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Fishbon NYEve event 2016/17!

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Fishbon NYEve event 2016/17!

Time: December 31, 2016 at 9pm to January 1, 2017 at 1am
Location: 101 S. Quarantina
Street: Infront of 101 S. Quarantina building
City/Town: santa barbara
Website or Map: http://www.fishbon.org
Event Type: party
Organized By: Fishbon
Latest Activity: Dec 27, 2016

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New Years Eve is almost upon us, so brace yourselves as Fishbon is hosting the future-famous “Rainbow and Unicorn Playdate”! Join us this year, as we occupy the street in front of the Pescadrome from 9PM till 1AM to hold Giant Unicorn Puppet Fights, Alter Soft Toys and go Unicorn Hunting, to name but a few activities. Inside the Pescadrome we’ll be limited to 49 guests at all times due to newly imposed regulations. That’s why we’re using the street too…and bringing the Pyrobar! There’ll be a fantastic new play written by Bryan Snyder, “Fear and Loathing in Rainbowland, that will be playing twice on the inside, seats depend on availability. These tickets will go fast. Buy yours now! All guests will have full use of our outside “beer garden” but can only enter the Pescadrome as numbers allow. Come as a unicorn, an element of a rainbow (who knows what that means) or whatever seems appropriate or inappropriate. Dress up and dress warmly. Champagne at midnight.

Tickets are $35

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Fishbon’s Purpose:
Fishbon's purpose is to provide a forum, education and support for creative collaboration, mentorship and the visceral experience of visual, aural and performance-based art.  It is also to provide exhibition media for the artists and their art forms.

Fishbon’s Mission:
Fishbon's mission is to encourage collaboration between artists, technologists, writers, designers, performers and participants to create unique, real-time, compelling aesthetic experiences that speak to contemporary audiences.  Fishbon believes the synergy (sharings of perspectives and skills) made possible in a collaborative space creates a unique and special context for art.  By providing context, physical infrastructure, tools, mentoring support and encouragement for creative collaboration, Fishbon is an experiential incubator for emerging cooperative working models.  Much more about the process experience than final product, Fishbon creates a diverse "interactive" learning community that would be difficult to achieve in isolated individual working environments.

Fishbon is a 501 (c) (3) arts organization

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