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Call For Entries 2010: Graham Bury, Alejandro Casazi, Madelaine Frezza, Laura Krifka, Christine Morla, and Shane Tolbert
Opening: Saturday, August 7, 7-9PM
On View: AUG. 8 – OCT. 3, 2010
The Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum is pleased to announce Call For Entries 2010 featuring new work by local area artists: Graham Bury, Alejandro Casazi, Madelaine Frezza, Laura Krifka, Christine Morla, and Shane Tolbert.
Call For Entries (CFE) is an annual juried exhibition that encourages artists from the tri-counties to present newly commissioned work. Applicants were selected in Fall 2009 by a panel of jurors made up of artists and art professionals currently working in the visual arts field including: Anne Ellegood, Senior Curator, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA; Michael Barton Miller, Artist and Studio Art Professor, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA; Yasmine Mohseni, Curatorial Director, The Art of Elysium, Los Angeles, CA; and Adrian Rivas, Co-founder, g727, Los Angeles, CA.
More information on how to apply this coming Fall for next year's CFE will be available soon via: http://www.sbcaf.org/exhibitions/opportun.html
Special thanks to: Municipal Winemakers, Santa Barbara, CA; Myopia Design + Photography, Santa Barbara, CA; Specialty Color Services, Santa Barbara, CA; and Wayne McCall & Associates, Santa Barbara, CA.
Bloom Projects: Keith Puccinelli, the foul stain of we
Santa Barbara-based Keith Puccinelli uses an irreverent quick wit, modest materials, and tableaux to broach the conflict between the preciousness of life and man’s disregard for life during times of war, to create a kind of carnival of sorrow. The strong juxtaposition of materials and a passion for wordplay often brings a sense of humor to glaze or emphasize the serious or tragic presented in the work.
Special thanks to Brush & Associates, Santa Barbara, CA; and Wayne McCall & Associates, Santa Barbara, CA.