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Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara (MCASB), formerly known as the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum (SBCAF), advances creativity and inspires critical thinking through meaningful engagement with the art of our time. Celebrating its 37th anniversary in 2013, MCASB is the premier venue for contemporary art between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Call For Entries 2013: Morgan Carter, Julia Hickey, M. Helsenrott Hochhauser, Katy McCarthy, Marco Pinter, and Christopher Ulivo
Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara showcases six stand-outs from the tri-counties in our annual Call For Entries (CFE) group exhibition, an opportunity that invited the artists to present newly commissioned work in the galleries.
Applicants were selected in Fall 2012 by a panel of distinguished jurors made up of art professionals currently working in the visual arts field including: Jill Dawsey, Associate Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego; Cesar Garcia, Founder and Director of The Mistake Room, Los Angeles, CA, and the current U.S. Commissioner for the 13th International Cairo Biennale, Egypt; and Ruba Karib, Curator, Sculpture Center, New York, NY
Bloom Projects: Ro Snell, All that is left
Santa Barbara-based artist Ro Snell has been invited to create a new body of work for MCASB’s Fall 2013 iteration of Bloom Projects. All that is left will examine what remains, both physical and abstract, after a process or a period of time. The project considers what is left, not only in the material sense but also in the mind. Using assembled objects, re-contextualized organic forms, and combined printed images, the body of work will be an installation concerning perception, disintegration, emotion, and recollection.
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