Wednesday, October 2, 2013

First Thursday OCTOBER 2013

There IS a reason, for certain, to leave your house tomorrow evening. Here are just a few:

S-tubes line up © hank pitcher
Hank Pitcher: The Long View
opening at Sullivan Goss

Threes a Charm © evan lewis
Meld: A Survey in Contemporary Metal
also opening at Sullivan Goss

Bare Limbs 1 © nicole strasburg
New Terrain
2nd reception for yours truly Sullivan Goss

You don't want to miss Ray Strong, Tonalism Then and Tonalism Now ... all showing
at Sullivan Goss, 7 & 11 East Anapamu!

East Fork in Flux ©sara woodburn
Annual Open Juried Show
Reception at the Santa Barbara Public Library Main Gallery

Morning Light © thomas van stein

Thomas Van Stein & Wyllis Heaton 
Showing Urban Scenes and Architecture

If you are looking for music!! My choice would be 

Carl & the Coconuts 
900 State Street {Marshall's Patio}

Born in Hilo, Hawaii, Carl is an acclaimed ukulele player, vocalist, and guitarist who enjoys a following from Hawaii to Japan to our own mainland. Carl has been performing professionally for more than 30 years and also teaches ukulele and guitar at SBCC Adult Education. It was during these classes he met Martin Osborn and Tod Matz - together they formed the band Carl & The Coconuts.

Mezcal Martini
Paseo Nuevo Center Court

Mezcal Martini is a Latin jazz band from Santa Barbara,been playing together for more than five years: Colin Griffiths, James Siu, Michael Wallace, John Leonard , Bruce Hale, Jeff Davis and Armand Renga. The band takes a very non-traditional approach towards Jazz standards by infusing them with Latin rhythms.  Their music is punctuated with infectious grooves and scintillating horn lines.

Hope to see you out on the town!

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