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WHAT’SHANGING? with Ted Mills Ted Mills is a local writer, filmmaker, artist, and podcaster on the arts. You can listen to him at www.funkzonepodcast.com. He currently has a seismically dubious stack of books by his bed. Have an upcoming show you’d like us to know about? Please email: tedmills@gmail.com

reason we know the work of Lockwood de Forest, or Ray Strong, or any number of Santa Barbarans. The show is a greatest hits mix tape of their biggest names, and a statement of purpose for 2020. Through March 2. SQUARE PEGS

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new decade dawns and Santa Barbara’s art scene rubs its eyes and asks itself if it’s awake. Are you? What does it mean for all of us that Amazon is now sponsoring 1st Thursdays? Should we ask Alexa? Will art be delivered by drone? I have no crystal ball, but below we have a few events that I guarantee you are happening. I should know, I read the press release! See you, as usual, out on the art walks….

when they bought the estate of Anya Fisher, Sullivan Goss has been collecting and preserving artists estates, adding them to the collection, and bringing out monographs on them. They’re the

The Santa Barbara Printmakers guild has been going since 1989, a constantly evolving roster of artists that if you’ve spent any time out and about on 1st Thursdays, you’ve probably seen. (You might even be a member! Thank you

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Sullivan Goss gets a lot of shout-outs in this column, and why not? They have a major show nearly every other month, and one of our top for-profit galleries in Santa Barbara, which is an achievement in itself, just existing for so long, promoting the best of our living artists and representing our past as well. Their current show “The Anchors,” is a thank you to the collections that keep the engine buzzing. Starting in 1992,

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for reading this column.) Their current show “Haven” is a juried exhibit of 10” x 10” prints along the theme of the title. But you know artists and their “themes” don’t you? Just come for the cool works: there’ll be intaglio, relief, screen printing, monoprints, and the like. All priced to sell and hang (did I mention they’re small?). Artists Claudia Borfiga and Meagan Stirling curated and have been joined by architect Jeremy White in the jurying phase. Through March 4 at the Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara, 229 East Victoria Street. IN PRAISE OF CERAMICS

If you’ve been on the SB Studio Artists Tour in recent years, you might have stopped by the studio of clay

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We proclaim that there is a reason for the hope within us. Join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am and fellowship afterwards. We offer many different days and times for Bible study during the week: Sunday morning following worship, Wednesday evening, Thursday afternoon, Friday morning. We also have a prayer group which meets on Tuesday evenings. Check our website for our weekly schedule: www.EmanuelLutheranSB.org or call the church office 805-687-3734

3721 Modoc Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93105 EmanuelLutheranSB.org info@EmanuelLutheranSB.org 3721 Modoc Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93105 EmanuelLutheranSB.org info@EmanuelLutheranSB.org 805.687.3734 805.687.3734

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