The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 30, 1986 · Page 20
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 20

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, January 30, 1986
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Entertainment Briefly The Salina Journal Thursday. January 30,1986 Page 20 GJFWC Fine Arts Fair is Saturday The annual Fine Arts Fair sponsored by the Sixth District of General Federation of Women's Clubs will be held Saturday at Kansas Wesleyan. All media are eligible. Exhibits will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Student Center. Featured will be entries from the art departments of Salina South, Central and Sacred Heart high schools, and schools from throughout northwest and north-central Kansas. Each student is sponsored by a local Federated Club. Also eligible for competition are Federated Club women sponsored by a club. The art judge will be Jack Favre of Kansas Wesleyan. The photography judge will be Bill Elliot of Gunnerson Studio. Music auditions begin at 9:30 a.m. on the Kansas Wesleyan campus. Participants will compete for a scholarship and a chance to enter the GFWC Fine Arts Festival on March 9 at Bethany College, Lindsborg. Music judges will be Karen Bals, piano; David Clark, instrumental, and Peter van den Honert, voice. An awards assembly is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Sams Chapel. Awards will be presented by Mrs. Lawrence Kroeger, WaKeeney, Sixth District GFWC president. Local chairmen are Mrs. Bruce Stewart, district art chairman, and Mrs. Frank Crowl, district performing arts chairman. GFWC clubs in Salina are Fortnightly, Round Table, Sacred Literature No. I, Sacred Literature No. II and Art and Home Culture. Motor Spectacular opens Friday About 600 advance tickets have been sold for the National Motor Spectacular which opens Friday for a three-performance run at the Salina Bicentennial Center. Officials said, however, that large walk-in crowds are predicted on the basis of past experience. Features will include a mud race in modified, super modified and open classes, a truck tug-of-war, a dash for cash, show truck competition and an appearance of the monster truck "Taurus." Performances are at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are priced at $12 and $10 for adults, and $7 and $6 for children age 12 and under. Printmaking exhibition at SCT A printmaking exhibition by the "High Plains Printmakers" will be on display in the gallery of the Salina Community Theatre during presentation of the play, "Agnes of God," which opens tonight. The play will be presented nightly at 8 through Saturday and Feb. 5 through 8, with 2 p.m. matinees scheduled Sunday and Feb. 9. The exhibition of etchings and lithographs contains work by Laura Pihl of Salina, Jan Galliardt and Sean McGinnis of Hays and Steve Rankin of Protection. All are students of Frank Nichols, professor of printmaking at Fort Hays State University. Pihl, a Salina Central High School graduate, is the daughter of Ralph and Joanne Pihl, 448 S. Eighth. Salinan wins photography award HAYS — Terry Evans, Salina, was one of 10 winners in the "Five- State Photography Exhibition" sponsored by the Hays Arts Council. James Enyeart was the juror. Evans was awarded $100 for her entry,' 'Konza Prairie.'' The exhibition, consisting of 77 works selected from 420 that were submitted, will be on display at the Hays Arts Center beginning Saturday and continuing through Feb. 28. There is no admission charge. Mary Shaffer, Salina, also had a photography accepted in the show. Reception opens Goodland exhibit GOODLAND — The Goodland Carnegie Arts Center will open Sunday for the 1986 season with a public reception for a display of the works of Jessie Owens, Goodland, and Lynda Leonard, Hays. Owens will exhibit a variety of mediums — oils, watercolors, ink and pencil. Leonard will display clay and metal sculptures. Background music for the reception will be provided by harpist Claudia Bunker, St. Francis. She will play a walnut concert folk harp built by her husband, Robert. The displays will remain through Feb. 21. THE GUTHRIE THEATER Charles Dickens' splendidly vivid characters come to life in this classic story of Pip, the orphan boy who grows up to be a gentleman of "great expectations." High School Auditorium — Monday, February 3,1986 — 8 pm U TICKETS $10.00 Presented by Lindsborg Arts Council Call' 913/227-3032 Or Write: Box 6, Lindsborg, Kansas 67456 This performance is made possible by a jjranl from the IBM Corporal km A Mkl-Aim-ricj Arls Allure t> I'rc^r.un Marquee Isabella Rossellini with Gregory Hines in a scene from "White Nights." Isabella leaves no doubt she is Ingrid's daughter BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) She has raven hair and a strong profile. And when her eyes sparkle and she smiles, there can be no doubt that Isabella Rossellini is Ingrid Bergman's child. Her unique beauty has already been displayed on fashion magazine covers and in perfume ads. Now she can be seen in "White Nights," the new Columbia film in which she stars with Mikhail Baryshnikov and Gregory Hines. She plays the Russian wife of Hines, an American defector in the Soviet Union. "White Nights" opens Friday in Salina. Rossellini, 33, daughter of the late Miss Bergman and Italian filmmaker Roberto Rossellini, first came to Hollywood as a 20-year-old television journalist from Rome. She and twin sister, Ingrid, were born in 1952 when the sensation of their parents' romance was still front-page news everywhere. Bergman left her husband, Peter Lindstrom, for Rossellini at the height of her Hollywood career. Even though her parents divorced when she was 5, the family remained close. Rossellini, who remarried and had more children, lived across the street from Bergman's house. "We grew up having two homes, ours and father's," Rossellini said. "We played during the day at father's house, but we slept across the street. There were seven children, and sometimes we had to shut up while father was having meetings about his new films. It could be wild at times, with ping-pong and other games and a variety of dogs and cats. I adopted every stray cat I could find." Rossellini's childhood was interrupted at 13 when she was stricken with scoliosis, a spine ailment. She spent much of the next two years in a body cast. After recovering, she worked in the costume department for her father's fUrns. "But I never thought about acting," she remarked. "Not because I was reluctant to follow my mother. I went into other professions and was successful. First I was a journalist in Italian television, talking to comedians and doing offbeat interviews for a show called "The Other Sunday,' which was something like 'Saturday Night Live.' I did that for 3% years and enjoyed it immensely. "Then a friend started a photo agency and asked me if I'd like to have my picture taken by Bruce Weber. I said sure; it was a compliment to pose for a famous photographer. That led to a Vogue cover, and suddenly at the age of 28, when most modeling careers are over, I had a new career. It was like winning the lottery." Married to New York model Jonathan Wiedemann, she became pregnant with her daughter, Elettra- Ingrid,now2. "Since I couldn't very well do modeling, I thought it would be a good time to go to acting school," she said. Her only previous experience had been a few Italian films resulting from the popularity of "The Other Sunday "show. Last year, she heard that Taylor Hackman ("An Officer and a Gentleman") was looking for an actress to play Hines' Russian wife in "White Nights." "Taylor loved my (modeling) pictures, but he was looking for either an American who could play a Russian or an Eastern European actress," Rossellini said. "I said, 'Give me a month to work on the accent, then make a decision.' I went to Columbia University every day to learn how to speak English with a Russian accent." Live in Salina Strings 'n Things, Central High School auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Agnes of God, Salina Community Theatre, 8 p.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. — Ice Station Zebra, WON, Salina Cable Channel 11 Rock Hudson, Ernest Borgnine (1968). A submarine crew bouund for the North Pole wages a desperate struggle against time in order to find a precious piece of Russian satellite film. 7:05 p.m. — The African Queen, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn (1951). 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