Central Coast Art

Central Coast Art

Studio Sundays on the Front Steps at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1130 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
805-963-4364

1:30 – 4:30 pm: Visitors of all ages are welcome to participate in this hands-on workshop with SBMA Teaching Artists on the Museum’s front steps. Each month explore a different medium, including clay, metal, ink, wood, photography, and paper, and gain inspiration from works of art in the Museum’s permanent collection or special exhibitions. Front Steps of the Museum FREE


Start: 07/12/15

End: 07/12/15

Ongoing at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, "Visions of Modernity: 20th-Century Japanese Woodblock Prints"

Presented in a series of rotations, Visions of Modernity explores the burst of creativity in 20th-century Japanese printmaking. During this time, artists experimented with Western artistic concepts and techniques such as linear perspective and naturalism in an effort to find new modes of expression befitting of the “modern” time.

Lecture by Jan Tichy at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1130 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
8059634364

Jan Tichy, artist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Photography at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, works at the intersection of video, sculpture, architecture, sound, and photography.


Start: 08/27/15

End: 08/27/15

Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1130 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, 805-963-4364

The mission of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art is to integrate art into the lives of people.

Santa Barbara Museum of Art: Lecture by Guest Curator Joyce Tsai

1130 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
805-963-4364

Joyce Tsai, guest curator of the exhibition The Paintings of Moholy-Nagy: The Shape of Things to Come, discusses the work of László Moholy-Nagy, Bauhaus professor, theorist, and visionary multi-media artist.


Start: 07/05/15

End: 07/05/15

The Paintings of Moholy-Nagy: The Shape of Things to Come

The Santa Barbara Museum of Art presents "The Paintings of Moholy-Nagy: The Shape of Things to Come" July 5 – September 27, 2015


Studio Sundays on the Front Steps at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1130 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
805-963-4364

1:30 – 4:30 pm: Visitors of all ages are welcome to participate in this hands-on workshop with SBMA Teaching Artists on the Museum’s front steps. Each month explore a different medium, including clay, metal, ink, wood, photography, and paper, and gain inspiration from works of art in the Museum’s permanent collection or special exhibitions. Front Steps of the Museum FREE


Start: 07/12/15

End: 07/12/15

Ongoing at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, "Visions of Modernity: 20th-Century Japanese Woodblock Prints"

Presented in a series of rotations, Visions of Modernity explores the burst of creativity in 20th-century Japanese printmaking. During this time, artists experimented with Western artistic concepts and techniques such as linear perspective and naturalism in an effort to find new modes of expression befitting of the “modern” time.

Lecture by Jan Tichy at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1130 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
8059634364

Jan Tichy, artist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Photography at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, works at the intersection of video, sculpture, architecture, sound, and photography.


Start: 08/27/15

End: 08/27/15

Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1130 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, 805-963-4364

The mission of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art is to integrate art into the lives of people.

Santa Barbara Museum of Art: Lecture by Guest Curator Joyce Tsai

1130 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
805-963-4364

Joyce Tsai, guest curator of the exhibition The Paintings of Moholy-Nagy: The Shape of Things to Come, discusses the work of László Moholy-Nagy, Bauhaus professor, theorist, and visionary multi-media artist.


Start: 07/05/15

End: 07/05/15

The Paintings of Moholy-Nagy: The Shape of Things to Come

The Santa Barbara Museum of Art presents "The Paintings of Moholy-Nagy: The Shape of Things to Come" July 5 – September 27, 2015