On June 3, 2014, Phil Kramer, Johnny Hughes and David Dennis of to talk about 180/180 Initiative and art exhibition Faces of Santa Cruz County featuring portraits at the Art Loft of Santa Cruz County.
180/180 is a multi-agency initiative in Santa Cruz County, CA to help 180 homeless men, women and families turn their lives around. They’ve adopted the national 100,000 Homes Campaign methodology and have a goal to house 180 of our most vulnerable, chronically homeless neighbors by July 2014. They move them into permanent housing with the support services they need to stay housed, thereby changing lives and improving our community.
Lydia Bushfield is the Marketing Director and Props Master of Santa Cruz Shakespeare. Lydia came onto Artists on Art to tell us about the newest season, the dramatic story of Shakespeare Play, and the future of this beloved festival.
There are some changes. Marco Baricelli & Mike Ryan are co-artistic Director. There is a re-organized Board with some former Directors and some new as well as an Advisory Board. Some things have stayed the same such as the plays taking place on the UCSC Campus in the beautiful Glen
Vlada Jakubikova & Muthu of Regular Line Santa Cruz an artists’ residency and exhibition program, , came onto KZSC’s Artists on Art, to talk about the Slovak artists that are invading Santa Cruz and the many events happening.
The Slovak Artist will be here and the residency takes place from July 3-20. Two main events are in place – an art exhibition at Apricity gallery in Tannery Arts Center and Santa Cruz Fringe Festival. We are also doing music workshops for kids at SC public library and Camp Tannery Arts.
There was a promo event at the ArtBar at the Tannery on July 5th at 4pm.
The grand Opening Reception at the Apricity Gallery is Friday July 18, 5pm – 9pp at the Tannery Arts Center, 1060 River Street, Studio #104, Santa Cruz, CA 95060. Opening hours are 12-6pm during July 20, July 24-27, July 31, August 2-3 & 12-9pm on August 1st.
Two of the Artists, Zuzana Zabkova & Fero Kiraly, are also participating in the Fringe Festival. The Kick-off event is Thursday July 10 from 6:30-7pm.
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Local restauranteur, Paul Cocking came onto Artists on Art to talk about the art exhibitions and the monthly salons that take place the first Tuesday of every month at his restaurant Gabriella Café.
The July salon, happening July 1st features Michael Urban talking about New Orleans Jazz.
When Paul opened up Gabriella in 1992 with chef Jim Denaven, of Outstanding in the Field and local Santa Cruz sand artist, the idea was to cook with seasonal local farm food. Today, that idea continues.
Artist Activist, Wes Modes came onto Artists on Art, June 18, 2014, to talk about his newest project, The Secret History of American River People, a slow meandering trip down the Mississippi in a shanty boat collecting stories. Using audio, video, and digital media, Secret History archives and presents oral histories of major American rivers, including the lost stories of river people, river communities, and the river itself, as well as the personal chronicle of his research journey. It will use digital and social media to present and connect river people and and their stories to those far from the river.
Wes Modes is an artist activist who cofounded FreeSkool Santa Cruz, SubRosa the Anarchist Cafew, Guerilla Drive-In, & founded The Spoon, an international storyteller’s group. Wes is a radio star and writer among many other accomplishments. He is currently working on his Masters in Fine Arts at UCSC in the Digital Arts and New Media program.