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In response to the increasing potential for a wildland fire start, Los Padres National Forest officials announced that Level II fire restrictions will be implemented throughout the Forest effective immediately.
Ventura Communications Center is hiring Public Safety Dispatchers and holding a test on August 19, 2017. This event will provide an overview of the job duties, benefits, exam guide and information on the upcoming test.
The Communications Manager, Dispatch Supervisors and a Background Investigator will be present to provide information on the hiring process, what to expect and answer questions.
Source: Westmont College
The Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art features the works of more than two dozen artists who have ties to the Santa Barbara community in “How Modernism Came to Santa Barbara: 1945-1990” from July 6-Aug. 5. A free, public opening reception is Thursday, July 6, from 4-6 p.m. at the museum.
The Traffic Unit of the Goleta Police Department will step up pedestrian safety enforcement operations tomorrow, June 21, 2017.
The Art of Looking includes ceramics, collages, baskets, textiles, drawings, masks, paintings, photographs, and prints from the Museum’s holdings. With an emphasis on pattern and texture, this eclectic assortment of works, ranging in age from the 13th century to 2015, invites viewers to consider each object and the formal relationships between the works. To encourage close looking visitors are invited to sketch with the provided paper and pencils, or to simply sit a moment and contemplate the works on view. This event will take place at UCSB's Art Museum.
Join Frank Escher and Ravi GuneWardena at the UCSB Art Museum for a gallery walk-through of their Clocks and Clouds exhibition and a lecture about their boundary-blurring work asarchitects, exhibition designers, and art collaborators.
Drawn primarily from the AD&A Museum Collections, Body Matters: Contemporary Art from the Collection brings together a selection of works by artists who have mined their own bodies in order to express some aspect of what it is like to be a human organism. Ranging from activist to introspective, these pieces use autobiography to show the systems of the body as they come into contact with socio-political institutions such as religion, politics, medicine, and practices of making art.
United Way of Santa Barbara gathers at the Santa Barbara Zoo to celebrate new members, honor Legacy Supporters
Join us for this summer's exhibitions opening reception! Refreshments and live music await. Comprised solely of UCSB students, the Jazz Combo, led by Professor Jonathan Nathan, specializes in jazz music from different eras and will perform during the opening reception. Help us celebrate the opening of the exhibitions Clocks and Clouds: The Architecture of Escher GuneWardena, Nell Campbell: About Face, Body Matters: Contemporary Art from the Collection, The Art of Looking: Pattern and Texture. July 7, 2017 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
The artist, friends, and supporters will read poems and excerpts from novels, travelogues or memoirs the artist has selected based on her interest in the open road, Louisiana, activism, and photography. Readers include Joan Davidson, Mary Heebner, and Kerry Tomlinson. This event will take place at the UCSB Art Museum.
Gymnastics is a sport of speed, risk, and physical exhilaration. Join us at the UCSB Art Museum to learn about the artistic practice of a former gymnast whose work is included in Body Matters and investigates the reverberations—bodily and emotional—of this rigorous discipline.
The Art, Design, & Architecture Museum presents Clocks and Clouds: The Architecture of Escher GuneWardena, a mid-career survey of the firm founded in Los Angeles by Frank Escher and Ravi GuneWardena in 1997.
The Santa Barbara Board of Supervisors approves Coastal Resource Enhancement Fund grant for the City of Carpinteria to acquire the Carpinteria Bluffs III Property.
The teen heroine of first-time author Diana Story’s new mystical fantasy novel, Maya’s Story – Slipping Between Time And Space, lives in a small town north of San Francisco, but her journey is out of this world. “As a writer – and reader, myself – I was always fascinated with the characters and plots of the Harry Potter series and other books of that genre,” said Story. “The female lead in my tale is a member of The Sisterhood, a group of extraordinary women who span the globe and whose mission is to keep Planet Earth in balance.”
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Casa Serena has an immediate job opening for a Program Assistant. The exceptional candidate will have passion for helping women in early recovery and possess the following skills:
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New Beginnings Counseling Center is excited to announce the selection of Dr. Crystal Ramirez as our new Clinical Director.