September 20, 2023

Increased Frequency

Part installation, part immersive experience, FREQUENCY spins participants in a kaleidoscope of different realities.


September 15, 2023

AfroLatine Fest Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month

The event, organized by Mi Gente in tandem with Santa Cruz Art League, takes place on Mexico’s Independence Day and highlights Latinx culture
May 17, 2023

Stephen Kessler Named Santa Cruz County’s 2023 Artist of the Year

The Santa Cruz journalist, poet, editor, translator and rabble-rouser has been at it for over 50 years—and is far from finished
May 2, 2023

Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History’s ‘The Art of Nature’ Exhibit Continues

Science illustrator Sami Chang leads an interactive class outdoors
March 6, 2023

Acclaimed Author Elizabeth McKenzie Launches in Santa Cruz

The writer’s latest novel, ‘Dog of the North,’ is a quirky page-turner that finds meaning in life’s unpredictable moments
February 22, 2023

Banff Mountain Film Festival is an Annual Santa Cruz Tradition

The film festival’s 24 films showcase everything from extreme outdoor sports to environmental stewardship
January 11, 2023

Library Showcases Earliest Known Naturalist

For five decades, Point Santa Cruz’s lighthouse keeper Laura Hecox documented and collected the wonders of the environment
October 26, 2022

‘Maritime Mysteries and Monsters’ is Freaky Fun Education

Sea monster myths, formaldehyde-filled jars and the rare, deep-sea tapertail ribbonfish highlight the Museum of Natural History’s new exhibit
October 26, 2022

New Documentary Showcases Watsonville’s Annieglass

'Art of Resilience' tells glassmaker Annie Morhauser’s story and celebrates her 40-year tenure in Santa Cruz County
October 5, 2022

New Seymour Center Exhibit Makes Learning About Water Fun

‘Water’s Extreme Journey’ is designed like a game to inform visitors about the challenges local watersheds are facing
September 28, 2022

Open Studios Attracts Thousands of Arts Lovers

The annual three-week showcase features nearly 300 Santa Cruz artists who work in all mediums
August 26, 2022

Watsonville Artist’s Sculpture Heads to Burning Man

Pierre Rich’s 10-foot-tall, multi-medium palomino horse took several months to complete
August 26, 2022

Pajaro Valley Arts Starts New Chapter

Watsonville arts organization celebrates its new home at the Porter Building and opens a new exhibit
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