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Community Event and Fundraiser: Friday, June 28, 5 pm - Saturday, June 29, 5 pm
Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum - FREE TO DRAW with registration by June 14.
Artist Reception: Sunday, June 30, 4-6 pm
Sign up today and register to draw with artists of all ages. Artists may draw for any length of time throughout the 24 hours. Prior registration is required to draw.
Various artists and finished works displayed during past From Dusk ‘til Drawn rallies. Images Courtesy of CAF.
CAF is pulling an all-nighter for this 4th annual, 24-hour drawing marathon. Artists work side-by-side with dabblers, providing a rare drawing laboratory for creating, participating in a community-wide art experience. Draw next to local contemporary art luminaries such as Phoebe Brunner, Ann Diener, Dane Goodman, Penelope Gottlieb, Saul Gray-Hildenbrand, Kimberly Hahn, Hugh Margerum, Ethan Turpin, and James Van Arsdale as well as students, community leaders, and others! Throughout the event, completed works will be sold to the public at one of four prices ($25, $75, $150, and $300, plus tax) and proceeds will be divided between the participants and CAF. Drawing is broadly interpreted and artists of all disciplines, skill levels, and ages are encouraged to join.
An artist reception and final opportunity to purchase artwork happens on Sunday, June 30, 4-6 pm at CAF. Prospective drawers may register for any length of time throughout the 24 hours by contacting Jea Alford at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 14. For more information visit sbcaf.org or cal (805) 966-5373 x101. Collaborative and interactive drawing opportunities allow attendees a chance to participate in the fun. A live video feed provides a window for viewing remotely. Visit sbcaf.org/programs/FDTD for the link on Friday, June 14.
Our dedicated Artist Committee includes: Kathi Scarminach, Mitra Cline, Sarah Seals, and Peter Barnholdt. Special thanks to the following Santa Barbara companies: Art Essentials, Art From Scrap, Ben & Jerry’s, Frame, The Purple Crayon, Paseo Nuevo Shopping Center, and SAVOY Cafe & Deli.