Jocelyn Gibbs

Jocelyn Gibbs is an archivist and architectural historian and was the curator of the Architecture and Design Collection at the UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum (University of California, Santa Barbara) from 2010 through 2018. She co-edited Carefree California: Cliff May and the Romance of the Ranch House (Rizzoli, 2012) and curated the accompanying exhibition for the UCSB AD&A Museum. She also curated “Irving Gill: Simplicity and Reform” (2016), “Art of Illusion: The Carlos Diniz Archive” (2016), and “Outside In: The Architecture of Smith and Williams,” for which she edited the catalog (Getty Publications, 2014). Prior to her work at the UCSB AD&A Museum, Jocelyn was at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal and at the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles.