Meadville Tribune

Lifestyles

August 8, 2013

Arts listings from this week's Bravo entertainment guide

(Continued)

MEADVILLE — ARTS FOR EVERYONE: WEEKLY EVENT UPDATE

CAROUSEL CARVING CLASS: Learn the art of carving a carousel horse in the manner of the classic hand-carvers. Beginning the third week of August, there will be an opportunity for a limited number of students to learn the art from George P. Nowack, whose work is recognized internationally. An advanced class will also be offered for students who have taken the beginner’s class. Class size is limited. All classes will take place at the Red Barn Gallery & Studio. More information or to participate: Email gnowack@windstream.net or call 795-6888.

RED BARN GALLERY & STUDIO: ‘I Remember the Face,’ a new exhibit of selected portraits by Ryan Hamilton, now through Sept. 1. Located on the grounds of the Conneaut Lake Bark Park, Foust Road, Conneaut Lake. Featuring the works of more than 24 local and regional artists, including the newest works by A4E participating artists. The venue includes the trails and vistas of the Bark Park. The Red Barn is open on Saturdays or Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. More information: Call 795-6888 or email gnowack@windstream.net.

OPEN STUDIO SPACE: A4E invites local artisans, crafters and hobbyists to join every weekend. Relax beneath the art tent; bring materials and work on one’s creations in the open air location just outside the Red Barn Gallery & Studio. Meet A4E’s artists and enjoy the venue for free. More information: Contact gnowack@windstream.net.

UPCOMING A4E CLASSES: Fly-tying, glass sculpture, spinning and weaving. Fees vary with the class offering. Class size is limited. All classes take place at the Red Bank Gallery & Studio. More information or to participate: Email gnowack@windstream.net or call 795-6888.

MEADVILLE’S HISTORIC MARKET HOUSE: New works by A4E artists now on exhibit at the gallery located on the first floor of the historic Meadville Market House. Selections include more than 20 A4E participating artists including the hand-spun weavings of Judy Hanninen, the crystal glass sculptures by Becky Schellhaas and the recent creations by Jan Werneth, Terry Werneth and Carolyn Nowack. Also included are works by the newest A4E artists Karen Hoagland and Donna Donofrio.

GOODELL GARDENS (EDINBORO): The eighth year of the Homegrown Harvest Festival at Goodell Gardens is Sept. 15 from noon to 5 pm. Setup begins at 10 a.m.; cleanup is by 6 p.m.

CAMPBELL POTTERY: Gary Spinosa’s show ‘Mystical Reality,’ opens on Aug. 10 with a reception from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Stonewall Gallery. He will be showing ‘Shrines,’ ‘Stones,’ sculpture, 2D work and new work. The show runs Aug. 10 through Sept. 8 and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m at Campbell Pottery Store & Gallery, 25579 Plank Road, Cambridge Springs. More information: Call 734-8800 or visit campbellpotterystore.com.

ERIE: ‘Perry 200 Tall Ship Celebration,’ Sept. 6 to 8. Artists and vendors wanted. It is expected that 60 to 75 vendors will be stationed in the Great Hall of the Convention Center where an estimated 70,000 visitors will pass. A great opportunity for any exhibitor to be a part of this momentous occasion. More information: Visit flagshipniagara.org or call (814) 452-2744, ext. 208.

RALPH MILLER JEWELERS AND GALLERY: New spring works by RMJ jewelry artists Carrie and Liza Magee, Sally Griffin, Janice and Daniel Niebauer, plus oil paintings by Diane Wentzel Pierce, watercolors by Sally Griffin and ‘The Seasons’ in ceramics by Palm Springs, Calif., artist Greg Lee Carlson. Also, A4E artists George Nowack, Terry Werneth, Jan Werneth and Rebecca Schellhass. The ‘RMJ Accolade Projects’ just completed, including works for the Erie Diocese Bishop Lawrence T. Persico. More information: Call (888) RMJ-DIAS or visit ralphmillerjewelers.com.

TITUSVILLE OIL FESTIVAL: Aug. 9 and 10 with parade Aug. 10 at 11 a.m. and fireworks on at dusk. Arts and crafts, vendors, flea market, auction, live music, brew festival, family activities, 5K race in downtown Titusville. Vendors wanted. More information: Call (814) 827-2941 or visit TitusvilleChamber.com.

BARK PARK VENDOR OPPORTUNITIES: Fall Festival and Geert’s Canine Cancer Walk — cost for this event is $25. Exact times not yet decided. Will include testing for therapy dog, pawcasso dog paw painting, grooming booths, costume contest, fun activities, proceeds benefit Canine Partner’s for Life Service Dogs. Also, United Belgian Shepherd Association Trials — Sept. 27 to 29. Cost for this three-day event is $50. Same set-up as Tamarack Trials in July. More information: Visit conneautlakebarkpark.com.

Text Only
Lifestyles
  • web_starbucks-cof_big_ce.jpg Starbucks sees more Apple-like stores after Colombia debut

    This week Starbucks opened its first location in Colombia — a 2,700-square-foot store with a heated patio, concrete columns, mirrors on the ceiling and walls of colorful plants.

    July 17, 2014 1 Photo

  • Are America's biggest alcohol brands targeting the country's underage youth?

    Underage drinkers - those between the ages of 18 and 20, most specifically - are more heavily exposed to printed alcohol advertisements than any other age group, according to a new study. And it's America's biggest booze companies that could be to blame.

    July 10, 2014

  • How professors are using Facebook to teach

    Technology is an established part of the lives of students. But university lecturers are becoming increasingly frustrated at how they must compete with tablets and laptops for students' attention in the lecture hall.

    July 10, 2014

  • Why does the Vatican need a bank?

    The Vatican Bank's history reads more like Dan Brown than the financial pages, but its worst -- and weirdest -- days may be behind it.

    July 10, 2014

  • Careful planning is the key to a successful Mother’s Day visit

    Are you planning to visit your mom at a senior living residence for Mother’s Day? Are you wondering what you should do or what you should bring? Our experience may provide you with some valuable insight.

    May 10, 2014

  • Which foods are the worst for the environment?

    As with most arguments about our food supply, though, it's not that simple. Although beef is always climatically costly, pork or chicken can be a better choice than broccoli, calorie for calorie.

    March 12, 2014

  • Old Spice attracting women in gender-bending win for P&G

    Young women are embracing Old Spice - long known as the brand dad kept in the medicine cabinet - even as P&G's marketing continues to focus on their male peers.

    March 12, 2014

  • news_planesearch.jpg Missing Malaysian jetliner confuses a world that's online 24/7

    The disappearance five days ago of a Malaysian Airline Systems Bhd. aircraft with 239 people on board is confounding search teams and a global audience used to around-the-clock connectivity and real-time updates.

    March 12, 2014 1 Photo

  • news_nycexplosion.jpg VIDEO: Aftermath of NYC building collapse

    Footage from the New York Daily News shows firefighters responding to a building collapse at East 116th Street and Park Avenue in Harlem. At least 11 minor injuries had been reported late Wednesday morning.

    March 12, 2014 1 Photo

  • news_google.jpg First Apple, now Google hit with kids' app lawsuit

    Last month, 4- and 5-year-old brothers in New York quickly spent $65.95 in real money to buy virtual goods in Marvel's Run Jump Splash game on the family tablet. They were able to rack up the charges without entering a password. And for that, the boys' mother has joined a class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday against Google, accusing the company of deceiving consumers about its in-app purchase system, which critics say makes it too easy for kids to spend money on their Android devices.

    March 12, 2014 1 Photo

Business Marquee
AP Video
Raw: Families Travel to Taiwan Plane Crash Site Arizona Execution Takes Almost Two Hours Gen. Odierno Discusses Ukraine, NATO at Forum Gaza Fighting Rages Amid Cease-Fire Efforts Mint Gives JFK Coin a Face-lift Creative Makeovers for Ugly Cellphone Towers Ariz. Inmate Dies 2 Hours After Execution Began Crash Kills Teen Pilot Seeking World Record LeBron James Sends Apology Treat to Neighbors Raw: Funeral for Man Who Died in NYPD Custody Migrants Back in Honduras After US Deports Israeli American Reservist Torn Over Return Raw: ISS Cargo Ship Launches in Kazakhstan Six Indicted in StubHub Hacking Scheme Former NTSB Official: FAA Ban 'prudent' EPA Gets Hip With Kardashian Tweet Bodies of MH17 Victims Arrive in the Netherlands Biden Decries Voting Restrictions in NAACP Talk Broncos Owner Steps Down Due to Alzheimer's US, UN Push Shuttle Diplomacy in Mideast
Hyperlocal Search
Premier Guide
Find a business

Walking Fingers
Maps, Menus, Store hours, Coupons, and more...
Premier Guide
Stocks