ca. 45 linear ft (57 document boxes, 12 oversize flat boxes, 1 map cabinet drawer and 369 audiotapes).
Organized into the following series: Series I, Dated files, contains Arts and Lectures event and committee meeting files arranged chronologically. Files contain correspondence, publicity information, budgets, minutes, and other materials relating to individual events and committee proceedings. Series II, Alphabetical film files, contains summaries of films shown by Arts and Lectures over the years arranged alphabetically by title. Series III, Related groups and events, contains flyers, calendars, etc. from groups such as the Santa Barbara Symphony and the Natural History Museum on related and/or cosponsored events. Series IV, Undated/miscellaneous files, contains general files on Regents' Lecturers, inactive correspondence with possible visiting lecturers and performers, undated flyers, programs, etc. Series V, Oversize, contains posters, flyers, calendars and other oversize materials relating to Arts and Lectures events, arranged chronologically. Series VI, Audio, contains open reel and cassette tapes of some Arts and Lectures-sponsored events, such as lectures, panels, interview, etc.
The collection includes individual files relating to lectures, performances, film series and other events arranged and/or sponsored by Arts and Lectures, as well as general files on press releases, calendars and programs, and other materials. The collection is arranged chronologically by academic year.
Use of the collection is unrestricted.
Service copies of audiovisual items may need to be made before viewing or listening. Please consult Special Collections staff for further information.
Cite as: [Identification of item, folder title, box number], University of California, Santa Barbara, Arts and Lectures Records. UArch 16. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
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