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Ask Me Anything: Phil Gilley
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The Santa Barbara Arts Collaborative and CAW Present:

ASK ME ANYTHING

A free-form online Q&A with Santa Barbara’s art & culture figures with stories to tell

This Week's Guest: Phil Gilley

Tune in this Wednesday, December 2, 3pm.
facebook.com/sbcaw/live

Season Sponsor: Sullivan Goss Gallery

This will be the last Ask Me Anything of 2020, as we take a break at the end of the year to review and plan our next season. So we are delighted to close out the year with an interview with Phil Gilley! Phil co-founded Notes for Notes in 2006, and serves as its CEO. Notes for Notes has grown from a single small studio in Santa Barbara’s Twelve35 Teen Center to a nation-wide arts nonprofit with 24 studios in eleven states, plus Washington D.C.  

We look forward to talking to Phil about the challenges and rewards of leading a nonprofit through such growth, developing company culture, taking an idea from seed to scale, the impact of the arts on the youth Notes for Notes serves, and many other questions. 

Tune in this coming Wednesday, December 2 at 3pm, (note the different time from usual) for our free-flowing interview with Phil at facebook.com/sbcaw/live! We hope you’ll join us and ask questions both during the live Q&A and ahead of time as well via our Facebook and Instagram feeds, or by e-mailing hello@sbcaw.org, and we'll pass your questions on to Phil.
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We are deeply grateful for the support of
Season Sponsor: Sullivan Goss, An American Gallery

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The Santa Barbara Arts Collaborative has developed an Ask Me Anything video interview program during this coronavirus-restricted period, a free-form online Q&A with Santa Barbara art & culture figures who’ve got stories to tell.

Interviews take place live on Facebook Live— anyone can ask questions and participate in real time via the comments. (A Facebook account is not necessary to watch the video.) Questions can also be submitted beforehand via our Facebook and Instagram feeds, or by e-mailing hello@sbcaw.org.

And follow along via our mailing listInstagram, and Facebook feeds for the next Ask Me Anything!

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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.
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