Samia Halaby: Centers of Energy, edited by Elliot Josephine Leila Reichert, Rachel Winter, and Samia Halaby, examines formal and thematic relationships across bodies of work by the artist.

As the Ruth Rippon Curator of Ceramics, her duties include research into the collection, acquiring artworks for the Museum’s permanent collection, and organizing contemporary and historic ceramics exhibitions and publications.

The Department seeks applications for a pool of qualified lecturers to teach lower and upper-division lecture courses.

Upcoming Events

The Principles and Practice of Repatriation

Dr. Hugh Radde, Repatriation Coordinator, UCSB Archaeological and Ethnographic Collections

Arts 1332

  1. April 26, 2024 - 12:00pm

Enmeshed: Photography, Lace, and Women’s Labor

Beth Saunders (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

Arts 1332

  1. May 17, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm


A view of the History of Art & Architecture's Center for Object Based Research and Learning before the inaugural meeting of ARTHI 186SV: Seminar in Modern Architecture: Bauhaus in California, taught by Professor Volker M. Welter in Fall 2019. Instructors hold courses in COBRAL to teach with objects borrowed from the Art, Design & Architecture Museum and the Architecture and Design Collection for study and facilitating discussion. (image taken 9/30/19)

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