Saturday, April 19, 2014

SAVE THE DATE: Thursday May 8, 5-7pm. Join us for the grand opening of Art of Santa Cruz in the Capitola Mall. This new non-profit art venue will feature the work of over 100 Santa Cruz County artists. Food, wine, art, artists, and door prizes (including original artwork from local artists).

SAVE THE DATE: Thursday May 8, 5-7pm. Join us for the grand opening of Art of Santa Cruz in the Capitola Mall. This new non-profit art venue will feature the work of over 100 Santa Cruz County artists. Food, wine, art, artists, and door prizes (including original artwork from local artists).

by Dawn Teall



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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Did you know that Scotts Valley Artisans is opening an additional store in the Capitola Mall on May 1st??? Art of Santa Cruz will feature 120 LOCAL artists! Come see some beautiful paintings by Stephanie Schriver!

Did you know that Scotts Valley Artisans is opening an additional store in the Capitola Mall on May 1st??? Art of Santa Cruz will feature 120 LOCAL artists! Come see some beautiful paintings by Stephanie Schriver!

by Valri Peyser



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Sunday, April 6, 2014



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Monday, March 31, 2014



by Bourn Archer



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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Just Hung a new show at the Downtown Santa Cruz Library. Come meet these fine artists April 4th at First Friday! Cultures Made Visible March 30 to June 28, 2014 SCPL Main Branch 224 Church Street, Santa Cruz First Friday Reception, April 4, 2014 5:30 to 8:00PM The Santa Cruz Public Library is proud to present a unique collection of original works from 12 local artists who describe a variety of cultures through visual media. The multicultural expressions on display in this exhibit offer a window into the variety of political, social, family, ethnic and spiritual influences that form our society. Featured artists are Karen Prestegaard Cane, Leon Canerot, Carmen Leon, Micqaela Jones, David Fleming, Lidia Hasenauer, Carolina McCall, Natalia Banaszczyk, Virginia Draper, Kati Greany, Kelsea Kaster, and Annette March.

Just Hung a new show at the Downtown Santa Cruz Library. Come meet these fine artists April 4th at First Friday! Cultures Made Visible March 30 to June 28, 2014 SCPL Main Branch 224 Church Street, Santa Cruz First Friday Reception, April 4, 2014 5:30 to 8:00PM The Santa Cruz Public Library is proud to present a unique collection of original works from 12 local artists who describe a variety of cultures through visual media. The multicultural expressions on display in this exhibit offer a window into the variety of political, social, family, ethnic and spiritual influences that form our society. Featured artists are Karen Prestegaard Cane, Leon Canerot, Carmen Leon, Micqaela Jones, David Fleming, Lidia Hasenauer, Carolina McCall, Natalia Banaszczyk, Virginia Draper, Kati Greany, Kelsea Kaster, and Annette March.

by Valri Peyser



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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

"Because facebook does not allow community pages like this one to join your artists group page, I'm unable to join. But I'd like to invite you to mention on your page that artists are invited to post their work on our page to establish connections with Felton venues for possible showings at future Felton Art Walk events." -- First Friday Felton Art Walk

"Because facebook does not allow community pages like this one to join your artists group page, I'm unable to join. But I'd like to invite you to mention on your page that artists are invited to post their work on our page to establish connections with Felton venues for possible showings at future Felton Art Walk events." -- First Friday Felton Art Walk

by Ed Smiley



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Share this with your artsy friends. Let's see if we can create a go-to place for art info in Santa Cruz. http://ift.tt/1gS4wpy

Share this with your artsy friends. Let's see if we can create a go-to place for art info in Santa Cruz. http://ift.tt/1gS4wpy

by Wes Modes



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Saturday, March 15, 2014



by Ed Smiley



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Thursday, March 6, 2014



by Bourn Archer



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Monday, February 24, 2014



by Ziggy Sawdust



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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Subrosa 4th Birthday Staff Open Mic Thu Nov 29th 7:30pm


This Thursday we invite you to join us for a very special event...

Subrosa 4th Birthday Staff Open Mic
 Thu 29 Nov 8pm - Performance Music Poetry - $3-7 at the door

703 Pacific Ave Santa Cruz


SubRosa is celebrating four years of bringing radical community space to downtown Santa Cruz.  This Thursday we are hosting a special Open Mic in which SubRosa volunteers and supporters past, present, and future are invited to perform.  The stage will be open to everyone and we invite performers to address SubRosa's meaning in their lives and in the community.

This will be SubRosa's 200th Open Mic since we opened on a rainy November evening in 2008.  Every week the Open Mic has offered an opportunity to connect with friends and showcase the incredible creative talent in our community. Music, poetry, and performance. From the mundane to the jaw-droppingly inspirational.


Donations directly benefit this community-supported space.  Signups for performance at 7:30 and will fill up quickly. Bring your creativity and artistic genius.

SubRosa is an all-volunteer donation-supported anarchist and radical space.  We have a lending library, books and zines

Five cute kittens.
  you cannot get anywhere else, monthly gallery art by emerging artists, performances, shows and open mic in a town with few artist venues, and a place to host numerous free skool classes.  There are few better ways to  support the local community and work directly to make change in the world.






Reminder: Introduction to Balinese Gamelan - Wed Nov 14 6:30pm UCSC Gamelan Room


Introduction to Balinese Gamelan

A gamelan is a traditional Indonesian ensemble comprised of mainly percussion, including gongs, metallophones, and drums. In Bali, gamelan is used to accompany ceremonies, rituals, celebrations, and shadow puppet plays. Join us for this introduction to the instruments and music of Balinese gamelan, and play with the award-winning Gamelan Anak Swarasanti. In this ongoing workshop we will learn sitting angklung and marching beleganjur pieces.

In this session we will practice Kecak, Balinese Monkey Chant and Angklung, sitting gamelan in preparation for two upcoming performances.

Wed Nov 14 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Gamelan Room, UCSC

Requirements: No musical expertise necessary, though come prepared to fearlessly jump in and learn with us.

Directions: The Gamelan Room is in the music center at UCSC.

Barrios Unidos' Prison Art Exhibit ~ Friday, February 17th, 6-9pm


Barrios Unidos Presents…
A Prison Art Exhibit
We would like to invite you to enjoy a night of art and music.  Help us celebrate themes of survival, culture, and spirituality.  We hope to educate our community about the realities of incarceration by honoring the talent behind the walls and highlighting art as a path to peace.
Prison Art greeting cards, t-shirt, music & food!
All proceeds go to the Prison Project or directly to the artist's family.




Reception: Friday, February 17th, 6pm – 9pm

Exhibit: February 17th – April 17thSanta Cruz Barrios Unidos,
1817 Soquel Avenue, Santa Cruz
Questions please call: 831) 457-8208
Q: What did Ghandi, Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, Rogoberta Menchu, Cesar Chavez, Dorothy Cotton, Geronimo, and Chief Seattle all have in Common??
A: These peacemakers were all incarcerated in their struggle for change.
Co-sponsored by: Si Se Puede and Santa Cruz County Community Coalition to Overcome Racism

Fun-A-Day Show FEBRUARY 3RD

Hey Folks,
It's almost the end of January; Fun-A-Day is almost complete. Here's
information about the Fun-A-Day show for February First Friday in
Santa Cruz...
Fun-A-Day Show and Opening Party!!
FRIDAY february 3RD 2012 6 - 10 pm
caffe PERGOLESI (santa cruz)
in the GREEN and ORANGE rooms
If you're submitting work to the show, please deliver your completed
project to the cafe on Thursday, February 2nd between 4pm and 7pm.
I'll be there to take your work and discuss any preferences you have
about how your work is displayed. The show will be up for the entire
month of February. Contact me if you need to make other arrangements
for delivering your project of if you have any questions about the
show.
Thanks for everything.
Love,
Elaina



BIG LEBOWSKI - This Friday Sep 30th on Soquel Drive

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Since 2002 · 175 showings · 15 locations · Always Free



Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive In Presents
The Big Lebowski

The plot of this Raymond Chandler-esque comedy crime caper from the Coen Brothers pivots around a case of mistaken identity complicated by extortion, double-crosses, deception, embezzlement, sex, pot, and gallons of White Russians. "Dude" Lebowski, mistaken for a millionaire Lebowski, seeks restitution for his ruined rug and enlists his bowling buddies to help get it.


Friday Sep 30th, 8pm
Soquel Ave across from Shoppers Corner
Always Free!

PLUS thrilling and funny short films, an intermission, great company and a guaranteed good time!

BRING blankets, pillows, anything you need to be comfortable in the great outdoors, friends, snacks to share. Donations to support the project are more than welcome.

SANTA CRUZ GUERILLA DRIVE-IN
is an outdoor movie theatre under the stars that springs up in the fields and industrial wastelands. Beyond showing great movies and bringing a broad community together, part of our mission is helping reclaim public space and transforming our urban environment.  Find out more at guerilladrivein.org


 

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Free Skool Picnic and Workshop, September 10th - 11th

Dear Free Skoolers,

We wanted to invite you to two lovely Free Skool events in Santa Cruz next weekend.

This is a whole weekend of free skool activities for free skool organizers and teachers.  Starting with a community picnic on Saturday, and our Running a Free Skool Workshop on Sunday.

Saturday Sept 10th Noon - 4pm   
Free Skool Community Picnic
Ocean View Park, Santa Cruz
September in Santa Cruz usually means beautiful picnic weather.  Come play with us in the park at our quarterly potluck where students, teachers, organizers, and community members get together to enjoy food, music, and companionship with new and old friends.  We have fun, meet people, eat, talk, have workshops, and play games.  Bring something to share!  Teach a workshop!  See you there!  Super kid friendly.  And we play croquet!

Sunday Sept 11th 1pm - 3pm

Running a Free Skool
Subrosa Community Space and Infoshop, 703 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz
A discussion on things we’ve learned about starting and running a free skool, getting and keeping people involved, engaging students, teachers, and organizers, dealing with spaces, and other free skool issues.  Get info on how to get involved. We invite folks from other Free Skools elsewhere to share their experiences. Bring snackies to share and a willingness to ask questions and make suggestions.

Will you join us?

Wes
Free Skool Santa Cruz


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The Return of Critical Mass, Friday 5pm, Clocktower

I heard Critical Mass was returning, and I wanna ride. Will you come?

Show up to the clocktower downtown the last Friday of the month @ 5pm with your favorite human powered transportation for a celebration of life, summer and bicycles! Bring your all of your friends and family so we can have a wonderful ride around Santa Cruz.

We leave at 5:30, See you there!
 
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