Don Collins has been thinking a lot about Robert Graves lately. He can relate to the man. Collins is in his 28th year teaching art in the Wenatchee School District. Graves taught art at Wenatchee Valley College for 32 years. Both men grew up in Spokane. They even lived in the same apartment complex here in town. On Saturday, Collins will whiten his hair, don a paint-spattered flannel shirt and do his best to actually become Graves as part of the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center’s “People of Our ...
LOS ANGELES — When “Boyhood” premiered at Sundance over a year ago, few would have predicted its strong domination of the precursor races. But “Birdman” snagged the PGA, DGA and SAG ensemble prizes and “American Sniper” is burning up the box office. So anything could happen when the envelopes are opened Sunday.
Make Studio in Chelan will host an event called the “Body Love, Body Art Project” Friday night. Several local artists have created mixed media art pieces out of discarded old mannequins. The result, according to gallery owner Rose Weagant Olcott, creates “a window into the artists’ body perceptions. ... It’s a very vulnerable position, to offer a representation of the body to the public. That’s where the artistic stylization comes into play.”
The Numerica Performing Arts Center announces the cast for the 2015 Hot August Nights performance, “Cabaret,” sponsored by Avalon Music, Hodgson’s Home Care adult family home, Nick McLean Real Estate Group, North 40 Productions, and Tom K. Michael, D.D.S., P.S. The lead roles will be played by: