Santa Barbara Timeline Mosaic Launch

Join Jana Brody for a Workshop and Community Reception
Saturday, September 29

Jana Brody, Squire Community Artist (and The Squire Foundation’s Artist in Residence Program Manager), is part of the leadership team on the Santa Barbara Timeline Mosaic project.

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Workshop and Community Reception

2:30 -5:30 PM - Free Bilingual Mosaic Making Workshop
5:30 -7:30 PM - Community Reception
723 State Street

RSVP for either event by emailing sbtimelinemosaic@gmail.com

ABOUT THE EVENT
Betsy Gallery of Elizabeth Gallery Mosaics and Project Manager, Robin Elander of Global Good Impact Consulting are hosting a free mosaic making workshop Saturday, September 29 from 2:30 - 5:30 PM. A community reception will be held after the workshop from 5:30- 7:30 PM at 723 State Street.

We will share how the community can get involved in creating the Santa Barbara Timeline Mosaic, a 50 - foot timeline mosaic of Santa Barbara's history from the Jurassic Period to modern times.

The public will be invited to purchase a personalized tile for $150 which will help raise funds to fabricate the mosaic and to offer free classes where members of the community can help create the mosaic.

MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT:
The project is modeled after London's Queenhithe Dock Mosaic, a 100-foot mosaic highlighting London's history from the Roman period to modern times. "We would like to invite residents, businesses and local organizations to help us create this local legacy art project that will share Santa Barbara's story from an environmental, anthropological, business and cultural perspective, said lead artist Betsy Gallery.

Learn more at www.elizabethgallery.com

The Santa Barbara Timeline Mosaic is a project that will be built in collaboration with the entire community, and ultimately will be an educational public art piece for visitors and residents alike for generations (500 + years) to come, once installed. Our goal is to allow people of all ages to learn about our ancient past, recent history and to inspire our future.