Jan
12
10:00 AM10:00

Poetry, Memory, and Childhood: Writing Workshop with Jodie Hollander

Location: Art City Gallery, Ventura, CA
Registration required. Space is limited.
Cost per participant: $50

Our language making is inseparable from our musical sense; as Duke Ellington famously said, “It don’t mean a thing (if it ain’t got that swing).” On this course we'll look at our most powerful memories, and study how to craft a musical poem by studying some of the basics of metrical and free verse poetry and investigating how sound works within the poetic line. Students will learn how to create an ear-pleasing poetry, with a special focus on tempo, pacing, crafting a line in iambic pentameter and the effective use of line breaks. More broadly, we’ll consider how sound works as a gateway to the senses and how musicality creates its own kind of meaning within a poem. This is a course for anyone who wants to make their poetic line more musical and exercises will be designed to help students draw inspiration from their own experiences, and then effectively transform these observations into powerful, singing poetry.

Suitable for all ages and levels.

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Jan
13
10:00 AM10:00

Ekphrastic Poetry: Writing Workshop with Jodie Hollander

Location: SBCAST, 513 Garden St, Santa Barbara, CA
Registration required. Space is limited.
Cost per participant: $50

Experience art at a new level and use it to inspire your writing. Internationally known poet Jodie Hollander teaches this workshop, in which participants respond poetically to exhibitions at SBCAST. Students will study examples of celebrated poems that respond to or were inspired by art. Then students will be led through a variety of writing activities inspired by the art, ultimately leading to a draft of an original poem. Students will discuss poetic techniques such as the use of vivid imagery, the importance of sonics, how to shape a poetic line as well as techniques for drafting and revision. No experience necessary.

Hollander’s poems have appeared in journals such as The Poetry Review, PN Review, The Dark Horse, The New Criterion, The Rialto, Verse Daily, The Best Australian Poems of 2011, and The Best Australian Poems of 2015. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in South Africa, a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant in Italy, a Hawthornden Fellowship in Scotland, and attended the MacDowell Colony in February of 2015. Her newest book is My Dark Horses.

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Jan
26
10:00 AM10:00

Grief & Healing Poetry Workshop with Jodie Hollander

Grief & Healing Poetry Workshop with Jodie Hollander

For centuries, creating art, and writing poetry in particular, has served as a form of healing for hurt, pain and grief. In commemoration of the one year anniversary of the mud slides that devastated so many in Santa Barbara, this workshop will explore how to make sense of our pain. We'll study and discuss examples of celebrated poems that tackle these difficult topics and discuss effective techniques for channeling our pain. Then, through a series of writing prompts, we'll examine our own experiences and turn them into poems. The course will also offer a brief introduction to meter and will consider tempo, pacing, and how to craft an ear-pleasing line of poetry. This workshop is for anyone who is interested in the incredible transformative power of poetry to heal our wounds. No experience necessary. Registration Required.


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Nov
1
5:00 PM17:00

Toni Scott Art Exhibit & Reception

Toni Scott Art Exhibit & Reception

Santa Barbara 1st Thursday featured artist

State Gallery at Youth Interactive
1219 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA

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Seeing Rural - Through the Eyes of Visiting Artists in the Cuyama Valley
Jul
26
5:00 PM17:00

Seeing Rural - Through the Eyes of Visiting Artists in the Cuyama Valley

The Blue Sky Center team invites you to join us in celebrating the completion of our first ever artist residency program in the Cuyama Valley. Generously supported by the Squire Foundation, Santa Barbara County Department of Arts & Culture, and in collaboration with Explore Ecology and the Art From Scrap Creative ReUse Store, we hosted five artist teams for five days in our five Shelton Huts on the Blue Sky Center campus, encouraging artwork made in, with, and about the Cuyama Valley communities. Just a two hour drive north of Los Padres National Forest, the Cuyama Valley is home to three unincorporated townsites and its own school district in the northeast corner of Santa Barbara County. With this exhibit, we invite the Santa Barbara community to learn more about the valley and support the arts in our rural place.

Ben Guzman and Angela Wood  || Small Medium Large Productions — Los Angeles CA

Noé Montes — Los Angeles CA

Tom Gottelier and Bobby Petersen || Designers on Holiday — Los Angeles and Oslo

Butchy Fuego — Talkeetna AK

Nicole Lavelle — Lagunitas CA

RESIDENCY FACILITATOR
Mary Rothilsberger — Palouse WA

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Guadalupe Mural Deput Community Event
Jun
24
10:00 AM10:00

Guadalupe Mural Deput Community Event

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One of the Squire Foundation’s Artists in Residence, Ruben Espinoza, will soon begin working to install a new temporary mural on the side of the former Far Western Tavern building.

The mural will be the result of a collaborative effort between Santa Barbara’s Squire Foundation Artist in Residence Program and the Dunes Center in Guadalupe with the goal of sharing public art pieces that bring the community together.

Join the Dunes Center on Sunday, June 24th as it hosts a public event to celebrate local art with the unveiling of the new mural.

The painting, designed and installed by Ruben Espinoza, will be representative of the dynamic community of Guadalupe.
Ruben Espinoza is a local artist born and raised in Santa Maria and currently an Artist in Residence with the Squire Foundation. Espinoza’s work can be found around the Central Coast and Southern California and he is known for his installations that facilitate public engagement.

Though the event for the mural’s reveal is to be held on June 24, Espinoza will start working on the mural on Monday June 18. Visitors are encouraged to come watch the mural’s progress and post photos on social media with the hashtag: #thesquirefoundationpublicart

There will also be live music and arts and crafts!

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May
21
7:00 PM19:00

Artist Talks: Shared Values, 4 Sichuan Artists & 4 California Artists

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You are cordially invited to participate in Bad Exhibition: Value in Art Artists Talk, hosted by The Squire Foundation in Santa Barbara, California on Monday, May 21st, 2018 at 7 pm. This talk will facilitate cultural and artistic exchange between Chinese and US artists. (Click here to learn more about the participating artists.)  This discussion will focus on ‘shared values’ as a form of ‘manufactured consensus’, serving ultimately to direct art markets by affixing high monetary value to artworks deemed ‘good’, and low monetary value to artworks considered ‘bad’. We discover where value may actually derive, if not top-down from high-end art markets. Perhaps a more relevant value may be found in relationship of the artwork to its creator, as part of a larger body of work, or to society, or even to present and future audiences.

While we may expect Chinese and US artists to agree on some shared values, we may discover a great deal of disagreement upon values grounded in starkly difference aesthetic ideals. These contrasting views, once discussed in detail, may reveal how Chinese artists relate to art very differently than their US counterparts. Whereas Chinese artists as a rule contextualize their creative practice within socio-political and economic systems; US artists focus on individual expression, freedom from normative controls, and innovation. What both Chinese and US artists bear in common, however, is a burdening global art market which acts upon artists regardless of their nationality. This global art market pressures artists to brand their own expression, ‘scolding’ them for lack of commitment to a single artistic medium or otherwise singularly narrow visual language.

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May
18
5:00 PM17:00

Juxtapose: An Exploration of Portraiture

For this show, Squire and The Arts Fund bring together four outstanding local female artists - Connie Connally, Sommer Roman, Lindsey Ross, and Leslie Lewis Sigler - each of whom represent mastery in their respective expressions and process. We have grouped them together at the table of one of the most important forms of artistic representation: the portrait.

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Painted Locks Activity, part of California Love Locks
May
3
5:15 PM17:15

Painted Locks Activity, part of California Love Locks

Squire is sponsoring a free community art activity in conjunction with the Santa Barbara County Office of Arts and Culture's State of the Art Gallery 2018 Exhibition, featuring sculptures made by local artists.  Come join local artist Emily Murray who will be leading the painted locks activity. 

 photo courtesy of Santa Barbara County Office of Arts & Culture.

photo courtesy of Santa Barbara County Office of Arts & Culture.

Part of 1st Thursdays on May 3rd. 5-7pm
535 State Street

"California Love Locks" speaks to the European tradition of immortalizing love by adding personal locks to a community space. The sculpture is an eight-foot-tall chain-link fence segment in the shape of California. The community is asked to add their love locks to the surface, creating a unique topography of stories, brass and nickel. Locating locks in locations on the fence segment that would be points of interest in the map of the state of California.

Follow this link to learn more about the State of the Art Gallery Exhibition. 

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Opening Reception: 70.70.70. Israeli Artists in Santa Barbara
May
3
5:00 PM17:00

Opening Reception: 70.70.70. Israeli Artists in Santa Barbara

Opening Reception and Exhibition: 70.70.70. Israeli Artists in Santa Barbara

 Ariela Plotkin, The First Born, 2013

Ariela Plotkin, The First Born, 2013

Thursday, May 3rd 5:00 -8:00 pm
SBCAST, Studio D & E

Multiple Video artists' projections and works by Sally Krysztal Kramberg.

For the month of May, SBCAST hosts two Israeli artists in residence as part of the 70.70.70 exhibition. 

  • Sally Krysztal Kramberg, painter, video and performance artist, May 1-13.  Sally Krysztal Kramberg, lives and works in Tel-Aviv. Her work has been in museums and galleries from Israel to London, Los Angeles to Miami. Her work is edgy and interesting, with commentary on life that resonates with many. Her exhibition is titled: CHARIVARI, a look behind the circus.
    • Lecture: May 8th, 5:00-6:00 pm, with reception. 
    • Performance Piece: Saturday May 12, 6:00-7:00 pm, with reception.
  • Hila Laiser-Beja, metal and welding artist, May 14-29.

70.70.70. is a three-galleries exhibition of the works of Contemporary Israeli Artists, celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the State of Israel. Each gallery will have a selection of Israeli artists, curated by Sagi Rafael of Tel Aviv and Los Angeles, and Lynn M. Holley, of Santa Barbara. It is sponsored by the Squire Foundation.

 Liav Mizrahi, Untitled 3 (After Nahum Gutman), 2017, watercolor and drawing on paper, 29x21 cm

Liav Mizrahi, Untitled 3 (After Nahum Gutman), 2017, watercolor and drawing on paper, 29x21 cm

During the course of this multi-venue exhibition, lectures and artists talks will take place by various experts including, but not limited to, Israeli curator Sagi Refael. Dates, time and venues to be announced.

70.70.70 aims to expose the fascinating, innovative and less known scope of current artistic creations by Israeli artists. The exhibitions are initiated and curated by Sagi Refael, an Israeli art historian, author, curator and owner of Israeli Art in Los Angeles, and by  Lynn M. Holley, writer, resident curator at SBCAST and Art@theJCC, co-manager of GraySpace Gallery, and founder and director of the 3-Minute Film Festivals.

 Ohad Matalon, Desert View,  2011, 42x52 cm

Ohad Matalon, Desert View,  2011, 42x52 cm

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Jodie Hollander Chicago Book Tour
Apr
24
7:00 PM19:00

Jodie Hollander Chicago Book Tour

This April, Jodie will be in Chicago for four readings and signings for her recently released collection of poetry, My Dark Horses.

Jodie Chicago readings

About Jodie Hollander

Jodie Hollander (a Squire Foundation Artist in Residence Alum) was raised in a family of classical musicians. Her work has appeared in publications such as The Poetry Review, The Dark Horse, The Rialto, Verse Daily, The Warwick Review, The Manchester Review, Australia’s Best Poems, 2011, and Australia’s Best Poems of 2015. Her debut pamphlet, The Humane Society, was released with Tall-Lighthouse in 2012. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in South Africa, and was awarded a MacDowell Colony fellowship in 2015.

From My Dark Horses

My Dark Horses

If only I were more like my dark horses,
I wouldn’t have to worry all the time
that I was running too little and resting too much.
I’d spend my hours grazing in the sunlight
and taking long naps in the vast pastures.
And when it was time to move along I’d know;
I’d spend some time with all those that I’d loved,
then disappear into a gathering of trees.

If only I were more like my dark horses,
I wouldn’t be so frightened of the storms;
instead, when the clouds began to gather and fill
I’d make my way calmly to the shed,
and stand close to all the other horses.
Together, we’d let the rain fall round us,
knowing as darkness passes overhead
that above all, this is the time to be still.

Jodie Hollander

Click here for more information on My Dark Horses by Jodie Hollander.

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CRAV: Artful Sensations Featuring Linda Stein
Mar
22
5:30 PM17:30

CRAV: Artful Sensations Featuring Linda Stein

FEATURED ARTISTS/ENTERTAINMENT INCLUDE:

  • Linda Stein (Squire Artist in Residence) and her "Fluidity of Gender" exhibition on view with her body armor sculptures available to try on
  • Nicole Berry (Squire Community Artist) photo booth for posing with the Body Armor
  • Carl Sutton's vermouth available for tasting
  • Acetones A Capella from UCSB
  • Transgender live transformation with Vivian Storm
  • Vivian Storm Drag Queen performance
  • Portrait sketch artist
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    Enjoy this video from last year's CRAV event!

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    Mar
    16
    to Mar 17

    GOLDEN Lecture and Workshop

    • Goleta Valley Community Center (map)
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    Lecture: Friday, March 16th, 5:30–7:30 PM
    Hands-on Workshop: Saturday, March 17th, 10 AM – 5:30 PM

    Location: Goleta Valley Community Center, 5679 Hollister Ave., Goleta, CA 93117

    FEE: $10.00 for the Friday talk; $75.00 for the Saturday workshop.
    Make checks payable to AAC. Send checks to: Golden Workshop/s ATTN: Michael Marzolla, 1265 Ferrelo Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93103 with a memo including their contact information (Email and phone).

    Deadline for application: Monday, March 12, 2018.

    The lecture and workshop, on separate nights, will be led by Golden Representative Christina Ramos (www.christinaramosart.com). There will be space for up to 25 people at the lecture and 15 people for the Saturday workshop. The workshop will have five surface projects. All the materials are provided, which includes all drawing materials with the exception of brushes, water containers, paper towels, Golden High Flow and Fluid paint, and the five substrates, each pre-prepped with either Micacious Iron Oxide, Molding Paste, Crackle Paste, Fiber Paste, or Glass Bead Gel (this one is optional).

    Participants are asked to bring a bag lunch as there will be a working lunch.

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    Opening Fluidity of Gender: Sculptures
    Mar
    8
    5:00 PM17:00

    Opening Fluidity of Gender: Sculptures

     670 Arrow Knight

    670 Arrow Knight

    In partnership with the Squire Foundation, SBCAST is proud to host The Fluidity of Gender: Sculpture by Linda Stein, a traveling multi-media solo exhibition that has traveled to more than twenty-four museums and universities around the country.

    SBCAST
    513 Garden Street
    Santa Barbara, CA 93101

    Exhibit on view March 8 - April 26 in Studio D and E

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    Santa Barbara International PuppetPalooza
    Mar
    1
    to Mar 4

    Santa Barbara International PuppetPalooza

    Puppets in Paseo: Kick Off Party

    Bring the whole family for an evening of crazy puppet fun! Giant bubbles, puppet videos, jugglers, puppet selfies, puppet memorabilia, and more! As we celebrate the kick off of two months of puppetry mayhem, we'll pay a special PuppetPalooza tribute to the whole KEYT News Channel 3 team for their incredible coverage of the Thomas Fire & aftermath, and John Palminteri will report with his newest sidekick – the John Palminteri puppet! Light refreshments and beverages will be served.

    Sat, Jan 27
    4:00pm - 7:00pm
    PuppetPalooza Central
    651 Paseo Nuevo #301

    CAW: Thingumajig's Giant Puppet Workshop

    Program Description: A 2-week giant puppet workshop, puppet maker and performer Thingumajig Theatre directors Andrew and Kathy Kim will lead a group of local artists through all the stages of making giant street puppets, from concept to design.

    Sat, Feb 17
    4:30pm - 9:30pm
    Community Arts Workshop
    631 Garden St.

    Pacific Southwest Puppet Fest 2018

    The "Pacific Southwest Puppet Fest 2018" will be held March 1-4, in Santa Barbara, California! It will run concurrently with the Santa Barbara International PuppetPalooza festival, with exciting events spanning all 4 days!

    Thu, Mar 01
    4:00pm - 7:00pm
    Fess Parker Resort
    633 E. Cabrillo Blvd.

    Casa de la Guerra: Celebration of Families/Celebración de las Familias FREE FAMILY EVENT

    A FREE evening of puppetry fun to launch the festival, with Snook the Eco Sloth, strolling performers, musicians, food, and more!

    Fri, Mar 02
    6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Casa de la Guerra
    15 E. De la Guerra St.

    Marjorie Luke Theatre: The Muppets Take Santa Barbara

    Join a cast of Muppet characters for an evening of improvised mayhem, story-telling, interviews, exclusive footage and musical muppetry madness!

    Fri, Mar 02
    6:30pm - 8:00pm
    Marjorie Luke Theatre
    721 E. Cota St.

    SBCAST: Puppetopia featuring Brian Hull's "Kaytek the Wizard" & Yulya Dukhovny's "A Real Elephant"

    A family-fun event! Get swept up in the magic of puppetry in a day full of stiltwalkers, face painting, bubbles, sock puppet workshops, and more! Kid-tastic puppet shows will play throughout the day, including multiple showings of Microscope Toy Theatre's "A Real Elephant", Brian Hull’s “Kaytek the Wizard,” and other surprise acts to come.

    Sat, Mar 03
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    SB Cast
    513 Garden St.

    Marjorie Luke Theatre: Manuel Moran's “La Cucarachita Martina/Martina, The Little Roach”

    Join a little roach on her journey to find true love in a bilingual rock 'n' roll musical, presented simultaneously in English and Spanish.

    Sat, Mar 03
    10:30am - 12:00pm
    Marjorie Luke Theatre
    721 E. Cota St.

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    Giant Puppet Making Workshop with Thingumajig Theatre
    Feb
    17
    to Feb 28

    Giant Puppet Making Workshop with Thingumajig Theatre

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    Dates: Feb: 17-28*
    *Mondays are off. 
    It is not necessary to come to every single day, but the more you come the more you'll learn!

    Location: SBCAST, 513 Garden Street, Santa Barbara

    Time: 4:30 - 9:30 PM on each program day with a grub break. Times may change slightly based on the availability of the group.

    The group will be building one to several large-scale puppets to perform in Puppetpalooza March 1- 4 and for other local festivals and events.

    Program Description:

    In a 2-week giant puppet workshop, puppet maker and performer Thingumajig Theatre directors Andrew and Kathy Kim will lead a group of local artists through all the stages of making giant street puppets: from concept to design.

    The class will focus on the following learning outcomes:

    • The advantages and disadvantages of certain material choices.
    • How to scale drawings, research images, colors and designs.
    • Sculpture techniques and what details makes an effective puppet
    • Use bamboo, aluminum, nylon tubing and foam for puppet design elements
    • How to sculpt with foam for hands, horns or other appendages.
    • How to rig puppets so they have effective and ergonomic movement.
    • How to make costumes and show how we make choices which are effective but also practical for a puppet which can last for years.
    • Painting techniques which help to bring the puppet to life.
    • Instructors will work with the participants to teach giant puppet movement techniques to animate all type of puppets and masks

    Registration Policy:  No refunds will be made for participants who can not attend, though registration is transferable.

    About the Workshop Instructors: Thingumajig Theatre (Kathy and Andrew Kim) make and perform giant puppets for plays, street theatre and parades. They have a wide range of puppets from a mechanical hippopotamus, a giant chicken and birds with 5 metre wing span. While based a small town in the north of England, their puppets have performed in throughout the UK, Ireland, Denmark, Italy, France, Luxembourg, Germany, Hungary, USA, Korea, China and United Arab Emirates. thingumajig.info/

    About Giant Puppets: Giant puppets take the captivating magic of puppets and expand them to work outside, on the streets and into fields. They create a focal point and spectacle for a parade and theatrical events and beyond. Giant Puppets are amplified masks and costumes and when created and performed with care, they can create the awe and openness necessary for an event or performance to transport the audience to another world!

     

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    Poetry Reading with Jodie Hollander and John Ridland
    Jan
    25
    6:00 PM18:00

    Poetry Reading with Jodie Hollander and John Ridland

    Jodie Poetry Reading

    On behalf of the Squire Foundation and Liverpool University Press, you are invited to Jodie Hollander’s readings of her debut poetry collection, My Dark Horses ($19.95 Liverpool University Press).

    Jodie Hollander will read from My Dark Horses at the Squire Foundation, Santa Barbara on 25th January alongside fellow poet, John Ridland, who will read from his recent collections Epitome and Epiphany and Mountain Music.

    RSVP to jana@thesquirefoundation.org for location and directions.

    About Jodie Hollander

    Jodie Hollander (a Squire Foundation Artist in Residence Alum) was raised in a family of classical musicians. Her work has appeared in publications such as The Poetry Review, The Dark Horse, The Rialto, Verse Daily, The Warwick Review, The Manchester Review, Australia’s Best Poems, 2011, and Australia’s Best Poems of 2015. Her debut pamphlet, The Humane Society, was released with Tall-Lighthouse in 2012. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in South Africa, and was awarded a MacDowell Colony fellowship in 2015.

    About John Ridland

    John Ridland taught English literature and creative writing at UCSB from 1961 to 2005. He and his wife Muriel wrote And Say What He Is: The Life of a Special Child (MIT Press, 1975). An Epitome and Epiphany, based on that story, has been recently issued from the Dowitcher Press in Santa Barbara. Since retiring he has published two books of his own poems, Happy in an Ordinary Thing and Mountain Music, and one translation from Middle English (Sir Gawain and the Green Knight) with another forthcoming, Pearl, by the same poet; and three books translated from the Hungarian poets Sándor Petöfi, Sándor Márai, and Miklós Radnóti, the latter two with Peter V. Czipott. For the Petöfi volume, John the Valiant, he was presented the Balassi Sword Award, and in 2017 he was named a Mid-Coast Literary Treasure.

    From My Dark Horses

    My Dark Horses

    If only I were more like my dark horses,
    I wouldn’t have to worry all the time
    that I was running too little and resting too much.
    I’d spend my hours grazing in the sunlight
    and taking long naps in the vast pastures.
    And when it was time to move along I’d know;
    I’d spend some time with all those that I’d loved,
    then disappear into a gathering of trees.

    If only I were more like my dark horses,
    I wouldn’t be so frightened of the storms;
    instead, when the clouds began to gather and fill
    I’d make my way calmly to the shed,
    and stand close to all the other horses.
    Together, we’d let the rain fall round us,
    knowing as darkness passes overhead
    that above all, this is the time to be still.

    Jodie Hollander

    Click here for more information on My Dark Horses by Jodie Hollander.

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    CANCELED - Louis Landon Solo Piano Concert
    Jan
    14
    7:00 PM19:00

    CANCELED - Louis Landon Solo Piano Concert

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    This event has been CANCELED due to complications from the flooding/mudslides

    Louis Landon is a composer, Steinway artist and pianist for peace. His career has taken him around the world playing a variety of styles with some of the most recognized names in the entertainment industry: classical music for Mikhail Baryshnikov on national and international tours, Latin music with "Pucho and his Lain Soul Brothers" on national and international tours, pop music with Rupert "Pina Colada Song" Holmes on television and national tours, rock and roll with John Hall, opening for "Little Feat" on national tours. For the past 28 years, through his production company, Landon Music Company, he has written and produced music for film, video, and commercials, including three ears of "best plays" and bloopers" commercials for the National Basketball Association. He has released 26 albums/CD's; his latest, "Looking Beyond the Mirror" was released on December 25, 2017.

    Louis Landon is currently working with three missions:
    1. To create a more loving and peaceful world by writing, recording and performing, music from the heart.
    2. To inspire people to live joyously and passionately.
    3. To awaken and to assist people in healing themselves through music and mentoring.

    For more information, check the Louis Landon official website: http://www.louislandon.com/
    You can create a Louis Landon Pandora station and you can listen to Louis Landon on Spotify.

    Refreshments and wine will be served.

    The Squire Foundation is located near the 101 and the 154. Address on tickets. Tickets available here:
    https://squirebenefit.brownpapertickets.com/

    No official dress code. Casual, comfortable and creative. ;-)

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    Nov
    2
    5:00 PM17:00

    WINDOW TO THE ARTS

    • 927 State Street Santa Barbara, CA, 93101 United States (map)
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    Special free event for First Thursday: artists painting in a pop-up storefront art studio. Watch through the windows or mingle with professional artists as they create masterpieces in one night of frenetic painting. This is a rare opportunity to observe the magic that becomes a great painting as these artists navigate the complexities of creating large-scale works. Works will be on view through Saturday 11/4. Hosted by Silo118 and the Squire Foundation.

    927 State Street
    5:00 PM

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