Welcome to the Silo 118 Blog
Science and art intersect in these eye-opening works.
Is it art or architecture?
Sand and snow murals challenge the concept of art as something tangible and collectible.
A Bansky piece up for auction shreds itself moments after being sold.
Read about Alonzo Davis, one of our Silo118 artists, and his contributions to the art world.
Sol Hill and Chad Avery combine forces.
A NY Times article highlights Charles White’s legacy.
Through her photographs, Patricia Houghton Clarke sheds light on the stories of refugees and the communities they are living in.
A collection of oil paintings and works on paper by Michael C. Armour is on view through March 14, with a reception on February 9.
Washington, D.C. based painter Matt Sesow comes to Santa Barbara for a residency, solo show, and special events.
Check out a collection of photos from our November live painting event!
We had a great turnout and a wonderful evening showing work by Rwandan artist Frederick Ndabaramiye at a special pop-up exhibition.
Frederick will be coming to Silo118 on October 10 for a very special pop-up show and meet & greet.
Guests at yesterday's talk were treated to an inside look at painter Max Gleason's process and the symbolism in his work. Read more about his featured piece "Wish You Were Here" in this post!
Highlights from Tom Pazderka's talk on June 28th.
Luna the rhino visits Silo118 on her journey to raise awareness of rhino poaching in Africa.
The Silo is a popular background for Instagram and Facebook photos...and this week, even wedding photos!
Last week we prepared for our new show and celebrated with an opening reception.
Santa Barbara's jacaranda trees fill the streets with color.
SB City Fire trains new firefighters using our building for practice.
Giving our sign at Yanonali and Gray Ave some TLC.
A young art lover is mesmerized by a painting at Silo.
Hanging work for Max Gleason's show "Waves and Particles."
Just another lovely Santa Barbara sunset. Enjoying the evening in the Funk Zone.
Many thanks to our wonderful curator Bonnie for keeping us supplied with fresh flowers.