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Call for Artists for Upcoming Dibblee Hoyt Exhibit

All Former Students Are Encouraged to Submit Photos


The Santa Barbara County Arts Commission is seeking works from former students of the Alan Hancock College photography teacher and photojournalist Dibblee Hoyt. The accepted works will be part of the upcoming exhibit W. Dibblee Hoyt: Far Reaches, which will be on display at the Channing Peake Gallery this June. Submissions are due Wednesday, April 17, at noon. For info, visit sbartscommission.org.

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