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UCSB’s AD&A Museum will be displaying exhibitions with pieces that explore Santa Barbara through 
unique mediums, such as Fran Siegel’s “Translocation and Overlay,” (pictured above) on vellum and porcelain.
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UCSB Museum To Display New Exhibits Depicting Political Progress

UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum To Reveal Works Featuring Historical Discord

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MFA Students Debut Impressive Thesis Show

This past Friday evening, the UC Santa Barbara Art, Design & Architecture Museum opened a new exhibition called “Inside Out,” which features the thesis work of the graduating Master of Fine Arts class of 2013: Erik Sultzer, Chris Silva, Alex Bogdanov, Ryan Bulis, Sterling Crispin, Alison Ho and Tristan Newcomb. […]

UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum Displays Post-World War II Work in “Outside In” Exhibit
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UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum Displays Post-World War II Work in “Outside In” Exhibit

The UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum’s newest art exhibit, “Outside In” plans to turn architecture inside out by presenting the modernist style of Southern California-based architects Whitney Smith and Wayne Williams. Today, the on-campus Art, Design & Architecture Museum is opening an exhibit displaying the post-World War II work […]

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AD&A Museum Presents Four New Exhibits

Megan Fisher Staff Writer The Art, Design & Architecture Museum of UC Santa Barbara is currently featuring four new exhibitions that are open until mid-May. The museum opened the shows two weeks ago, displaying artwork donated by art collector and former UCSB professor Laurence Rickels alongside Andy Warhol Polaroids and […]

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Estate To Possibly Be Turned Into Museum

Last year, philanthropist, art patron and heiress Huguette Clark passed away at the age of 104, leaving behind a 23-acre estate that is now the topic of a heated legal dispute. Clark left behind two different wills, written six weeks apart in 2005, regarding her estimated $400 million in properties […]