Posts Tagged ‘art’

  • Datebook Seasonal Events for July

    Jun 1, 11 • Datebook, To Do

    July 20, 7:30 p.m. and 22, 8:30 p.m. Ziegfeld Girl (1941) Following the lives of three Ziegfeld girls played by Judy Garland, Lana Turner, and Hedy Lamarr, this film gives a dose of Forties sentimentality to the “Gotta Sing! Gotta Dance!—The Great...

  • James Van Arsdale at Left Coast Books

    May 16, 11 • To Do, Web Exclusives

    Mixed-media sculptor-installation artist James Van Arsdale’s latest exhibit, “Everything You Hear is True,” is on view through July 2 at Left Coast Books. We peeked in on the gallery opening on Friday. James is one of the local artists who share...

  • David Gallup’s Channel Island Exhibit

    May 11, 11 • Galleries

    David Gallup started with one painting, and now he’s done over a hundred! In the course of six years this artist created a full exhibit dedicated to the natural beauty of the Channel Islands National Park and Marine Sanctuary. The exhibit, set to run May 21...

  • 1st Thursday Art Walk

    May 4, 11 • Datebook, Web Exclusives

    We’ve already gotten into May and you know what that means: the 1st Thursday Art Walk! An evening of art and culture centered around lower State Street, this free event opens visual and performing arts venues for everyone to enjoy. There’s sure to be...

  • Downtown Art & Wine Tour-Now this sounds fun!

    Apr 21, 11 • Datebook, Explore SB, Galleries, Wineries

    Tickets go on sale May 2 for the 2011 Downtown Santa Barbara Art & Wine Tour on May 26 from 5:30-9:30 p.m. Don’t miss this popular downtown event where participants enjoy a self guided tour of downtown venues prepared with a logo wine glass in hand...

  • Nell Campbell’s “Duck Blinds: Louisiana” at Jane Deering Gallery

    Apr 18, 11 • Galleries, Web Exclusives

    Photographer Nell Campbell currently has an exhibit at the Jane Deering Gallery in downtown Santa Barbara. The exhibit, open through April 30, included an artist talk with poetry readings. We stopped by to check it out. The exhibit, entitled “Duck Blinds:...