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Wednesday, November 02nd, 2016 | Author:

FUNK ZONE PODCAST SET TO CELEBRATE 100 EPISODES WITH LIVE SHOW Nov. 18, 2016 fundraiser also benefits Slingshot

Santa Barbara, CA – On Friday, November 18, show creator Ted Mills will host the 100th episode of his popular arts interview podcast, The FunkZone Podcast, as a live event at live-work-art space, SBCAST.

Ted Mills has spent the last two years interviewing artists and creative people from Santa Barbara and beyond, in hour-long conversations about art and life and “why artists do what they do.” Even with limited promotion, the show has steadily grown, earning up to 250 listeners a day. Eighty percent of the audience comes from the United States (and 30 percent of those from the tri-county area). The FunkZone Podcast is doing its part to help Santa Barbara’s art scene become known nationally and internationally.

Previous guests have included: painters Jeremy Harper, Jill Sattler, Julie B. Montgomery, and Derek Harrison, musician Parry Gripp, artists R. Nelson Parrish and Nancy Gifford, curator Frank Goss, and many more, including authors, restauranteurs, comedians, directors, poets, and photographers.

The Live 100th Episode show will be presented in a talk show format, with surprise guests, music, and special video presentations. A silent auction will offer deals in art and in culture, while food, wine, and beer will be on sale.

Proceeds of the show will go to Slingshot, a 501c3 non-profit that gives artists with developmental disabilities a chance to create work, and SBCAST will be devoting one of its galleries that night to display and sell their art.

This promises to be a major night as Ted Mills looks back on the 100 plus guests he’s had on the show, how he’s created a historical record on the state of the arts in and around Santa Barbara, and raises money to take the show to the next level in the coming year.

For more info on the podcast, go to www.funkzonepodcast.com or search for funkzone on iTunes’ podcast channel or wherever you find your podcasts.

General tickets are $20 each and includes one free drink. VIP Sponsor Ticket is $100 and includes entry, food & drink for the evening and Funk Zone Podcast and Slingshot souvenirs! The EventBrite ticket page also includes a donate space for those who can’t make the evening, but would like to help financially.

Calendar Listing:

The FunkZone Podcast’s 100th Episode Live Show and Celebration Where: SBCAST, 513 Garden St.
When: November 18, Friday, 6 – 9 p.m.
Cost: $20 regular / $100 VIP / kids under 15 get in free

Tickets available at: www.funkzonepodcast100.eventbrite.com Press Inquiries Contact: tedmills@gmail.com or (805) 895-4897

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Ted Mills

Writer – Director – Host

The FunkZone Podcast

Cell.805.895.4897

tedmills@gmail.com

Also on Twitter @tedmills

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Tuesday, February 24th, 2015 | Author:
Friends of VADA presents THE VADA DRAW: RAIN DANCE
Original works by local artists and celebrities are up for grabs in the second annual “VADA Draw”, a fundraiser for Santa Barbara High School’s Visual Arts & Design Academy (VADA). Each ticket buyer will choose a work of art to take home, without knowing who created it. Will it be a piece by a well-known professional artist, a gifted VADA student, or a prominent community supporter? That just adds to the fun.
Current list of participating artists: Whitney Abbot-Brooks,  Terrie Adden,  Jesse Alexander,  Beth Amine,  Diane Arnold,  R. Anthony Askew,  Donna Ayscough,  Hilary Baker,  Erin Balint,  John Baran,  Angela Beardon,  Susan Belloni,  Matti Berglund,  Kit Boise-Cossart,  Bud Bottoms,  Stacie Bouffard,  Katlyn Briggs,  Daniel Barnett,  Calico Brown,  Lynona Cannon,  Roy Cannon-Berg, Sarah Carr,  Theresa Carter, Melissa Compton,  Simon Copas,  Neil Crosbie,  Lloyd Dallett,  Colleen Darling,  Rodger Dawson,  Tom DeWalt,  David J. Diamant,  Rick Doehring,  Paul Dore,  Catherine Duboc,  Karen Folsom,  Ellie Freudenstein,  Betsy Gallery,  Rosemarie C. Gebhart,  Suzanne Gibbs,  Diane Giles,  Kevin Gleason,  Jane Gottlieb,  Skye Gwilliam,  Diana (Dolly) Hancock,  Jeremy Harper,  Tom Henderson,  Russ Hennings, Ray Hunter,  Sarah Iuele,  Shannon Jaffe,  Stephanie Jamgochian,  Colleen Kelly,  Cindy Kennedy,  Louise Komp,  Maren Lambe,  Julia Laraway,  Pamela Larsson Toscher,  Rod Lathim,  Megan Leal,  Karen Lehrer,  Jennifer Lemay,  Dan Levin,  Jill Littlewood,  Holly Mackay,  Laurie MacMillan,  Madagascar,  Itoko Maeno,  Diane Maler,  Thomas Mann,  Thomas Mann,  Sharon Marro,  Derek Mast,  Tajo McBournie, Syd McCutcheon,  Charice Morel,  Sharon Morrow,  Brad Nack,  Juliana Nania,  Jami Joelle Nielsen,  Judy Nienow,  Warner Nienow,  Judy Nilsen,  Billy O’Malley,  Fabian Ojeda,  Pali-X-Mano,  Kendall Pata, Wallace Piatt,  Carole Plantier,  Chris Potter, Peter Price,  Mary Price,  Kathleen Remy,  Ron Robertson,  Josie Rodriguez,  Karin Shelton,  Sheryl Shroeder,  Elena Siff,  Garrett Speirs,  Ginny Speirs,  Tom Stanley,  Mary Stanly,  B.J. Stapen,  Rebecca Stebbins,  Karen Strickland,  Josephine Tournier-Ingram,  Robin Tripaldi,  Malaya Tuyay,  Dug Uyesaka,  Anna Vaughan,  Tina Villadolid,  Tania Viscarra,  Ralph Waterhouse,  Dorene White,  Peter Worsley,  Ellen Yeomans,  Pamela Zwehl-Burk
$150 ticket includes: Entry for two, drink token, food/music, plus and original work of art. More ticketing options are available, including underwriting opportunities. For more information & to purchase tickets, call 805-966-7101 ext. 5055, or click the link below:

http://vada.givezooks.com/events/copy-of-the-vada-draw-2015-rain-dance

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Monday, August 06th, 2012 | Author:

I’ve been holding back on this one until the craziness of Fiesta was over. Hopefully you saved some energy for this Saturday, which has the serious possibility of being the biggest local art event of the year. I wouldn’t be exaggerating if I said that last year’s event was a mad house. I paid extra for the early admission, and it was worth every penny. Not only did it go to a great cause, but I ended up with one of my most treasured pieces in my art collection.

Get there early. See you there.

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Tickets On Sale – NOW!

ONS Gallery
Click Here To Purchase Tickets
Join Us for a “One Night Stand”

 What: 21st Anniversary fundraising event for
Art From Scrap, a program of Explore Ecology

When: Saturday August 11, 2012 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
General Entry 7:00 pm
Preview Early Entry 6:30 pm

Where: Gallery 27 at Brooks Institute of Photography
27 East Cota Street, Santa Barbara, CA

Cost: General Entry $25 before event/ $30 at the door
Preview Early Entry $100 before event/$125 at the door

For All Event Information:  Click Here

Artists who have accepted our invitation for this year include:
Laddie John Dill, Charles Arnoldi, Ann Hamilton, Jeff Bridges, Gail Pine, Rick Garcia, Penny Mast McCall, David Florimbi, Mary Heebner, John Nava, Nicole Strasburg, Robert Dycus, Meredith Brooks Abbott, Brad Nack, Rob Reger, Leslie Lewis Sigler, Keith Fishman, Seyburn Zorthian and many more……. Click here to see all of the 2012 ONS artists
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Monday, November 28th, 2011 | Author:

I suppose it is only natural that we go weeks without a big art event in town and then you have 20 in one week. This particular week is one of the latter, with the following two events on Wednesday. Then a great big holiday 1st Thursday the next day (more on that to come soon). And then Friday is Brad Nack’s annual Reindeer Show at Roy (more to come on that as well). Might I make a plea to those in control for spreading things out throughout the month, I’m just saying… I’d really like to make it to attend all these events (just look at these pots!), but a guy can only do so much.

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ECAA AND CABANA HOME ANNOUNCES AN EXHIBITION OF NOTED POTTER: 

Adam Silverman: New Pots

November 30, 2011 to January 14, 2012
  
Artist Talk and Opening Reception
to follow:

This Wednesday, November 30
6-8pm
CABANA HOME
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
111 Santa Barbara Street

Cabana Home, in collaboration with Edward Cella Art + Architecture, announces a solo exhibition for noted contemporary Los Angeles based potter, Adam Silverman. The exhibition presents a new collection of hand thrown pots with explosive, experimental glazes that epitomizes Silverman’s distinctive aesthetic connecting ancient and modern sensibilities.

The deceptively and modestly, self-described potter is widely recognized for his experimental glazes that are developed and refined through a series of extensive tests. Each pot is enveloped by richly glazed textures of ashy scars and mottled lava-like surfaces. In some cases, Silverman grinds down their surfaces to expose the bubbles and lacy patterns underneath revealing the chemical process of fire reacting to the minerality of the glazes and clay. This new body of work engages the viewer through an experimental journey of process and time, trekking through traditional and personal, improvisational techniques that are a counterpoint with the vessel’s highly considered, modernist inspired silhouettes. Each work bridges the past and present simultaneously in one artefact.

Trained as an architect, Silverman is currently the studio director of Heath Ceramics, a 62 year old California maker of dinnerware and tile. Just this fall alone, Silverman was engaged by the Santa Monica Museum of Art to design the installation for the retrospective of iconic Ojai resident and ceramicist, Beatrice Wood: Career Woman. Additionally, Silverman was commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to create a limited edition, commemorative vessel celebrating the museum’s Pacific Standard Time exhibition California Design, 1930-1965: “Living in a Modern Way.”

silverman cabana
Stoneware Pot, #1, 2011, Stoneware, 12 x 6 inches
Photo Credit: Katrina Dickson

HOURS: 
Monday through Saturday,
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

CONTACT: 
Steve Thompson  

(805) 962-0200
steve@cabanahome.com

Edward Cella  

(323) 525-0053
director@edwardcella.com

For images, please contact Edward Cella at: director@edwardcella.com

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5×5 Invitational

Westmont Museum of Art

November 30 – December 16, 2011
Reception Wednesday, November 30, 4-6 p.m.
Online auction opens at 4 p.m. November 30 and closes at 5 p.m. December 16, Pacific Standard Time

Nearly 400 artists have created unique works for this exhibition, each measuring 5” square. Participating artists come from as far away as New York and as close as Santa Barbara. We think you will be excited to see the variety and creativity these artists present.
This exhibition is a fundraiser for the Westmont Museum of Art and sales will help to support upcoming exhibitions in the gallery. All work will be displayed in our gallery and will be posted online beginning November 30th.
Sales of work will be conducted online through this website – stay tuned for more information.

The opening reception is from 4-6pm on November 30th at the Westmont Museum of Art. We hope to see you there!

Participating Artists as of November 16, 2011
Sylvia Abualy, J.W. Adkins, Kaarin Aggeler, Lynn Aldrich, Terry Allen, Janet Allinger, Wesley Anderegg, Cam Anderson, Scott Anderson, Mari Andrews, Allison Arendsee, Charles Arnoldi , Tony Askew, Jamee Aubrey, Bonnie Baas, Don Bachardy, Bela Bacsi, Donald Baechler, John Baldessari, Celeste Baross, Peter Bartczak, Rayne Beaudoin, Bonnie Beedles, Mary Lee Bendolph, Jim Bess, Sherry Bevan, Jack Bianchi, Clovis Blackwell, Karl Blasius, Patricia Borgman, Jennifer Boswell, Eva Bovenzi, Sandra Bowden, T.C. Boyle, Hilary Brace, Donald Bradford, Robert Brady, Mike Brady, Will Brady, Christine Brennan, Joy Brenneman, Carol Brighton, Sally Brogden , Ada Pullini Brown , Christopher Brown , Phoebe Brunner , John Budicin, Carol Burnett, Kent Anderson Butler, Rafael Perea de la Cabada, Rose Cabat, Cheryl Calleri, Pat Calonne, Carol Carbine, John Carlander, David Carlson, Squeak Carnwath, Dylan Carr, Theresa Carter, Erika Carter, William Catling, Steven Childs, Suzan Dougall Christenson , Christo , Dorothy Churchill-Johnson , Christopher Clother, Katherine Clyne, Dilyn Clyne, Nance Cole, Kate Connell, Stephanie Cooney, Carlos Cordova, Marguerite Costigan, Bonnie Loyd Crane , James Daichendt , Lloyd Dallett, James Daly, Bill Dalziel, Duane Dammeyer, Llyod Dangle, Donald Davis, Rick Delanty, Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso , Carole Demachkie, James Denmark , Bill Dewey, Sue Dirksen, TJ Dixon, James Dow , Jerimiah Dube, Charlie Duke , Rae Dunn, Michael Dvortcsak, Marion Eisenmann, Linda Ekstrom, James Elston, Mark English , Cass Ensberg, Melinda Esparza, Ian Everard, Sonya Fairbanks, Avery Falkner , Jim Felland, Alan Firestone, Keith Fishman, Peggy Fletcher, Julia Ford, Wayne Forte , Amy Fox, Tom Francis , Scott Fraser, Nancy Freeman, Bryan Freeny, Mary Freericks, Ron Freese, Gajin Fujita, Virginia Furmanski, Monica Furmanski, Valori Fussell, Anthony Galvan III, Helen K. Garber, Catherine Gee, Dan Gheno, Sheila Ghidini, Judy Gibbs, Nancy Gifford, Diane Giles, Milton Glaser, John Glick , Loree Gold, Carla Golembe, Barbara Goll, Sandra Goodenough, Dane Goodman, Jerry Goodman , Penelope Gottlieb, George Goyer, Jim Granito, Mark Steven Greenfield, Anna Griffin, Margaret Griffith, Debra Joy Groesser, Robert K. Gronendyke, Joan Gunther, Marry Addison Hackett, James Haggerty, Linda Haggerty, Kimberly Hahn, Jason Hall, Bay Hallowell, Thekla Hammond, Holli Harmon, Jeremy Harper, Carla Harris, Dotty Hawthorne, Mary Heebner, Willy Heeks, Bill Hendricks, Matthew Hilbish, Victoria Furst Hines, Beth Hird, Ruth Ellen Hoag, Diana Hobson, Eric Hochberg, David Holt , Carolyn Hubbs , Joseph Hughes, Ray Hunter, Mary Ijichi, Mary Ince, Barbara Irvine, William Ishmael, Michael Jameson , Sue Janossy, Nathan Jarvis, Sterling Jenkins, David Jensen, Nancy Jensen , Geoffrey Dean Jensen, Ken Jewesson, Martha Ensign Johnson, Ben Johnson, Donald Jolley, Evelyn Justesen, Pam Kaganoff, Robin Kandel, Suzette Keegan, Gary Kelley, Colleen Kelly, Jim Kelly, Tom Kerr, Yessy Kazali Kim, Monica Kinney, Marjorie Kinney, Kitty Klaidman, Karla Klarin, Kate Doordan Klavan, Michael Kline, Sheryl Knight , James Kochalka , Philip Koplin, Marilee Krause, Carol Ladewig, Therése Lahaie, Paul Lariviere, Rod Lathim , Marrianne Lettieri, Helen Ann Licht , David Ligare, Terry Lockman, Christine Loizeaux, Louise Lopina, Martha Inman Lorch, Sara Lytle, Kim MacConnel, Richard Macias, Warren MacKenzie, Nancy MacKenzie, Laurie MacMillan, Tina Malonis , Robert Mangold, Cree Mann, Eric March, Hugh Margerum, Saritha Margon, Luigia Martelloni, Jerry P. Martin, Taka Maruno , Bob Mask, Sharon Matthews, Eleanor Matthews , Whitney Mattila , Godfrey Mawema , Liz Maxwell, Steve McAfee, Debra McKillop, Carla Meberg, Chris Messner, Ron Meyers, Tom Michali , Sherrill Miller, Emily Mollhagen, Inés Monguió, Marcia Morehart, Steve Morrison , Ed Moses, John Moses, Mooneen Mourad, Bonnie Muench, Kyle Muench, Anthony Mullen, Janice Muller , Aline Mure, Jan Murphy, Brad Nack, Margaret Nadeau, Dawn Nakashima , John Nava, Mike Neal , Gillen & Neale, James Nelson, Kadir Nelson, Max Neufeldt, Judy Neunuebel, Greg Newbold , Jerilynne Nibbe, Loren Nibbe, Judy Nienow, Warner Nienow, Judy Nilsen , Rachel Christine Nowicki, Moto Okawa, Ellen L. Orlando, Edward Carlo Pacio, Gary Palmer, Liga Pang, Barbara Parmet, Nicole Pate , C.F. Payne, Gina Pearlin, Aage Pedersen, Joan Perlman, Don Petersen , Joel Phillips , Shirley Pittman, Julie Pointer, Patricia Post, Ted Prescott, Astrid Preston, Keith Puccinelli, Lori Putnam, Peg Quinn, George Radon, Leta Ramos, Mel Ramos , Barri Ramoy, Douglass Rankin, Harry Reese, Sandra Reese, Miles Regis, Lucas Reiner, Robert A. Richert, Ines Roberts, Emmanuelle Rohrlich, Joan Rosenberg-Dent , Amy Rueffert, Katie King Rumford, Chris Rupp, Linda Saccoccio, Gwen Samuels, Susan Savage, Jan Schachter, Adrea Scheidler, Herb Schnabel , Shanon Schock, Marie Schoeff, Denise Schryver, Stacey Schuett, Francis Scorzelli, David Scott, Mari Seder, Rosanne Seitz, Carol Selter, Chuck Senties, Shelter Serra, Jeff Sewell, Josh Shelton, Steve Shelton, Elijah Shelton, David Shelton, Jeff Shelton, Elizabeth Sher, Leslie Lewis Sigler, Peter Sis, Dragana Skrepnik, Alexis Smith , Joe Sola, Barry Spacks, Ginny Speirs, Garrett Speirs, Judy Spiegel, Lisbeth Springer, Chris Staley, Mark Alan Stamaty, Mary Stanley, Teri Starkweather, Virginia Stawiecki, Rebecca Stebbins, Gretel Stephens, Joshua J. Stewart, Elaine Stewart, Randall Stout, Roni Stretch, Marlene Struss, Joel Sturdivant Sr., Jane Sun, Joe Suzuki, Matcha Suzuki, Eva Svitek, Joan Tanner, Herb Tews, Susan Tibbles, Patty Tierney, Sandra Tollefson, Sylvia Torres, Anne Troutman, Iren Eerren Tsaturyan, Ann Tubbs, Ezra Tucker, Regina Tumasella, Andrea U’ren, Carrie Ungerman, Dug Uyesaka, James VanArsdale, Bob VanBreda, Jacqueline Vanderlaan, Christy Venable, Iben G. Vestergaard, Cydette Vikander, Jerome Walford, Lawrence Wallin , Karyn Walsh, Patti Warashina, Eric D. Ward, Nina deCreeft Ward, Kristin Weaver , Marnie Weber, Jack Weimer, Kurt Weiser, Allison Wells, Kurt Wenner, Dave Wheeler, Roe Anne White, Dorene White, Moníca Wíesblott, Sara Wilcox, Richard Wilke, C.P. Willer, Sofia Williams, Joyce Wilson, Paige Wilson, Lyn Winter, Roger Winter, Sister Helen Wolkerstorfer, Steven Wolkoff, Nathan Woods, Peter Worsley, Deborah Alston Wroblewski, Dan Young, Jody Zellen, Siu Zimmerman, Don Zimmerman, Michele Zuzalek

 

Oh My God! That is a ridiculously long list of artist…

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Friday, August 12th, 2011 | Author:

Now there’s a post title that should get some attention…

This event is so exciting I almost didn’t want to post about it for fear of hurting my chances of getting some artwork by a great artist without breaking the bank. Seriously though, I would never do that. Art from Scrap is too wonderful an organization to hold back from helping them raise some money. And clearly I am not alone in thinking this, the list of artists who have signed up for this event range from national and international stars such as Yoko Ono (seriously?!?), and Jeff Bridges; local superstars like Penelope GottliebAnn Diener and John Nava; old favorites from the Haley Collective like Yoskay Yamamoto J. Shea9, Tanner Goldbeck, and Larry Mills; and up-and-comers like Inga Guzyte and Zack Paul. It would not be a stretch to say that nearly everyone I have ever written about on this blog will be part of this show. And then there are all the other great artists that I haven’t mentioned.

The deal is that you don’t know who has done each piece until you drop the $200 bucks to buy it. So it pays to do your homework if you want something by a particular artist. For $100 bucks you can get in the door at 6:30 to get first pick, or wait until 7pm and get in for $20. But if you are at all interested in any of these artists it would be silly to wait until 7. Getting a piece of art for $300 bucks from any of these artists is a steal, and you’re helping Art From Scrap to boot.

All the info is listed below, but if you haven’t checked out the artist list you can find it here.  And make a note that this show is not at Art From Scrap. It will be at the Brooks Institute’s Gallery 27 at 27 West Cota St.

See you there.

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One Night Stand is a benefit in support of Art From Scrap, a leading environmental education and art organization, now in its 20th year ofencouraging creative expression in the arts and promoting a greater understanding of environmental issues.

This art exhibition will be up for one night only – Saturday August 20, 2011 – at Gallery 27, a professional art gallery affiliated with Brooks Institute in downtown Santa Barbara. Contemporary artists from around the country are being personally invited to contribute artwork in all mediums.

Watch the Artist list grow! 


The element of surprise is essential to One Night Stand
. The artist’s name will only be revealed after the artwork is purchased. Sophisticated art patrons and first time collectors will trust their instincts as they hunt for works of art that both intrigue and excite their sensibilities. Once selected, each work of art will be purchased for $200.

While this may be your first One Night Stand we guarantee you will feel great the next morning, knowing that your generosity helped support environmental education and the arts ….
and Art From Scrap will have the utmost respect for you! 

www.artfromscrap.org


Click Here to make your Reservations – Early Entry (6:30) $100;  General Entry(7:00) $20

 

 

 

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