August 24 to October 22
The UCI Institute and Museum for California Art will host a ‘First Glimpse’ of The Buck Collection – an exquisite but long hidden collection of California art – at the UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts.
September 29 to February 2 - September 29
R. Luke DuBois is a composer, artist, and performer who explores the temporal, verbal, and visual structures of cultural and personal ephemera. DuBois’ method of composing is based on a fluid interaction between data, sound, and images. Conceptually...
September 29 - September 29 to January 5

The UCI Institute and Museum for California Art and the Dept. of Art hosts a ‘First Glimpse’ of The Buck Collection – an exquisite but long hidden collection of California art – at the UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts.

October 3
"First Glimpse: Introducing the Buck Collection" co-curators Stephen Barker, left, and Kevin Appel at the new collection of California paintings and sculpture..
October 14 to October 16

Join us to experience innovative dance performances by three leading Asian American female choreographers who experiment with classical and modern forms of diverse cultural traditions.

October 25

Our annual open house highlights the talents of our students and faculty.

October 26 - October 28

8 transforming actors play 100’s of characters and all the palaces, animals and fantasy characters in a devised theater performance about the 1650’s celebrity Duchess Margaret Cavendish, “Mad Madge.”

October 28 to November 3 - November 3

A week-long international exchange program with China culminating in performance open to the public.

November 3
Designed for youth educators, program directors, and community outreach coordinators in Southern California, this annual luncheon showcases examples of STEAM-based programs and research happening at UCI, strategies for incorporating STEAM concepts into...
November 7

Presented by the UCI Libraries, the fall 2018 exhibit will focus on the life of Distinguished Professor Donald McKayle, whose recent passing merits a retrospective of his life as told through his archival collection at UCI.