Registration Deadline Nears for Arts Council Conference
Friday, January 19 is the deadline for registering to attend
a Statewide Arts Conference arranged by the California Arts Council.
Dana Gioia, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts,
will be one of the main speakers at the event in the Sacramento Convention
Center on Tuesday, January 30.
The theme is "California Arts: Reflecting, Reframing, Responding"
The conference cost is $55.
Save the Date!
Sheriff Rupf to Address Symposium on More State
Funding for Arts
Contra Costa County
Rupf will be the keynote speaker at symposium designed to build support for
additional state funding of the arts.
The symposium, co-sponsored by California Lawyers for the
Arts and the Arts and Culture Commission of Contra Costa County, is scheduled
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on February 15 in the Knight Stage 3 Theatre in the Lesher Center
for the Arts, Walnut Creek.
Additional information will be available soon.
presents Masters of Distinction
AC5's art passages starts the 2007 New Year off with an
exhibition of extraordinary works: "Masters of Distinction", featuring
architectural designs by Arthur Stern, a prominent artist whose design style is
reminiscent of the world renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The exhibit
also includes works of realistic muralist, Bill Weber, a.k.a. El Gallo, plein
air impressionist paintings of Stephen Sanfilippo, surreal/abstract works of
Bruno Aguirre, realistic paintings of Nadine Merrill Persson, surrealism of Tim
DeSoto and photo realistic pencil drawings by Peggy Magovern. These exciting works will grace the halls of
the County Administration Building
located at 651 Pine Street,
Martinez. The public spaces include the Foyer, Foyer
Hallway, and Board of Supervisors Chambers.
The Honorable Supervisor Mary Piepho will dedicate the first
2007 art passages exhibition, sponsored by District 3, during the Board of
Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 9:30 a.m., in the Board
Chambers located in the County
at 651 Pine Street, Martinez, CA. The exhibit runs from January 23 to March 21,
2007, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.