Articles From : SB Art Museum
Image: Nam June Paik, TV Clock, 1963/1989. Twenty-four fixed-image color television monitors mounted on twenty-four pedestals. SBMA, Museum purchase with funds provided by the Grace Jones Richardson Trust, Lillian and Jon B. Lovelace, Leatrice and Eli Luria and the Luria Foundation, Zora and Les Charles and the Cheeryble Foundation, Wendy and Elliot Friedman, and Lord and Lady Ridley-Tree.
Image: Kunisada, Japanese, "Act X: Disguised Rōnin Testing the Loyalty of Merchant Gihei," from a "Chūshingura" series, first issued 1830s. Color woodblock print, triptych. SBMA, Gift of F. Bailey Vanderhoef, Jr.
Learn about the city's hidden gems, ranging from taco trucks to fine dining to farmers markets with Geneva Ives, Santa Barbara local expert and author of "Unique Eats and Eateries of Santa Barbara." Enjoy mini appetizers from local eateries featured in the book. Free!
Actor, writer, and Santa Barbara resident, Michael Imperioli, discusses his new book and first novel The Perfume Burned His Eyes with Colin Gardner, Professor of Critical Theory and Integrative Studies at UCSB. Called by Joyce Carol Oates “a vividly imagined and compelling story,” this sympathetic coming of age narrative brings together fathers, sons, Lou Reed, first love, and the strange and sometime agony of being a teenager.
Book signing to follow in Museum Store
Photos will be available for viewing or download on the Museum’s flickr page (www.flickr.com/sbmuseart) after March 1.
Your image could be selected for viewing in SBMA’s community gallery space Going Up! located in the Museum’s elevator!
SBMA’s Family Resource Center
“The cookbook is about the craftsmen who built the restaurant as well as the farmers, fishermen and ranchers who provide the products we prepare. We came to appreciate that this book wasn’t just about the development of a brick-and-mortar restaurant, but is a story about Santa Barbara itself, an exposé of the city’s multifaceted values.” — Sherry Villanueva