Press Archive


Lum Art Magazine, Editor's Pick: Ishi Glinsky: Upon a Jagged Maze (issue no. 6, Fall 2022, p. 47)

Ishi Glinsky: Upon a Jagged Maze -- The Santa Barbara Independent

Museum Alliance on Climate Change -- The Santa Barbara Independent

'Resistance and Progress' Review -- Santa Barbara News Press

Reviews for 835 Kings Road:

Lum Art Magazine review of 835 Kings Road (issue no. 6, Fall 2022, pp. 22–23)

Los Angeles Times -- review of MAK Center's exhibition Schindler House: 100 Years in the Making with reference to 835 Kings Road

Los Angeles Times Essential Arts weekly newsletter with reference to above review

Hedge Magazine on Mona Kuhn and 835 Kings Road

Mona Kuhn's "835 Kings Road" -- Photo-Spark

Kings Road by Mona Kuhn -- Photo Article (

Steidl : Mona Kuhn : Kings Road --

Mona Kuhn’s New Photo Series Explores Unrequited Love -- AnOther (

UCSB AD&A Museum Presents ‘835 Kings Road’ -- The Santa Barbara Independent

Mona Kuhn Turns the Past Ethereal -- Square Mile Magazine

Reviews for Harmonia Rosales: Entwined:

Intermingling Ancient Greek and West African Mythologies To Tell New Stories -- Hyperallergic

Harmonia Rosales Reimagines Classical Imagery For a Mutlicultural America in New Art Exhibit -- Noozhawk

Familar Forms, Unfamiliar Tales -- UCSB The Current

Harmonia Rosales: Entwined -- Fad Magazine


AD&A Museum Director Gabriel Ritter in UCSB's The Current: New Direction


The AD&A Museum's collaboration with the Solstice Parade is featured in the Santa Barbara Independent: Read it here


The Christine Wittle with the Santa Barbara News-Press features the AD&A Museum's collaboration with the Solstice Parade: Read it here


Josh Grega takes a closer look at the AD&A Museum's online resources in the Santa Barbara NewsPress: Read it here


Jim Logan highlights the AD&A Museum's transition to digital content during isolation on The Current: Read it here


A review of Hostile Terrain 94 by Natalie Gomez on the impactmania website: Read it here


HFA features the AD&A Museum's online exhibitions: Read it here


A review of Hostile Terrain 94 by Molly Goldstein and Lauren Vissman on the HFA website: Read it here


Chiura Obata: An American Modern shown at the Smithsonian: Read it here


A review of Hostile Terrain 94 by Charles Donelan in the Independent: Read it here


Fall 2019 exhibitions covered in Voice Magazine on September 27th: Read it here


An article in 2019 View Magazine by Ann de Forest, "Preserving a Grandfather's Legacy: The Lockwood and Elizabeth Kellam de Forest Archives at UCSB.": Read it Here


Announcement of retirement for Dr. Bruce Robertson and naming of Elyse A. Gonzales as acting director in Voice Magazine:


"Piñatas and Muses at AD&A Museum: Benavidez, Heebner, and Shelton Have Summer Shows at UCSB". A review of our Summer 2019 shows by Charles Donelan of the Santa Barbara Independent:


Announcement of the Art, Design & Architecture's participation in the 2019 UCSB Summer Music Festival (Aug. 8. 2019): Read it here


Josha Grega reviewed all of the Summer 2019 shows in Scene Magazine/sites/default/files/sitefiles/exhibitions/KIC%20Document%200001%20%282%29.pdf


An interview with artist Roberto Benavidez about his exhibit Piñatas of Earthly Delights, by Elizabeth Appraisals:


"Unrolling History: The Processing of the Claud Beelman Architectural Drawings". An essay in the Society of California Archivists Newsletter, written by archivist Julia Larson about her interns and the Claud Beelman collection that they are processing (pg 6):


"Dissonance by Design: New exhibitions at Art, Design & Architecture Museum bring new perspectives on historic works of art and architecture." A review of the Summer 2019 exhibitions by  Shelly Leachman of The Current


Roberto Benavidez: Garden of Earthly Delights, Penelope Gottlieb, and curator Silvia Perea are featured in Santa Barbara Magazine:


Josef Woodard of the Santa Barbara News Press Scene Magazine reviewed the 2019 MFA Thesis exhibition, Temporary Clash: /sites/default/files/sitefiles/SBNP%20Temporary%20Clash.pdf


UCSB Humanities and Fine Arts Departments coverage of the recent lecture by CCS alum John Nava at the AD&A Museum:


An interview with Mary Heebner, one of the featured artists in the upcoming exhibition "The Muse Project: Mary Heebner and Jeff Shelton". Click here to listen to the podcast.


A review by the UCSB Current of the MFA senior thesis exhibition Temporary Clash:


A review of Chicanismo: The Tomas Sanchez Collection by Josef Woodard in the Santa Barbara News Press:


The UCSB Current interviewed our new Architecture and Design curator, SIlvia Perea:


A review of Common Bonds: Artists and Architects on Community by Neolle Barr in LUM Art Zine:


A review of Chicanismo, by Noe Padilla of The Bottom Line


A review of Illuminated Imagination: The Art of C.G. Jung, by Charles Donelan in the Independent:


A great write up of ¡Chicanismo! by Marissa Garcia of the Humanities and Fine Arts Department:


The Architects Newspaper and Antonio Pacheco review UCSB Campus Architecture: Design and Social Change:


UCSB Humanities and Fine Arts Department interview with Sarah Bane on curating the show Prints!:


UCSB Humanities and Fine Arts Department reports on " Verbal Kaliedoscope": UCSB first Indigenious literature confrence held at the AD&A Museum.


UCSB Humanities and Fine Arts Department reviews the 2018 MFA thesis show.


Debra Harrick reviews A Care Ethic, for LUM Art Zine.


Marshall Sharpe, UCSB MFA candidate, review All Under Heaven for LUM Art Zine.


Joanne Calitri recaps the Women of Impact event for Montecito Journal.


Altered Focus by L.D. Porter re: Firooz Zahedi


Catherine Weatherly, UCSB Communications Major, reviews 2018 MFA show


The Indpendent's, Rachel Heidenry, reviews the 2018 MFA exhibition   MFA Review 


Joe Woodard, Santa Barbara arts writer, reviews the 2018 MFA exhibition!    MFA Review


Brooklyn Rail reviews The Schoolhouse and The Bus: Mobility, Pedagogy and Engagement !


UCSB alumnus spent eight years developing Obata exhbition:


Hyperallergic reviews the Obata exhibition!


Chiura Obata: An American Modern Helps Audiences Discover Definition of American Art.  Jessica Gang for The Bottomline


Seattle's International Examiner  reviews the Obata exhibition:


Joseph Woodard reviews Obata exhibition; Pacific Rim Mediator. See attached PDF here.  


UCSB Grad Students Review The Schoolhouse and The Bus for Art Practical :


Iconic mid-century Miles C. Bates house (Palm Desert) designed by Walter S. White to be restored by new owners.


Alem online from TURKEY features Jane Gottlieb Photographs France  exhibition!


Art Geek  highlights Jane Gottlieb Photographs France  exhibition!


The Schoolhouse and The Bus  exhibition is a MUST SEE in NYC!


The Brooklyn Rail, Perspectives on Arts, Politics,and Culture; Sandalwood, Stephen Westfall's work:


Click here for impactmania interview with Suzanne Lacy!


Architectural Digest's article on Walter S. White, architect


The SB Independent's Charles Donelan reviews Sacred Art in the Age of Contact


Conversation with Suzanne Lacy + Pablo Helguera, Moderated by Sara Reisman, Nov 2, 2017, Corwin Pavilion For the transcript:


Artnet News names Pablo Helguera's work, The School of  Panamerican Unrest, one of the most iconic works of the 21st century!


KCSB News interviews Elyse Gonzales and Sara Reisman for The Schoolhouse and The Bus


The SB Independent's Charles Donelan previews Pacific Standard Time


Santa Barbara Magazine's Fall Arts Preview


The Bottomline highlights PST LA/LA exhibitions


Sacred Art exhibition in LA Times Datebook


The Schoolhouse and the Bus exhibition co-curator, Sara Reisman is interviewed for M Oppenheim TV.


KCSB News interviews Sacred Art curators!


KCRW highlights Clocks and Clouds exhibition


Another Radical Bodies review, now in BOMB Magazine


Radical Bodies continues to impress NYC!


Happy 97th Birthday to Anna Halprin! And the reviews continue for Radical Bodies!


AD&A Museum Council Members, David and Sandy Wasco - host a film screening and talk about the making of LA LA Land at UCSB's Pollock Theater:


Clocks and Clouds: The Architecture of Escher GuneWardena introduced on!


The New Yorker announces Radical Bodies at Hunter College


Dance Magazine announces NYC love for Anna Halprin


Radical Bodies opens in NY, May 2017!  NY Times review:


Radical Bodies announced in NY Times


And also in The Village Voice  by Elizabeth Zimmer


Radical Bodies in The Village Voice  April 12, 2017


Interview with Professor Bruce Robertson and Dr. Matt of KCSB's Radio Occupy:


Radical Bodies at New York Public Library announced on 


LIFEFORMS: The Makeup Art of Michael WESTMORE   Trekland blog highlights!


Artist in Residence, Bari Ziperstein is one of top 20!  'These 20 Artists Are Shaping the Future of Ceramics' by Casey Lesser on Artsy, 2-23-17! 20 Artists Shaping Future Ceramics


SB SEASONS highlights Fair Trade by Bari Ziperstein


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