The CAW is opening up! As COVID conditions have eased, our calendar is beginning to fill with more events and public programming. Below are few coming up, and a look back on the last few weeks.
Vanae Rivera Presents:
CAW Art Pop-Up
Sunday July 18th, Noon to 7pm
Vintage, Art, Handmade, Jewelry, and More
This art and crafts pop-up has become something of an annual tradition at the CAW, organized by Vanae Rivera. Always around the winter holidays in the past, we're excited to host a summer fair! It always promises to fill the CAW with art, crafts, incredible handmade goods, vintage objects, and much more.
Sunday July 18th, Noon to 7pm. Come take part!
The pop-up will abide by current COVID regulations.
Found Create Presents:
Children's Art Classes
A space dedicated to supporting the development of children through artistic learning. Classes begin June 16
This 6 week session is focused on helping children build a strong relationship between themselves and the studio space by establishing an art practice. The class will focus on various artististic work and is heavily material-based.
Wednesdays 3:30-5pm, 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28
Email: email@example.com for information and to sign up
________ Emily Murray has 14 years of experience teaching art to children in non-profits, art museums, the United States, Tanzania, and India. She has a bachelors in Art Education from California State University Chico. Enthusiasm and creativity are contagious and she hopes to share this with all her students.
The Past Few Weeks at the CAW...
Have been busy! Pop-up art shows, the return of VADA, the return of Solstice, the return of live performances, the return of in-person classes. If you've missed the updates on social media, here is a look back at the last few weeks:
We had our first live-audience event in over a year at the CAW in April, when company in residence The Santa Barbara Centre fore Aerial Dance conducted their end of year show for a small audience of family and friends.
After a forced year off, VADA returned to do their end of year student art show at the CAW for the fifth year running.
Solstice returned to the CAW in May, filling the space once again with puppets, masks, costumes, glitter, and art of all kinds, as summers at the CAW should be.
And these are just a few examples of what's happening and coming up! Stay tuned for more art shows, classes, festivals, performances, and much more on the docket for the coming months.
The Santa Barbara Arts Collaborative and Community Arts Workshop are funded in part by the Organizational Development Program using funds provided by the City of Santa Barbara in partnership with the Santa Barbara County Office of Arts & Culture.