The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 9, 1997 · Page 27
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THE SALINA JOURNAL encore! FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1997 D3 Postcard artwork to be on display Exhibition featuring 26 pieces to open next week at Bluestem The latest series of artwork from the Kansas Artists Postcard project will be featured in a special touring exhibit at the Bluestem Gallery, 117 S. Santa Fe, from Tuesday through May 26. The postcard exhibit will be displayed along with the gallery's "Ying Yang" show. Gallery hours are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. A project of the Association of Community Arts Agencies of Kansas, the exhibit showcases 26 winning pieces of the Series XIX competition, juried last summer. All are two-dimensional original works the size of a postcard. Sixteen winning works have been art ExMbtt reproduced into a set of postcards. The remaining 10 pieces join these 16 for inclusion in the touring exhibit. This exhibit is being brought tooSalina through the sponsoring efforts of the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission and its project, the Smoky Hill River Festival. The commission and festival have sponsored works by Ann Carter of Manhattan titled "When Harvey Met Shirley" and Gordon Sherman of Mound City titled "A Whazmine Rocking the Boat." Other artists featured in the series are Lynda Andrus, Diane Dollar, Margo Kren, Raeford W. Lewis, all of Manhattan; Ryan Biesner, Robert Terrill, Kathleen Kuchar, Michael Florian Jilg, all of Hays; Erika Binns, Jane Fortun, both of Lawrence; and Opal Baker, Newton. For information about the exhibit or to purchase postcards, drop by or call the Bluestem Gallery at 826-9816 or call the Association of Community Arts Agencies of Kansas at 825-2700. Ann Carter of Manhattan submitted "When Harvey Met Shirley." "A Whazmine Rocking the Boat" is a work by Gordon Sherman of Mound City. Charity profits from cold sore The Associated Press OMAHA, Neb. - A cold sore never looked that good. Rosie O'Donnell collected $30,000 Tuesday for her favorite charity, thanks to her "temporary loss of lips or limbs protection" insurance policy from Mutual of Omaha. Jim Fowler, host of Mutual of Omaha's "Wild Kingdom" TV program, showed up at a tailing of "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" to deliver the check that will go to "For All Kids," a fund set up by O'Donnell for disadvantaged children. The show was to air today. The company offered O'Donnell a $10,000 "kissability" insurance policy last month, payable in the event she was unable to kiss her guests. O'Donnell announced Monday that she had the cold sore and would file a claim. The payment was tripled for the children's charity. Music Folk musicians to play today at Art a la Carte Two folk musicians known for their light-hearted look at the Western frontier will be the featured act at today's Art a la Carte. The half-hour, free performance begins at 12:20 p.m. at Campbell Plaza in the 100 block of South Santa Fe. In bad weather, the performance will be in the Memorial Hall lobby. Kelly and Diana Werts bring history to life through their vocal harmonies complemented by fiddle, guitar and accordion, while distant British influences are evident in their ballads. Art a la Carte is sponsored by the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission. Central students plan PQps Concert, dinner The Salina Central High School vocal department will have its annual Pops Concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday on the Oakdale Stage. The concert is free. A chicken dinner at 6 p.m. will precede the concert. Tickets for the dinner are $5 a person and can be purchased through Central vocal students or by calling Tony Claus at 826-4751 during school hours. Sunset students to present musical play Sixth-graders at Sunset Elementary School, 1510 W. Republic; will present their annual honor night musical performance at 7 p.m. Monday. The students will perform "The Upside of Down," a musical play by J. Gallina encouraging youngsters to say no drugs and yes to life. Janice Krause, music instructor at the school, is the director. Bennington, Tescott bands to perform BENNINGTON — The Bennington and Tescott high school bands will perform Tuesday. The concert will be in the south gymnasium at 7 p.m. The schools' stage bands and a guest artist will perform a variety of musical selections. Admission is free. Orchestra to present concert in Lindsborg LINDSBORG — The Bethany College-Lindsborg Community Orchestra will present a spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Presser Hall Auditorium on the Bethany College campus. The concert, directed by David Arnott, assistant professor of music, includes the "Overture to La forza del destino" by Giuseppe Verdi, the "Spanish Dance" from the brief two-act opera "La vida breve" by Manuel de Falla and the "Symphony No. 104" by Franz Joseph Haydn. There is no admission charge. IVMOWN^HMPW^V Enrollment is open for youth theater workshop Limited space is available for Students to perform at Spring Strings! The 21st annual Spring Strings! elementary orchestra concert will be 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Salina Central High School gymnasium, 650 E. Crawford. About 132 string students from Whittier-Bartlett, Heusner, Lowell, Meadowlark Ridge and Oakdale schools will participate. Susan Higbee, middle and high school orchestra instructor, will conduct the group. The concert will begin with a march, "Strings on Parade," accompanied by Central sophomore pianist Adam Hulstine. Other musical numbers will include "Perpetual Motion," composed by Japanese violinist Dr. Suzuki; an Isaac arrangement of Haydn's "Surprise Symphony"; Leroy Anderson's "Plink Plank Plunk"; and the hoedown "Fiddle Fiddle Fiddle," which will feature several student solos. The program will close with the theme from "Star Wars" and a Higbee arrangement of "Wipeout." Bethany College freshman Aaron Peck will be the solo percussionist, and Gayle McMillen, Roosevelt-Lincoln Middle School band director, will be the guest piano soloist. The concert is free. Three Whittier-Barlett Elementary School students — Elaine York, Micah Lewis and Torie Stout — are among the orchestra students who will play at the concert. Effective as of Monday, May 12th, the Central Mall Cinema 4 will be closed temporarily due to expansion and remodeling. The date for the Grand Re- Opening of the Central Mall Cinema will be announced shortly. Thank you for your support and cooperation. THEATRES Microcosmos "Miraculous" Times: '•' Tlmrs. 6:00 7:00 Fit 5:00 7:00 9:00 Sat. 2:00 3:30 5:00 7:00 »:(XT Sun. 2:00 3:30 5:00 7:00 Rated G Regular Price $19.95 Our Price $ 13.96 Downtown News & Books 204 S. Santa Fe Carroll's Books • Music • Video Mid-State Plaza The Pied Piper Project, a summer youth theater workshop for students in grades 4-7. The workshop is sponsored by Salina Community Theatre and Salina Arts and Humanities Commission. The Pied Piper Project is a mini-day camp led by professional children's theater actor Jason Ware. Participants will add their own creative elements to the familiar Pied Piper story and then perform their presentation as a roving act for the Smoky Hill River Festival. Beginning June 2, the workshop will be in session for two weeks from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students also will be expected to participate in three performances each day of the festival, June 1315. The workshop fee is $20, and scholarships are available for those unable to pay. To enroll a student, stop by the theater at 303 E. Iron or call 8276126. Because of limited enrollment, participants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Shop (he \ . -.of IK)N LOADKR 1MKR10RS Class Night planned at Chapman High CHAPMAN — Skits and music are planned Saturday for the 71st annual Class Night at Chapman High School. The performances, which begin at 8 p.m., will feature a cow-tipping skit and the Concert Choir will perform "Trouble" from the musical "The Music Man." Tickets are $3 in advance and $4 at the door. Salina artist to display works in Lincoln LINCOLN — Salina artist Joyce Fent will share several of her monotypes during an exhibit during the next two months at the Lincoln Art Center. The opening reception for the exhibit, "Monotypes, Painterly Prints," will be from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday. Fent will be on hand. Fent is a free-lance artist whose work has been shown throughout the state. She has had several works selected for the Kansas Artist Postcard Series. The show will open Saturday and run through June 28. The gallery hours are 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. 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