the greatest poets of our time comes to UCSB to share his love of language and the land. On Thursday, February 17th at 8pm at Campbell Hall, Poet Laureate W.S. Merwin will read from his collections—including poems from his Pulitzer Prize-winning books, The Shadow of Sirius and The... Read more