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Art Gets Serious


Art and its role in education often take a backseat to fields like science and ecology, but this spring, art will get a little more academic. The first annual State of the Arts conference will be held May 19 and 20 at UCSB. All are welcome to come and discuss art programs currently underway at UCSB, as well as the importance of art in higher education. For more information, visit www.ucira.ucsb.edu.

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