David Dennis, Dan Haifley & Yolanda Henry

Local philanthropic photographer, David Dennis, Dan Haifley and Yolanda Henry came onto Artists on Art, January 20, 2016, to talk about the upcoming event and photography installation, Faces of the Sea Odyssey, at the Food Lounge happening Friday, February 5, from 5:00p-10pm.

10426129_788748097859900_2249044674721815057_nDavid Dennis uses photography for philanthropic purposes to improve our community in the areas of ocean conservation, education and homelessness. Faces of the Sea Odyssey is his seventh art installation in which you will see portraits of children from the Nueva Vista Community Resources in Santa Cruz and the Buena Vista School in San Jose, and crew members of the O’Neill Sea Odyssey.

11855609_1685386068357556_6545434523024640221_nThe event, also a part of the First Friday Santa Cruz Art Tour, will be showcasing Ventana surfboards, handplanes, eco-surf supplies and apparel at a special event featuring photography, music, food, drinks and other artisans. All of thus happening at the Food Lounge, a community-minded event venue, commercial incubator kitchen and full service food organization aimed at fueling, educating and inspiring Santa Cruz, located at 1001 Center Street Suite One, Santa Cruz, CA.

The event will donate 10Screen Shot 2016-01-21 at 11.28.50 AM% of sales to the ocean education work of the O’Neill Sea Odyssey. O’Neill Sea Odyssey provides a hands-on educational experience to encourage the protection and preservation of our living sea and communities. More information is available at the Facebook event pages, Faces of the Sea Odyssey.

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Irena Polic, Jon Ellis & Kyle Robertson

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11203010_960444723986549_3700698516208464585_nManaging Director of the Institute for Humanities Research (IHR) Irena Polic, Philosophy Professors Kyle Robertson &  Jon Ellis  came into KZSC to talk about the upcoming High School Ethics Bowl happening Saturday, January 9th. The event is free and open to the public located on campus in the Social Studies 2 building beginning from 9am-12 for the first rounds and 2-5pm finals.

The IHR is a laboratory for theorizing and implementing new visions of the humanities via faculty research projects, graduate and undergrad education, and public programs. There are many events happening such

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