Super Santa Barbara 2 at CAF

Contemporary Arts Forum Hosts Issue-Driven Contemporary Art Show Focusing on Net Neutrality

Super Santa Barbara is a series of independently organized, issue-driven contemporary art exhibitions. The exhibition will be on view January 6 - 23, 2011, at the Contemporary Arts Forum.

Super Santa Barbara 2 will focus on the under-publicized issue of Net Neutrality and how it’s absence/presence relates to the future of our community. Participating artists include Tristan Blodgett, Alejandro Casazi, Laura Devendorf, Stephanie Dotson, Angus Forbes, Kimberly Hahn, Robert Heckes, Saul Gray-Hildenbrand, Jake Montefu, Jason Sober, Steven Soria, Kat Trajano, Jonny Troyna, and James Van Arsdale. Organized and curated by Warren Schultheis.

Local thinker, blogger, anthropologist, Bruce Caron, will also deliver a short talk on Network Neutrality (before the reception) with a Q & A session afterwards. Literature and other materials will be available at exhibition.

Location: CAF, 653 Paseo Nuevo, Santa Barbara, Paseo Nuevo Mall Upper Arts Terrace, (805)966-5373

Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 11 AM to 5 PM, Sunday: Noon to 5 PM

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