HAA Room Scheduling

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The rooms listed below are primarily intended as locations for academic and department events for use by History of Art & Architecture faculty and graduate students, and undergraduate student organizations for single-use meetings/events/exams or repeating group meetings by HAA students. Any ongoing, curricular-related scheduling should be directed to the Graduate Program Manager, arthistory-grad-advisor@ucsb.edu link opens in the default email client. These rooms are not available for use by nonacademic units or community groups.


Rooms 1341, 1332, 2324 and 2622 are equipped with:

  • a podium containing a Mac Mini computer, wireless keyboard and mouse, a Blu-ray player, and USB ports
  • wall-mounted or projector built-in speakers
  • dimmable lights    

ARTS 1341

Room 1341 is used primarily for instruction of large lower and upper division classes of up to 60 students. The room has high quality image projection and sound, a large mobile whiteboard, and chalkboards along two walls. Seating is movable chairs with desk arms.

ARTS 1332

Room 1332 is used for seminars (5-30 students), discussion groups, and departmental events. The room can be configured to accommodate up to 30 (with tables and chairs) or 50 (chairs only). There are two options for projection: an interactive short-throw projector and projection wall, or dual TV monitors. The room also has a large mobile whiteboard.

ARTS 2622

Room 2622 is used primarily for small to large seminars. A large conference table seats up to 14, with an additional 10 chairs around the perimeter. The room has high quality image projection and sound, a camera for remote visitors, and a moveable chalkboard. No dimmable lighting.

ARTS 2324

Room 2324 is used primarily for undergraduate survey discussion sections and seats up to 27 around tables placed in a u-shape. It has high quality image projection via two different projectors: either a ceiling-mounted projector or an interactive short-throw projector. The room also has a large mobile whiteboard.

ARTS 1245

The Image Resource Center (IRC) offers a variety of course- and research-related resources:

  • The Digital Image Lab (DIL): used for small or large (up to 25) groups for discussions, online meetings, review sessions, and more. It offers flexible seating and work surfaces, two dedicated workstations (PC and Mac), a 55” monitor, interactive projection, and whiteboards. Paneled walls allow material pinning or hanging, and movable shelves accommodate other display
  • The Center for Object-Based Research and Learning (COBRAL): used to support museum studies, architectural history, and other courses focused on learning through the study of materials. The room can accommodate up to 30 students, with ample mobile surfaces, and shelving for display. There is an adjoining temperature-controlled room for safe storage of borrowed materials, and both spaces are monitored by security cameras and alarms.
  • Scanning Stations: There are two computer workstations available on a sign-up basis, with training is provided on request:
    • Mac Station: with a large high-quality Epson flatbed scanner capable of scanning both documents (books, paper, and photos) and transparent materials (slides, filmstrips, negatives, and transparencies).
    • PC Station: with a Nikon 35mm slide scanner and a CZUR ET24Pro book scanner.

Reservations can be scheduled only during business hours.


If you are interested in reserving a department space or resource, please use the History of Art & Architecture Room Reservations form link opens a Google form to review department policies and submit a request.

For any HAA reservation questions, contact Christine Fritsch, Image Resource Center, fritsch@hfa.ucsb.edu link opens in the default email client | (805) 893-2509.