Instructor: Sueann Bettison-Sher
Dates: 6 Thursdays, Feb. 9 – Mar. 15
Time: 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Cost: $100 plus $15 materials
Almost anything you can imagine, we can bring to life. Come prepared to amaze yourself as beautiful creations get formed by your own hands. We will create clay animals, people, monsters, fairies, cups and bowls, masks, sculptures and things we just make up on the spot. We will glaze our work in brilliant colors and then fire it in the kiln at the Arts Center. Clay is way too much fun!!
Instructor: Kelly Lynch, yoga instructor since 1999
Fee: $3 per class
Come enjoy a wonderful hour of yoga. Yoga enables you to gain and maintain balance, strength and flexibility of both body and mind. Previous yoga experience is not necessary. Modifications of the postures will be taught so that all levels can be accommodated. Wear comfortable, loose clothing that you can move in. Bring a yoga mat if you have one and a small bottle of water if you would like.
What: The Producers--Mel Brooks' hilarious satirical musical comedy for ages 12 to 112.
Who: Santa Rosa High School's award winning ArtQuest and Fine Arts Departments
Contact for tickets: 707-547-9000 or email:
A Musical Theater Production
The Producers: A production of Santa Rosa High School's award winning ArtQuest and Fine Arts programs.
Stage Direction by Vicki Carpenter; Musical Direction by Kira Bombace
Come see this satirical, hilarious Mel Brooks musical comedy for ages 12 to 112
March 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th: 7:30pm
March 4th and 11th: 2:00pm matinee
Location: SRHS Auditorium, 1235 Mendocino Ave., SR
General Admission: Students and Seniors ($7), All Others ($10)
Benefit for the Boys & Girls ClubLast year's show was a huge hit - this year the show is even better: Speakeasy Saints, Maxx Cabello Jr., Wayne de la Cruz, Fro Horns, Brian Ward.
Sponsored by Lagunitas Brewing Co, The Bohemian, Chili Gods, and Bloody Bob's.
Willowside School School Nursery
SPRING PLANT SALES
WE HAVE THOUSANDS OF PLANTS: a great variety of perennials: hydrangeas,camellias, roses, grasses, small Japanese maples, Trident maples,hornbeam, Mission olive trees and cypress as well as a multitude of succulents and BONSAI crab apple trees, ginkgoes, elm and trident maples.
Making A Slip Slab Ensō Lecturer: Carol Koffel Date: March 3 Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Cost: Members $15, Non‐members $30
“As a symbol, the circle expresses the totality of our being.” (Ensō: Zen Circles of Enlightenment, Audrey Yohiko Seo)
A demonstration to make slabs using porcelain slip, thin sticks, dry cleaning plastic, and a rectangle of plaster. Instruction includes what makes clay a slip, how to colorize it and form vessels.
East Bay Center for the Performing Arts presents award-winning one-man show“In Search of My Father…Walkin’ Talkin’ Bill Hawkins” PRESENTER: East Bay Center for the Performing Arts WHAT: “In Search of My Father...Walkin’ Talkin’ Bill Hawkins” Written and performed by W. Allen Taylor This award-winning, critically acclaimed one-man show recalls W. Allen Taylor’s adventurous search for his absent father, Bill Hawkins, the first black disc jockey in Cleveland, Ohio. This inspiring, heartfelt play features musical interludes celebrating the cultural legacy of black radio, as W. Allen Taylor skillfully portrays a range of richly defined characters as he recalls the journey he took to discover his roots. In addition to critical rave reviews, “In Search of My Father...Walkin’ Talkin’ Bill Hawkins” received the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics’ Circle Best Solo Production award in 2006. "Pay What You Can" preview performance 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17, 2012. Listen to the captivating episode of National Public Radio “Lost and Found Sound” featuring W. Allen Taylor searching for his father’s voice at http://www.walkintalkin.com/audio.html Featuring original direction by Ellen Sebastian Chang WHEN: Feb. 18 to March 4, 2012 8 p.m. Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays"Pay What You Can" preview performance 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17, 2012 LOCATION: East Bay Center for the Performing Arts 339 11th Street @ Macdonald, downtown Richmond, Calif. PARKING: Secured lot across the street from venue COST: $10 to $15 ($10 Students & Seniors; $15 General) TICKETS / BOX OFFICE / INFO: 510-221-6353Order tickets Brown Paper Tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/217632 or 1-800-838-3006Tickets also available at the doorWEBSITES: www.eastbaycenter.org or www.walkintalkin.com PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/yS8rG9LTdc8cL1s0fOEFQg
For more information please call 707-987-3063 or email
Instructor: Mark Edwards
Dates: 6 Wednesdays, Feb. 8 – Mar. 14
Cost: $90 plus $10 materials
This class will explore many artistic techniques as we create our own masterpieces. Acrylic, pastel, clay and water color will be used. We will paint portraits, ours as well as the Mona Lisa’s. We will learn linear perspective with the use of the cube and landscape painting. Cartooning will make this class joyful, as we create our own comic strips. We will work with clay in fun ways and create masterworks of our own. There will be tons of surprises and art history will be learned through project-related anecdotes. Every age level is welcome. So come on down to the Arts Center and have a barrel of fun learning art history and making some of your own.
Mickey Hart, former Grateful Dead drummer, is beating a pathway to Healdsburg with his new "cosmic nature" Band with percussion-heavy, sound-vibration-inspired songs. Some of those old great Dead songs may just vibrate through the show, too. SHOW SPONSORS: Bear Republic Brewing Company and Krush 95.9
Raven Performing Arts Theater115 North StHealdsburg, CA
LOOT"Classic whodunit with assaults on anything sacrosanct" PRODUCER: Sonoma State University Department Theatre Arts & Dance presents WHAT: “Loot” By Joe Orton Oscar Wilde meets Monty Python in this outrageous, hilarious romp of a whodunit as seen through the jaded eyes of mid-20th century English playwright Joe Orton. This greedy, sexy, tawdry (yet stylish) comic masterpiece goes to the next level when religious fervor and a deceased mother become cover-ups for a bank heist gone wrong. Throw in an inept detective and you have a classic satirical critique of the bourgeoisie. Directed by Judy Navas WHEN: March 8 to March 17, 20127:30 p.m. Thursday, March 8; Fridays March 9 & March 16; Saturdays, March 10 & March 17; Tuesday, March 13.6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 14 SPECIAL EVENTS: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 14 - Faculty / Staff Night. SSU Faculty and Staff are FREE. LOCATION: Sonoma State University, Evert B. Person Theatre1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928Evert B. Person Theatre is accessed through the main entrance to Sonoma State University PARKING: After entering the main entrance of Sonoma State University, turn right. Use LOT E to the left. Walk from the main parking lot using the ramp to the theater which is to the left of the parking lot. Parking permits are required for all cars during posted hours Monday through Friday. Permits may be purchased daily from the vending machines located at the entrance to the general parking lots. Daily parking fee is $2.50. Visitor parking is only permitted in lots marked as ‘Non-Reserved.’ TICKETS: $9 to $16 / Sonoma State University students FREE for all performances$9 students and seniors; $14 Sonoma State University faculty and staff; $16 general admissionPre-order and ticket reservations can be made through the box office at (707) 664-2353. Online sales at http://www.sonoma.edu/performingarts/theatre/nowplaying.shtmlTickets also sold at the door at Evert B. Person Theatre one hour prior to curtain.Light meals, wine and soft drinks available for purchase in the lobby at 5:30 p.m. BOX OFFICE: 707-664-2353School of Performing Arts Box Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 12 to 3 p.m. at Ives Hall on SSU Campus. WEB SITE: http://www.sonoma.edu/performingarts/theatre/nowplaying.shtml PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/Brz80pogH7bJvCaH4xCTFQ
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" PRODUCER: 6th Street Playhouse presents WHAT: "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" By Tennessee Williams Sexual desire and repression, death and greed cast a somber mood at the occasion of Big Daddy's 65th birthday celebration and threaten to destroy a wealthy, but dysfunctional Southern family in Tennessee Williams' 1955 Pulitzer Prize winning drama. Revelations about alcoholic son Brick and his sexually frustrated wife, Maggie are at the heart of this story. Family dynamics are further strained when Big Daddy's terminal illness is revealed and brother Gooper and his wife Mae contrive to gain control of the family inheritance. This 6th Street Playhouse production features the 1974 revision by playwright Tennessee Williams and features Charles Siebert* as Big Daddy; Jenifer Coté as Maggie; Clint Campbell as Brick; Kate Brickley* as Big Mama; Tice Allison as Gooper; Beth Deitchman as Mae; Joe Winkler as Doctor Baugh; and Samson Hood as Reverend Tooker. * This actor appears through the courtesy of Actor's Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. Directed by Michael Fontaine For mature audiences WHEN: March 9 to March 25, 20128 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays2 p.m. Sundays2 p.m. Saturday - March 24, 2012 LOCATION: 6th Street PlayhouseGK Hardt Theatre52 West 6th StreetSanta Rosa, Calif. 95401 TICKETS: $15 to $328 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $32; Senior (62+) $27; Youth (13-21) $27; Children (5-12) $15. 8 p.m. Thursdays: General $25; Senior $20; Youth $20; Children $15 PHONE: 707-523-4185Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.comPROMO VIDEOS: http://animoto.com/play/jxMIBxvtObX031LY82Yg4Q
The Third Annual Steve Werner Memorial Disc Golf Tournament will be held March 10th & 12th, 2012 at Crane Creek Regional Park just outside Rohnert Park, California.
This is a PDGA sanctioned Tier "C" event. All non-current PDGA members are required to pay a $10.00 surcharge. Event is Pre-Reg only please.
Field limited to 88 Players packages for pre-registered players.
$70.00 A Pool (All Pro Divisions)$50.00 B Pool (Advanced & Intermediate)$30.00 C Pool (Novice, Recreational & Juniors)
The event will be comprised of three rounds of 18-22 holes of challenging disc golf. We will play two rounds on Saturday and one round on Sunday followed by awards on Sunday.
If we have enough of a turnout, there will be a CTP contest for a basket on Sunday following the last round. Fee for the CTP will be $1.00 per disc.
Online registration via PayPal available at http://bit.ly/zboYpKFlyers may be downloaded from http://minus.com/mmKCdvd3c
Due to limited parking - Please carpool if possible.
more info: 707-664-9418
Free to Be is celebrating the spirit of our wonderful teens by throwing a party! We are holding our first formal fundraising event on Saturday, March 10th, 2012 at the newly renovated historic DeTurk Round Barn in Santa Rosa. All That Jazz will be a fabulous evening including fine wines, an award winning youth jazz ensemble, dinner by Park Avenue Catering, a live and silent auction of many unique items, and more.
Instructor: Griffe Griffiths Time: 12:00 – 2:00 pm Registration: $20 Materials: $5 Maximum Enrollment: 8 Learn the beauty of copper as you create a pendant, wood-mounted wall hanging, or something of your own design. This is a basic introduction to metalsmithing with an artist from the Baulines Craft Guild. Students will learn the techniques of repoussé and chasing, or embossing, on copper metal.
Instructor: Carole Barlas Time: 3:00 – 5:00 pm Registration: $10 Materials: $5 Maximum Enrollment: 15 Using found items, torn colored paper, magazine clippings, photos, newspaper, cloth and ribbons you will create a piece of art that can also be useful. The instructor will supply cigar boxes and some collage materials. Students will be asked to bring a collection of materials for their own use or to share, including: old magazines, sheet music, colored paper, ribbons, photos, marking pens, glitter, glue sticks, buttons, fabric, and anything else applicableInstructor: Carole Barlas Date: Monday, March 19 Time: 3:00 – 5:00 pm Registration: $10 Materials: $5 Maximum Enrollment: 15 Using found items, torn colored paper, magazine clippings, photos, newspaper, cloth and ribbons you will create a piece of art that can also be useful. The instructor will supply cigar boxes and some collage materials. Students will be asked to bring a collection of materials for their own use or to share, including: old magazines, sheet music, colored paper, ribbons, photos, marking pens, glitter, glue sticks, buttons, fabric, and anything else applicable
Instructor: Allegra Burke Registration: $15 Materials: $3
Prodding is the traditional way to make a rag into a rug. Allegra will demonstrate this simple and safe technique – using old blankets, cotton, denim, or recycled wool clothing. Come and learn how to recycle discarded clothing and other left-over materials into fabulous rugs just as our ancestors did. Each student will experiment with technique, color and design and take home a 12”x12” square piece.
Instructor: Sueann Bettison Sher
Registration: $10 Materials: $10 Maximum Enrollment: 10
Polymer clay is a blast to work with. Very beautiful, color and wonderfully creative things can be made. Make and string beads, pins, earrings, creatures, or anything else you can dream up.
Instructor: Mark Edwards Registration: $10 Materials: $5 Maximum Enrollment: 15 In this class students will take an actual trip through art history. We will study the different styles and techniques of the masters. Drawing and painting lessons will warm us up as we get ready to go back in time. Students will collect rocks, pebbles, sand, saw dust, leaves, grass, and anything that we can work with to create our own paints as they did in the past. We will then use these paints to create a real down-to-earth painting. All materials are safe.
Instructor: Jamie Drobnick Registration: $15 Materials: $7 (includes $3 for Model fees)
This is an introductory course in figure drawing, which will give students a basic anatomical understanding of the human form. You will have the opportunity to apply observations of live costumed models into visual expression. Three different professional models will create a theatrical interaction between the artist and the subject. They will be adorned in dynamic costumes to create a diverse spectrum of color, line and form. Materials used include graphite, charcoal and colored pastels. No drawing experience necessary.
Instructor: Ellen Burns
Maximum Enrollment: 20
We will take hardbound books, provided by the instructor, and transform them into something out of our own imaginations. Using scrap materials and special memorabilia, these books will reflect the artist and be a remarkable keepsake to show off to friends.
Instructor: Patti Trimble
A fun and energetic class on writing poetry and speaking it aloud. We'll begin with some writing games, and then we'll get to work writing new poems. We'll watch a few performance poets and slam poets on YouTube, and then it'll be your turn to bring your poetry alive. We'll experiment with performance styles—from quiet reading, to slam performance with a microphone, to adding some simple music. If enough poets are interested, we can schedule a later field trip to a local poetry slam. Instructor Patti Trimble has performed poetry at hundreds of venues, and she's a supportive and enthusiastic teacher. Let your poetic genius speak! (And if you're a musician, bring your instrument.)
Instructor: Julio Olmedo
Materials: List Provided
The art of paper cutting developed in many cultures, including Mexican, Japanese, Israeli/Jewish, Indian, Filipino and Chinese. In this class, Julio will teach his method for cutting fantastic creatures, detailed architectural forms, and people to form an intricate and unique scene out of ordinary paper. Each student will create their own paper cutting with Julio’s assistance, and learn the skills to create art with just paper and an x-acto knife.
Mill Valley Chamber Music Society presents Eroica Trio The Eroica Trio performs in concert March 25 for the Mill Valley Chamber Music Society. Honored with multiple Grammy®-nominations and known for its audience appeal, flawless technical virtuosity, elegance and enthusiasm, the critically acclaimed Eroica Trio features three award-winning soloists ~ pianist Erika Nickrenz, violinist Susie Parker and cellist Sara Sant'Ambrogio. Their Mill Valley March 25 concert program includes Gaspar Cassado: Piano Trio in C Major; Shostakovich: Piano Trio No. 2 in e minor, Op. 67; Ravel: Piano Trio in A WHEN: 5 p.m. Sunday, March 25, 2012 LOCATION: Mt. Tamalpais United Methodist Church410 Sycamore Avenue, Mill Valley, CA 94941 COST: $15 to $30 per person.$15 Youth - 18 years and under. $30 General. Tickets sold at the door when space available. Reservations recommended. TICKETS: Order tickets by phone at 415-381-4453 Order online through Brown Paper Tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/197986 PHONE: 415-381-4453 WEBSITE: http://www.chambermusicmillvalley.org PROMO VIDEO: http://youtu.be/nP7jEdAgwQI
Dates: 8 Mondays, Mar. 26 – May 14
Cost: $10/class or $70/8 classes plus $3 materials/class
Each week we will create a different project that you can take home that very day. We will use recycled materials from SCRAP and create 3d sculptures out of plastic, wood, fabric and metal. Each week we will focus on a different material to create something new and fantastic. Students will be instructed on how to use a glue gun for their projects.
Dates: 8 Tuesdays, Mar. 27 –May 15
Cost: $115 plus $10 materials
Come explore the fabulous world of paper maché! With nothing more than paper, wire, cardboard, millions of miles of masking tape, and glue, we will create animals, people, monsters, and anything you can dream up . First we will build our armatures (skeletons), then we will fill out their forms, and lastly paint them with acrylic paint and add cool, life-like details with assorted materials. Come prepared to get messy and create your new “best friend.”
Dates: 8 Wednesdays, Mar. 28 – May 16
This class can be taken on its own, or as an extension of Adventure in Art, raising the students who enrolled last session to higher levels. We will discover illustration and more involved figure drawing. Students will concentrate on a certain area of interest: portraiture, landscape, still life, or cartooning. Every student will create their own whimsical illlustrated clock as a finale to the course. This class works at all levels, kindergarten through college, and is taught in very relaxed way. Don’t miss out on all the excitement of this class – Register today!
Telephone: 707-584-2000 Fax: 707-585-1363
Bạn không có khả năng truy cập trang này vì:
Xin hãy thử một trong những trang sau:
Nếu tình trạng diễn ra tiếp tục,hãy liên hệ vói người quản trị hệ thống của trang web!
Không tim thấy Component