Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Try to remember

Our September events:

EVENTS

Sept. 8, 7 PM: Public premier screening of APPALACHIAN QUILT HIGHWAY. A new documentary video by Carolina Conte, PhD. and Emily Prince. This video was made possible with support from The Ohio Arts Council Appalachian Artist Program, The Athens Municipal Arts Commission with additional support from The Donkey Coffee and Espresso and O'Betty's Red Hot!!
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Sept.15, 12 PM FRONT AND CENTER, (formally Kid’s Music Club) Music program and open stage for kids presented by Trishia Lachman,

Sept. 21-23 The Appalachian Regional Theater Company presents J.M. Synge's one Acts: RIDERS TO THE SEA and IN THE SHADOW OF THE GLEN. Shows will be FRI & SAT Sept 21 & 22 at 8pm and SUN SEPT 23 at 2 pm

Sept. 30: 6 PM Dinner of Swords presents NOISE SHOW WORKSHOP and pot luck dinner. $2. Check out www.myspace.com/artwestnoiseshow

CLASSES

Homeschool Arts and Crafts Class.
Led by Kelly Lawrence, owner of Green Mantle Studio. Learn about artists and make crafts for the holidays! All supplies included in fee.
Ages: 5-12
Day: Wednesday
Date: October 10-November 14
Time: 1:00-3:00
Fee: $55.00 or $10.00 per class
Place: ARTS/West Room 1

Readers’ Theater for Seniors
Do you enjoy reading out loud? Want to try acting, but don’t want to memorize the lines? Then we need you for our Readers’ Theater. No experience necessary! Perform a reading with the Youth Division of the Humble Play on October 6, at 2:00.
Instructor: Karen Chan
Ages: 55-up
Days: Tuesday and Thursday
Dates: Sept. 11, 13 (no class 18, 20), 25, 27, Oct. 2-4
Time: 2:00-3:00
Fee: $35.00 (all copies and supplies included)
Place: ARTS/West performance space

We are VERY excited to be incubating a new venture: The Appalachian Progressive Education Center (APE Center). These are some very talented artists and educators who saw a void and got together to fill it. Please go to their website to find out who and what they are and help welcome them to their ARTS/West home. www.apecenter.org for information and class opportunities.

Want to support Ohio Artists? Check out the Art of Ohio website:
http://www.artofohio.com/

SAVE THE DATE

HUMBLE PLAY: APPALACHIAN NEW PLAY FESTIVAL OCTOBER 1-7, 2007
Selected adult plays and playwrights are: "Canterbury Tales Revisited" by Celeste Parsons, "Frog Hollar" by W.R. Smiddie "Liberation" by Sarah Guthrie "Hearts of Clover" by Kathleen Kramer "Spoiling Prayers" by David Muscell