Colin Gardner, Film Screening, Lecture

Whither Modernism? László Moholy-Nagy and The Shape of Things to Come

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0 Comments 27 July 2015

Set Designs for "Things to Come", 1935. Silver gelatin prints. Estate of László Moholy-Nagy.

Set Designs for “Things to Come”, 1935. Silver gelatin prints. Estate of László Moholy-Nagy.

The involvement of Modernist artists with mainstream cinema has always been fraught with missed opportunities and, perhaps inevitably, an over-commercialization of otherwise cutting edge, avant-garde intentions. …

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ArtReach, Community Voices

SBMA Remembers the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

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0 Comments 15 July 2015

 

"Perceptions," 1971.

“Perception,” 1971.

 

July 15 marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which became law in 1990. The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of …

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Exhibition Preview

The Visionary Photomontages of Herbert Bayer, 1929 -1936

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0 Comments 19 June 2015

Herbert Bayer, Lonely Metropolitan, 1932. Gelatin silver print, ed. 13/40. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Museum purchase with funds provided by the Chalifoux Fund, Auction! Auction!, courtesy of Margaret Mallory. © Herbert Bayer Estate, Courtesy of Peyton Wright Gallery.

Herbert Bayer, Lonely Metropolitan, 1932. Gelatin silver print, ed. 13/40. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Museum purchase with funds provided by the Chalifoux Fund, Auction! Auction!, courtesy of Margaret Mallory. © Herbert Bayer Estate, Courtesy of Peyton Wright Gallery.

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Art & Ecology, ArtVenture Camp, Education, Public Programs

Summer ArtVenture Camp: Garden Party – Digging into Sustainability

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0 Comments 08 June 2015

June 15 – 19 or July 27 – 31, 9 am – 3 pm

Reuse, renew, recreate, and reinvent are just a few themes in this summer’s SBMA Garden Party – Digging and Sustainability ArtVenture Camp.

The younger campers will …

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Ray Strong:, SBMA Behind the Scenes

NO LONGER “EN PLEIN AIR”: FRAMING A RAY STRONG PAINTING

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0 Comments 03 June 2015

Have you ever wondered what the Museum does when a work that is selected to be in an exhibition needs a frame? While frames sometimes come with a work or are purchased, they can also be made on site at …

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SBMA’s Homework/Artwork After-School at the Eastside Library

After-School Programs, Education, Permanent Collection

SBMA’s Homework/Artwork After-School at the Eastside Library

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0 Comments 22 May 2015

The images of Kabuki actors in the exhibition Visions of Modernity: 20th-Century Japanese Woodblock Prints currently on view in the Asian Galleries inspired these Homework/Artwork students’ after-school spring lesson theme of exploring portraiture through the technique of printmaking.  During their …

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Exhibition Preview, Exhibitions, Ray Strong:

EXHIBITION PREVIEW: “RAY STRONG: BEYOND SANTA BARBARA”

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0 Comments 19 May 2015

 

Ray Stanford Strong, "Requiem for Maynard Dixon," 1946. Oil on canvas. SBMA, Museum purchase with art funds provided for by Robert and Marlene Veloz.

Ray Stanford Strong, “Requiem for Maynard Dixon,” 1946. Oil on canvas. SBMA, Museum purchase with art funds provided for by Robert and Marlene Veloz.

Dedicated to rendering the landscape in a representational manner, Ray Strong (1905–2006) espoused the tradition …

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Education, Outreach

Do You Love Art? Becoming a Docent May be for You!

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0 Comments 15 May 2015

Docents are the welcoming faces and informed voices of SBMA.

Docents are the welcoming faces and informed voices of SBMA.

This next Tuesday (May 19) from 3 to 5 pm, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art  invites you to a Docent Recruitment Reception! Do you love art and …

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Poets in the School – “The Hand That Gives the Rose”

Community Voices, Education

Poets in the School – “The Hand That Gives the Rose”

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In what is probably the biggest student poetry reading on the Central Coast, students from Montecito, Hope, Santa Barbara, and Goleta school districts shared their amazing poetry—thoughtful, caring, insightful writing—thanks to the ongoing support provided by the Santa Barbara Museum …

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1st Thursday, Performance

Emmett Chapman’s Stick Performance this Thursday at SBMA

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Emmett Chapman

Emmett Chapman

This 1st Thursday at SBMA from 5:30 – 6:30 pm, enjoy Emmett Chapman give a special free Stick performance in the galleries inspired by important paintings from the ongoing exhibition Degas to Chagall: Important Loans from The Armand

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