The Lark

Paul Wellman

The Lark

The Lark Hosts an Art Contest

Santa Barbara Artists of All Skill Levels Welcome

The Funk Zone’s hottest dinner reservation is making moves to become home to some of the area’s coolest new artists. The Lark is currently hosting a friendly competition for any and all Santa Barbara artists. The restaurant is providing 5” by 8” wood boards that contestants are being challenged to create their best original art masterpiece on. Artists of all age ranges and levels of experience are encouraged to participate. However, the material must be suitable for a public audience. The artwork will be put on display at the restaurant in the form of server check trays, which will be circulated throughout the restaurant during business hours. The grand prize winners with the best design will receive a dinner for two at the Lark. The boards can be picked up at the host stand Tuesday-Sunday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. through August 31. A winner will be announced on September 5.

The Lark is an adamant supporter of the Santa Barbara art and entertainment scene. In addition, said a spokesperson, they would like to use this event as a way to bring together the community and celebrate the cultural diversity we have here in Santa Barbara. The Lark, being a flagship restaurant of the Funk Zone, boasts a culturally diverse set of plates that give diners a smattering of cuisine around the globe. Put your artistic abilities to the test and see if you can win yourself one of the best meals in town, on the house

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