From 2016-2019, awards of up to $4,000 were given to UCSB faculty members for visual and performing art projects housed within undergraduate or graduate courses. Awardees engaged with a community partner in conceiving, designing, and executing projects that were significant to a particular community. Partners included non-UCSB community groups in Isla Vista and in the Santa Barbara region. Awards were used to seed projects for existing courses or as the basis for creating a new course with a community-engaged component.
Isabel Bayrakdarian, Music, Opera Outreach: Lucinda, a Children’s Opera
Isabel Bayrakdarian, Music, Opera Outreach Program and Tour
Isabel Bayrakdarian, Music, Opera Outreach Program
Carlos Morton, Theater and Dance, Teatro as a Tool for Teaching (Teatro Lectura)
This IHC/Division of Humanities and Fine Arts grant supported publicly engaged scholarship and arts. HFA MFA students and PhD candidates received awards of $5,000 to engage with community partners in collaborative problem-solving projects or work in community settings to stimulate public creation and discovery. LEARN MORE
This list of community-engaged projects and courses at UCSB was compiled in 2016-17 and was supported by a UCHRI Humanities Center Collaboration Grant. It is intended to serve as a resource for UCSB faculty and students who are interested in community-engaged research and teaching and would like to learn more about what types of projects have happened on campus. For inquiries about community-engaged projects, please contact IHC Associate Director Erin Nerstad.