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BAND AIDS

The Indy is still accepting submissions for its 2010 Santa Barbara Band Guide and Downtown Sound competition. If you’re interested in having your band listed in our annual music issue and entering to win big prizes—recording time, professional consultation, a gig at this year’s New Noise festival—visit independent.com/band_submission for details and instructions.

PARKS & RECREATION

Santa Barbara County Arts Commission is currently seeking works for a juried exhibition titled Art in the Parks. The show, which kicks off September 27, aims to incorporate art of all mediums with a focus on the multitude of parks and public spaces in the county. Submissions are due Wednesday, September 1. For details and applications, visit sbartscommission.org.

WALK IT OUT

This Saturday, August 14, kicks off Sunlight and Water, a meandering gallery experience in Los Olivos that will run through September. The exhibit will be housed in 10 different venues—all within walking distance of each other—and feature Mark Robert Halper’s photos of S.B. County winemakers. For more info on the show and coinciding book release, visit sunlightandwater.com.

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