“Bygone” – An Art Event for the Steelehead

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Date & Time

Sat, Mar 25 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Address (map)

631 Garden Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Join us at the Community Arts Workshop for an evening of art, community and environmental stewardship!

Learn about the great work being done to restore our precious watersheds for future generations. Enjoy presentations from California Trout, the Environmental Defense Center, the Santa Barbara Channelkeeper and South Coast Habitat Restoration.

Hear presentations from influential changemakers, including:

Russell Marlow | Program Manager for the South Coast Region for California Trout

Brian Trautwein | Senior Analyst & Watershed Program Director for the Environmental Defense Center

Molly Troup | Science & Policy Associate for the Santa Barbara Channelkeeper

Mauricio Gomez | Director of the South Coast Habitat Restoration

Local legend Michael Irwin and his son, Nathan Irwin, will be showcasing paintings from their series, “Bygone”, a portrayal of the Southern California Steelhead, the most endangered fish in North America. 30% of art sales will be donated to the featured environmental organizations that are working to protect steelhead. Special guest artists and future environmental leaders from Hope Elementary will showcase their portrayal of the Southern California steelhead.

Food and drink will be available on site. Join us for an illuminating event that’s fun, free and supports a great cause!


5:00 pm – Doors open

5:00pm – 6:30pm – Eat, drink, connect and enjoy the artwork

6:30pm – 7:15pm – Expert Presentations

8:00pm – Raffle winners announced

9:00pm – Doors Close

This is a free event and donations are greatly appreciated!

Please contact nate@illuminateconservation.com if you have any questions.


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