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Small Town Big Art 
A Celebration of
100 Artists of Carpinteria

Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center hosted a special dinner event celebrating some of the artists in the SMALL TOWN BIG ART book with major donors. The event was Sponsored by Lois Moore in memory of her late son and artist, Mark Tremaine. The event was catered by culinary artist Nirasha Rodriguez of Food Liaison with artists Larry Powell & Shawn Sanders providing background music and performing artist Nicole Powell performing a creative interpretive dance.

Master of Ceremony was our own Vice Chair, Tim Cohen, who auctioned off an artist signed Small Town Big Art book and an original oil painting by Sharon Schock that was painted on site during the celebration. Need to thank all the volunteers who helped out in making the event a memorable success. 

´╗┐Small Town Big Art book was conceived by David Powdrell and came to life by the production team of Janey Cohen, Lea Boyd, Christie Boyd and Marco Rigonati. The intent of the book is to showcase Carpinteria's amazing art community and to have all proceeds from the book sales support the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center. The book can be purchased by clicking on the following link below.
"David Powdrell presents winning bidders,
Carol and Alan Koch, the Small Town Big Art book signed by over 30 of the artists
featured in the book.
Shelia Batson had the highest bid on this
"one of a kind" art piece, by Sharon Schock
who painted it live during the event.

Pre-orders are available now! 
´╗┐Due to COVID-related shipping delays, estimated date of arrival
´╗┐is now early November. 

100% of the sales proceeds are donated to the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center.

October Class Offerings
New Exhibit
SMALL TOWN BIG ART

We invite you to enjoy this show featuring artists from the book SMALL TOWN BIG ART. The show features 100 artists from the Carpinteria area.

´╗┐This exhibit will run from
´╗┐October 8th to November 14th. 

Gallery Hours:
Friday - Sunday
12pm-4pm
Call for Teachers
The Carpinteria Arts Center is pleased to offer a variety of arts education programs for children and adults. We work with professional artists and instructors to present one-day and multi-day workshops and ongoing weekly classes. We have multiple spaces, both indoor and outdoor, in which to teach. Our contracted teachers receive 65% of the class registration fees; the Carpinteria Arts Center receives 35%
´╗┐to cover our expenses, including insurance, site and facilities maintenance, utilities, taxes, staffing, marketing, publications, website, social media, and more.

Deadline for proposal
November 1, 2021

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