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John Taylor Shows Art At Eureka Natural Foods

For September and October, Studio artist John Taylor's drawings are on display at the Eureka Natural Foods Store located on Broadway in Eureka.

Rick Grimes Displays Paintings at Has Beans

Paintings and drawings made by Studio artist Rick Grimes are on view at Has-Beans coffee shop in Old town Eureka for September and October.

Pablo Rahner Has Art Show At Kalos Salon

Pablo Rahner's paintings are being shown for October and November at Kalos Salon and Gallery in Arcata.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Both the drama class and the video workshop use costumes a lot in their productions. Most of the costumes are outlandish conglomerations of what is available. Many include masks and garments made here at The Studio by the performers themselves. Often, though, they need ordinary street clothes and uniforms for the roles they create. Suits and dresses would be nice, jeans and tee shirts not. Interesting hats are welcome as would be some nice shiny black shoes. If anybody out there has nice looking, freshly laundered clothes in fairly good condition that they are no longer wearing, The Studio will put them to good use. Give your donations to John or Angie.

STUDIO DRAMA CLASS PERFORMS "RESPECT YOUR TRASH IN THE REAL WORLD"

        

For September’s Arts Alive, The Studio's Drama Class performed a cabaret with a trash theme to a packed house. The show was called “Respect Your Trash In The Real World”.  It include scenes created by the performers. The performers were Sarah Chamberlin, Betty Kuhnel, Allen Cassidy, Jaimal and Elizabeth Kordes, Amy House, Dawn Wentworth, Lisa Alexander, Ken Waldvogel, Cicely Ames and Mary Galletti.

    

  

 

 

PROGRESS REP0RT ON REUBEN SORENSEN'S PROJECT

For the last two months, Reuben Sorensen has been working with Studio artists in the making of four giant paper mache landscapes. They are more than half way finished. The pieces will be part of a future show at the Cheri Blackerby Gallery. They will also be used as backdrops in a movie using green screened actors.

 

 

 


                    

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