AS Community Volunteer Foundation is happy to announce that grant applications are now open! Organizations that benefit UCSB and its surrounding communities are encouraged to apply. Applications are due February 12th, 2021. For more information, please visit covo.as.ucsb.edu or email email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
We kick off the AS Media Center’s Workshop Wednesdays series with Writing for TV & Film with Sean Lieberman. January 27, 3 to 4 p.m. Zoom link: http://bit.ly/asucsb-writing2021. STAFF, students, and faculty welcome!
Join us THIS Thursday (1/28) at 7 PM (PST) on IG for our virtual Storke show featuring DJ Jesse!
The event is free and is closed to GAUCHOS ONLY.
REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/chillseshh
Be sure to register using your UCSB email address (ex: firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com, whichever works for you).
Few artists have careers that can be best described as lightning in a bottle, but 25-year-old singing sensation Giveon is certainly an exception. In a short amount of time, the California-bred upstart has steadily risen up the ranks as one of music’s brightest young stars.
Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Phoebe Bridgers has quickly risen to worldwide acclaim. Born in 1994 in Pasadena, California, Bridgers began playing guitar and writing songs at age 11 and frequently played shows around L.A. by the time she was a teenager. In September 2017, she released her highly anticipated debut LP, Stranger in the Alps, which included the now wildly popular song “Motion Sickness”. Bridgers has gone on to accumulate more than 4.8 million monthly listeners on Spotify, collaborate with artists like Fiona Apple, Lord Huron, and Kid Cudi, appear on NPR’s Tiny Desk series multiple times — both by herself and with the Better Oblivion Community Center, the band she co-fronts– and achieve song placements in movies and on TV shows such as 13 Reasons Why. With her latest album, Punisher, receiving Pitchfork’s Best New Music title along with an impressive 8.7 rating, it’s safe to say that Phoebe Bridgers is certainly one to watch.
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Associated Students Program Board is a student-operated non-profit organization funded by lock-in fees that coordinates fun and educational events for the UC Santa Barbara community. Appointed student board members gain hands-on experience in planning, booking, advertising, and running various events ranging from intimate open mics to 12,000 capacity festivals. Some of our more well-known events include Free Tuesday Films, Storke Shows, Delirium, The Warm Up and Extravaganza.