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Matthew Stork will exhibit mixed-media work at SBCAST.
Stork to exhibit at SBCAST
Carpinteria artist Matthew Stork’s exhibition “In Flight,” will be part of Downtown Santa Barbara’s First Thursday art events at SBCAST, 513 Garden St., Santa Barbara, on Thursday April 4, from 5 to 9 p.m. Stork explores the metaphor of flying through mixed media and augmented reality. “Concepts of animism and semiotics influence my mixed-media work combining drawing, painting and found objects, including discarded technology and natural-world objects,” Stork wrote. “These works create emotions, thoughts, questions and answers experienced within the viewer’s mind.” Stork will also participate in the Carpinteria Arts Center’s Studio Tour event on the weekend of May 11-12. For more information, visit matthewstorkart.com.
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Former Carpinterian publishes third novel
Willard Thompson’s third novel, “The Girl from the Lighthouse,” is set in the 19th century and tells the story of Emma Dobbins who was raised by her father, a lighthouse keeper at Point Conception. Dobbins discovers her artistic talent and travels to Paris with a chaperone at the age of 17. She ends up alone during the start of the Belle Èpoque, and France soon is involved in the Franco/Prussian War and the Commune Uprising. Dobbins struggles to realize her dream of becoming an artist in the novel, which is told in the first person and takes place from the 1870s until 1912, just before the start of WWI. Thompson has won numerous awards for his writing and is also a lecturer and historian. His previous novels are “Dream Helper” and “Delfina’s Gold.” Thompson now lives in Montecito.
Arts Center to hold poetry contest
In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Carpinteria Arts Center is holding the Luschei Family Poetry Awards, established by former poet laureate of San Luis Obispo County Glenna Luschei Berry-Horton. Poets must either reside in Carpinteria or submit poems inspired by Carpinteria. Entries are due April 12, submissions are free and contest guidelines are available at carpinteriaartscenter.org. Cash prizes of $300 for the adult winner, $100 for the teen winner, and $50 for the child winner will be awarded, and the adult winner will also have a small edition chapbook printed. An awards ceremony will be held at the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center on April 26 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
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