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Starting this Sunday, The Los Padres Watercolor Society will take over the Faulkner Gallery (located inside the Santa Barbara Public Library) for their Fall Show. The exhibit will feature a mural-sized mosaic, made by painting students at SBCC’s Adult Education Center. The show runs through November 29 and is free to the public.

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Last Call

This Tuesday, November 4, marks the submission deadline for the 20th Annual Individual Artist Award Competition. The contest spans a multitude of mediums and is open to S.B. residents 18 years or older who have not yet won an IAA award. Top prize in each category is $2,000. To apply, call 965-7321 or visit artsfundsb.org.

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Online Only

This week at independent.com, check out stories about Viva Workshop’s 24-hour-long painting event (independent.com/vivaworkshop), Erik Reel’s ongoing show at Frameworks (independent.com/erikreel), and the morning benders’ show at UCSB (independent.com/bendersucsb), as well as an in-depth interview with Jack’s Mannequin frontman Andrew McMahon (independent.com/jacksmannequin).

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