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Art in the Community

January 19, 2018

We recently sat down with one of the artists who participated in the Greenfield Recreation Department's inspirational project to put design in unexpected places.

Reminder: Film Festival Tonight!

Adapted from a Skolnick Films/Dead Henchmen Productions press release:

The public is invited to the Greenfield Garden Cinemas at 7PM when filmmakers from all over New England will be screening their work for one night only!  Tickets will be available at the door and are $9 each for adults, $8 each for seniors and military.  Due to the graphic nature of some of the films, younger audiences are discouraged from attending.

PVB Presents Aladdin and his Magic Lamp

Adapted from a Pioneer Valley Ballet (PVB) press release:

The story of Aladdin and his Magic Lamp, based on the original tale from One Thousand and One Nights, comes to life this weekend with an original performance by Pioneer Valley Ballet.  Colorful characters and spell-bounding choreography will take audience members on a magical ride through a land brimming with genies, dreams, love, and adventure.

Kids! Audition for "Aladdin and his Magic Lamp"!

Adapted from a Pioneer Valley Ballet press release:

Children 4.5 – 12 years old are invited to attend Pioneer Valley Ballet's auditions for Aladdin and his Magic Lamp on January 10, 2015.  In this production, colorful characters and spell-bounding choreography will take audience members on a magical ride through a land brimming with genies, dreams, love, and adventure.  Available roles include bluebirds, flowers, canaries, bats, spiders, and children of the palace.

Art Show & Poetry Reading at the RLC

Adapted from a Western Massachusetts Recovery Learning Community (RLC) press release:

As part of its Peer Art Series, "Life Systems", The Western Massachusetts Recovery Learning Community (RLC) will host an opening for its latest exhibit, "The Linens Project" featuring local artist Laura Gail Grohe, on Friday, March 7th, from 6PM to 8PM at the RLC's Greenfield Center (74 Federal Street).

Audition for “Beauty & The Beast” Saturday

Adapted from a Pioneer Valley Ballet press release:

Children 4.5 – 12 years old are invited to attend Pioneer Valley Ballet's auditions for "Beauty & The Beast" tomorrow, January 4, 2014.  A moving ballet based on the fairy tale by the Brothers’ Grimm, "Beauty & The Beast" follows the story of a young woman who discovers the true meaning of love in an unexpected place. Full of whimsy and magic, this production's original choreography was created by Pioneer Valley Ballet’s Artistic Directors, Maryanne Kodzis and Thomas Vacanti.

Deadline Approaches for 01301 Art Show

Adapted from a Greenfield Local Cultural Council press release:

The Greenfield Local Cultural Council is reminding artists that the deadline for its second juried art show, “01301: Photos of Greenfield” is fast approaching. Photographers of all ages are encouraged to enter by December 31st. The only requirement is that photographs are of Greenfield. There is no entry fee and prizes will be awarded.  Applications are available at Greenfield Town Hall, the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, and online.

PVB Celebrates 35 Years of The Nutcracker

Adapted from a Pioneer Valley Ballet press release:

Pioneer Valley Ballet is a non-profit mission-based organization founded in 1972. Its mission is to provide pre-professional training and performance experience to dedicated young dancers, and to bring high quality dance performances to the community.  Programming includes year-round training opportunities for both casual and dedicated young dancers, two annual productions (including "The Nutcracker") with student, community, and professional dancers, and extensive dance outreach to the community.

Reminder: Youth Orchestra Auditions Next Month

Adapted from a Pioneer Valley Symphony (PVS) press release:

The Pioneer Valley Symphony Youth Orchestra is holding auditions for student musicians on Saturday, September 8th, and Wednesday, September, 11th.  These are open auditions for winds, brass, percussion, and strings and students from elementary through high school are welcome to audition.

Creative Economy Live!---UPDATED 3/21/13

For the first time, several Creative Economy Summit (CES) sessions will be streamed live on www.gctv.org!  Greenfield Community Television will once again be filming many of the event’s "art meets business" workshops for future viewing online, and on Cable Channel 15, but this year you’ll be able watch a few of them as they happen---even if you can’t make it to Turners Falls this weekend.

Be sure to check our homepage beginning at 9:15am on Friday for the Opening Plenary, “What’s in it for Me?”  Afterwards, we’ll be streaming one of the workshops in each of the sessions at 11am, 2pm, and 3:30pm and again on Saturday at 10:30am, 1:45pm, and 3:15pm.  We’re really excited about this advancement in our coverage and hope you will be too.

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