Títere, Loutka, Kukla… Puppet!

  Love Family Atrium Current Installation: Through October 2013 New Puppets Premiere Sat, November 9, 2013 The word puppet holds the same meaning in every language: an inanimate (non-living) object that is brought to life through an outside force whose primary purpose is to convey information to the audience through performance. While individual stories vary, […]

American Adversaries: West and Copley in a Transatlantic World

  Oct 6, 2013 – Jan 20, 2014 Beck Building, Ground Floor 5601 Main Street  About the exhibition American Adversaries charts the rise and spectacular success of contemporary history painting in the 18th century through the lives and experiences of two colonial American innovators: Benjamin West (1738–1820) and John Singleton Copley (1738–1815). This major exhibition is […]

Artists of Distinction, Santa Barbara Artwalk™

  Presented by the Museum League, the beloved annual Artwalk returns featuring “Artists of Distinction: An Exhibition” curated by Diane Waterhouse. Artwalk also presents an outdoor exhibition along the banks of Mission Creek, where visitors may shop for fine art, jewelry, pottery, furniture, unique fashion, and more. Take a lunch break and enjoy a glass of wine with some “high voltage […]

A small slice of the educational and entertaining summer camp for future thespians!

In July, 2013, at UC Irvine, this fantastic opportunity allows actors to embrace the art of theater. The U.S. Performing Arts Theatre Summer Camp offers various activities and intensive training in the craft of acting. Theater games, opening the door to understanding the work of dramatic icons, such as Shakespeare, as well as learning improvisational […]