Online Exhibitions

 

  Lucille Lloyd: A Life in Murals

During the Great Depression, Lucile Lloyd (1894-1941) built an active career as a mural decorator. Her colorful scenes and stenciled patterns adorned the interiors of numerous homes, schools, restaurants, shops, and public buildings throughout the Los Angeles area...

 

  The Schoolhouse and The Bus

 Access ephemera collected by Pablo Helguera by scanning the QR code with your mobile device...
On Friday, November 3, 2017 Pablo Helguera led community members in a discussion that resulted in the Panamerican Address for Santa Barbara...

 

 UCSB Campus Architecture: Design and Social Change 

presents a chronological view of the planning and design of the UCSB campus, tracing architectural styles and social change through master plans, drawings, photographs, models, and ephemera from the Museum’s Architecture and Design Collection...

 

 Westmore: Making Faces for Film

George Westmore was Winston Churchill’s barber. He came to the United States and eventually settled in Chicago to found the makeup department at Selig Studios in 1917. George Westmore’s sons, Montague "Monte,” the twins Percival "Perc" and Ernest "Ern,” Walter "Wally," George "Bud," and Frank followed in his footsteps...