<b>NIGHT TALKS:</b> Ojai’s Galerie 102 lights up the night with its new Conversation Series.

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NIGHT TALKS: Ojai’s Galerie 102 lights up the night with its new Conversation Series.

Galerie 102 Launches Conversation Series

Artists, Designers, Decorators Talk Shop in Ojai

Starting this Sunday, December 15, Ojai’s Galerie 102 (102 W. Matilija St.) will host the first event in its new Conversation Series. The informal and intimate panel discussions aim to bring attendees inside the creative process of guest artists, designers, and decorators. Sunday’s conversation features contemporary painter and Santa Barbara native Devin Oatway, as well as sculptor Jon Rajkovich, who will discuss everything from finding inspiration and motivation to making a career as an artist. The pair’s talk will coincide with their current group exhibit at Galerie 102, titled We Are One, We Are Many. The inaugural Conversation Series takes place 2-4 p.m., and seating is limited. For more info, call (805) 640-0151 or visit

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