“Mermaid Teapot”, 1991, Luster-fired ceramic by Beatrice Wood. Permanent Collection: Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts/Happy Valley Foundation, Ojai. Beatrice Wood (1893-1998) was an American artist, sculptor and potter of international reputation. Known as the “Mama of the Dada” because of her close connection with Marcel Duchamp and others in the New York Avant-Garde, she spent most of her life in Ojai.
To find out "what's going on when and where" with the visual arts life and activities in Ojai, turn to ARTS about town as your source for information and inspiration.
Both the printed brochure and the website make it easy to plan your time and choose your itineraries by providing:
- a list of art spaces, galleries and museums
- a map where venues are indexed
- a calendar of current art events
Check back regularly for the most up-to-date information about openings, lectures and receptions in town.
Please stay tuned as we expand our coverage to include many more arts and cultural events: music, film, theater, poetry etc.
Saturday Jan.17: two new exhibits opening at the Ojai Valley Museum of History and Art, "Parallel Realities" opening at galerie 102 and Beatrice Wood event at Calais & Co.
Check out the Calendar of Events for more details on the above and on other art events in Ojai.