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The Community Arts Music Association (CAMA) of Santa Barbara is the oldest community arts organization in Santa Barbara and, arguably, the oldest such organization in the United States. It was founded in 1919 by William Andrews Clark, Jr., who also founded the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the same year with a mission to present the world's finest music to local audiences. The organization continues its work today under the direction of CAMA President Judith Hopkinson[?] and Executive Director Mark Trueblood[?].



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