Â If you are in need of a spooky spot to rest your head this Halloween -come stay with us………… welcome all goblins,ghouls, and spooks !!!!!! MwoooooooooHoooooooooooooHaaaaaaaaa Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
October 23, 2009
SUPER SANTA BARBARA
What:Â Exhibition about the ‘Future of Santa Barbara’
“Partly inspired by Measure B (the building height measure), and in part by the work of Super Studio (a radicalÂ italian architecture firm), this quickly assembled exhibition seeks to encourage fresh perspectives, conversation & debate about the future of our community. Â Twenty local artists have been asked to envision whatÂ Â might be like in 50-100 years.”
SeeÂ www.supersantabarbara.comÂ for more information.
JAMES VAN ARSDALE Â· STEPHANIE DOTSON Â· R. NELSON PARRISH Â· JONNY TROYNA Â· JOHANNA REED Â· ETHAN TURPIN Â· WILLIAM MCVICAR Â· KATRINA TRAJANO Â· KIMBERLY HAHN Â· JASON SOBER Â· LAURA DEVENDORF Â â€¢ Â TRISTAN TYLER BLODGETT Â· KIM CORDOVA Â· STEVE SORIA Â· WARREN SCHULTHEIS Â· SAUL GRAY-HILDENBRAND â€¢ Â HENERY RAMOS Â Â· ZACK PAUL Â· MARK GOERNER Â· ROBERT HECKES Â
RECEPTION:Â Saturday, Oct 24th. 7-9pmÂ @ CAF* () 653 Paseo Nuevo.
EXHIBITION:Â Oct 26th-Nov 3. at 121 Santa Barbara St, Room II. Â Viewing hours every day: 10am-12pm & 5pm-7pm. Or by appointment.*SUPER SANTA BARBARA is an independent exhibition organized by Warren SchultheisÂ and not installed or organized under CAFâ€™s curatorial programming and schedule.
For more information and online gallery, seeÂ www.supersantabarbara.com
or call Warren Schultheis ()
October 10, 2009
Â Our good friends Joe Shea and Keiko have worked relentlessly on transforming a normal neighborhood coffee shop previously known as the Fine Grind Arts Cafe into -Â LyrikÂ -what we wish we could find in every coffee shop we visit……… great music, people, food,coffee (and beers), constant changing art, and an overall community vibe. I have always been a strong believer in “if you put your heart and soul into something-you will always achieve greatness” and what a perfect example of this. We urge you-if in the Portland area-to swing in and say hello and discover for yourself what can be created with a little bit of passion and hard work.