Join us on Friday, October 25 for our first-ever DATE NIGHT! Grab your significant other, a friend, or a colleague and head downtown for a night out featuring art, music, wine, and special discounts to Downtown Santa Barbara restaurants and bars. Visit MCASB’s current music-filled exhibition Ari Benjamin Meyers: Kunsthalle for Music, enjoy a glass of wine, and follow up your night of contemporary culture with dinner and dessert from one of our favorite nearby restaurants!
Tickets are a steal at $20 and each couple receives entry to the Museum, a curator-led introduction providing insights on the current exhibition Ari Benjamin Meyers: Kunsthalle for Music, 2 glasses of wine, and the following exciting offers:
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“Seven young musicians, many of whom are products of the dynamic program at CalArts, will be in residence there five days a week, four hours a day, making all kinds of gloriously anarchic music, from John Cage and Philip Glass to Julius Eastman, Yoko Ono, and, of course, Ari Benjamin Meyers. Clad in white sneakers from Seavees, black or grey trousers, and identical blue shirts, these talented players move throughout the gallery space at preset intervals, picking up various instruments and performing compositions from a long list created by Meyers and posted around the walls of the room.” – Charles Donelan, Santa Barbara Independent
If you haven’t yet visited Ari Benjamin Meyers: Kunsthalle for Music now is your chance to learn about the United States institutional debut of Berlin-based artist and composer, Ari Benjamin Meyers. Being exhibited for the first time in the United States, Kunsthalle for Music is dedicated to presenting music within the histories and environments of the visual arts. Co-founded with the Witte de With Center of Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, and Spring Workshop, Hong Kong, Kunsthalle for Music is comprised of a specially selected, local ensemble performing an on-site exhibition of musical works drawn from a “collection” that includes existing and newly commissioned solos, duets, and group pieces composed by Meyers and other artists.