Santa Barbara Beautiful
updated: Sep 20, 2009, 8:05 PM
by Edhat staff
The Santa Barbara Beautiful awards were well attended Sunday night at the Music Academy. Here's a list of the winners, and photos of the event.
Desmond O’Neill (local runner, attorney, and all-around good guy) received the Jacaranda Award: For Outstanding Community Service.
Patrick Davis, known for his artistic vision, received the Heritage Oak Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Grant Castleberg, credited with the creation of Alice Keck Park Park, received the Moreton Bay Fig Award for a body of work and service to the community.
The Santa Barbara Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation received the Playa de Santa Barbara Award for its environmental leadership.
The President’s Award was presented to The Music Academy of the West for the renovation of Hahn Hall, the beautiful building in which the event was held.
The Annual Business and Art Award was presented by the City Arts Advisory Council to the Santa Barbara Independent for "serving as a catalyst in promoting the arts by focusing on regional artists and providing increased opportunities and visibility for local artists and arts nonprofits."
Architectural - Natural Feature: East Cabrillo Boulevard at Garden Street, Chase Palm Park Carousel and Plaza
Hugh Petersen Award for Art in Public Places - Granada Garage, East Anapamu Paseo, Solstice Celebration Murals
Commercial Building - 31 W Carrillo St., Canary Hotel
Commercial Sign - East Carrillo St at Anacapa, Santa Barbara Bank and Trust
Historic revitalization - 1260 Channel Drive, Coral Casino Beach and Cabana Club
Multiple dwellings - 310-312 E. Canon Perdido
Open public space - 1300 block San Andres, Bohnett Park expansion
Ornamental gates - 960 Lilac Drive
Single family residence, large - 333 Junipero Plaza, Villa de la Guerra
Single family residence, small - 924J Garden St., El Caserio
Here are the Edhat photos of the event:
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