Alice, a Professor of Comparative Religion, is writing a book exalting the ancient values of pre-Hellenic goddess mythologies. One day she meets Jane, an enigmatic older woman who roams the university campus, sleeps under a bridge, and who rattles her with disturbing insights. Alice is also a muse to her partner Colette, an inspired artist [...]
Call for Artists Deadline For Entry: March 15, 2014 PVAC – May 7 – June 22, 2014 SCICA – May 7 – June 29, 2014 Pajaro Valley Arts Council, PVAC, and the Santa Cruz Institute of Contemporary Art, SCICA, along with guest curator Rose Sellery invite your participation in an exhibit which explores the realm [...]
Funding Emerging Artists through Sustainable Tactics. 8 projects presented and 1 gets funded. SCICA FEAST is designed to use community-driven financial support to fund new and emerging art makers. At each FEAST, patrons give a $20 donation for which they receive supper and a ballot. Diners spend the evening reviewing eight project proposals by local [...]
The Institute of Contemporary Art presents a beautiful evening of music by cellist/composer & Grammy-winner Barry Phillips! Barry’s music seamlessly blends Western, Eastern & folk influences, creating a sonic palette that is both playful and meditative. The ensemble will perform works spanning several decades of his career, including the “Suite for Flute & Harp” (1989), “Brindabani [...]
The story of the Mt. ShastaÕs most precious resource is filled to the brim with interviews of local scientists, healers, Native Americans, artists, conservationists, ranchers, activists, ecologists, and sportsmen. All contribute to make this film an informational and educational treasure. Where Is Our Water From? is not just a powerful informational and emotional document. This [...]
Grandad Coyote is recording an album! And we need your help! So we’re putting together a grand ole show where you can come & drink & be merry, see some amazing sounds, & give some love to the cause MARTY O’REILLY, SPURS, JESSE AUTUMN, & GRANDAD COYOTE will all be performing for your delight! ♥
The Circus acquired a new sense in the late 18th century, as a circular arena for the exhibition of equestrian, acrobatic and other performances. Come under the ‘Big Tpo’ at the SCICA through August with clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians, hoopers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, and unicyclists.