The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 28, 1986 · Page 18
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Entertainment Jurored sculpture exhibit work of Salina, Lindsborg artists The Salina Journal Tuesday, January 28,1986 Page 18 A jurored exhibit of sculpture by Kansas artists opens Sunday at the Salina Art Center on the Kansas Wesleyan campus. The exhibit, sponsored by the Kansas Arts Commission and First National Bank of Salina, highlights the work of four contemporary sculptors. Three of the four live in Salina and Lindsborg, and the fourth is a native of New Cambria. The artists: • Sherry Nickell, Salina, is an art instructor at Marymount College. She works primarily in metal, and will demonstrate forging techniques Sunday afternoon at the Art Center. • Gyuri Hollosy, Lindsborg, teaches sculpture at Bethany College. He has been awarded several commissions for public sculpture, the most recent a cast-bronze work in Sunset Park in Cleveland, Ohio. It honors Hungarians who lost their lives in World War II. • Marjorie Carhart, Lindsborg, recently received a master's degree from Washington University, St. Variation, bronze by Gyuri Hollosy. Louis. She constructs mixed media pieces using rubber, fabric and wood. • Richard Stauf fer, a native of New Cambria, is on the faculty of Emporia State University. His work utilizes wood, metal and found objects, and reflects the influence of primitive cultures. The juror for the exhibit is David Olson, head of sculpture in the Fine Arts Department at Wichita State University. Olson also will display several pieces in the exhibit. He will give a short gallery talk at the public opening, scheduled for 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday. All the artists will participate in educational events at the Art Center during February. For a calendar of related events and information on special tours, call Susan Glenn at 8271431. Cartoon 'Rambo' planned LOS ANGELES (AP) - "Rambo," a smash hit in two movies, will soon be carrying on his patriotic duties in an animated cartoon. Ruby-Spears Enterprises, a division of the Taft Entertainment Co., will produce 65 half-hour television episodes of "Rambo" for first-run syndication. The first five episodes will be telecast as a miniseries in the spring. Live in Salina Nutrition in Dentistry, Community Seminar on Personal Health presented by Robert B. Henson, room 201 of Peters Science Hall at Kansas Wesleyan,7:30p.m. Salina movies A Chorus Line: The Movie — Mid- State Cinema, Rated PG-13 A Nightmare on Elm Street-2 — Vogue, Rated R My Chauffeur — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R Out of Africa — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG Runaway Train — Fox Theater, Rated R Troll — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG-13 TV movies, specials 7 p.m. —, The American Success Company, WGN, Salina Cable Channel 9 Jeff Bridges, Ned Beatty (1979). Tired of his luxurious home, his beautiful wife and his secure, well- paying job, a credit card company employee conceives an elaborate plan for escape. 7 p.m. — A Doctor's Story, USA, Alaska Adventure August 16-27 12 Days— 11 Nights AIR from Wichita Briefly MILDRED SELLECK AIR CRUISE MOTORCOACH RAIL Canada's Yukon by MOTORCOACH CRUISE the inside passage on a Loveboat See Alaska's interior by RAIL AN ADVENTURE TO REMEMBER Vancouver Expo Optional Brochures Available Escorted by Mildred & Slim Selleck Call Collect 913-825-0950 ANYWHERE TRAVEL WOTOKCO AC'II Salinans nominated for awards Two Salina School District drama instructors — Kristin Anshutz of Central High and Linda Webb of South High—have been nominated for the 1986 Association of Kansas Theatre Outstanding Teacher Award. Six theatre teachers/directors, one from each school classification, will receive the award. They will be presented by Gov. John Carlin on Feb. 15 during the ART convention at the Doubletree Hotel in Overland Park. Winners will be cited for their contributions to educational theatre. Russell native host to film festival LAWRENCE — A statewide student film festival sponsored by the Kansas Film Commission will be held April 12-13 on the University of Kansas campus. It is designed to promote student film-making during the state's 125th anniversary year. The host will be actress Marj Dusay, a native of Russell who plays the part of Myrna Clegg on the CBS daytime series "Capitol" and Blair's mother on NBC's' 'Facts of Lif e." She is a member of the KFC. She also will devote one day of the weekend event to workshops on acting, scriptwriting, directing and producing. Dusay will bring several television and film producers and directors from Los Angeles to judge the entries in four categories: documentary, music video, narrative and original/experimental. There will be four divisions: Division I, students in grades 1-8; Division II, grades 9-12; Division III, all students enrolled in two- and four-year colleges or universities; and Division IV, open to all Kansas residents. The deadline for entries is March 15. They are limited to one per person per category. They may be shot on any format, but must be submitted for judging on VHS videotape. Finalists' entries will be exhibited at the festival in their original formats. Rules and entry forms will be distributed to all Kansas schools. Entry forms also may be obtained from the Kansas Film Commission, 503 Kansas Ave., 6th Floor, Topeka, Kan. 66603. you care whether lives or dies New Broadway play for Cronyn, Tandy NEW YORK (AP) - Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy will return to Broadway in a new play by Brian Clark, author of "Whose Life is It Anyway?" Cronyn, 74, and Tandy, 76, have been co-starring in "Foxfire" at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles, where the actress collapsed onstage recently but returned to the show several days later. They will appear in Clark's "The Petition," about a retired British general who learns his wife has publicly endorsed an antinuclear petition he strongly opposes. It is scheduled to open April 24, but the theater has not been announced. WATCH: YOU'RE TOO YOUNG TO DIE. -Sum, it's easy to ignore our nation's problems. But as a famous historian once said, "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing'.' Today, our country is facing a crisis. America: You're Too Young To Die is a special presentation about our future, the hope of our children and the destiny of our country. It shows how you can make a difference in returning America to the values that made this nation great. AMERICA: YOU'RE TOO YOUNG TO DIE. Tuesday at 7:00 pm. KWCH Ch. 12 Presented as a public service by The Arthur S. DeMoss Foundation. Publishers of "Power for Living!' 2-NIGHT MOVIE RENTAL Rent A Movie Today Keep It Tonight! Keep It Tomorrow Night! Bring It Back The Next Morning By 9 AM! 7 Days A Week 80% Of Our Stock Gold Star Tapes $ «| 99 7 Days A I Week L ^O^Of^Our Stock_ • VCR PLAYERS t Tuesday & Wednesday $ «l /\OO p er I \J Week .Nojrnal_$2q.0p Per Week DOWNTOWN NEWS & BOOKS CARROLL'S BOOKSTORE Open 7 Days A Week 24 Hour Drop Boxes Salina Cable Channel 6 7:05 p.m. — Man's Favorite Sport?, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 8 p.m. — State of the Union Address, CBS, NBC, ABC, Salina Cable Channels 3,4,5,9,10 and 12 President Reagan delivers the annual State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress. 8 p.m. — One Million Years B.C., Salina Cable Channel 7 John Richardson, Racquel Welch (1966). A prehistoric pair of lovers from different tribes succeed in removing the man's evil brother from leadership of his people. 9:40 p.m. — The Ghost of Flight 401, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 Ernest Borgnine, Kim Basinger (1978). WANTED MEN WHO LOVE TO SINO New Member Night Thun., Jin. 30 — 7:30 Salvation Army Call Gary O'hara — 827-9971 SUNFLOWER BARBERSHOP CHORUS THE MAN OF YOUR DREAMS IS BACK! GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS INCLUDING BEST PICTURE! 3 ROBERT REDFORD MERYL STREEP ON ELM STREET 2 FREDDY'S REVENGE ENDSTHURS. o rur.ni 1C I IM£ nmtai H CHORUS LINc TH6Movie ENDSTHURS. TROLL SHELLEY HACK Our OF AFRICA RUNAWAY TRAIN JON VOIGHT [gj 6TH BIG WEEK! CHAUFFEUR Love Is... 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