The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 10, 1997 · Page 31
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 31

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, October 10, 1997
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THE SALINA JOURNAL encore! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1O. 1997 03 EXHIBITS ^.raa..,.-...!.*.^^ , ... _.:-.. T ^i ) :.. |lr Hays * ELLIS COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY: "Settlement and Salvation: The Peopling of Ellis County, 18761890" opens Saturday and will be- ..cpme part of the museum's permanent exhibit. Opening celebration: 1 to 4 p.m. 100 W. Seventh. Hours: 10 a<m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. Free. ,.•' HAYS ARTS CENTER: Lindsborg Artists Association exhibit and 'Visual Stimulation," the bachelor of arts exhibition of Krista Dome. Ends Oct. 31. 112 E. 11th. ,f. MOSS-THORNS GALLERY OF ART: Large format color photographs of Leon J. Staab, Hays. Opens Mon. day, ends Oct. 28. Fort Hays State ,. University's Rarick Hall, Room 102. Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Free. Lindsborg * BIRGER SANDZEN MEMORIAL GALLERY: Swedish Folk Art, ends Nov. 2. Oil portraits by Margaret Sandzen Greenough, daughter of •Birger Sandzen, ends Sunday. 'The John W. Bashor and Rosemary ' Bashor Retrospective Exhibition" by . the former Bethany College profes: -.sots opens Wednesday ends Dec. 28. ; Opening reception from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. 401 N. First. Hours: 1-5 4.-P4TI. Wednesday-Sunday. $2 for riadults, 50 cents for students in grades : r l3t2. '• :• COURTYARD GALLERY: Gourd ; art by Kesa Smutz, Omaha, Neb., re: ception 7-9 p.m. today and demon• stration 1 1 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. ; 125 N. Main. Hours: 9-5:30 p.m. Mon' day through Saturday and 1 2:30 to 4 '. :p{m. Sunday. ; T COFFEEHOUSE: Exhibit of paintings by Kathy Toll, Lindsborg, &aQd covers of Svensk Hyllningsfest >3sgjivenir booklets in October. 124 S. :--1Wa1n. Hours: 7 p.m. until closing :V"50fednesday through Saturday and 1 p.m. Friday through Sunday. I* LINDSBORG COMMUNITY LI;*BRARY: "Images from Literature," ; which features works named for liter- Lary works by Lindsborg artist Jon Roe, through October. 111. S. Main. .-'"• MINGENBACK ART CENTER £ GALLERY: Sculpture by James \ Wade, ends Oct. 31. Corner of Olson I and Second streets on Bethany Col* lege campus. Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. t| Monday through Friday. Free I; • PRAIRIEWOOD GALLERY: ; Exhibit of new work by new. artists I and, artisans Including pottery, photog- " rapriy, painting, wood work and fabric ', work by local artists. 134 N. Main. f-Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Satur,-day, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. *'''.>' Stlpgan X>, DANE G. HANSEN MUSEUM: "lifelike sculptures of Milwaukee artist Kfliecrc Sijan, ends Nov. 9. 1 10 W. '^Maln. Hours: 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 '•pun. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Free. >>>: GRASSROOTS ART CENTER: !; 'Exhibit of wood and concrete sculp- • tures by Kingman artist Glenn Stark, : ends Nov. 17. 213 S. Main. Hours: 10 '. a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Septem: ber-; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday • -ihjpugh Monday in October and No• .member. Admission: $4 for adults and .' $|;Jor children 6 to 12. No fee on : Atfg. 30. «• '; McPherson ] "-•• FRIENDSHIP HALL GALLERY: J %Funny Thing Happened on the ! ; -Way to Reality," an exhibit of water; tolprs, lithographs and other artwork • "ByfyVayne Conyers, associate profes- • sor of art at McPherson College, is on : display through October. McPherson ^•Cgllege campus. Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday .< ,- • THE GALLERY: Pottery of Dianna Thrift and watercolors of Ellen Groves in October. 300 N. Main. Salina : * BLUESTEM GALLERY: "Santa Fe," which includes work by featured artist Bill Kossow of Salina, ends Nov. 8^117 S, Santa Fe. Hours: Noon to 5 p:rn. Tuesday-Saturday. Free. S SALINA ART CENTER: "Points otpeparture," an exhibit of two- and three-dimensional works by Marcie Miller Gross and Judi Ross of Kansas QTty, Mo. 242 S. Santa Fe. Hours: Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, until 7 p.m. Thursday and 1-5 p.m. Sun§ay. Free. :'-» SMOKY HILL MUSEUM; The Deling exhibit, "Her Works Praise MIT: Inventions by Women," ends %v. 20 at the YWCA, 651 E. Prtjscott, and Security Savings Bank, S. Santa Fe, Free. :* UNIVERSITY GAUER.Y: Exhibit of 26 works dating from J89Q to the present by Salina photographer Jan Wilson ends today. Sams fiall of Fine Arts at Kansas Wesleyan inlversity. Hours: 9 a.m.4 p.m. Won- y, Wednesday and Friday and 9 m.'lQ p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Pwe* THEATER M My Sons' South High to present Arthur Miller drama By The Journal Staff The Salina South High School theater department will present the Arthur Miller classic drama "All My Sons" Oct. 16,17 and 18. Tickets are available by calling 826-4766. Tickets are $4 for adults, $3.50 for students and senior citizens and $3 for South students with activity tickets. All shows will be at 7:30 p.m. in the South High Little Theatre. The story takes place during 1947 and revolves around the Joe Keller family. Keller runs a machine shop that made airplane parts during World War II. His partner was sent to prison because the firm turned out defective parts, causing the deaths of many men. Keller went free and became a prosperous businessman. Three years later, the Keller family is still coping with this catastrophe and with the fact that the younger Keller son was reported missing during the war. Cast members include John Henningsen as Joe Keller, Kati Paprota as Joe's wife; Matt Gerry as son Chris; Leslie Ahlvers as Ann Deever, the • daughter of Joe's partner and Chris' fiancee; and Jeremy McWilliams as George Deever, Ann's brother. Neighbors are portrayed by Reuben Lucas, Lori Thompson, Michael Freeland, Hayley Grosser and Laura Beth Sears. Kate Lindsay is the director, and Alexis Jones is assistant director. Technical design is by Bill Weaver. Stage managers are Kristina Von Fange and Amy Williams. Crew chiefs are McWilliams and Freeland, set; Williams and Henningsen, lights and sound; Andria McCall and Kari Good, props; Tisha Broyles and Thompson, costumes; Elizabeth Scott and Ahlvers, makeup; Jones and Lindsay Meyer, publicity; Kat Wighs and Deidre Hays, house management; Von Fange and Lucas, program. The South High Drama Club is sponsoring a food drive during this production and are asking the audience to bring canned food donations. Artist / Salina woman joins Bluestem Gallery FROM PAGE A1 England painted the wall in August, coming to the center about three times a week in the evening when the children were gone. Since she was painting on cement, she knew ordinary watercolors would not work. "I had to use acrylic paint, which is thicker and stockier," England said. "It had to be made kid-proof, because they'd be touching it all the time." Kid-proofing cement walls wasn't exactly what England had in mind when she began to study painting and art history at Kansas State University in Manhattan and later the Royal College of Art in London. But England paints much more than murals. She has exhibited her watercolor paintings at the Smoky Hill River Festival and the Midsummer Festival in Lindsborg and is the featured artist for October at the Hideaway Restaurant, Lindsborg. T EDUCATION For the love of kids While honored by awards, toarh^fl^a •y CAROL UCHT1 ^ mMIMAMimd ^^^^^^^^^^ *tn,ihecaiiiiici»theSin>Dliii Kansas Teacher of I in, a perfomtai troup« of w* selected by a iMtoWCmtnlitutatj. prtndpali, teachen bar itudenti, cl • • • ^ M . •§ ^ • umv , „, ton. principal!, teachen and parenU. WAL-MART ALWAYS LOW PRICES ALWAYS WAL-MART. f • Ali .AJfiA * ^SSSaSSSL-SSSSS-,^ sffSsSSssr 1 *%£&**** -^ . '»,* a spo ns ? r ,... ^^\ u & • ..k*cnOI i ~tn fit EJW" ^.^^^^^••HffiKS^uInal cliurch. We thin MI „ XT^lSt/' 1 __^^^^^MPWO5r pipen «boul Importmt p»- joyiindomctnu.- g iye-*" ^^^^^^^PPWURrthoven. pte.indUtiglniTWilMnilalM.' 1 H«niiihAppl«iul«l,« _^^^^^^^^^VRbMuidEiUneinllieS«lta> mine uld ih> wu poud to be uite of Cental who «n ^•^^••nVuod School DiiWcf l umineet for the honored with the Mini nomlu- hjdlotHllbee'l nomln •ffSeMOdurtlltieStroning Kum Tneher otthe Yeir. Ttay Uon, eipeclillr became aha li a Hlibee -eiempUfiei th MUD a petforalni troupe of «en Klected by a cnnmlttee at protect of thtSillM school lyitem. of lovlni your work i ^'to»0»SlSaeDt«. prtadpelH-cben and perentt. 1 knowwbatwonderfulteKhen wtatttaBut' BWaUW Of tlW yOITI l)M IpGldt <U1 U*«U yiCOCUMUUU, IIUCU a SllT UUUUWH^UUH.)* tvniwu — u—4, . ™ *"-•" — ^ r xi tv xw •^•^•^•^•V'T'^i^i^i^H -"^ She also volunteers for the Salina Art Center and teaches art to children through a program sponsored by the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission. Last month, she became an exhibiting artist at the Bluestem Gallery, 117 S. Santa Fe. England spends the rest of her time as a stay-home mom but hopes to make a living as a serious artist one day. She said that she enjoys the process of painting and will continue to supplement her income creating new murals for children's rooms. "I'm about to start one in Kansas City," England said. No matter how many murals she paints, England said she will always reserve a special affection towards that first cow that jumped over the moon. "It was so sad to have to leave that painting, but it's permanent until someone decides to cover it up," England said. "A young couple bought the house. I hope they can use the mural for their own children someday." 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