Hello and welcome to this impromptu Artsweek section for 2012-2013’s Daily Nexus “Orientation Issue.” As you may have already deduced, Artsweek is the Nexus’s weekly arts and culture section. Every Thursday, the Artsweek staff presents the UCSB community with the latest previews, reviews and original columns regarding every kind of […]
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From now until the end of summer, Gallery 479 (in the Red Barn) will be open to students and community members for free entertaining, educational and cultural events. Collaborators in UCSB’s department of art began “Summer Projects” this year to create a space where non-art students and art students alike […]
An art show that is particularly dear to Artsweek’s heart will open this summer in Los Angeles. PixelDrip art collective’s “Six Seasons and a Movie” art show began as an art-based personal coping mechanism for fans of the much-beloved TV show “Community,” which set viewers in a tailspin when it […]
Last Friday, students and faculty visited Gallery 479 for the closing reception of the first year Studio Art graduate students’ “First Year Review.” The show was up for two weeks, and while it was open to and enjoyed by the public, the purpose and consequences of the show were far-reaching […]
Last week, “Entangled,” a new work about sibling relationships and quantum physics by playwright Lila Rose Kaplan, made its world premiere at UCSB’s Hatlen Theater. The play, which follows the intertwined stories of three pairs of siblings at a special twins-only boarding school, was produced through LAUNCH PAD in UCSB’s […]