- UC Santa Cruz
- The Arts
Eduardo Carrillo Senior Gallery: Art Department E-103 (459-2272)
The Art Department has a small gallery in Baskin Visual Arts Room E-103. Seniors may sign up to display their artwork for a week through the Art Dept. Office. Space is assigned by lottery in the quarter prior. Watch for signs/emails posted as to the exact date and time.
Art Deptartment Mini Gallery Cases: Art Department (459-2272)
The Art Department has 3 glass cases available for Art students to exhibit their work. 2 cases are outside in the Baskin Visual Arts Courtyard, 1 case is in the Art Department Administrative Offices E-104. Students can sign up for a case for a week in the Art Dept. Office.
JB Hall Gallery and Bridge Gallery: Porter College (459-2857)
These two galleries are formal exhibition spaces on campus. A lottery system is used to determine who will use the space. Priority is given to Senior Porter College students. For non-Porter college students, you may team up with a Porter student to have a joint show to increase your chances of being selected. For more information, contact the Porter Student Activities Office, Porter Room D-143.
Lionel Cantu GLBTI Resource Center: GALA Gallery (459-2468)
Student and community artists exhibit their work in the Center’s GALA Gallery. The gallery features two, large, well-lit walls (12’w x 6’h) for displaying various media. Student shows run 4-8 weeks and allow art students to get recognition for their work. The GLBTI Center helps publicize shows and provides refreshments for opening receptions. Artists of all sexual/gender orientations are encouraged to exhibit. If you are interested in exhibiting, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dizikes Cases: Cowell College Dining Hall (459-2255)
Original student artwork may be displayed in the Dizikes cases, located in the hallway leading to the Cowell Dining Hall entrance. Contact the curator of the cases about a two-week showing via the Programs & Actitivies Office.
UCSC Women's Center: Cardiff House (459-2072)
The Women's Center Gallery is available for student art shows. Show space is reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Call the Women’s Center for more information.
UCSC Cook House (459-4008)
The Cook House is at the base of campus in a building built in the late 1800’s. They have some wall space available for artwork. They are a public office and receive thousands of visitors each years, so can only display work that is not too controversial for the masses. Call the Cook House for more information.
Graduate Student Commons at Quarry Plaza (459-1395)
Contact the Facilities Manager for more information.
UCSC Arboretum (427-2998)
The Arboretum has exhibit space and outdoor areas for exhibiting art. A proposal must be made to the Arboretum describing your event, what areas you hope to use, how many people you expect, etc. Contact the Arboretum for more information.
Oakes College: Guzman Room (459-5602)
Reservations for the Oakes College facility spaces are managed by Jill Foxen, the Assistant College Programs Coordinator. Contact her with any questions regarding the exhibits at: email@example.com
On-Campus Dining Halls & Coffee Shops
Contact the Dining Hall Manager or the Coffee Shop Manager to see if space is available for student exhibitions. More information and contact phone numbers can be found on the following websites:
UCSC Dining Halls: http://housing.ucsc.edu/dining/dining-halls/index.html
UCSC Cafes: http://housing.ucsc.edu/dining/cafes/index.html