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Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara Welcomes New Directors


Sunday, January 13, 2013
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Paul Longanbach, M.Ed. is an organization development consultant and executive coach, primarily serving public sector and not-for-profit clients across the United States. Prior, he held senior executive positions in the Federal government, including the Federal Aviation Administration’s Director of Organization Learning and Development, and Director of Education at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. He holds a Master’s of Education from Boston University, and a B.A. in History/Art from Valparaiso University. Longanbach is a member of the Santa Barbara Art Association, and serves on the Steering Committee of the Student Art Fund. He leads Domingo Walking Tours, and serves as a curriculum advisor for BEEP.

Jeremy White Ph.D., AIA, is an architectural historian teaching at UCSB, and a licensed architect. His field of study is the modern landscape, urbanism and architecture of the U.S. He also teaches art history in the MFA program at Brooks Institute. Current research projects include a book exploring the relationship of memory, history and architecture, and another on the city hall as a space of contact between government and the public. White earned his doctorate in Architecture History from UC Berkeley, and holds M.A. and B.A. degrees in Architecture from the University of Arizona. He has worked for architecture firms in Milwaukee, San Francisco, Redwood City, and Oakland. White conducts Sabado Walking Tours and helps lead the Built Environment Education Program.

Jacquelyn Cacan recently returned to her hometown to join Ann Kale Associates as a Lighting Designer/Project Manager, after architectural design work in Hong Kong, Paris, Genoa, Los Angeles, and Houston. She previously worked for David Clovers Architecture, Foster+Partners, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, and Richard Meier & Partners. Cacan holds Bachelor’s degrees in Architecture and Visual Arts from Rice University, and received the Ziegler Cooper Award in Architecture in 2009 and William Ward Watkin Traveling Fellowship in 2008. She is also a mixed media and printmaking artist. Cacan volunteers for the High School Design Competition, and recently became a Domingo Walking Tour docent.

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Architecture? In Santa Babylon? What ARE y'all smoking...and can I have some?

There is no architecture in Santa Barbara..all you need to know is white stucco, red tile, wrought iron, faux Spanish/Moorish/Mediterranean. That's it, end of story. Nothing creative or beautiful...just everything all the same, all the time....a sea of ugly, blinding white stucco, topped off with red tile roofs.

Ick. Boring.

Holly (anonymous profile)
January 16, 2013 at 3 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Holly is correct, they need to welcome new styles instead of the oppressive, mind numbing, ubiquitous red tile and white stucco.
SB proclaims it's a center of creativity, prove it.

Ken_Volok (anonymous profile)
January 16, 2013 at 1:18 p.m. (Suggest removal)

The area around the Mission/Pedregosa area has good examples. Some nice old--and in some cases three-story houses.

Seeing some more tudor-style, colonial, and georgian houses would be nice.

billclausen (anonymous profile)
January 16, 2013 at 7 p.m. (Suggest removal)

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