The Funk Zone Art Walk is a bi-monthly event initiated to highlight the neighborhood’s vibrant artistic community. On July 21st over a dozen artist studios, galleries, and art-centric venues open their doors to the public from 5-8pm, making it the ideal opportunity to casually experience the Funk Zone’s art scene.

At any given venue, visitors can expect events such as exhibition openings, artist receptions, open studios, insightful art lectures or demonstrations, live music and performances, pop-up artist booths, beer and wine tastings, and various other interactive activities.

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Below is a list of this coming Funk Zone Art Walk July 21 happenings:

1) The Arts Fund

Bridging Fine Art with Book Arts And Literature curated by UCSB Faculty & Alumni of College of Creative Studies.

205-C Santa Barbara St.


2) MichaelKate Interiors & Gallery

Funk Zone Studio Artist Sampler Exhibit.

20 artists with studios in the Funk Zone showing 1-3 pieces each.

132 Santa Barbara St.


3) Studio 121

New work from Jeanne Dentzel, Michael Irwin & Dug Uyesaka

121 Santa Barbara Street, 2nd floor


4) Marlyn Daggett – Mcubed.STUDIO 

Abstract, figurative, expressionist oil paintings

111-C1 Santa Barbara Street


5) Karen Lehrer Studio

Open Studio. Working painting studio in the Funk Zone.

111-A-1 Santa Barbara St.


6) Mason Street Studios

New work by Lisa Pedersen, Philip Koplin, Will Galzerano & Emily Morrill.

Guest artist Steve Richardson.

121 East Mason St.


7) Silo118

Slipping into the Unknown

Featuring work by Alonzo Davis, Max Gleason and John White.

118 Gray Avenue


8) Studio De Herrera

Color Field Art

120 Gray Avenue


9) Gone Gallery

Weary are the knots of linger

New Works by Skye Gwilliam

Interpretation of exterior environment through internal examination.

219 Gray Avenue


10) GraySpace Gallery

Geoff Pocock uses a system of freehand multi-layered forms and a juxtaposition of bold and muted colors to create his ‘Geometric’ pieces.

219 Gray Avenue


11)  The Youth Interactive Funk Zone Shop

Visit Youth Interactive’s Summer Arts Pop-Up Cafe for live art, artisan crafts and live music.

209 Anacapa Street


12) Loveworn Shop

Artisan Denim and Wallice Is Art juxtaposition of indigenous vs capitalistic society.


13) Brass Bear Brewery and Bistro

Susan Jordano Photography. Iconic Santa Barbara Panoramics and Costa Rican Wildlife.

28 Anacapa Street #E


14) Seahorse Gallery

Photographs by Alex Siegel

12 Helena Ave



15) The Blue Door

Artist Louise Ulrich

Local Danish abstract artist meet and greet. Multiple pieces on display.



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