Our Main Space is currently closed for exhibition installation. Come see us again starting September 17!
Be sure to check out our satellite site at Hotel Indigo in the meantime, and also read more info about our upcoming exhibition Guatemala from 33,000 km: Contemporary Art, 1960 – Present.
|Sunday:||Noon - 5 pm|
|Wednesday:||11 - 5 pm|
|Thursday:||11 - 8 pm|
|Friday:||11 - 5 pm|
|Saturday:||11 - 5 pm|
The exhibitions at the MCASB Satellite @ Hotel Indigo Santa Barbara are installed inside and outside the hotel property. Visitors are encouraged to view the current exhibition daily during normal business hours.
MCASB is a non-collecting contemporary art museum. Exhibitions at the Main Space location rotate three times annually and are typically on view for fourteen weeks. Visitors are encouraged to check the exhibition calendar to ensure a visit when the Museum is open to the public.More Info
MCASB focuses on audience development and visitor experience through four platforms of engagement: Community, Diversity, Experimentation, and Arts Outreach.More Info
MCASB membership infuses culture and community with access to stimulating exhibitions and programming, with artists, curators, and fellow members who believe that art changes lives. Help us meet our mission to provide the most compelling art of our time and continue the positive arts impact on our community at home and beyond.More Info
02 Nov, 17Upcoming
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Create a personal palette of hues, tints, tones, and shades with color expert Monika Molnar-Metzenthin and apply the color scheme on a three dimensional object…07 Dec, 17Upcoming
Join us for happy hour at Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara with signature cocktails, hands-on art activities, special DJ sets, and free admission to…14 Dec, 17Upcoming
Part of a film series, Unrest, Distance, and the Future, organized by the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA) and curated by UCSB Professor of…