Friday, November 22nd 2019

National Geographic Exhibit Displays Legendary Photos

Sabrina Bui Staff Writer The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History recently opened a new exhibit in collaboration with National Geographic, displaying the best 50 photos...

Flume Takes Santa Barbara on a Trip Down Under

Ashkan Karimloo Photos by Benjamin Hurst, Staff Photographer Coming fresh from Coachella, Flume played a strong set at Casa De La Raza this past Sunday, April...

Preview: Two Chances to See “The Nutcracker” in Santa Barbara

Addison Morris Arts & Entertainment Editor Now that Thanksgiving has passed, Santa Barbara residents can look forward to two different productions of the Christmas favorite "The...

New Blend Me Tender Smoothie Shop Leaves All My Dreams Unfulfilled

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer This past school year has seen a surge in new restaurants in Isla Vista. While most restaurants stay for a few years...

Italian Pavement Painters Showcase Art on Santa Barbara Streets

Addison Morris Arts and Entertainment Editor Last weekend, Italian pavement painters, known in their native language as madonnari, put their street smarts to good use as...

The Dying Star That Shines On: Remembering David Bowie

Francisco Olvera Staff Writer On Jan. 10, a star went into supernova in our galaxy. That star was David Robert Jones, more famously known by his stage name,...

Chiura Obata: An American Modern Helps Audiences Discover a Diverse Definition of American Art

Jessica Gang Staff Writer This April, the "Chiura Obata: An American Modern" exhibit is wrapping up a four-month run at the Art, Design, and Architecture Museum...

UCSB Student Artist Madison Clarke Bridges Biology and Art

Josh Webb Although the University of California, Santa Barbara has an excellent art department, not all students who consider themselves artists are art majors. In...

MCC Gives Artists a Platform for Self-Expression at Fall Open Mic Event

Raveen Sivashanker The UCSB MultiCultural Center (MCC) held its quarterly open mic event in Isla Vista last Thursday, Nov. 29, at Biko House. Hosted by...

“Still We Rise” Distills the Immigrant Experience with a Multi-Arts Experience

Alondra Sierra For two nights, “Still We Rise: A Collaborative Performance of Art, Dance, Music, Theatre, and Poetry” played at The Art, Design & Architecture...