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Sight + Sound Film Festival 2019 – Call For Entries | Convocatoria de entradas

Sight + Sound Film Festival 2019 – Call For Entries |  Convocatoria de entradas

Oxnard, California – The Sight + Sound Film Festival – a joint production between the City of Oxnard, The Oxnard Performing Arts Center (The PACC) and Oxnard College – is accepting film submissions for consideration now thru May 30, 2019. Sight + Sound will hold its inaugural event on August 16-18, 2019. The festival will […]

Santa Paula Art Museum Celebrates 25 Years of the De Colores Art Show with “Sanctuary/Santuario”

Santa Paula Art Museum Celebrates 25 Years of the De Colores Art Show with “Sanctuary/Santuario”

SANTA PAULA, CA – This year marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the “De Colores Art Show.” The show’s founder and curator, Xavier “Big X” Montes, chose “Sanctuary/Santuario” as the theme for this year’s milestone exhibition. The exhibit will be on display at the Santa Paula Art Museum, where the show has been hosted annually since 2010. […]

Communist Goal #22

Communist Goal #22

  By Michael Greer Communist goal #22 said, “Discredit American culture by degrading all forms of artistic expression. Eliminate all good sculpture from parks and buildings, substitute shapeless, awkward and meaningless forms”. I’ve been fascinated by how successful they have been. I keep wondering who approves these pieces of “art”. Does anyone look at any […]

Museum of Ventura County – Call for Entries | The Kitchen Table

Museum of Ventura County – Call for Entries | The Kitchen Table

Ventura, Calif. — The kitchen table was and continues to be a gathering place for family—where vivid memories are made of conversations, discussions and decisions. As part of its upcoming exhibit “At Table: The Business of Food and Community” which opens Aug. 30, the Museum of Ventura County is inviting entries from artists and community […]

Art Gallery Owner Discovers Storage Locker Full Of ‘Junk’ Actually Has Expensive Paintings

Art Gallery Owner Discovers Storage Locker Full Of ‘Junk’ Actually Has Expensive Paintings

Gabrielle Okun | Reporter An art gallery owner discovered that his storage locker full of “junk” was actually stocked with expensive paintings worth up to tens of millions of dollars, he told the New York Post Saturday. David Killen, owner of the David Killen Gallery, was shocked after finding that his storage locker filled with a […]

The Natural World: Variations on a Theme Featuring Paintings by Gina Niebergall

The Natural World: Variations on a Theme Featuring Paintings by Gina Niebergall

SANTA PAULA, CA – Ventura native Gina Niebergall has been an artist for as long as she can remember. She has loved nature for equally as long. “It’s so much fun being a painter in California,” she says. Ventura County holds a special place in her art. The local terrain offers everything a landscape artist […]

Artist Talk: Traveling with Paints, The Joy of Painting in Foreign Lands

Artist Talk: Traveling with Paints, The Joy of Painting in Foreign Lands

Saturday, June 16, 2018, at 2:00pm at the Santa Paula Art Museum. Admission to the talk is included with regular museum admission, which is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, and free for students and museum members. On Saturday, June 16, Pasadena plein air artist Laurie Hendricks will host an artist talk at the Santa […]

Free Arts Alive Festival at Studio Channel Islands, Now in its Fifth Year!

Free Arts Alive Festival at Studio Channel Islands, Now in its Fifth Year!

Camarillo, Calif. — Fine art, live music, fun activities, food and craft beers will come together Memorial Weekend for one of Ventura County’s most popular art festivals, Arts Alive, presented by Studio Channel Islands, May 26 and 27, on the SCI campus at 2222 Ventura Blvd. in Old Town Camarillo. Now in its fifth year, […]

Santa Paula Art Museum to Launch Creative Classes in Summer 2018

Santa Paula Art Museum to Launch Creative Classes in Summer 2018

SANTA PAULA, CA – Explore your creative side! In summer 2018, the Santa Paula Art Museum will launch an innovative studio art program in its newly renovated Cole Creativity Center for children, teens and adults. Professional teaching artists will lead students in hands-on art workshops where they will be introduced to various materials, concepts and […]

Burned, But Not Forgotten!

Burned, But Not Forgotten!

Camarillo, Calif. — Studio Channel Islands will host an opening reception for a new pop-up exhibit, Burned, But Not Forgotten, 4 to 6 p.m., May 5, at the Blackboard Gallery, 2222 Ventura Blvd., Camarillo. The exhibit shares photographs and video as seen through the lenses of two students from California State University, Channel Islands, who […]