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New Art Exhibit: "Rhythm of Life" in the Fred Kavli Theatre Lobby Gallery


CONTACT:    Jonathan Serret, Cultural Affairs Department; 805.449.2767;

                         Robin Godfrey, Media Liaison; 805.449.2120;

New Art Exhibit: Rhythm of Life”  in the Fred Kavli Theatre Lobby Gallery

The “Rhythm of Life” exhibition runs through March 3, 2019 in the Fred Kavli Theatre Lobby Gallery and features the works of several artists from our surrounding communities. Danny Jones blends depictions of several recording artists with emblematic images to create visual representations of their careers. The instrument becomes the canvas for several works by Jed Swanson and Shana Radashaw, as they use mixed media for their unique art pieces. Numerous, iconic images from famed photographer, Guy Webster, round out the exhibition. As a pioneer in Rock and Roll photography, Mr. Webster’s works have been featured on album covers and magazines.

This exhibit was designed to echo the essence of music. Much like a film score highlights and elevates many of our favorite movies, music plays a similar role in real life; creating our own personal soundtracks, there are songs for any and every occasion, or for none at all. Music can make us feel happy, sad, excited, or relaxed, and can even change a mood altogether. Rhythm provides the foundation, which reverberates inside of us; the vibration which dances its way to the core and affects each of us in different ways. Music can energize, it can move, it can calm, and it can heal. This is the Rhythm of Life.

The Fred Kavli Theatre Lobby Gallery is open one-hour prior to events for theatre-goers with valid tickets. The Cultural Affairs Department will host open gallery hours, free of charge, between 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 and Tuesday, February 19, 2019. Appointments to view the work may also be made, free of charge, by contacting the Cultural Affairs Department at (805) 449-2700 or


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