Headless Household

Live music by S.B.-based Dada-inspired band, plus a special revisiting of SBMA's visual and aural project Intersphere, improvisation performance by artist Patrick Melroy and his team, a poetry and jazz performance, and more.

When: Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Where: S.B. Museum of Art, 1130 State St., Santa Barbara

Cost: Free

Age limit: Not available

Categories: Event


In celebration of the new "Pacific Standard Time" exhibition, "Pasadena to Santa Barbara." This incarnation of the Household features Dick Dunlap, Tom Lackner, Chris Symer, Joe Woodard, Tom Buckner and Glen Phillips…

In the Plaza: Enjoy live music from Santa Barbara’s own Dada-inspired band Headless Household, and a special re-visiting of Intersphere, a visual and aural project created for the Santa Barbara Museum of Art by Richard Dunlap in 1981. Interact with artist Patrick Melroy and his Fluxus-inspired team as they improvise from period performance art pieces. Experience “Now and Then,” a re-invention and homage to the poetry- and jazz-laced performance created by artist Richards Ruben in Pasadena in 1962¯led by noted local poets Paul Willis, Perie Longo, David Starkey, and Chryss Yost, with jazz iterations by Jon Nathan. Cheer for your favorite team in the Marcel Duchamp-inspired “Five Minute Found Object Sculpture Game.”

Phone: 805-963-4364

Event posted Feb. 9, 2012
Last updated Feb. 9, 2012


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