Artists needed for September ‘Artquinox’ event
Audience members interacting with the work and the artists at Artquinoxen #1: Vernal Convergence at The Main in Newhall Friday, March 29. Courtesy of Mani Benavides

Artists needed for September ‘Artquinox’ event

Arts for Santa Clarita, an art advocacy organization, is looking for artists to participate in the next Artquinoxen event in September.  “What we’re trying to do is highlight and draw…

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How to create an eye-catching gallery wall
Gallery walls allow homeowners to create visually appealing groupings of photos, frames, wall art and more.

How to create an eye-catching gallery wall

Gallery walls, also called moment walls, are one of today’s hottest home decor trends. Gallery walls enable homeowners to create visually appealing groupings of photos, frames, wall art and much…

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The art of buying art for your home
The art people hang in their homes is a personal choice, and the process of finding that art can be fun and eye-opening.

The art of buying art for your home

Designing a home’s interior can be fun. Whether furnishing a first apartment or a newly purchased family home, many people feel that the art they put on the walls of…

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Ted Dayton: Artist in Action
Photographer Ted Dayton walks on a ridge near Skylark Lane to find the angle over the rooftops to make his ultra high resolution images of the Five Knolls Community in Santa Clarita. Dan Watson/The Signal

Ted Dayton: Artist in Action

When Sand Canyon resident Ted Dayton first attended college, he realized he didn’t have a clue about what to study, or what he wanted to do with his life. He…

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Denim Day-inspired artwork on display at City Hall
The SCV Child & Family Center's art piece inspired by Denim Day is on display at City Hall through May 31. Courtesy of the city of Santa Clarita.

Denim Day-inspired artwork on display at City Hall

Santa Claritans still have some time to check out a new art piece by the SCV Child & Family Center that’s inspired by Denim Day. The artwork, dubbed “Hope within…

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College of the Canyons students showcase work at the Getty museum
College of the Canyons Student Photographer Anna Betry discusses the student pieces that were on display with a group of spectators during The J. Paul Getty Museum's College Night on Monday.

College of the Canyons students showcase work at the Getty museum

Four photography students at College of the Canyons recently participated in College Night at The J. Paul Getty Museum, where students were given the opportunity to showcase their work and…

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CalArts students open their doors to visitors at Open Studios Day
Diego Barrientos stands between two mirroring works, both reflecting "The Myth of Sisypus," during the Open Studios Day at CalArts on Sunday. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

CalArts students open their doors to visitors at Open Studios Day

Visitors to California Institute of the Arts walked from room to room outside the John Baldessari Building to look at works put on display by the school’s graduating students during…

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Mixing food and art with purpose
William Cervantes is not only the owner of restaurant Noche Azul. He's an artist who sells his work in the locale, where a portion of proceeds go toward cancer research. Tammy Murga/ The Signal

Mixing food and art with purpose

Art isn’t just prominent in the name — it’s in the food, across the walls and in their story. Coming to the Santa Clarita Valley by way of Simi Valley,…

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