MCASB galleries will be closing at 6 pm on Thursday, April 12. We will resume normal hours on Friday, April 13.
|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 membership infuses culture and community with access to groundbreaking exhibitions and innovative programming with artists, curators, and fellow art enthusiasts. 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 around the world.More Info
Illustration by Yessenia Figueroa.24 May, 18Upcoming
Join us for an artists' reception to celebrate the work of our Teen Arts Council in their new exhibition, Intro to Self. Museum of Contemporary…30 May, 18Upcoming
MCASB Associate Curator Alexandra Terry examines the idea of repetition as rehearsal and homage of source materials and direct references in the work of Cecily…03 Jun, 18Upcoming
This event will feature best-selling author Sarah Thornton in conversation with Jessica Silverman, owner of the Jessica Silverman Gallery in San Francisco. Discussing her influential…Neha Choksi, The Weather Inside Me (Bombay Sunset), 2007–10 (detail). Video installation with 9 DVDs played through DVD players with time code counters on old CRT color television sets, 1 photograph. Dimensions variable. Color, silent, 39:40 min. (synced loop). Courtesy the artist and Project 88, Mumbai.26 Jul, 18Upcoming
Travel with MCASB! Join us for our curated, luxury travel program to important art destinations at the regional, national, and international levels. From private collection visits…