VOICE Magazine: September 25, 2020

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Electric Cars

CEC Celebrates National Drive Electric Week with Demos & more

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Photo courtesy of UC Santa Barbara

Whales

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Santa Barbara Beautiful presents the Golden Leaf Awards

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Art

*The Ticket: A SB Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 9, 20 John Palminteri’s Community VOICE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Sigrid Toye: Harbor Voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Community Market. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 SBAOR President Staci Caplan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Photos by Priscilla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Galleries & Art Venues. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1 - 2 3 * Español y Inglés Find the Voice Digital Edition with additonal stories and advertising online at www.VoiceSB.com

Poetry

Remembering

Keeping our Community Safe and Informed During the COVID-19 Crisis.

Morning Light Mission Park by Derek Harrison (detail)

In This Issue Community News. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 6, 7, 17

Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics On the Front Lines of COVID-19

We’re Open and Ready to Serve

U.S. Supreme Court Photo

Photo by AArthurFisher.com

Awards

Cover Photo courtesy of SB Neighborhood Clinics

New App helps detect whales and ships in the Channel

Waterhouse Gallery opens Three Young Masters Exhibition

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg is first woman to lie in state at the Capitol

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Richard Jarrette revels in the work of Czesław Miłosz 17

VOICE Magazine cover story see page

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Adapting To A New Reality

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UDDENLY, THE SARS COV2 VIRUS FOUND ITS WAY INTO OUR SPECIES, forcing all of us into an entirely new reality. Recognizing our obligation to continue providing access to the most vulnerable members of our community, and the need to do it safely, Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics jumped to a totally different health delivery system. By state health authority mandate, we limited dental services to emergencies only and staff began offering medical and behavioral services in a totally new and unfamiliar way through tele-health. Four days after the governor issued his self-isolation order, our providers were providing virtual access through tele-health, and dental providers were using teledentistry for routine follow up and for pediatric wellness checks. They also used this tool to conduct health screenings. For instance, it is known that gum disease is more frequent in people suffering from diabetes, so the dentists called their patients carrying this diagnosis to ask if they had ever been screened for diabetes. Those who had not were directed to a medical provider for further work-up. Social distancing was enforced and all staff wore masks and did frequent hand hygiene. Chairs in the reception area were spaced at six-foot intervals, and all patients and visitors were screened at the door. Patients who presented with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 were given Charles C. Fenzi, MD an appointment at the end of the day to be evaluated in their cars by a physician in full Chief Executive Officer/Chief protective gear where a screening swab was collected if indicated. Medical Officer The staff of the Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics were able to pivot nimbly to this new crisis so that throughout the pandemic our patients have had the high quality, comprehensive, compassionate, and affordable care they have come to expect from our organization. We have now reopened all of our services, including dental care, in a way that ensures the safety of our patients and our staff. Tele-health continues to be available for those who have found it to be helpful, particularly for behavioral health services. Throughout this ordeal, our wonderful donors have continued their generous support and many have volunteered their time to help in a variety of ways. We are so grateful to these selfless acts of giving.


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September 25, 2020

Everyone Can Help “Save our Bees!” It’s time for all of us to help the bees get back on the healthy road!

Join Patricia Bragg, Health Crusader and Organic Pioneer and stay healthy! Planting safe “Bee Highways” in our neighborhoods and across America sounds like a ‘cute’ and ‘quaint’ idea until you realize that without bees, crops such as apples, avocados, grapes, cotton, almonds and many others soon may completely disappear. Last year beekeepers across America lost over 40% of their bee colonies, due to increased pollution, pesticides and urban development. Many crops and 75% of all flowering plants need the help of pollinators to survive.

Approximately 1/3 of all the food we eat is the direct result of honey bee pollination, without bees there would not be enough food! Creating safe “Bee Highways” across the country and then around the world is critical. So let’s get started. Everyone can help us save the working bees! These highways of life for the bees can be created on rooftop gardens, in front lawns, in back yards, on balconies, public parks and along roadways. These should be grown organically without pesticides. I am encouraging everyone to squeeze a few flower containers or plant a row in your garden or devote an entire garden to the bees. Even a pot on the porch will help the “Bee Highway” grow. Bees feast on summer flowers, such as bottle brush, Echinacea, snapdragons, roses, foxglove, honeysuckle, and other flowers. In the fall, they like zinnias, asters, winter bloom, goldenrod and hyacinth. An added bonus is that the butterflies and hummingbirds also will love to cruise these protected bee highways. A FEW FUN BEE FACTS: • • • • • • • • • •

A bee has a 6-8 week lifespan and will fly the equivalent distance of one and a half times the circumference of the earth during it’s lifetime. Honey bees have 170 odorant receptors and have a sense of smell 50 times more powerful than a dog. All worker bees other than the drones are female and they do all of the work in the hive. A single bee living it’s full life will produce only about 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey! During a single collection trip, a honey bee will visit anywhere from 50-100 flowers. Honey bees beat their wings 200 times per second! In order to make a pound of honey, a hive of bees fly approximately 55,000 miles! Honey is the only food that contains all of the necessary nutrients to sustain life. Honey has antibacterial properties and can be used as a dressing for a wound. Bees have facial recognition and can recognize human faces!

~ With Blessings of Health ~ PatriciaBragg.com

for more fresh updates and kudos to our community heroes who continue to make a difference. *Taken from PRNewswire - July 15, 2016


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N OLYMPIAN FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice, will lie in State in the United States Capital building on Friday, September 25th, 2020. She is the first woman and Jewish person to receive this particular national distinction. The nation began three days of tributes in her honor on Wednesday, it was announced by Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi. “As an attorney, she led the fight to grant women equal rights under the law. As a judge, she did justice every day–working to ensure that this country’s legal system lives up to its ideals and extends its rights and protections to those once excluded. And in both roles, she held to – indeed, exceeded – the highest standards of legal craft. Her work was as careful as it was creative, as disciplined as it was visionary,” stated Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, upon the death of Bader Ginsburg. The Supreme Court Justice died last Friday at age 87, from pancreatic cancer, after serving on the Supreme Court for 27 years. She was appointed to the court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. “Her landmark opinions advancing gender equality, marriage equality, the rights of people with disabilities, the rights of immigrants, and so many more moved us closer to ‘a more perfect union,’” Clinton said. “Her powerful dissents,

especially her ringing defense of voting rights and other equal protection claims, reminded us that we walk away from our Constitution’s promise at our peril. And she did it all with kindness, grace, and calm, treating even her strongest adversaries with respect,” commented former President of the United States Bill Clinton. Lying “in state” is a unique acknowledgement of an individual’s contributions to the entire country and reserved for esteemed and distinguished public figures. Only 35 persons have been afforded the honor to lie in state at the Capitol. Bader Ginsburg’s coffin will lie on the Lincoln Catafalque in National Statuary Hall of the Capitol building. Ginsburg will also be only the second Supreme Court Justice to lie in state at the Capitol, after William Howard Taft, who also served as President of the United States. Four civilians have lay “in honor” in the nation’s Capitol. They were Rosa Parks, civil rights activist; the Rev. Billy Graham; and two U.S. Capitol police officers. “Your memory and contributions to our country will live on for generations,” commented California State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara. “Thank you RBG for all you have done for women, for justice, and for humanity.” A private interment service is planned for next week at Arlington National Cemetery. She will join her husband of 56 years, Martin Ginsburg, who was buried there in 2010.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Official Portrait

If you want to be a true professional, you will do something outside yourself, something to repair tears in your community. Something to make life a little better for people less fortunate than you. That’s what I think a meaningful life is - living not for oneself, but for one’s community.

– Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

A local’s memory of Justice Ginsburg

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Photo by Henry Grossman

By Mark M. Whitehurst, PhD / VOICE

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lies In State As The Nation Mourns

Marilyn Horne

ROM ONE OPERA LOVER AND CREATIVE LEADER TO ANOTHER, Justice Ruth Bader Ginburg sent a letter of congratulations and thanks to Marilyn Horne, on the eve of her being honored by the Music Academy of the West.


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Community News

SBIFF Now Accepting Applications for 2020-2021 Rosebud Program

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Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara Welcomes New Trustees

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NDY CHOU AND LARRY DAM will join The Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara’s Board of Trustees. As the fundraising partner of the Ridley-Tree Cancer Center, the NDY CHOU AND LARRY DAM will join The Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara’s Board of Trustees. As the fundraising partner of the Ridley-Tree Cancer Center, the Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara’s mission is “to ensure superior care for all citizens of Santa Barbara County.”

Andy Chou

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ANDY CHOU has long acted as a supporter of Santa Barbara community nonprofits and organizations. Having joined Northern Trust in Santa Barbara in 2000, Chou holds over three decades of gaining capital markets, broad financial advisory, and corporate finance experience. Over the course of his years working and living in our community, he has acted as a board member for local organizations such as United Cerebral Palsy, Music Academy of the West, Lobero Theater, the Ganna Walska Lotusland Foundation, and Direct Relief. Currently, he works as the Region President for Northern Trust, where he oversees corporate fiduciary and private banking as well as integrated investment.

LARRY DAM joins the Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara Board of Trustees after his years working with Grupo Televisa. A Mexican-based entertainment conglomerate, Dam held multiple executive positions for Grupo Televisa in both Los Angeles and New York City. He has since retired to Santa Barbara, where he has been an active supporter of local nonprofits. His past positions include working on the Boards of Directors for Montecito Retirement Association and Direct Relief. Dam still works as a mediator and consultant in addition to his volunteer efforts.

Larry Dam

Westmont College and SB Symphony Partner On Music Education

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HE SHOW MUST GO ON! This fall, students will be learning classical music through modern means thanks to Westmont College’s partnership with Santa Barbara Symphony. As the ongoing pandemic prevents many traditional music education methods, these local organizations are working tirelessly to provide modified learning opportunities to local students of all ages. “This strategic partnership between the Santa Barbara Symphony and Westmont College is exciting news for our community,” said Santa Barbara Symphony Music and Arts Director Nir Kabaretti in the symphony’s statement announcing the partnership. The principle organizers will be Kabaretti, Symphony Director of Music Education Kristine PachecoBernt, and Westmont Adams Professor of Music and Worship Michael Shasberger. Curriculum and financial aid will be overseen by Shasberger, Westmont College Choir and Chamber Singers Conductor Daniel Gee, and Westmont Conducting Artist In Residence and Community Arts Liaison Yvette Devereaux. As a notable professional violinist and conductor, Devereaux will also contribute by conducting the Santa Barbara Youth Symphony. Together, faculty and musicians from both organizations will work to provide virtual and sociallydistanced musical learning experiences. To date, the Santa Barbara Symphony’s Music Education Center (MEC) remains the only local program of its kind to have a working relationship with a professional symphony. Over the past months, the MEC has practiced virtual learning due to the pandemic in the form of weekly online sessions with the Santa Barbara Symphony’s Teaching Artists. Going forward, the Symphony’s partnership with Westmont will allow students to have even more opportunities to learn, perform, communicate with fellow students, and receive feedback from professional musicians — all through innovative, virtual platforms. “Westmont College and the Santa Barbara Symphony have been great friends and collaborators for many years,” expressed Shasberger in the symphony’s announcement. “I am delighted at this time to see the fruit of those collaborations developing into a broader strategic partnership and shared purpose.” Santa Barbara Symphony will also be going virtual for its 2020-2021 “Spotlight on Santa Barbara” season. Designed by Kabaretti, this year’s season aims to celebrate our local musicians and artists, and will consist of seven broadcasted concerts. Each concert will be filmed live by multiple cameras, and feature interviews to offer viewers a comprehensive symphony experience from their homes. The season begins on October 17th with its “Cabaret with Kabaretti” performance. “While the Marquee at the Granada Theatre had to go dark in March, the Symphony’s commitment to delivering on our promise to bring music to our community never dimmed,” said Santa Barbara Symphony’s interim CEO Kathryn Martin in her official message on the 2020-2021 season. Note: Starting with the January performance, the Symphony anticipates the ability to add the option to attend in person. Current digital subscribers will have first priority to switch their tickets to onsite performances.

Kathryn Martin To learn more about the Santa Barbara Symphony’s education efforts or the upcoming 2020-2021 season, visit https://thesymphony.org. Information about Westmont College and its music department can be found at www.westmont.edu.

IGHTS, CAMERA, ROSEBUD! The Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) is now accepting applications from local college students for their annual Rosebud Program. Designed for students interested in learning more about the film industry, the Rosebud Program is a free opportunity for both film and non-film majors alike. Twelve participants will be selected for this year’s program. These students will be given access to a series of sneak preview screenings through SBIFF’s Cinema Society, as well as virtual Q&A sessions with filmmakers. Past Q&A sessions have featured celebrities such as actor Adam Sandler, director Greta Gerwig, and Oscar-winning Parasite director Bong Joon Ho. The Rosebud Program also provides students with the chance to learn from SBIFF Executive Director Roger Durling through virtual small-group and individual conversations. As Durling is also a Santa Barbara City College Film Studies Adjunct Professor, students will also have the opportunity to earn college credit through his SBCC Independent Study Course.

Applications must be submitted by 11:59pm on October 1st via the SBIFF website. Applicants must be Santa Barbara County college students, and will be asked to provide school information as well as answer a series of short responses. To learn more or submit an application, visit https://sbiff.org/education/rosebud-program.

People’s Self Help Housing Names New President and CEO KENNETH TRIGUERIO has been promoted to the position of People’s Self Help Housing’s new President and Chief Executive Officer and will begin his new duties on October 5th. Triguerio currently acts as the organization’s Executive Vice-President, and has worked with PSHH since 2005. According to PSHH Board Chair Shelly Higginbotham, he was selected for this promotion based on his skills, empathy, dedication to PSHH’s mission, and his coworkers’ respect. Kenneth Triguerio Triguerio received his MBA in Finance and Banking from Golden Gate University, San Francisco, and holds years of experience working in banking and affordable housing development. In the 15 years he has been with PSHH he has developed 18 rental projects, which have created housing for more than 2,000 individuals.

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Powerhouse Sports Ventures to Auction Autographed Masks for No Kid Hungry

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F YOU HAVE TO WEAR A FACE MASK, it might as well be stylish — or even better, autographed by your favorite athletes and celebrities. Beginning in October, Carpinteria-based Powerhouse Sports Ventures will launch its online auction platform, “Masking 4 Help,” to raise funds for the national No Kid Hungry campaign. “This is an all hands on deck moment in history,” said Laura Capps, President of the Board of Education for Santa Barbara Unified School District and a consultant to No Kid Hungry. “I’m thrilled with the creative and impactful way Powerhouse Sports Ventures has stepped up to help children in need.” Launched in partnership with content optimization tool VEEPIO and Cowe Communications, Masking 4 Help will present individuals across Santa Barbara County and beyond with the chance to bid on autographed, one-of-a-kind face masks. Each face mask will feature an autograph from a Hall of Fame athlete or famous celebrity. While a complete list of participating athletes and celebrities is yet to be released, Powerhouse Sports Ventures has worked with Joe Montana, Dan Marino, and John Elway. The proceeds from each auctioned mask will go toward supporting No Kid Hungry, a national nonprofit effort that works to end child hunger. “For the past eight years, No Kid Hungry has been working in partnership throughout Santa Barbara County to provide nutritious meals to kids so they can thrive,” Capps continued. “Kids can’t learn on empty stomachs.” Currently, No Kid Hungry is working toward ensuring that children in need have regular access to healthy food amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Millions of students across America rely on free or reduced price school meals for food each day — yet with many schools remaining closed this fall, access to this essential resource can become a challenge. Through the Masking 4 Help site and auctions, Powerhouse Sports Ventures hopes to raise both awareness and financial support for No Kid Hungry’s continued efforts. www.Masking4Help.com will go live and begin accepting bids in October. To learn more about Carpinteria’s Powerhouse Sports Ventures, visit www.powerhousesv.com.


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CEC and Electric Drive 805 Coalition Spotlight Electric Vehicles for Low to Moderate Income Families During National Drive Electric Week On the Heels of Governor Newsom’s Executive Order, Virtual Test Drives, Bilingual Webinars, and Youth Activities Highlight Affordability and Accessibility for All Lifestyles and Budgets

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Tuesday, September 29th • 12pm – 1pm ELPING MOVE THE NEEDLE ON Bilingual Event THIS WEEK’S EXECUTIVE ORDER BY Take a virtual test drive with Alfano Motor Cars GOVERNOR GAVIN NEWSOM to salesperson Jonathan Crabtree, who specializes in restrict new car sales in the state to only EVs by Chevrolet and Mercedes Benz. The second zero-emission vehicles by 2035, the Community half hour will be a Spanish language version of Environmental Council and Electric Drive 805 the test drive. Hosted by San Luis Obispo Climate coalition partners will be sponsoring a variety of Coalition with support virtual events where the from the Central Coast public is invited to learn Free, virtual events will Clean Cities Coalition and about the wide range of San Luis Obispo County electric vehicles (EVs) run throughout National Air Pollution Control designed to fit every Drive Electric Week District. lifestyle and budget. Learn (Sept. 26th to Oct. 4th). about purchase prices and Policies, incentives that make driving electric more affordable Incentives, than ever for low- to moderate-income households. and Technology to Promote EV People curious about electric vehicles are particularly encouraged to attend CEC’s Electric Adoption Vehicles 101 webinar on Friday, October 2nd from Wednesday, September 30th • 12pm – 1pm 12-1pm, which is designed to provide a driver Learn how government and industry are with everything they need to know to start driving adopting policies, providing financial incentives, electric. Learn more and register at: and rolling out new technology to make it easier https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/ and more convenient to own and operate an EV. WN_3cYuzcKwQhKV7T63jEoXZA Hosted by San Luis Obispo Climate Coalition Free, virtual events will run throughout with support from the Central Coast Clean National Drive Electric Week (September 26th to Cities Coalition and San Luis Obispo County Air October 4th). Registration is required. To register Pollution Control District. visit: https://carbonfreeslo.org/driveelectricweek/ The line up includes:

Have You Tried an E-Bike Yet? Monday, September 28th • 12pm – 1pm

Join San Luis Obispo Mayor Heidi Harmon, e-bike retailers and local e-bike riders to hear about their experience with e-bikes and the benefits of biking electric. Hosted by San Luis Obispo Climate Coalition with support from the Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition and San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District.

Evie McWheelie Photo Shoot Monday, September 28th – October 4th

Print, color, and cut out a picture of cartoon EV Evie McWheelie and take a picture of you and your drawing alongside an EV or charging station. Post photos during National Drive Electric Week to Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance’s (VCREA)Facebook page and tag #EvieMcWheelie for a chance to win one of seven giveaways. Hosted by VCREA.

Chevy Bolt Virtual Test Drive

EV Driver & Dealership Meet & Greet Wednesday, September 30th •12pm – 1:30pm

Join local EV owners and Ventura County dealership staff to learn about available EVs, chargers, driving experiences, and more. Virtually test drive and tour a new or used plug-in electric vehicle (PHEV). Hosted by EV Advocates of Ventura County and VCREA.

EV Users Speak Out Thursday, October 1st • 12pm – 1pm

Hear from San Luis Obispo County EV users about the joys and challenges of driving electric. Open to current and future EV users. Hosted by San Luis Obispo Climate Coalition with support from the Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition and San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District.

EV Incentives and Funding Lunch and Learn Thursday, October 1st • 12pm – 1:30pm

Learn what available incentives and funding exist for new and used EVs and charging stations. Hosted by Ventura County Air Pollution Control District and VCREA.

CEC Webinar Series: National Drive Electric Week – Electric Vehicles 101 Friday, October 2nd • 12pm – 1pm

CEC's Director of Energy and Climate Programs, Michael Chiacos, and SLO Climate Coalition’s Green Transportation Specialist Barry Rands – both EV owners and industry experts – will share information about the latest plug-in electric vehicles (PHEVs), cash rebates, down payment grants, special financing, tax credits and other incentives as well as charging, driving range, and how to pair home solar with your EV for maximum savings. Hosted by CEC.

Virtual Test Drives Saturday, October 3rd • 10am – 3pm

Experience a virtual test drive of the 2020 Nissan Leaf, 2020 Honda Clarity PHEV, 2019 Kia Niro EV, 2017 Chevy Volt, 2019 Tesla Model S, and 2015 Nissan Leaf. A different test drive is offered every hour at the top of the hour. Hosted by San Luis Obispo Climate Coalition with support from the Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition and San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District.

EV Movie Streaming Schedule an EV streaming event at home with family and watch a featured EV film any day of the week. Hosted by Plug In America.

Learn more at: https://pluginamerica.org/electricvehicle-documentaries-available-for-streaming/?eT ype=EmailBlastContent&eId=c46deba8-2a75-428abf72-f621be4486e0.

“The annual National Drive Electric Week event continues to help raise awareness about electric vehicles so our region can help meet California’s goal for five million zero-emission vehicles on state roads by 2030 and fulfill Governor Newsom’s

recent executive order to have only zero-emission new car sales by 2035,” Chiacos stated, noting that transitioning to more efficient electric vehicles and using renewable energy to charge these vehicles are central components of CEC’s plan to move the Central Coast region away from fossil fuels in one generation. Speaking to the fact that transporting people is the single largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in our region, he added, “Driving electric and driving less are the single largest things most individuals can do to reduce their environmental impact and kick the gasoline habit.” “Beyond our National Drive Electric Week efforts, CEC is preparing to launch bilingual outreach and education with Santa Cruz-based Ecology Action to help underserved communities learn about and access cleaner electric vehicle options across California’s Central Coast,” said CEC’s Executive Director Sigrid Wright. She went on to explain that this is part of a long-term effort to advance electric vehicle investments and policy actions that will help make electric vehicle options truly accessible for our region’s low-income families, communities of color, rural households, immigrants, and indigenous groups. CEC’s Electric Drive 805 partners include: the Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition (C5), Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District, San Luis Obispo Climate Coalition, San Luis Obispo Climate Collaborative, San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District, Ventura County Air Pollution Control District, and Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance.

Facts About Electric Vehicles: Plentiful incentives mean that affordable, more efficient electric vehicles are now more accessible than ever. The EV market has evolved significantly, with more than 40 vehicle models in a variety of shapes and sizes, affordable options for all income levels, longer ranges, and more public charging locations. New EVs can be purchased for the same price as a Toyota Corolla and used EVs are available for $5,000. EVs can also help homeowners save $50,000 on gas with a $6,000 investment in home solar panels. Recognized as a 2020 California Nonprofit of the Year, Community Environmental Council has worked since 1970 to incubate and innovate real life environmental solutions that directly affect the California Central Coast. Learn more at www.CECSB.org/impact and find CEC on the web at www.CECSB.org and on www.Facebook.com/CECSB, Instagram.com/CEC_SB, and Twitter.com/CECSB. Electric Drive 805 (formerly Plug-in Central Coast) is a coalition of nonprofit and agency partners dedicated to achieving a rapid, equitable transition to electric vehicles. Learn more at www.ElectricDrive805.org or www.Facebook.com/groups/electricdrive805.


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Standford Art History professor and author Kim Beil will discuss elements of contemporary pictures in the next virtual talk Your Good Pictures: Trends in Popular Photography, hosted by the SB Museum of Art on Monday, September 28th, from 5 to 6pm via Zoom. Beil will also comment of family photos (1880-1980) submitted in advance. Register for free at www.tickets.sbma.net La profesora y autora de Historia del Arte de Standford, Kim Beil, discutirá los elementos de las imágenes contemporáneas en la próxima conferencia virtual Tus buenas fotos: tendencias en la fotografía popular, organizada por el Museo de Arte de SB y esta programada para el lunes, 28 de septiembre, de 5 a 6pm a través de Zoom. Beil también comentará las fotos familiares (18801980) enviadas con anticipación. Regístrate gratis en www.tickets.sbma.net

FRIDAY, SEPT. 25TH Santa Barbara Sustainability Symposium: A free virtual event focusing on sustainability and the important roles all businesses can play in ensuring a better future for the environment and our communities. Seth Streeter will moderate the event starting at 10am on Friday, September 25th via Zoom. Register at: www.carpgrowers.org/sustainability Simposio de sostenibilidad de Santa Bárbara: Un evento virtual y gratuito que se centra en la sostenibilidad y los importantes roles que todas las empresas pueden desempeñar para garantizar un futuro mejor para el medio ambiente y nuestras comunidades. Seth Streeter moderará el evento a partir de las 10am el viernes, 25 de septiembre a través de Zoom. Regístrate en: www.carpgrowers.org/sustainability Virtual Girls Inc. of Carpinteria’s “An Evening in Bloom”: The annual event kicked off with a month-long virtual fundraising challenge that will conclude with a virtual wrap party honoring longtime supporter Mary Crowley on Friday, September 25th at 5:30pm. The evening, filmed at Westerlay Orchids, will feature a live auction, impact stories, and the winner of the Challenge for a Change competition will be announced. Register at: https://tinyurl.com/y2kluvhf Evento virtual de Girls Inc. of Carpinteria “Una tarde de florecimiento”: El evento anual comenzó con un reto virtual para recaudar fondos que duro un mes y que concluirá con una fiesta de cierre virtual en honor a la simpatizante Mary Crowley el viernes, 25 de septiembre a las 5:30pm. La noche, filmada en Westerlay Orchids, contará con una subasta en vivo,

Complete Works: Table Top Shakespeare: At Home, tells each of Shakespeare’s 36 plays with a single performer, a collection of household objects, and a table top. Broadcasts are free. After each Sunday premiere, performers will host a Zoom Q&A. Week Two includes King John (Sept. 25), Titus Andronicus (Sept. 26), Much Ado About Nothing (Sept. 27), & Hamlet (Oct. 1). All performances will be at 12pm unless otherwise noted. Watch the performance at www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu Obras completas: Tablero de mesa Shakespeare: En casa cuenta cada una de las 36 obras de Shakespeare con un solo actor, una colección de objetos domésticos y una mesa. Se transmitirán gratis. Después de cada estreno dominical, los artistas ofrecerán una sesión de preguntas y respuestas a través de Zoom. La segunda semana incluye King John (25 de septiembre), Titus Andronicus (26 de septiembre), Much Ado About Nothing (27 de septiembre), y Hamlet (1 de octubre). Todas las funciones serán a las 12pm a menos que se indique lo contrario. Mira la presentación en www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu PCPA’s InterPlay Reading Series continues with The Thanksgiving Play by Larissa FastHorse on Friday, September 25th at 7pm and Saturday, September 26th at 1:30pm. The cost per play reading is $5 per viewer. For tickets visit http://pcpa.org/InterPlay.html Serie de lectura InterPlay de PCPA continuá con The Thanksgiving Play por Larissa FastHorse el viernes, 25 de septiembre a las 7pm y el sábado 26 de septiembre a la 1:30pm. El costo presentación es de $ 5 por espectador. Para boletos visita http://pcpa.org/InterPlay.html LA Philharmonic’s Sound/Stage is a nine-part series that will be streamed for free from September 25th through November 30th. In Episode 1: Love In The Time Of COVID (September 25th), mezzo-soprano J’Nai Bridges, conductor Gustavo Dudamel, and the orchestra explore the many expressions of love. Watch at www.laphil.com/soundstage Sonido / Escenario de la Filarmónica de Los Ángeles es una serie de nueve partes que se transmitirá de forma gratuita desde el 25 de septiembre hasta el 30 de noviembre. En el Episodio 1: Amor en el tiempo de COVID (25 de septiembre), la mezzosoprano J’Nai Bridges, el director Gustavo Dudamel y la orquesta exploran las múltiples expresiones del amor. Disfrútalo en www.laphil.com/soundstage Westmont Friday Concert Series: The Westmont Music Department’s concert series will conclude with Alumni Spotlight: Carnevale String Quartet from Ruse, Bulgaria, with Sarah Pfister ’12 on viola on September 25th at 7pm. Listen to the free recital at https://tinyurl.com/y2w2wyrg Serie de conciertos de los viernes de Westmont: La serie de conciertos del Departamento de Música de Westmont concluirá con Alumni Spotlight: Carnevale String Quartet de Ruse, Bulgaria, con Sarah Pfister ‘12 en viola el 25 de septiembre a las 7pm. Escucha el recital gratuito en https://tinyurl.com/y2w2wyrg State of the City Carpinteria: The SB South Coast Chamber of Commerce will host a virtual State of the City-Carpinteria on Friday, September 25th at 9am, providing a comprehensive update on the everchanging business landscape during the pandemic. Guest speakers include City Mayor Wade Nomura; City Manager Dave Durflinger; and Peter Rupert, Professor of Economics at UCSB and the Director of the Economic Forecast Project. Register for free at https://tinyurl.com/y3p6dsch

Estado de la ciudad Carpinteria: La Cámara de Comercio de la Costa Sur de SB organizará un Estado de la Ciudad-Carpintería virtual el viernes, 25 de septiembre a las 9am, proporcionando una actualización completa sobre el panorama empresarial en constante cambio durante la pandemia. Los oradores invitados incluyen al alcalde de la ciudad, Wade Nomura; El administrador de la ciudad, Dave Durflinger; y Peter Rupert, Profesor de Economía de UCSB y Director del Proyecto de Previsión Económica. Regístrate gratis en https://tinyurl.com/y3p6dsch

The final episode of Sundays with the Symphony featuring Santa Barbara Symphony musicians, Music Education Center (MEC) alumni, and guest artists will stream on Sunday, September 27th at 3:30pm. The episode will include a sneak peek of the October 17th Opening Night Concert, Cabaret with Kabaretti featuring Broadway star Lisa Vroman. El episodio final de los Domingos con la Sinfónica con músicos de la Sinfónica de Santa Bárbara, ex alumnos del Centro de Educación Musical (MEC, por sus siglas en inglés) y artistas invitados se transmitirá el domingo, 27 de septiembre a las 3:30pm. El episodio incluirá un adelanto del concierto de la noche inaugural del 17 de octubre, Cabaret con Kabaretti con la estrella de Broadway Lisa Vroman.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 26TH The Teddy Bear Foundation’s Gold Ribbon Campaign Online Silent Auction will go live September 25th at 9am with a special preview of the auction items outside the Nurture Cottage on Coast Village Road on Saturday, September 26th between 8 to 11am. Auction closes September 30th, 5:30pm. The viewing will maintain safe social distancing and adhere to all public health guidelines. View the auction at: www.32auctions.com/TBCF2020 La subasta silenciosa en línea de la campaña Gold Ribbon de Teddy Bear Foundation comenzará el 25 de septiembre a las 9am con una vista previa especial de los artículos de la subasta afuera de Nurture Cottage en Coast Village Road el sábado, 26 de septiembre de 8 a 11am. La subasta cierra el 30 de septiembre a las 5:30pm. Durante el evento se mantendrá un distanciamiento social seguro y se adherirá a todas las pautas de salud pública. Para ver la subasta visita: www.32auctions.com/TBCF2020 Clean Up the Coast From Home: Participate in the last Coastal Cleanup of the month on Saturday from 9am to noon on September 26th. Cleanup should be self-guided and close to home. Pre-registration is not required, but is encouraged. Register and read the guidelines at www.exploreecology.org/ccd Limpia la costa desde casa: Participa en la ultima Limpieza Costera de este mes el sábado, 26 de septiembre de 9am al mediodía. La limpieza debe ser autoguiada y cerca de casa. No es necesario registrarse previamente, pero se recomienda. Regístrate y lee las pautas en www.exploreecology.org/ccd

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CosmeCon 2020: Join Paseo Nuevo for a nationwide beauty summit where you can shop and discover local and global brands while learning from experts in cosmetics, skincare, and wellness on Saturday, September 26th from 9am to 5pm. To register ($8/$20) visit: https://tinyurl.com/y32uhon5 CosmeCon 2020: Únete a Paseo Nuevo para una cumbre de belleza a nivel nacional donde puedes comprar y descubrir marcas locales y globales mientras aprendes de expertos en cosméticos, cuidado de la piel y bienestar el sábado, 26 de septiembre de 9am a 5pm. Para registrarte ($8/$20) visita: https://tinyurl.com/y32uhon5 Pop Songs & Stories: Singer/actor Diana Diaz Boadella will sing a program of popular songs from the Great War era and read some secret letters and diaries during a free virtual concert on Saturday, September 26th at 6pm. For access to the concert visit: https://tinyurl.com/y6nclnpq Canciones e historias pop: La cantante y actriz Diana Díaz Boadella cantará un programa de canciones populares de la época de la Gran Guerra y leerá algunas cartas secretas y diarios durante un concierto virtual gratuito el sábado, 26 de septiembre a las 6pm. Para acceso al concierto visita: https://tinyurl.com/y6nclnpq

SUNDAY, SEPT. 27TH Equinox Concert: Enjoy a virtual version of the Santa Barbara Revels annual celebration of the changing seasons on Sunday, September 27th at 3pm. SB Revels Music Director Erin McKibben will be joined by special guests and Revels favorites, Josh Jenkins and Luis Moreno, in a mellow afternoon of memorable music. Watch the concert via Facebook live www.facebook.com/SantaBarbaraRevels Concierto de Equinoccio: Disfruta de una versión virtual de la celebración anual de Santa Barbara Revels del cambio de estaciones el domingo, 27 de septiembre a las 3pm. La directora musical de SB Revels, Erin McKibben, estará acompañada por invitados especiales y favoritos de los Revels, Josh Jenkins y Luis Moreno, en una tarde apacible de música memorable. Mira el concierto a través de Facebook en vivo www.facebook.com/SantaBarbaraRevels Sundays with the Symphony: The final episode of Sundays with the Symphony will stream on September 27th at 3:30pm. It will feature violinist Timothy Chooi, Symphony flute player Kathy Marsh, Music Education Center (MEC) alumni Cellist Rebecca Shasbereger and violinist Calyssa Davidson. Includes a sneak peek of the October 17th Opening Night Concert, Cabaret with Kabaretti featuring Broadway star Lisa Vroman. https://tinyurl.com/yyd2u26z Domingos con la Sinfonía: El episodio final de Domingos con la Sinfonía se transmitirá el 27 de septiembre a las 3:30pm. Contará con el violinista Timothy Chooi, la flautista sinfónica Kathy Marsh, la violonchelista Rebecca Shasbereger y la violinista Calyssa Davidson, ex alumna del Centro de Educación Musical (MEC, por sus siglas en inglés). Incluye un adelanto del concierto de la noche de apertura del 17 de octubre, Cabaret con Kabaretti con la estrella de Broadway Lisa Vroman. https://tinyurl.com/yyd2u26z

MONDAY, SEPT. 28TH SBMA virtual talk - Your Good Pictures: Trends in Popular Photography: Kim Beil will discuss elements of contemporary pictures that seem unassailably good and shows that these judgments are actually recent developments, which overturn decades of previous advice on how to make good pictures. The SB Museum of Art’s virtual talk will take place on Monday, September 28th, from 5 to 6pm via Zoom. Register for free at www.tickets.sbma.net

Conversación virtual de SBMA – Tus buenas fotos: tendencias en la fotografía popular: Kim Beil discutirá elementos de las imágenes contemporáneas que parecen indiscutiblemente buenos y muestra que estos juicios son en realidad desarrollos recientes, que anulan décadas de consejos previos sobre cómo hacer buenas imágenes. La conversación virtual del Museo de arte de SB tendrá lugar el lunes, 28 de septiembre, 5 a 6pm a través de Zoom. Regístrate gratis en Irresistiblede sensuality... www.tickets.sbma.net

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 29TH Plagues, Pandemics, and Perseverance Talk: Four Westmont professors from different disciplines examine how the new coronavirus has forced us to adapt our daily lives in unexpected ways in a talk on Tuesday, September 29th, at 10am. The pre-recorded presentation features Marilyn McEntyre (humanities), Paul Willis (English), Helen Rhee (religious studies), and Lisa DeBoer (art) and will be available online at www.westmont.edu/library Charla sobre plagas, pandemias y perseverancia: Cuatro profesores de Westmont de diferentes disciplinas examinan cómo el nuevo coronavirus nos ha

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obligado a adaptar nuestra vida cotidiana de formas inesperadas durante una charla el martes, 29 de septiembre a las 10am. La presentación pregrabada presenta a Marilyn McEntyre (humanidades), Paul Willis (literatura), Helen Rhee (estudios religiosos) y Lisa DeBoer (arte) y estará disponible en línea en www.westmont.edu/library Bird Drawing Classes with John Muir Laws will conclude on Tuesday, September 29th with Drawing Raptors and other Large Birds in Flight via Zoom and Facebook Live from 12 to 1:30pm. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y2b3eev5 Clases de dibujo de aves con John Muir Laws concluirá el martes, 29 de septiembre con Dibujar aves rapaces y otras aves grandes en vuelo a través de Zoom y Facebook Live de 12 a 1:30pm. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y2b3eev5

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30TH Student Role and Participation in Advocacy Webinar: Led by ACLU’s Arts Justice Fellow, GenUp, and students from RYSE, this webinar will provide attendees tools and strategies to involve and collaborate with students. Learn from experts in the field of student advocacy as they invite participants to join them in the fight for arts education equity on Wednesday, September 30th from 3:30 to 5pm. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y4r5tecd Seminario Web - El papel y participación de los estudiantes en la defensa: Dirigido por ACLU’s Arts Justice Fellow, GenUp, y estudiantes de RYSE, este seminario web proporcionará a los asistentes herramientas y estrategias para involucrar y colaborar con los estudiantes. Aprende de los expertos en el campo de la defensa de los estudiantes mientras invitan a los participantes a unirse a ellos en la lucha por la equidad en la educación artística el miércoles, 30 de septiembre de 3:30 a 5pm. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y4r5tecd Virtual SPARK Lecture: Inclusion in Action: The Rotary Club of SB Sunrise will host its next lecture titled Inclusion in Action: A Conversation about being Black and Creating a Diversity Sensitive Environment on Wednesday, September 30th at 6:30pm. Speakers include Michael Boyer, Tom Rhodes, Michael Rousell, Mel Vines, Bonaventure Wakam, and Silvia Whitlock. Q&A will follow. Register for free at https://tinyurl.com/y4k3dzvf Conferencia virtual SPARK: Inclusión en acción: El Rotary Club de SB Sunrise ofrecerá su próxima conferencia titulada Inclusión en acción: una conversación sobre ser negro y crear un entorno sensible a la diversidad el miércoles, 30 de septiembre a las 6:30pm. Los oradores incluyen a Michael Boyer, Tom Rhodes, Michael Rousell, Mel Vines, Bonaventure Wakam y Silvia Whitlock. Seguirá una sesión de preguntas y respuestas. Regístrat gratis en https://tinyurl.com/y4k3dzvf The Irish Club: Do you have an interest in sharing your sense of Irishness with others? Join the inaugural meeting of The Irish Club, Wednesday, September 30th, at 7pm via Zoom. To register, email mcnally.realtor@gmail.com El club irlandés: ¿Tiene interés en compartir tu sentido del irlandés con los demás? Únete a la reunión inaugural del El club irlandés, el miércoles 30 de septiembre a las 7pm a través de Zoom. Para registrarte, envía un correo electrónico mcnally.realtor@gmail.com

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Discussions with the 2020 Candidates - Goleta Unified School District: Moderated by Delaney Smith, the virtual discussion planned for Wednesday, September 30th at 5:15pm will feature candidates Sholeh Jahangir (incumbent), Vicki Ben-Yaacov, Caroline Abate, Max Rorty, Devany Bechler, and Greg Hammel. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y65c3zuu Debates con los candidatos 2020 - Distrito Escolar Unificado de Goleta: Moderado por Delaney Smith, la discusión virtual planeada para el miércoles, 30 de septiembre a las 5:15pm contará con los candidatos Sholeh Jahangir (titular), Vicki Ben-Yaacov, Caroline Abate, Max Rorty, Devany Bechler y Greg Hammel. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y65c3zuu

THURSDAY, OCT. 1ST SBCC Foundation’s Spring Forward! Gala will celebrate Santa Barbara City College and the many ways it serves, educates, and inspires students and our community on Thursday, October 1st at 4pm. The event is free, but advance registration is required at https://tinyurl.com/y63mtwln Gala Spring Forward! de la Fundación SBCC celebrará el Santa Barbara City College y las muchas formas en que sirve, educa e inspira a los estudiantes ya nuestra comunidad el jueves, 1 de octubre a las 4pm. El evento es gratuito, pero se requiere inscripción previa en https://tinyurl.com/y63mtwln UCSB Arts & Lectures House Calls - Jason Isbell: Whether solo, with his former band the Drive-By Truckers, or fronting The 400 Unit, four-time Grammy winner Jason Isbell writes songs that are master classes in narrative. Stay home and enjoy a virtual performance on Thursday, October 1st at 5pm. For access ($10) visit www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu Visitas a domicilio de UCSB Arts & Lectures - Jason Isbell: Ya sea solo, con su antigua banda los Drive-By Truckers, o al frente de The 400 Unit, el ganador de cuatro premios Grammy Jason Isbell escribe canciones que son clases magistrales de narrativa. Quédate en casa y disfruta de una presentación virtual el jueves, 1 de octubre a las 5pm. Para acceso ($10) visita www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu Downtown Business Spotlight: Retail Wisdom: Downtown Santa Barbara’s Downtown Spotlight Interview Series continues on Thursday, October 1st at 3pm with Ravi Chahal (7 Eleven), Ashley Hayes (Asher Market), and Anelise Nascente and Fernandoo Tessari (E-Bikery) as they discuss retail wisdom. Each Thursday different business owners will interviewed via Zoom. Register at https://tinyurl.com/yysos74c Negocio del Centro Destacado: Sabiduría de ventas: La serie de entrevistas Negocio del Centro Destacado de Downtown Santa Barbara continúa el jueves, 1 de octubre a las 3pm con Ravi Chahal (7 Eleven), Ashley Hayes (Asher Market), ay Anelise Nascente & Fernandoo Tessari (E-Bikery) mientras discuten la Sabiduría de ventas. Cada jueves, diferentes empresarios serán entrevistados a través de Zoom. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/yysos74c

from 6 to 8pm via Zoom. Webinar link: https://sbunified.zoom.us/j/94905743050 Foro comunitario de estudios étnicos: SB Unified invita a la comunidad a aprender de los maestros, estudiantes y líderes comunitarios sobre el nuevo requisito de graduación de Estudios Étnicos el jueves, 1 de octubre de 6 a 8pm a través de Zoom. Enlace al seminario web: https://sbunified.zoom.us/j/94905743050 Discussions with the 2020 Candidates - SBCC Trustee: Moderated by Nick Welsh, the virtual discussion planned for Thursday, October 1st at 5:15pm will feature candidates for District 2: Robert Miller (incumbent) and Ronald Liechti; for District 3: Veronica Gallardo (incumbent) and Erin Julia Guereña; and for District 4: Anna Everett and Celeste Barber. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y4g9lrn4 Debates con los candidatos de 2020 - Fideicomisario de SBCC: Moderado por Nick Welsh, la discusión virtual planeada para el jueves, 1 de octubre a las 5:15pm contará con los candidatos para el Distrito 2: Robert Miller (titular) y Ronald Liechti; para el Distrito 3: Verónica Gallardo (titular) y Erin Julia Guereña; y para el Distrito 4: Anna Everett y Celeste Barber. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y4g9lrn4

FRIDAY, OCT. 2ND PCPA’s InterPlay Reading Series continues with The Tall Girls by Meg Miroshnik on Friday, October 2nd at 7pm and Saturday, October 3rd at 1:30pm. The cost per play reading is $5 per viewer. For tickets visit http://pcpa.org/InterPlay.html Serie de lectura InterPlay de PCPA continúa con The Tall Girls por Meg Miroshnik el viernes, 2 de octubre a las 7pm y el sábado, 3 de octubre a la 1:30pm. El costo presentación es de $5 por espectador. Para boletos visita http://pcpa.org/InterPlay.html Santa Barbara Housing Conference: The 6th Annual SB Housing Conference, featuring keynote speaker Dan Walters, educational workshops, panel discussion on timely housing topics and issues, and a presentation by Gimme Shelter podcast hosts Liam Dillon and Matt Levin, will take place on Friday, October 2nd from 8:30am to 2:30pm via Zoom. For tickets ($110) visit https://m.bpt.me/event/4487863 Conferencia de Vivienda de Santa Bárbara: La sexta Conferencia Anual de Vivienda de SB, que cuenta con el orador principal Dan Walters, talleres educativos, panel de discusión sobre temas y problemas de vivienda oportunos, y una presentación de los presentadores de podcasts de Gimme Shelter, Liam Dillon y Matt Levin, se llevará a cabo el viernes, 2 de octubre de 8:30am a 2:30pm a través de Zoom. Para boletos ($110) visita https://m.bpt.me/event/4487863 The Artist’s Table Art Show: 14 local celebrity artists have created contemporary art for sale to support the SBMNH’s work of connecting people to nature by

SBMA’s Art Matters via Zoom: With conversations on special topics in art history, this series presents art historians, curators, and conservators with fascinating insights into their areas of specialization. The series will kick off Thursday, October 1st with Casta Paintings: Picturing Racial Difference in Colonial Mexico featuring Elena Fitzpatrick Sifford at 3pm via Zoom. Request a free ticket at https://tinyurl.com/y6xo9btp El arte de SBMA importa a través de Zoom: Con conversaciones sobre temas especiales de la historia del arte, esta serie presenta a los historiadores del arte, curadores y conservadores conocimientos fascinantes sobre sus áreas de especialización. La serie comenzará el jueves, 1 de octubre con Pinturas de Casta: representando la diferencia racial en el México colonial con Elena Fitzpatrick Sifford a las 3pm a través de Zoom. Solicita una entrada gratis en https://tinyurl.com/y6xo9btp Ethnic Studies Community Forum: SB Unified invites the community to learn from teachers, students, and community leaders about the new Ethnic Studies graduation requirement on Thursday, October 1st

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Virtual Santa Barbara Housing Conference The 6th Annual Santa Barbara Housing Conference, originally scheduled to take place in May, had to be postponed and reimagined due to the pandemic. On Friday, October 2nd, the Conference will go virtual Keynote Speaker from 8:30am to 2:30pm via Zoom. John Campanella will be honored with the Michael Towbes Excellence in Dan Walters Workforce Housing Award. “The CHC board and Housing Conference committee continues to work hard on this year’s conference, which will continue with the same great programming and speakers but in a vibrant virtual format,” shared Board President Olivia Marr. Conference co-chairs are attorney Christopher Guillen and Craig Minus, CHC Executive Director. Santa Barbara County’s only housing conference, presented by the nonprofit organization Coastal Housing Coalition, will feature keynote speaker Daniel Walters, an expert on California politics and a featured columnist at www.calmatters.org as well as many California newspapers, educational workshops, and panel discussions on timely housing topics and issues. Gimme Shelter podcasters Liam Dillon and Matt Levin will also present. For conference tickets ($110) or sponsorship opportunities visit www.coastalhousingcoalition.org

donating 50 to 100 percent of the proceeds. The sale runs from October 2nd through 11th. Artwork may be purchased through the Museum’s online store at https://sbmnh-store.myshopify.com/ Exposición de la mesa del artista: 14 artistas locales han creado arte contemporáneo para vender y apoyar el trabajo de SBMNH de conectar a las personas con la naturaleza mediante la donación del 50 al 100 por ciento de las ganancias. La venta se realizará del 2 al 11 de octubre. Las obras de arte se pueden comprar a través de la tienda en línea del Museo en https://sbmnh-store.myshopify.com/

SATURDAY, OCT. 3RD Virtual Day of Genealogy Learning: A virtual seminar of four sessions with genealogist Tom Jones will take place on Saturday, October 3rd from 8:30am to 3pm. The seminar will also include a keynote address by Neal Graffy, a chance to win prizes in an Opportunity Drawing, and a guest appearance by musician Gary Jensen. To register ($35/$45) visit https://tinyurl.com/y25fn29g Día virtual de aprendizaje de la genealogía: Un seminario virtual de cuatro sesiones con el genealogista Tom Jones tendrá lugar el sábado, 3 de octubre de 8:30am a 3pm. El seminario también incluirá un discurso de apertura de Neal Graffy, la oportunidad de ganar premios increíbles en un sorteo y una presentación especial por el músico Gary Jensen. Para registrarte ($35/$45) visita https://tinyurl.com/y25fn29g

of selected monologues. Classes will adhere to social distancing and mask requirements. To register ($220) visit https://tinyurl.com/yymvdypb Clases de actuación al aire libre: Ensemble Theatre Company ofrecerá clases de actuación para las edades de 8 a 18 con el galardonado actor / director profesional Brian McDonald del 3 de octubre al 14 de noviembre. Los cursos brindan interacción uno a uno además de las actividades grupales que culminan con una presentación final en línea de monólogos seleccionados. Las clases adherirán a los requisitos de distanciamiento social y se usará máscara. Para registrarte ($220) visita https://tinyurl.com/yymvdypb Planned Parenthood Annual Book Sale: The socially distanced open air event will take place on October 3rd and 4th from 10am to 4pm at a new location: 5726 Thornwood Dr. in Goleta. Masks required. www.ppcccbooksale.com Venta anual de libros de Planned Parenthood: El evento al aire libre y con distanciamento social se llevará a cabo el 3 y 4 de octubre de 10am a 4pm en una nueva ubicación: 5726 Thornwood Dr. en Goleta. Se requiere usar máscaras. www.ppcccbooksale.com

Outdoor Acting Classes: Ensemble Theatre Company is offering acting classes for ages 8-18 with awardwinning professional actor/director Brian McDonald from October 3rd to November 14th. Courses provide one-on-one interaction in addition to group activities culminating in a final online presentation

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Watching Over the Whales

September 25, 2020

Online tool allows users to detect whales and ships in the Santa Barbara Channel in near real-time N ONLINE TOOL TO DETECT AND BETTER PROTECT — in near real-time — whales inhabiting the Santa Barbara Channel is now live. Whale Safe is the product of a collaboration among marine scientists with the Benioff Ocean Initiative at UC Santa Barbara and top whale researchers from across the country. “We’re excited to finally launch it into the world,” said Morgan Visalli, a Benioff Ocean Initiative (BOI) scientist and Whale Safe project lead. The result of three years of work between BOI researchers and colleagues at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Texas A&M University at Galveston, the University of Washington, UC Santa Cruz, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Whale Safe is a mapping and analysis tool that displays near real-time data to help prevent ships and whales from colliding, an event that happens far too often off the West Coast. “Unfortunately, 2018 and 2019 were the worst years on record for fatal whale-ship collisions off the coast of California,” Visalli said. “We hope that data from the Whale Safe system can help to reverse that trend.” The high number of collisions is due to a confluence of several factors, she explained. For one thing, whales often feed, migrate, rest, mate, and socialize in coastal areas. Blue whales, the largest animals that have ever lived, are currently found along our coast’s cold, krill-filled waters, which has been especially busy this summer. Aggregations of 30 blue whales were observed feeding in the Santa Barbara Channel in early August. Unfortunately, the whales’ ancient migration paths overlap with some of the busiest shipping routes in the world, with cargo ships moving through the Santa Barbara Channel to and from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Marine shipping is an important industry to California and to the world, transporting an estimated 90 percent of global goods. The vessels are enormous — often the size of skyscrapers and more than ten times the length of an adult blue whale. They tower so high above the surface of the ocean that whale spouts are difficult for ship captains to detect, let alone slow down for or avoid. Researchers estimate that more than 80 endangered blue, humpback, and fin whales are killed by vessel collisions every year off the West Coast alone. To help protect the endangered animals, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and partners have, since 2007, implemented voluntary speed reduction programs to slow ships down as they crowd into the channel with the whales. The program has a voluntary ten knot (11.5 mph) speed limit for all large ships transiting through the important whale habitat in and around the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. Research has shown that speed limits, when followed, appear to reduce the number of fatal collisions by 80 to 90 percent in some cases. But while a slowly growing number of global shipping companies are participating in the voluntary program, more than half of ship transits in the Channel in 2019 still exceeded the requested ten knot slow zone. It’s an Morgan Visalli amount the researchers hope will decrease as the Whale Safe monitoring system alerts users to the presence of whales in the area. “One of our goals is to provide real-time whale presence data that will help ships know when to slow down,” Visalli said. “In 2019, only 44 percent of the shipping industry followed the voluntary speed limit — we’d like to see that get closer to 100 percent.” To help ships “see” the whales, the minds behind the Whale Safe tool brought together several technologies: an underwater acoustic system that automatically detects whale calls; near real-time forecasts of whale feeding grounds based on dynamic oceanographic data; and a mobile app used by community scientists to record whale sightings. Developed and deployed by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Douglas McCauley scientists and engineers and monitored by Texas A&M Galveston scientists, the acoustic system consists of a hydrophone (underwater microphone) dropped into the Santa Barbara Channel that detects sounds in the water and processes them using an AI-powered computer providing identification of blue, humpback, and fin whales in near real-time. The whale detections are then sent via satellite transmitter on the system’s surface buoy to scientists in Galveston for review and confirmation. “I have spent decades recording blues and other baleen whales at different locations. In the past, we always had to go back and retrieve our instruments and data from the ocean floor to learn when the whales were present at our location, months or years earlier,” said Ana Širović, an associate professor at Texas A&M Galveston who is leading the analysis of acoustic buoy data. “It is really exciting to know that there are whales in the Channel now, within an hour or two of them making the vocalization.” Meanwhile, real-time oceanographic data such as temperature and ocean currents are crunched by a model developed by researchers at the University of Washington, UC Santa Cruz, and NOAA to predict where and when blue whales are likely to be present within the area, producing information much like daily weather forecasts. “Every day that I go outside, I look to see if

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it is raining and I check the weather forecast to see whether it is likely to rain,” said NOAA Research Ecologist and UCSC Adjunct Professor Elliott Hazen. “Our whale models can help mariners plan and make decisions as they approach our coast — today is cloudy with a chance of blue whales.” “We’re harnessing the best and most current data to understand what habitats whales use in the ocean, and therefore where whales are most likely to be as their habitats shift on a daily basis,” said Briana Abrahms, an assistant professor at University of Washington who led the whale modeling effort. “The goal is to put this technology into the hands of managers, mariners, and the public to help protect these animals from ship strikes and other human threats.” Finally, community scientists aboard local whale watching and tourism boats add whale observations using the Whale Alert and Spotter Pro mobile apps. A program jointly run by NOAA’s Channel Islands Marine Sanctuary and Channel Islands National Park, the Channel Islands Naturalist Corps has collected and maintained one of the largest and longest-running datasets of marine mammal observations in Southern California. Together, these layers of information are combined into a daily Whale Presence Rating on the Whale Safe website — an indicator that describes the likelihood of whales from ‘low’ to ‘very high,’ much like a whale version of the Smokey the Bear fire danger rating. “It provides a streamlined daily assessment of whale activity in the Channel,” Visalli said. “No one wants to hit a whale. No one wants to see coastal commerce interrupted. We hope that the data delivered by the new technology will provide ship captains with the information they need to protect whales while ensuring efficient maritime commerce.” The tool tracks ships, too. “Whale Safe also incorporates automatic identification system data, which is like GPS tracking data, but for ships,” Visalli added. Originally intended for ship collision avoidance and safety, the data can be picked up by boats as well as by transceivers on land or in satellites, and used to identify ships in the Channel and gauge their speeds. Whale Safe turns this information into “report cards” for the ships and their companies, rating their cooperation with voluntary speed limits in important whale habitat. Whale Safe is one of several projects of the Benioff Ocean Initiative, an applied research center that endeavors to create replicable solutions to problems threatening ocean health. It was founded at UC Santa Barbara in 2016 with a $10M gift from Marc and Lynne Benioff. “Some of the older blue whales have been swimming around out there since before the founding of UC Santa Barbara,” said Douglas McCauley, director of the Benioff Ocean Initiative and a professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology. “We are so thrilled today to put some cool new tech to work to make their ocean home a little safer.” Success of Whale Safe will help create multiple benefits beyond saving endangered whales. When cargo ships slow down, they typically emit less CO2, create less noise pollution, and release fewer NOx emissions which can cause cancer and affect lung health. In addition to their beauty, antiquity, and ecological importance, whales are also massive living carbon storage devices. The International Monetary Fund estimates that one whale saved is worth thousands of trees when pulling carbon out of the atmosphere. “Since the Industrial Revolution, pollution from human innovation has too often degraded our planet,” Benioff said. “With Whale Safe, we’ll harness the latest technology to help save the planet and some of the oldest mammals. This is a win, win, win — we save whales, fight climate change, and make our air healthier. The world owes a profound debt of gratitude to the incredible team of researchers who turned this vision into reality.” Printed with permission of UCSB Office of Public Affairs and Communications


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Waterhouse Gallery

Featuring three of the finest young painters in America today.

“Three Young Masters”

Derek Harrison will be present on Saturday 26th September from 4pm to 6pm for a masked socially distanced “Stop & Chat”.

Derek Harrison

Each artist has his own very distinctive style that refects their own personal Artistic vision.

is a representational painter who works in the “classical tradition,” creating contemporary figurative and landscape works. Inspired by many 19th century artists

Derek Harrison “Changing Seasons” 22 x 27 Oil on Canvas

Hsin-Yao Tseng

Kyle Ma

Hsin-Yao Tseng

Kyle Ma

is an impressionist painter

Kyle is an incredibly talented

who is equally talented with

young painter and his talent

figuative and landscape

belies his age . He has won

painting. He has been

numerous awards for his work

recognized by the Art

including Best Artist Under 30.

Renewal Center as

Boldbrush July 2015 monthly

an ARC Living Master.

competition.

“Into the Light” 24 x 24 Oil on Canvas

“Hibiscus” 20 x 24 Oil on Canvas

Please visit this wonderful Exhibition - all the works are for sale. Gallery hours Mon-Sat 11-5 Sun 12-4

View online - www.waterhousegallery.com

Waterhouse Gallery

La Arcada, 1114 State Street at Figueroa, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 805-962-8885 email art@waterhousegallery.com


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September 25, 2020

Santa Barbara Beautiful

‘Golden Leaf Awards’

“Locals Helping Locals” Top: Brass Bear Brewing & Bistro Bottom: Little Kitchen

“#WeMakeEvents Campaign / #RedAlertRESTART” Event Santa Barbara Bowl

“Locals Helping Locals” by Allen Construction Putting community first, Allen Construction offered pro bono assistance in building Outdoor Parklets, Seating, ADA Ramps, etc. CFO Project Coordinator: Lindsay Helmick Community Partners: Hayward Lumber; Mission Audio & Visual; CJM:LA; Evergreen SB Local Businesses: Brass Bear Brewing & Bistro; Dune Coffee; Holdren’s Steaks & Seafood; Kunin Wines; Little Kitchen; Mollie’s Restaurant; Renaud’s Patisserie & Bistro Montecito; Restaurant Roy; Valley Project; Villa Wine Bar.

Photo by Andrew Gartner /Gartner Design Company

Photo by Matthew Straka Photography

“AIA SB 2020 Design Charrette – Downtown State Street” by AIA Santa Barbara Chapter

“Light It Blue” Top: Santa Barbara Sea Center Bottom: Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital

With a goal to Reinvigorate, Reinvent, Reimagine, and Repurpose our Downtown with housing, energy, and life, the AIA SB hosted a Design Charrette for Downtown. Charrette Committee Co-Chairs: Cassandra Ensberg FAIA & LEED AP; Detlev Peikert AIA, LEED AP BD+C; Ellen Bildsten AIA LEED AP; Matt Beausoleil AIA & 2020 president AIA SB. Steering Committee: Alex Pujo AIA; Amy Fitzgerald-Tripp AIA; Paul Rupp AIA; Dennis Thompson FAIA; John Campanella; Karen Feeney, Hon. AIASB; Nina Johnson; Tony Tomasello; Jasper Jacobs P.E.

“2020 Awards for Responsive Works to COVID-19~Artists’ Stipends” by County of SB Office of Arts & Culture

Photos courtesy of Santa Barbara County Office of Arts & Culture

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Local landmarks were lit up in blue during the month of May to show gratitude to healthcare and essential workers. Project Coordinator: Nina Johnson Host Facility Sponsors: Arlington Theater; Lobero Theater; SB Museum of Natural History Sea Center; Cottage Hospital Santa Barbara; Mission Santa Barbara Coordinators/ Artists/ Sponsors: Andrew Gartner, Gartner Design Co. (Coordinator); Lani Ballonoff, SPARK Creative Events (Sponsor); Kym Cochran & Jonathan Smith, The Environment Makers (Participating Artists); Casey Caldwell, SB Arts Collaborative/CAW) (Sponsor); Jake Hanson, Bella Vista Designs (Sponsor); Ethan Turpin Art & Design (Participating Artist); Nina Dunbar (Coordinator)

AIA SB 2020 Design Charrette – Downtown State Street

Photo by AArthurFisher.com

“Light It Blue” by the City of Santa Barbara

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ONORING BEAUTIFICATION EFFORTS FOR THE LAST 55 YEARS, Santa Barbara Beautiful is recognizing local individuals, businesses, and organizations in a reimagined way this year by presenting the “Golden Leaf Awards” rather than hosting their annual Awards Gala. “We’re honored to celebrate our 55th Anniversary with Golden Leaf Awards – dedicated to the strength of our community and the individuals who have given joy to our city during these difficult times of COVID-19. Congratulations to each and every one!” shared Penny Haberman, Santa Barbara Beautiful President. Every year since 1965, SBB has celebrated the city’s beautification efforts with an Awards Gala in September, a gathering that recognizes people engaged in beautification and their publicly viewable projects. The Gala has seen many changes throughout the years, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SBB had to cancel their in-person celebration. They directed focus on those who have dealt directly with the local impacts of the pandemic. Honorees were selected by SBB’s Publicity/ Marketing/ Communications Committee and presented to the Board of Directors. Award winners will receive their award certificates via mail. 2020 Golden Leaf Award Winners are as follow:

In recognition of artists’ essential social contributions, 20 local artists received stipends of $500 each for creating work in response to this unprecedented time of COVID-19. Project Coordinator: Sarah York Rubin, Executive Director Project Participants: Dennis Smitherman, County Arts Commission; Karen Kerns, SB Bowl Foundation Artist recipients were selected from over 100 applicants. They include: Nathan Appel, Patricia Clarke, Jim Davis, David Diamant, Andrew Gartner , Chanté Glover, Mark Hirsch, Stephen Holland, Nathan Huff, Michael Long, Mary Nohr, Elisa Ortega Montilla, Juan Manuel Perez Salazar, Pecos Pryor, Irene Ramirez, Leticia Resch, Cecily Stewart, Sio Tepper, Andrew Thill, and Ethan Turpin

“#WeMakeEvents Campaign / #RedAlertRESTART” Event Showing support for the live entertainment industry during the COVID-19 pandemic, local venues participated in the nationwide event illuminating performing arts and culture venues on September 1st, 2020. Project Coordinator: Christopher Darling Host Facility Sponsors: SB Bowl: Rick Boller, Executive Director; Eric Shiflett, Program Director. Arlington Theater: Tammy Steuart (Metro Theaters)

Since 1965, Santa Barbara Beautiful has planted over 13,000 trees, and provided over $500,000 in grants to support local art and design projects, funded scholarships to students majoring in environmental horticulture and architectural design; celebrated numerous individuals, residences, and businesses that have demonstrated exceptional efforts to make Santa Barbara beautiful.

www.SBBeautiful.org • 805-965-8867

SB County Arts Commission 2020 Responsive Works Award Top: Essential by Chanté Glover. Acrylic paint and gold leaf on wood. Bottom: The Rona 2020: portrait of a virus (detail) by David Diamant. Hand drawn pen/ink and digital collage developed on to photographic paper.


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September 25, 2020

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Palminteri’s Community VOICE John Palminteri

From Honey to Generosity At 800 POUNDS with two locks each, these highly secure ELECTION BALLOT DROP BOXES are going in throughout Santa Barbara County for the start of voting October 5th. Each one is in a well lit, secure location. They will be checked at least once a day. The special VOTE BY MAIL boxes will be installed in the next week and will be unlocked for ballots on October 5th until election day November 3rd. Two election officials, as a team, pick them up one or more times a day – similar to the pick up at the main post office where ballots are sorted specifically to the election bin. https://keyt.com/.../800-pound-election-drop-off-box.../

THE ELECTION HAS BEGUN! Registrar of Voters Joe Holland in Santa Barbara County tells County Supervisors about 2000 ballots have gone out to those who are registered here but are out of the country. For example, someone in the military. Local ballots will arrive next week. Voting here begins October 5th.

The latest numbers show Santa Barbara County is reporting a decline in COVID-19 cases, in part because more people are using face coverings and masks. JUST WEAR IT. (Send your photo to me for the next post) Santa Barbara County is getting closer to the “RED TIER” in the COVID-19 battle. If the county gets there, limited inside capacity will be allowed for certain sectors including restaurants, movie theaters, churches, gyms, and nail salons. https://keyt.com/.../numbers-improve-and-santa-barbara.../

A staff member for Santa Barbara County Supervisor Steve Lavagnino has TESTED POSITIVE for COVID-19. At the supervisors meeting on Tuesday Lavagnino said he will be in quarantine in Santa Maria. Lavagnino is participating in the weekly meeting remotely.

HAVE ROOM FOR BEES? You could make a deal for some honey in the future. Greg from Blue Ridge Honey says he’s looking for local areas to bring his BEES FOR THE FALL and WINTER. Ojai and Santa Paula may not have the ideal climate, but some parcels in Carpinteria, Santa Barbara, or Goleta could be perfect.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg probably never visited Carpinteria, but she’s here for all to see tonight (Sunday). #RBG

Santa Barbara County holds its ground after critical GRAND JURY REPORT on cannabis. https://keyt.com/.../santa-barbara-county-holds-its.../

SECOND CAR FIRE TODAY (Tuesday)- This one on El Sueño just off Hwy 101. Caused a major backup with a ball of flames on Tuesday. Santa Barbara County Fire on it. (Photo: Sean Checketts)

100,000 KN95 masks and other medical gear is on the way from Direct Relief - Santa Barbara to Oregon fire disaster zones. CalDart, Angel Flight West, and Sheriff’s Aero Squadron rally in days to make it possible.

Bake Sale SURPRISE! - Eli Vargas, a cancer survivor, was given a check on Saturday on Coast Village Rd., in Santa Barbara, for one cookie. The value? $5000. The donor - will remain anonymous. (Photo: Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation)

Even during the pandemic, TWO NEW RESTAURANTS are opening at the Santa Barbara waterfront. SALTY at the Beach opened Thursday. CHOMP on the Rocks opens in three weeks. Owner Aaron Petersen also owns several restaurants in Solvang, and loves his oceanfront additions.

Working out IN PERSON is possible with new protocols at Santa Barbara City College Physical Education classes. Walking, spinning, team workouts, surfing, kayaking and more. COVID precautions everywhere. https://keyt.com/.../fitness-classes-are-open-at-santa.../

Photos by John Palminteri • www.facebook.com/john.palminteri.5 • Twitter @JohnPalminteri • Instagram @JohnPalminteriNews


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September 25, 2020

Harbor VOICE For a Friend...

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By Sigrid Toye, Special to VOICE

Photos by Scott Deardorff

OW COULD I NOT KNOW of one of the most charitable marine based organizations in the City of Santa Barbara, the Friendship Paddle? So embarrassing to have to admit that I seem to have been wearing that perpetual mask over the wrong part of my face … my eyes! Once informed, I learned that the noteworthy mission of the Friendship Paddle is to organize paddle events on the waters of the Channel for the purpose of providing emotional and financial support to Santa Barbara County residents of all ages fighting life-threatening illnesses. The Friendship Paddle was created in 2003 on behalf of Doug McFadden, a 39 year old father of two who had been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. A large gathering of friends organized to show their love and support with a lunch in his honor. Several friends wanted to continue this… but what does one do for someone fighting desperately to experience the second half of his adult life? Growing up in Santa Barbara, the ocean plays a big part of daily life: friends share joyful experiences on the ocean, and the waterfolk always turn to the ocean for soul searching, challenge, and escape. Why not gather a group of friends to paddle across the channel to raise funds for others like Doug and provide the financial and emotional support needed to battle a serious disease? Since 2003, the Friendship Paddle has grown as more paddlers have joined and sponsorships have increased. The planning of each yearly event has taken on a life of it’s own as the paddle (and/or

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celebration of life) became unique on behalf of its beneficiary. This year’s event, like so many events in Santa Barbara, had to change due to the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic.The traditional paddle from the Chanel Islands to the harbor area always included a BBQ and social gathering. As these gatherings had to be scrapped, the entire month of September was designated as a paddle for Peter Winn, the 2020 beneficiary. A paddler himself, who participated in twelve different Friendship Paddles in support of others experiencing life-threatening diseases, this was the year to return Peter’s love and rally around him, his wife Jan, and their daughter Ally. Winn was diagnosed in early 2020 with Multiple Myeloma, a blood cancer that impacts bone marrow, the immune system, and kidney function. On Sunday, September 20th a ‘Pop-up’ Paddle for Peter’ took place starting at Goleta Beach and ending at the Santa Barbara Yacht Club with 50 paddlers participating in Winn’s memory. Yacht Club Staff Commodore Scott Deardorff, himself a long time paddler, supporter, and a close friend of Winn, noted sadly, “Unfortunately, we lost Peter in body, but not in spirit! I know he’s here bringing fun and joy to this occasion as always… he was a great friend that never let time fade our friendship.” Deardorff added proudly, “This year’s Friendship Paddle, along with personal, business, and corporate sponsorships raised $100,000 on behalf of the Winn family.” Despite the fact that I’ve had the opportunity to become acquainted with the many charitable organizations in Santa Barbara, the caring and thoughtfulness of our community continues to astound me. Thank you Scott Deardorff for making me aware of the existence of this worthwhile organization and I encourage all of you to visit www.friendshippaddle.org and discover it for yourselves. Sigrid Toye volunteers for the Breakwater Flag Project. She is on the board of directors of the Maritime Museum and participates in Yacht Club activities. An educational/behavior therapist, Sigrid holds a Ph.D in clinical psychology. She loves all things creative, including her two grown children who are working artists. Send Harbor tips to: Itssigrid@gmail.com

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Poetic VOICE

Enchantments A Book of Luminous Things Czesław Miłosz

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By Richard Jarrette / Special to VOICE

T IS GOOD TO HAVE A BIG ANTHOLOGY OF POETRY that invites, engages, and elucidates without a forbidding tangle of erudition. It is significant that I have been gifted A Book of Luminous Things (1996) three times by three accomplished poets. Czesław Miłosz (1911-2004), one of the most important shapers of poetry, aesthetics, morality, and politics of the twentieth century, gathered his anthology of international poetry to further an ideal expressed in his Ars Poetica —

The purpose of poetry is to remind us how difficult it is to remain just one person, for our house is open, there are no keys in the doors, and invisible guests come in and out at will. Lithuanian-Polish-American, Nobel Laureate for Literature 1980, Miłosz influenced the giants themselves—poets like W.S. Merwin, Charles Simic, Jane Hirshfield. Perhaps the longest poem Jane ever wrote is about him, her friend. Here’s a bit of her five part Letter to C.— You studied Shakyamuni’s teachings because he could also not turn his face from suffering, though for you liberation required a soul—singular, real, believing beyond any proof that it will last. Your immutable, “Why?” remained, like Job’s, unanswered. And still in the halls of silence it echoes again. Miłosz thought about his Luminous Things over a lifetime that included 18 years teaching at UC Berkeley. Fierce fighter against the Nazis, Stalinists, protector and smuggler of Jews in Warsaw during WWII, he said of his anthology, “I would have nothing against it being called a book of enchantments.” And there are about 300 of them under engaging headings—Epiphany, Nature, The Secret of a Thing, Travel, Places, The Moment, People Among People, Woman’s Skin, Situations, Nonattachment, History. He introduces each of the 120 poets with a brief bio and an uninhibited opinion which I find delightful. Of a Robert Creeley poem he writes, “Man confronting nature fears his foreignness and is ashamed of his intrusion. He would like to return to

the earthly paradise before Adam’s sin. This seems to be a very American dream and this poem pays tribute to that tradition.”— Like They Say Underneath the tree on some soft grass I sat, I watched two happy woodpeckers be disturbed by my presence. And why not, I thought to myself, why not.

Czesław Miłosz

Miłosz includes seven poems by one of my favorite French poets, Jean Follain, and finally seems to get a little impatient about this one translated by W.S. Merwin—“I have doubts about some of Follain’s poems. Since my ideal is simplicity, a work that pushes conciseness beyond a certain limit seems to me too literary, or too sophisticated, which are often equated. This poem expects the reader to guess that primitive cave dwellers are involved, for whom precious stones would have no value, and we don’t know why those stones are there, where hunters used to carve their game.”— Black Meat Around stones called precious which only their own dust can wear down the eaters of venison carve in silence their black meat the trees on the horizon imitate in outline a giant sentence. Luminous Things includes many Chinese poems as Miłosz agrees their contributions to our modern literature beyond measure. I loved learning about Chang YangHao (1269-1329) who had been unknown to me—“Several centuries have passed since Wang Wei was writing his poems. We are now in a different period of Chinese history, and the reflection on time’s passing makes an integral part of this poem—a poem like the Bible’s vanity of vanities, with two magnificent concluding lines.”—

these mountains & rivers, the road to the T’ung Pass. I look west & hesitant I lament here where opposing armies passed through. Palaces of countless rulers now but dust. Empires rise: people suffer. Empires fall: people suffer. And here he gives full attention to a poem by last month’s subject Ted Kooser—“The poem, on a little town in Minnesota, is a synthetic image or even a collage. There is no single observer. First, we see the last car of a moving train, then we receive information about two lights in the darkness, one a bulb in the prison, the other a flashlight handled by an old woman going downstairs to the bathroom. And so altogether a province. The prison is an important building, an old house with cats belongs to a lone woman (the husband dead, children somewhere far away). Simultaneous images—moments are recaptured.”— Late Lights In Minnesota At the end of a freight train rolling away, a hand swinging a lantern. The only lights left behind in the town are a bulb burning cold in the jail, and high in one house, a five-battery flashlight pulling an old woman downstairs to the toilet among the red eyes of her cats. Miłosz championed the work of his younger countryman Adam Zagajewski (1945—) and says of this charming poem— “What follows is probably the shortest poem on the twentiethcentury mania of visiting places, all over the earth, as tourists.”— Auto Mirror In the rear-view mirror suddenly I saw the bulk of the Beauvais Cathedral; great things dwell in small ones for a moment.

Recalling The Past At T’ung Pass

May A Book of Luminous Things lead to endless delights for you as it has for me.

As if gathered together, the peaks of the ranges. As if raging, the waves on these banks. Winding along

Richard Jarrette is author of Beso the Donkey (2010), A Hundred Million Years of Nectar Dances (2015), The Beatitudes of Ekaterina (2017), The Pond (2019), Strange Antlers (Free Verse Editions, North Carolina State University, Fall 2021), and editor, with Red Pine: Dreaming of Fallen Blossoms: Tune Poems of Su Dong Po, Yun Wang, Translator (2019).

Community News United Boys and Girls Clubs of SB County Hosts Raffle Fundraiser

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F YOU’VE BEEN LOOKING TO BUY A VINTAGE CAR OR TO SUPPORT A LOCAL NONPROFIT, the United Boys and Girls Club of Santa Barbara County has a deal for you. This fall, the UBGC will be raffling off a 1956 GMC Pickup Truck valued at $60,000 to replace its traditional Rally4Kids event. Raffle tickets are on sale now, and the drawing will be held via Facebook Live on November 12th. “With the loss of traditional in person fundraisers this year, our team came up with some creative ways to support our kids,” said Laurie Leis, UBGC’s Executive VP of Advancement. “Every ticket sold gives you a chance to win a car while also giving a child a chance to succeed in their education. Together we can be a ray of light and send a message that we care.” Traditionally, the Rally4Kids event is one of UBGC’s most important fundraisers. However, due to the ongoing pandemic, Rally4Kids and four other UBGC fundraising events have been cancelled this year. This makes this fall’s raffle all the more vital, with proceeds from ticket sales going toward providing scholarships for children in need to attend the four full-day Community Learning Centers in Santa Barbara County. At these centers, students will be provided with academic support, meals, and the chance to participate in fun activities. “We believe that education and mentoring should not be contingent on the ability to pay, and our goal is to provide scholarships at each site, so every child has an opportunity to attend,” said Rally4Kids event co-chairs Monte and Maria Wilson. UBGC’s goal is to raise scholarship funds for more than 100 students. Each raffle ticket is priced at $150, and sales will be capped at 1,000 tickets. If less than 600 tickets are sold, then UBGC plans to raffle off a cash prize, with 50 percent of sales going to UBGC and the other half going to the winning individual.

To buy tickets or learn more about UBGC’s ongoing programs, visit www.unitedbg.org. The raffle drawing will be livestreamed at www.facebook.com/unitedbg on November 12th at 6pm.

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Environmental Defense Center Welcomes New Extern LENA FREIJ has joined the Environmental Defense Center’s team for the fall as a legal extern. In this role, she will support the Environmental Defense Center as Lena Freij they continue to advocate for local environmental issues by gathering research for its legal staff. Her current projects include researching oil transportation issues, and aiding staff on litigation issues with clean water in Santa Barbara County. Freij is in her second year at the University of California, Los Angeles Law School, and will be conducting her work remotely due to the ongoing pandemic.

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OVERNOR GAVIN NEWSOM HAS ANNOUNCED A CHANGE related to the Personal Services industry sector. The State of California guidelines have been modified to allow nail services to resume indoor operations and physician-ordered electrolysis to reopen with modifications. Piercing, tattoo, and non-medical electrolysis services are still prohibited from reopening at this time. The County Health Officer, Dr. Henning Ansorg, has issued Health Officer Order 2020-12.8, which took full effect on September 23, 2020 at 5 p.m. Guidance for personal care services like nail salons, tattoo parlors, and body waxing create a safer environment for workers and patrons. Businesses must review the guidance, prepare a plan, and post the checklist for personal care services in their workplace. The guidelines outline the State of California’s requirements that must be met before an establishment may reopen in conformance with local regulations. It is required that each business submit, or have an attestation form on file with the County of Santa Barbara before opening.

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Ongoing Community Resources & Activities

In the Time of COVID-19

MUSEUMS & THE ARTS SBNature From Home: The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History’s SBNature From Home page is organized by activities that the community can do outdoors, indoors, or online. Check back for new content. www.sbnature.org/visit/sbnature-from-home Live, Interactive, Virtual Field Trips programs for students grades K to 12, organized by the SB Museum of Natural History, are now available for student groups of up to 30. Museum educators will be joining students for journeys that start in the Museum halls and then transport them in space and time to explore the wonders and secrets beyond the exhibits. All programs align with Next Generation Science Standards. Each class group is $100 per program. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y6284qyp Santa Barbara Museum of Art - Online: The Museum continues to digitally engage the public by offering instructional videos for at-home art projects; a virtual tour of their current exhibition and other works in the collection; as well as lectures, and musical performances from their Video Library. www.sbma.net UCSB Arts & Lectures: Stay connected with UCSB Arts & Lectures through digital arts and cultural content. Join their email list at www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu to receive new content. The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center - Online: The Arts Center will be posting daily activities on Facebook and Instagram to inspire the community to create, engage, and connect. Find virtual art classes, live concerts, and music streams, art activities for all ages, and virtual galleries at: https://carpinteriaartscenter.org MOXI@Home - Weekly Topics to Inspire Exploration at Home: Programming will include videos based on weekly themes that will invite you to explore a variety of different scientific phenomena or activities and guide you to exploring it further at home with easy experiments and design challenges. www.moxi.org/athome Explore Ecology’s New Virtual Learning Page: It’s an online classroom that showcases virtual workshops and lessons, field trips for schools, and their latest videos. The learning opportunities are endless! https://exploreecology.org/virtual-learning PCPA Plays On!: Though their stages may be dark this summer... PCPA Plays On! will be sharing a variety of virtual programs for all ages that are fun, educational, engaging, and theatre focused to keep you playing too! www.pcpa.org/PCPAPlaysOn/

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SBIFF Family Film Fun – Shrek.: Your new friends Shrek, Donkey, and Princess Fiona will show you that it is most important to accept yourself and everything that makes you unique in Shrek, this week’s Family Fun Film. Download the activity guide at https://tinyurl.com/y6f9rnvp

MUSIC Camerata Pacifica Concert at Home!: 60 to 75 minute programs from the Camerata video library, curated by Artistic Director Adrian Spence, will be shared every Sunday at 10am & 6pm on YouTube Live: https://tinyurl.com/yb2llz43 11:30am on Facebook Live: www.facebook.com/cameratasb Nightly Met Opera Streams: The Metropolitan Opera streams begin at 7:30pm EDT and will remain available on the homepage at www.metopera.org for 20 hours. Schedule of streams www.metopera.org

OUTDOORS Casa del Herrero is open to the general public. While indoor spaces remain closed, guests will now engage in a reimagined self-guided garden tour utilizing QR codes. Book your tour by calling 805-565-5653. Each tour is first come, first serve with a maximum of six visitors allowed per tour. Admission is $25 per person. For guidelines visit www.casadelherrero.com/tours Zoom & Bloom Outdoor Learning Camp: The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is offering a school-time outdoor camp to supplement virtual school for two-week sessions through December 18th for elementary school children, ages seven through 12. To register ($50) visit https://tinyurl.com/y2c27uyq SBMNH’s Nature Nook: Sea Center interpreters and volunteers are bringing a little bit of the Sea Center to the SB Museum of Natural History’s campus with the new Nature Nook, offering engaging Museum and Sea Center activities. Check out the web calendar to plan your next visit at www.sbnature.org/visit/calendar The Sea Center Outdoor Spaces are open to the public Fridays to Sundays, from 11am to 4pm. Visitors will have access to the Wet Deck for exploring life beneath Stearns Wharf and touch the Swell Sharks, sea anemones, sea stars, and other animals. www.sbnature.org SB Zoo Extended Summer Hours: The Zoo’s hours of operation have been extended from 10am to 7pm with early entry for Zoo Members starting at 9am. Online reservations are still required. Reserve your spot at www.sbzoo.org

Solvang Food Tours Open: Eat This Shoot That invites you to enjoy a three hour outdoor food tour and stroll through iconic Solvang. Use code FOODIENL10 to get ten percent off all in-person food tour tickets. To buy tickets ($109/$99) visit https://tinyurl.com/yxbttas5 The Gaviota Coast Conservancy: Recommends three walks that you can take on the Gaviota Coast: Coal Oil Point Reserve and Devereux Slough, Baron Ranch, and Arroyo Hondo Preserve. https://tinyurl.com/y7rn6jyt Open Days at Arroyo Hondo Preserve: Hike at the Arroyo Hondo Preserve on the first and third weekends of the month from 10am to 4pm and Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am-1pm. It’s free to visit and reservations are required. Pets are not allowed. Fill out the reservation form. https://tinyurl.com/yd6so7uk The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is Open to the general public from Friday to Tuesday, 10am to 5pm, and to members only from 9am to 10am. No reservations are required, but visitors must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Register for online classes/events: www.sbbg.org/classes-events SB Museum of Natural History’s outdoor exhibits are open by reservation only from Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am to 5pm. Guests will have access to wander and explore the Backyard and shady wooded areas along Mission Creek. www.sbnature.org Lotusland Open to the Public: Lotusland is safe, spacious, and socially-distant by its very nature. Reservations will have staggered arrival times and all visitors will be limited to no more than two-hours in the Garden. Face masks required. To reserve a Self-Guided Tour call 805.969.9990. www.lotusland.org Carpinteria Birdwatchers Virtual Meetings: Carpinteria Birdwatchers have evening birdwatching classes and morning birdwatching outings, all free and open to all ages and ability levels. Meetings are weekly and online via Zoom until further notice Thursdays, from 4 to 5:15pm. Each week will focus on a different topic. Join the current meeting by visiting https://tinyurl.com/y9rheypj

RESOURCES & WORKSHOPS Nature At Your Fingertips: From art projects, to stories, to natural recipes, Wilderness Youth Project is providing resources that deeply engage children and adults with the natural world. Access the Free Nature Resource Portal at https://wyp.org/resource-portal/ and check back every week to see what fun new offerings are added.

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and The Chamber of the Santa Barbara Region www.SBChamber.org The Importance of Activities, Mindfulness, and Community for Vitality: The Friendship Center is committed to bringing activities and engagement to you at home! They will be hosting live activity sessions through Zoom and Facebook live every Monday-Thursday. Join Zoom Meetings at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/257870485 Meeting ID: 257-870-485 Facebook Live: https://tinyurl.com/y9yktnm8 AHA! Free Online Workshops: From topics such as Body Image During Corona to Parenting in Place to Couples’ Issues in Extreme Conditions, AHA! therapists and coaches are offering free online workshops. Preregistration is required. For a complete schedule and to register visit https://ahasb.org/ Mahakankala Buddhist Center Online Classes: Center classes have been moved online. The center offers evening classes on Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 6:30 to 7:30pm and a Sunday morning class from 10:30 to 11:45am. Suggested donation per class is $10. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y9ea3wpj SBPL Works! offers Help for Job Seekers: Looking for a job or to improve your career skills? The SB Public Library’s professional staff in their workforce development program SBPL Works! are ready to help you with one-to-one consultations in English or Spanish remotely. Free and open to all and by appointment. Complete the survey at: https://tinyurl.com/y9jmn8fx Fighting Hate From Home Webinars: At a time when we can all feel isolated, we need to pull together more than ever to stand up against antisemitism and extremism. The Anti-Defamation League is offering a series of webinars, Fighting Hate from Home, to help unite and inform the community. Sign up for ADL’s email list to receive notifications each week about the next event in the webinar series. www.adl.org/webinars Watch archived webinars at https://tinyurl.com/yc6ynu6z Library & Community Resources for Mental Wellness: Find links to community and national resources about mental health at https://tinyurl.com/yalfwj9m The Library also has books and resources

Library Sidewalk Service Locations Added at Eastside, Montecito, and Carpinteria locations in addition to Central Library. Days and times for each location vary. Book drops will also be open at each location during Sidewalk Service hours. This contactless pickup service is only available to SBPL cardholders. https://tinyurl.com/y7pkvas7 COVID-19 Isolation Support Group: New Beginnings is offering a free COVID-19 Isolation Support Group on Mondays from 5:30 to 7pm via Zoom. To sign up call or text 805-419-3212. https://tinyurl.com/y235zn2r SBMM Maritime On The Move: Brings museumquality experiences to sites throughout Santa Barbara County. These adventures begin outdoors and incorporate engaging activities for students to enjoy while exploring local ecosystems and biomes found in their own backyard. Programs can be customized. www.sbmm.org/at-home United Boys & Girls Clubs of SB County After-School program: Monday through Friday 3 to 6pm. Free for all students who qualify for free and reduced lunch. For three hours every weekday, hundreds of children will be able to take dance and yoga classes, learn organic gardening, take part in outdoor activities, and eat a healthy snack. Register at: www.unitedbg.org/parent Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation’s Gold Ribbon Campaign will run throughout the month of September to raise funds during National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. This year, the Campaign is solely focused on raising funds and awareness for the organization and the families they serve. To donate visit https://bit.ly/31I8Gkm TEDxSantaBarbara Spurs Change: TEDxSantaBarbara, a locally organized offshoot of the international TED nonprofit, kicked off Making Waves: Conversations with Influencers and Disruptors, a series of virtual talks to address two major issues facing society today – COVID-19 and systemic racism. The online events will be free and broadcasted live on Zoom and Facebook on Wednesdays at 4pm through December 2020. Reserve tickets at: www.TEDxSantaBarbara.com Let’s Get Cooking! : The SB Maritime Museum is hosting a Sustainable Seafood Recipe Contest through October 17th. Open to families, couples, and individuals 14 years or older, recipe contest entries must include original recipes using sustainable seafood that can be prepared in 60 minutes or less. Winners will be announced November 1st. For guidelines and to submit recipes visit https://tinyurl.com/yxus5u4f

Cottage Health’s Free Online Resources for Families: Offering fun and educational resources to help families cope and spend productive time together. The page has everything from free coloring book pages to online Broadway plays to NASA tours. Choose a new activity every day at https://tinyurl.com/yc6t9uxa To view more online COVID-19 resources for parents and children visit https://tinyurl.com/y8ffq28m Webinars for Your Business to Navigate COVID-19: Webinars on a variety of topics to help the business community survive and navigate the COVID-19 public health crisis. Visit the following websites to see what they have to offer: Economic Development Collaborative (EDC) www.EDCollaborative.com; Womens Economic Ventures (WEV) www.WEVOnline.org; Traffic Solutions www.trafficsolutions.org; SCORE Santa Barbara https://tinyurl.com/yxh2qz5c;

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Cor Art Classes: Workshops for the Human Spirit: The Santa Barbara Arts Collaborative is offering classes for participants to renew, refresh, process, feel some playfulness and freedom, and to learn skills helpful in these changing times. Class fees are discounted for all and scholarships are also available. Classes begin September 30th. For the full class list, to sign up for a class and/or apply for a scholarship visit www.sbcaw.org/classes


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Three Young Masters Exhibition

By Jeanette Casillas / VOICE Born in 1983, Harrison began pursuing art as soon as he was able to hold a pencil. It began as an ROM CITYSCAPES TO NATURAL SETTINGS, three innocent journey of exploration and the excitement young artists – Derek Harrison, Kyle Ma, and Hsin-Yao that came with applying a vision to a piece of paper. Tseng – each with his own very distinctive style that In later years, Harrison was consistently dabbling in reflects their own personal artistic vision, allure the art, always drawing, painting, etc. viewer with light and composition in Waterhouse Gallery’s After several years of working as a tattoo artist, Three Young Masters Exhibition set to open on Saturday, he made the transition to working September 26th. Harrison will be full time as a fine artist in 2011. present on Saturday from 4pm Fine art became his true calling to 6pm for a masked socially and he quickly rose to be one of distanced “Stop & Chat.” the most exciting contemporary “As it says in the title of the Morning Light Mission Park by Derek Harrison realist painters today. exhibition, these are three artists A Santa Barbara resident, who are regarded generally in the in watercolors, as well as other mediums, outside of school. Harrison’s work is figurative in nature and Art World as exceptional artists portrays the world in which he lives and the The early exposure instilled in him the foundation needed to for their respective ages, and excel at very early age. people whom inhabit it. therefore, can be called young He received both a B.F.A. and M.F.A. in Fine Art Painting “Kyle Ma has a very immediate masters,” shared gallery owner from Academy of Art University, San Francisco in 2009 and approach to his work. He paints mostly and artist Ralph Waterhouse. 2012. Tseng, having already developed a signature style, has ‘en plein air’ which is a term that refers to “They have achieved a level of painting outdoors on location,” Waterhouse had his work recognized by the major art magazines of today, sophistication in their work which as well as by an unprecedented number of highly prestigious related. “He has the ability to translate belies their ages. All are 35 or galleries, especially at his young age. His dedication and images that he has gathered on his travels under and Kyle Ma is only 20.” interest in the arts is apparent from over ten years of hard and render them with the same vibrant The Three Young Masters work and academic studies. immediate feel to his plein air work.” Exhibition is open to the public “All three are exceptional artists and to see a large selection Ma was born in 2000 and developed with social distancing from 11am of their work displayed in one exhibition is a real treat,” a love of nature during his childhood. He to 5pm Monday through Saturday Waterhouse concluded. was drawn to art at an early age and says and noon to 4pm on Sunday. The Alone in Midtown NYC by Hsin-Yao Tseng www.waterhousegallery.com that painting allows him to express his exhibition is also available on-line viewpoint at of our world. www.waterhousegallery.com In 2010, Ma moved with “Derek has a very studied approach and a romantic feel to his family to Austin, Texas his paintings,” explained Waterhouse. “He is a representational where he continues to pursue painter who works in the ‘classical tradition,’ creating his love and affection for art. contemporary figurative and landscape works, inspired by He enjoys painting ‘en plein many 19th century artists.” air’ and in the studio. His core belief is that inspiration can truly be pulled from anything or anywhere. “Hsin-Yao Tseng also has a very immediate approach to painting... He is a very fine painter of cityscapes and has captured the essence of the vibrancy of city life in his paintings,” Waterhouse noted. “His work is bold and compelling... and he has Valerie Banks, Flower Empower, Dream Foundation; Barbara Schoch, VP Program Dream Foundation; won numerous awards for Toine Overgaag, Owner/President Westerlay Orchids; Chris Tucker, ED Garden Court; and Charlene his work in a relatively short Fletcher, ED Gardens of Hope career.” Tseng was born in 1986 in Taipei, Taiwan. Around the Garrapata Surf by Kyle Ma age of ten, he started painting HE FLOWER EMPOWER VAN ROLLED UP to Gardens on Hope last Wednesday with a

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Celebrating Santa Barbara Artists & Art Destinations GALLERIES • STUDIOS • MUSEUMS • PUBLIC PLACES 10 WEST GALLERY: 10 West Anapamu • Fri-Sun 12-4 • www.10westgallery.com • 805-770-7711. ARCHITECTURAL FOUNDATION GALLERY: Siempre Mas by Minga Opazo ~ Oct 31 • 229 E Victoria • 805-965-6307 • www.afsb.org/programs/art-gallery. ART, DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM, UCSB: Many Online exhibitions: Outside In: The Architecture of Swith and Williams; Carefree California: Cliff May and the Romance of the Ranch House; Irresistible Delights: Recent Gifts to the Art Collection; Hostile Terrain 94; Common Bonds: Artists and Architects on Community; Irving J. Gill: Simplicity and Reform; Lucille Lloyd: A Life in Murals; UCSB Campus Architecture: Design and Social Change; and Westmore: Making Faces for Film • 805-893-2951 • www.museum.ucsb.edu/exhibitions/. ART FROM SCRAP GALLERY: many classes online • 805-884-0459 • www.exploreecology.org/art-from-scrap. ATKINSON GALLERY @ SBCC: Closed/COVID-19 • gallery.sbcc.edu • 805-897-3484 BELLA ROSA GALLERIES: Central Coast Landscapes ~ Sep 30 • 1103-A State St • 11-5pm daily • 805-966-1707.

CASA DE LA GUERRA: Closed/ COVID-19 • 805-965-0093. CASA DOLORES: Old Postcards from México/ Tarjetas Postales Antiguas de México ~ Oct 5 • www.casadolores.org • 1023 Bath St • 805-963-1032. CHANNING PEAKE GALLERY: Closed/COVID-19 • 105 E Anapamu • 805-568-3994. COLETTE COSENTINO ATELIER + GALLERY: 11 W Anapamu • By Appt • 805-570-9863. COMMUNITY ARTS WORKSHOP: Closed/COVID-19 • 631 Garden • 805-324-7443. CORRIDAN GALLERY: 125 N Milpas • www.corridan-gallery.com • 805-966-7939. CYPRESS GALLERY: Daily 11-5, Sun 2-5 • www.lompocart.org • 119 E Cypress Ave • 805-737-1129. DISTINCTIVE FRAMING N’ ART: 1333 State St • 805-882-2108 • www.distinctiveframingnart.com. ELIZABETH GORDON GALLERY: 15 W Gutierrez St • 805-963-1157 • www.elizabethgordongallery.com. EL PRESIDIO DE SANTA BÁRBARA: www.sbthp.org/presidio • Closed/COVID-19 • 805-965-0093. ELVERHØJ MUSEUM: Closed/ COVID-19 • 805-686-1211 • www.elverhoj.org.

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URING THE UNPRECEDENTED TIMES OF COVID-19, when many events are being canceled or rescheduled, the SLOPOKE Art of the West Exhibition & Sale is getting back in the saddle to present its 10th annual show in a safe and socially distanced way on September 25th to 27th at Flag Is Up Farms, an open-air ranch in Solvang. This unique live art show celebrates the American West - its scenery, wildlife, ranch life, and history, and offers guests the opportunity to meet the artists. SLOPOKE showcases excellence in painting and sculpture with the flavor of the American West. During the exhibiton, three sculptors, Errol Gordon, Dino Mehaffie, and Pat Roberts will unveil their most recent sculptures to the public. Each piece will be a new limited-edition bronze fresh from the foundries. Additional featured artists include 2020 Jurist and featured artist Jim Wodark, The Irish Cowboy by Lisa McLoughlin Janet Allinger, Liz Alvarez, Naomi Brown, Tom Burgher, Gloria Chadwick, Gail Faulkner, Alexi Fine, Melinda Gandy, Carolynne Hawley, Teresa Johnson, Diane Keltner, Simon Lok, Lisa McLoughlin, Tracy Miller, Melody Owes, Denise Rich, Janice Scultz, Phyllis Waltman, and Jody Wiggins. SLOPOKE will be held at Flag Is Up Farms, the 100-acre thoroughbred horse ranch of Monty and Pat Roberts in Solvang, California, and is open to the public. This is a open-air event, with social Near Life-Size Study of a Horse Head distancing, hand sanitizer, and by Pat Roberts complimentary SLOPOKE cowboy bandanas that can be used as face masks. Attendees will also receive a free high-quality art book.

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The event takes place September 25th to 27th, with an artist reception and awards ceremony from 5:30 to 7pm on Friday; and Saturday 105pm; and Sunday 10-4pm. The ranch is located at 901 East Highway 246 in Solvang. For Info and tickets ($25) visit: www.the-slopoke.com.

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805-957-1115. KARPELES MUSEUM & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY: Closed/COVID-19 • 21 W Anapamu • 805-962-5322. KATHRYNE DESIGNS: 1225 Coast Village Rd, Suite A • 805-565-4700. LA CUMBRE CENTER FOR CREATIVE ARTS: La Cumbre Plaza • Thurs-Sun 12-4 • lacumbrecenterforcreativearts@gmail.com LINDEN STUDIO AND GALLERY: 963 Linden Av, Carpinteria • 805-570-9195. LYNDA FAIRLY CARPINTERIA ARTS CENTER: Closed/COVID-19 • Free virtual art classes • 805-684-7789 • www.carpinteriaartscenter.org. MARCIA BURTT STUDIO: Gradeur ~ Oct 11 • www.artlacuna.com • 517 Laguna St • Th-Su 1-5pm • 805-962-5588. MICHAELKATE INTERIORS & ART GALLERY: Contemporary Art & Interior Design • 132 Santa Barbara St • Open Tu-Sat 10-6 • 805-963-1411. MOXI, THE WOLF MUSEUM: Closed/ COVID-19 • 125 State St • Thu-Su 10-12 & 1-3 • 805-770-5000. MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART SB: Closed/COVID19 • Bloom Projects: Genevieve Gaignard, Outside Looking In • 805-966-5373 • www.mcasantabarbara.org. MUSEUM OF VENTURA COUNTY: Closed at this time • 805-653-0323. PALM LOFT GALLERY: 410 Palm Av, Loft A1, Carp • By Appt • 805-684-9700. PEREGRINE GALLERIES: 1133 Coast Village Rd • 805-969-9673. PORCH: GALLERY: 3823 Santa Claus Ln • 805-684-0300. PORTICO GALLERY: 1235 Coast Village Rd • 805-695-8850. RODEO GALLERY & LOVEWORN: 11 Anacapa St • 805-636-5611. RUTH ELLEN HOAG FINE ART @ GRAYSPACE GALLERY: 5 on the Rise ~ Oct 11th • On-Line painting classes • 219 Gray Av • Fri-Sun 1-4, RSVPs welcome • 805-689-0858. SANSUM CLINIC LOWER LEVEL: The Art of Ballet II by Malcolm Tuffnell ~ Ongoing • 317 W Pueblo St •

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805-898-3070. SANTA BARBARA ART WORKS: Artists with Disabilities - Virtual Arts Market • 28 E. Victoria Street • 805-260-6705. SANTA BARBARA ARTS: Thurs-Sun 11-5 • 805-884-1938. SANTA BARBARA FINE ART: Along The Way West: recent paintings by Michael Drury • 1321 State St • Thu-Sun 1-8 • 805-845-4270. SANTA BARBARA TENNIS CLUB: Paintings and Photography with John Baran ~ Oct 2 • 10-4 daily by appt • 2375 Foothill Rd • 805-682-4722. SB BOTANIC GARDEN: members 9-10/ public 10-5 daily • www.sbbg.org • 805-682-4726. SB HISTORICAL MUSEUM: The Fiesta Project • Reopening as Outdoor Museum • 136 E De la Guerra • Thur noon-5, Fri noon-7; Sat 12-5 • 805-966-1601. SB MARITIME MUSEUM: Closed/ COVID-19 • Online: Dwight Brooks Model Boat Collection • Lectures & art on-line www.SBMM.org • 805-962-8404.

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Joan Rosenberg-Dent: Naked Porcelain… Splat on the Wall! Re-imagining Virtual Exhibitions By Michele Tahan / VOICE

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OPING TO BRING AN ELEMENT OF ENRICHING, POSITIVE ENERGY into the lives of artists whose opportunity to exhibit their work in person has been severley limited (and to those who love their work), Joan Rosenberg-Dent has taken this moment to explore a new kind of gallery, offering the look and feel of an in-person show. Her latest exhibit, Naked Porcelain… Splat on the Wall! features what she has become admired for, a wide-ranging variety of abstract, conceptual, and translucent porcelain sculptures that viewers may find breathtaking. Teaming up with www.artavita.com, the exhibition is presented to feel similar to walking into a physical showroom. Find it at www.artavita.com/virtual_exhibitions/122 through the end of October and see for yourself. “I was thinking that because there are so many people, stuck in, unhappy, and frustrated, it would be a way to bring some other element into their lives... It would help. It would show artists that there are some options out there to share their work because, what are they doing now? They’re working constantly, because we have the time and there’s no distraction,” Rosenberg-Dent shared of her motivations. When viewers enter Naked Porcelain…Splat on the Wall!, they will begin at the main entrance of a showroom, and travel through to see all of RosenbergDent’s pieces hung on walls like they would in an in-person show. Viewers can navigate through the aisles using left and right arrows, and click on an art piece to read more about it or (for the tech challenged) allow the exhibition to run automatically. Although the process of hanging artwork in a virtual exhibit had its challenges, Finding Beauty in the Wind, by Joan Rosenberg-Dent according to the artist, the space flows beautifully and each of the pieces pop out from the walls, showcasing the form, movement, and rhythm that is characteristic of Rosenberg-Dent’s artwork. “My inspiration behind this exhibit was looking at the world from a different point of view. You know, when you’re seeing a sculpture, it’s always somewhere close to your visual level. You walk around all the sides of the sculpture. I wanted a different viewpoint.”

Rosenberg-Dent’s pieces are made mostly in unglazed porcelain, which allows for translucency and whiteness, while the tension between the forms, line, color, and materials amplify. Viewers can see how the shadows around the pieces create depth and become part of the piece themselves. Les Fleurs in porcelain on wood panel with acrylic cover, showcases a beautifully detailed bouquet of abstract porcelain flowers. In Hugs & A Kiss, porcelain on wood panel, the elements are extended an inch from the panel, which allows shadows to be cast and the depth to be enhanced. Inner Peace, porcelain on wood panel is visually and conceptually based on the mantra. “I kind of see myself as the choreographer and I see my pieces as the dancers. My pieces are arranged just like I would choreograph a dance, with a lot of attention to the space around, and how they relate.” Rosenberg-Dent’s out-of-box thinking combined with her hands-on approach, creates masterpieces that are organic and exude palpable energy. The idea behind Naked Porcelain…Splat on the Wall! came from her reflection on other ways of being. “I started throwing my Rip Tide, by Joan Rosenberg-Dent clay on the wall and I thought, ‘oh my God,’ why don’t I do something on my wall!” One section of her exhibit, Finding beauty in unprecedented times, is dedicated to the COVID-19 pandemic. All of the pieces relate to the beach walks she has every day, where she finds peace and happiness and beauty. Finding Beauty in the Wind reflects this calming and peaceful nature, which she believes is so often overlooked. Celebration, porcelain, string on wood panel is about celebrating life in unprecedented times. These pieces remind us that while it’s easy to overlook beauty in the world, it still exists all around us. “I am a maker. I love to make things. I am always creating, no matter what I have, sticks and stones or yarn and clay.” With a main goal to share her work with others, Rosenberg-Dent hopes that Naked Porcelain…Splat on the Wall! will help other artists to think about creative ways to showcase their own art. Find the online Gallery at: www.artavita.com/virtual_exhibitions/122

More Artists & Art Destinations SB MUSEUM OF ART: Closed/ COVID-19 • Online exhibits: Highlights of the Permanent Collection ~ Ongoing • SmallFormat American Paintings from the Permanent Collection • In the Meanwhile...Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Art • Fall After-School Classes via Zoom • https://tickets.sbma.net/ • Studio Sundays via Zoom • www.sbma.net/events/videolibrary/studiosundays • Online resources: www.sbma.

net/learn/athome • www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFgz_ EK8or8&t=37s • 805-963-4364. SB MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY: Online workshops • Outdoor areas open w/ RSVP • Wed - Sun 10-5 • www.sbnature.org • 805-682-4711. SILO 118: LOVE ART? HATE COVID-19? • www.silo118.com.

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SLINGSHOT: AN ALPHA ART FORUM: Closed/COVID-19 • 805-770-3878. SOLVANG ANTIQUES FINE ART GALLERY: 1693 Copenhagen Dr • 805-686-2322. STATE GALLERY @ YOUTH INTERACTIVE: Closed/COVID-19 • 805-617-6421. SULLIVAN GOSS: AN AMERICAN GALLERY: The Greenhouse: Liz Brady, Erika Carter & Virginia Mccracken ~ Oct 26 • By Appt only • 11 E Anapamu St • www.sullivangoss.com • 805-730-1460. SYV HISTORICAL MUSEUM & CARRIAGE HOUSE: Closed/ COVID-19 • 805-688-7889. UCSB LIBRARY: Closed/COVID-19 • www.library.ucsb.edu • 805-893-2478. VILLAGE FRAME & GALLERY: 1485 E Valley Rd #1 • 805-969-0524. WATERHOUSE GALLERY: Three Young Masters • La Arcada Ct, 1114 State St, #9 • www.waterhousegallery.com • 11-5pm Mon-Sat, 12-4pm Sun • 805-962-8885. WESTMONT RIDLEY-TREE MUSEUM OF ART: On-Line: Adjacent: Westmont Graduate Exhibition 2020 • 805-565-6162 • www.westmont.edu/museum.

WILDLING MUSEUM: Closed/ COVID-19 • Online: Starry Nights: Visions of the Night Sky; 20/20: A Retrospective: Celebrating 20 Years of the Wildling Museum; Critters of the Tri-County Region: 2020 Photography Competition; Looking Beyond the Pandemic: A

Collaboration with Allan Hancock College; A Mighty Oak: An Oak Habitat Mural by John Iwerks • 1511 B Mission Drive, Solvang • www.wildlingmuseum.org.

SBMA Art Matters Lecture Series (via Zoom)

Casta Paintings: Picturing Racial Difference in Colonial Mexico

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Whether solo, with his former band the Drive-By Truckers or fronting The 400 Unit, four-time Grammy winner Jason Isbell writes songs that are master classes in narrative.

Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano SUN, NOV 22 / 5:00 PM / VIRTUAL

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Author of the bestselling books Wild, Tiny Beautiful Things, and Brave Enough, Cheryl Strayed encourages readers to live large, love hard, and be brave enough to break their own hearts.

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Vivek H. Murthy, MD

THU, DEC 10 / 5:00 PM / VIRTUAL

Pink Martini’s China Forbes and Thomas Lauderdale join together for a charming cabaret performance crossing genres of classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, followed by Q&A.

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Anne Lamott

The 19th U.S. Surgeon General and author of Together will talk about his work on loneliness and the current state of public health and take questions on these critical topics for our time.

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Mike Birbiglia

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Notes on Hope

In this candid, insightful, and hilarious House Calls program and Q&A, bestselling author Anne Lamott will help us rediscover the nuggets of hope that are buried within.

Jake Shimabukuro

With his “genius blend of confessional and observational comedy” (The New York Times), Birbiglia will read from his new memoir followed by an off-the-cuff Q&A with the audience.

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With his out-of-the-box blend of stunning virtuosity and deep musicality, ukulele master Jake Shimabukuro takes the four-string, two-octave instrument to places no one has gone before.

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Community partners include the Natalie Orfalea Foundation & Lou Buglioli.

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Showcasing her spectacular banjo and fiddle playing, passionate vocals, and perceptive songwriting, Giddens will perform a special concert from her home in Ireland, followed by a Q&A.

Gillian Tett

Order Access from UCSB Arts & Lectures by phone at (805) 893-3535 or online at www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu. $140: All Access Pass includes 15 events / Advance tickets for individual events start at $10 / UCSB students are free with registration). Prices are subject to change. Capacity is limited.

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THU, JAN 28 / 5:00 PM / VIRTUAL

New York Times crossword editor and avid table tennis player Will Shortz answers your puzzle-related puzzlements from his famed Westchester Table Tennis Center.

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