Isla Vista: Resistance and Progress by Marion Post Wolcott - Review in this week's UCSB Current

Marion Post Wolcott, "Entrance of Ecology Center," 1975. Photograph of hand-painted recycling barrels in front of the center.

We are pleased to share a review of "Isla Vista: Resistance and Progress by Marion Post Wolcott" written by Tom Jacobs for UCSB's The Current. Post Wolcott's photographs of 1970s Isla Vista counterculture are seen for the first time as an entire series in this exhibition.

Read more about the life of the photographer, her time in Isla Vista, and the exhibition at The Current:

The Current review - text and photo of colorful mural next to two Volkswagen cars, a Beetle and a Van.


Image 1: Marion Post Wolcott, Entrance to Ecology Action Center, black recycling barrels, Isla Vista, 1975. Type C print, 11 x 14 in. Gift of Linda Wolcott Moore: In loving memory of my mother, Marion Post Wolcott in recognition of her work and love for the Isla Vista community. Art, Design & Architecture Museum; UC Santa Barbara.

Image 2: Cover of UCSB's The Current.