Posts Tagged ‘Santa Barbara Quarterly Magazine’

  • Large Drypoint #3 by Marie Schoeff

    Marie Schoeff at Jane Deering Gallery

    Jan 5, 12 • Web Exclusives

    Check it out at 1st Thursday tonight Check out the first show at Jane Deering Gallery’s new space at 128 E. Canon Perdido St., featuring Santa Barbara artist Marie Schoeff with “Traces,” an exhibition of trace drawings and dry point prints....

  • Blues Music Award Winners Come to Town

    Jan 5, 12 • Web Exclusives

    UCSB Arts & Lectures‘ Celesta Billeci sure knows how to pick ’em! Several of  UCSB Arts & Lectures’ upcoming performers were nominated for 2012 Blues Music Awards, the highest honors in the blues industry.   Coming up on January...

  • Nectar is Back This Saturday Night

    Jan 4, 12 • Web Exclusives

      Artists in many different mediums reflect on the theme of “Home” in a performance that spotlights Transition House family homeless shelter this Saturday at 8 p.m. at Yoga Soup, 28 Parker Way. As Seasons Arts Editor Rebekah Altman wrote...

  • Looking for Love Under the Sea

    Jan 2, 12 • Web Exclusives

    Here’s a fun twist for the single set. Santa Barbara Maritime Museum (SBMM) hosts “Love Under the Sea,” a speed dating event with guest emcee and local journalist, John Palminteri. What could be better than chatting and snacking with cool local...

  • The Drawings of Leon Dabo On Exhibit at Sullivan Goss

    Jan 1, 12 • Web Exclusives

    Sullivan Goss – An American Gallery presents the inaugural exhibition from the Estate of Leon Dabo (1865-1960)—The Drawings of Leon Dabo, with a reception on 1st Thursday, January 5th. Leon Dabo’s progressive aesthetic sensibilities in the nineteenth...

  • January 1st Thursday Highlights

    Dec 31, 11 • Web Exclusives

    January 5th is 1st Thursday, an evening filled with FREE art, culture, music and fun, including more than 25 cultural art venues eager to show off exciting new exhibits, welcoming artist receptions, intriguing demonstrations and energetic live music....

  • Live Oak Music Festival Features James McMurtry, Carolyn Wonderland and John Doe

    Dec 30, 11 • Web Exclusives

    The first performers have been booked for the Live Oak Music Festival June 15-17 and tickets are now on sale. James McMurtry, legendary Austin, TX singer-songwriter (and son of acclaimed author Larry McMurtry) takes the stage on Saturday evening.  ...

  • Continua in Light

    Westmont Art Museum Shines with “Continua in Light”

    Dec 29, 11 • Education, Fine Art, Galleries, Local Life, To Do

      Two Bay Area artists explore illumination and movement in a new video installation, “Continua in Light,” at the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art January 12 through February 18. Cheryl Calleri and Thekla Hammond will be at the free, public...

  • Tales From the Tavern Celebrates 10th Anniversary with 10 Concerts

    Dec 28, 11 • Web Exclusives

    First Show Will Be Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Richie Furay Tales of the Tavern will celebrate  the 10 Year Anniversary of Tales from the Tavern with 10 Concerts spread out throughout the year, beginning Feb. 1 with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Richie Furay,...

  • Candy Cane Train Kids

    There’s Still Time to Ride the Candy Cane Train

    Dec 22, 11 • Web Exclusives

      Visit the Goleta Depot to ride this special version of the “Polar Express” each day throughout the holiday season. It may not travel through the Arctic, but this festive miniature train has been a fun ride for kids and parents for the past 23...