Santa Cruz-based ARRT plans summer events
How Santa Cruz’s Lili Arnold runs a successful art business from her bedroom
Why Radius Gallery’s Ann Hazels thrives on art and chaos
Artists across the county prepare to open their studios for Open Studios 2017
How Oliver ‘Tree’ Nickell overcame ups and downs and hit the big time with new album
Downtown business owner has quietly impacted the look and feel of the city
Muralist transforms walls at school and children’s clubs, with teens’ help
It’s time to get things started at Ricki Vincent’s Puppetry Institute of Santa Cruz
River arts celebration of the slow-but-steady revival of the San Lorenzo comes amid continued challenges to its sustainability
Benefit art show captures the quiet, powerful legacy of Howard Ikemoto
Remembering the late local poet Peter McLaughlin
Artist Heather Matthews of Heather Glass brings glass to life through etching and carving
How Santa Cruz hip-hop artist Ra.be is using artistic collaboration to support clean water for everyone
The late local fixture was an engineer, inventor, educator, volunteer animal rescuer, and friend to many
Behind the sleep-deprived scenes of ‘After the Curtain’ with contemporary dance star Chantel Aguirre
After more than six decades of marriage, the legacy of Santa Cruz eco-art pioneers Helen and Newton Harrison is one that neither...
Santa Cruz artist commemorates his unicycle trip to South America with foot-drawn book
Gayle Ortiz may be known for the bakery that bears her name, but she’s quietly crafted a fashion career
Local writer’s performance ‘Words Dressed & Undressed’ illuminates connection between women’s wardrobes and identity
Textile artist Jody Alexander perfects the Japanese ‘boro’ technique
How to get the best out of this year’s Open Studios
Locate the artists by number and use the handy maps in this guide to plot your Tour.
The late George Hitchcock wasn’t just a wordsmith—he was also an imaginative visual artist
With the release of his debut solo EP ‘Guest at Home,’ local rocker Henry Chadwick is getting national attention—and beating the curse...
Month-long opportunities aim to inspire with natural beauty and the permission to unplug
Nut entrepreneur Craig Olsen spills his secrets to success
Just how restrictive are the city’s downtown ordinances, really?
Arts-and-tech conceptualist Keith Muscutt’s latest Burning Man installation
A local artist’s exploration of loss and the unseen world of spirits
Guitarist William Coulter isn’t afraid to take a classical California pop approach to Celtic tradition