Tuesday, November 20, 2018     Volume: 19, Issue: 37

Santa Maria Sun / Arts

Betteravia Gallery hosts Santa Barbara Printmakers juried exhibition

Rebecca Rose

The Santa Barbara County Office of Arts and Culture presents a juried exhibit  of the Santa Barbara Printmakers (SBP) at the Betteravia Gallery in Santa Maria through April 30.  The SBP is a collective of 75 artists who exhibit works made with hand and press printing techniques such as ...

Santa Maria Civic Theatre presents Boy

Rebecca Rose

The latest production from the Santa Maria Civic Theatre is Boy, inspired by a true story. The play explores issues of sexual identity and falling in love as well as the complex bonds between a doctor and patient. Set in the 1960s, the play follows the story of a doctor who, after an accident, co...

New York City gallery features Orcutt artist

Local artist Lori Mole is featured in a new exhibit at the Amsterdam Whitney Gallery in New York City. The exhibit, titled Moulin Rouge Thanksgiving, features work celebrating the autumn season and November holiday. Mole, who recently moved to Orcutt, has a background in graphic design, art, and mu...

Bold fold: Robert Salazar's visionary origami work draws attention to conservation issues

Rebecca Rose

Scrolling through Robert Salazar's website yields some unusual finds. The artist, scientist, and activist, known for his intensely detailed origami works of art, has a lot going on besides folding paper. His website has tabs for "Research," which lists projects such as Challenging Fresh...

Former Central Coast journalist pens wine country thriller

Ryah Cooley

The hills of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County are dotted with wine grapes as far as the eye can see. But in those twisted vines, former Santa Maria Times journalist Steve Corbett saw something more–a tale of bloody vengeance and even enlightenment.  After five years of covering...

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