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The Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum is looking for six to 10 visual artists for next year’s annual Call for Entries exhibition. The show is open to all visual art mediums and entrants must live in the tri-county area. For details, visit


Jack Johnson announced this week that he will donate $30,000 to help victims of the current drought and famine in East Africa. The money will be split evenly between UNICEF, Save the Children, and the World Food Programme. For info, or to help, visit


The Indy is currently looking for artists or bands interested in playing on its weekly KCSB show, Poodle Radio. Interested parties should email with a brief bio and a link to music samples.

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