Enjoy an evening with Pacific Pride Foundation in recognition of World AIDS Day. World AIDS Day is held on the first of December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV/AIDS, and show their support for people living with the disease while also commemorating those that have lost the battle.
This year Pacific Pride Foundation presents “RED!,” and is joining forces with Abolish Blandness, Clarke Carey Carpe, and SBCAST (Santa Barbara Center for Arts Science & Technology) to bring visibility to the cause. “RED!” will showcase art by Santa Barbara based artists Lynn Cunningham Brown, Sara Lytle, Patricia Houghton Clarke, Stuart Carey and Metrov.
Your evening will include live music by Amber and X-Tet, as well as DJ Darla Bea rocking the beats. Expect a performance by Pacific Pride Foundation’s 2016 Queen of Pride, Vivian Storm, and Santa Barbara’s local Drag King, Alec N. Humper, all while you explore art exhibits, sip on local wines, and enjoy hors d’oeuvres catered by Chef Draden Medina. Ticket proceeds will benefit Pacific Pride Foundation’s vital Education & Prevention Services.