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KRFP Arts and Events Calendar 2-8-2012
maree | February 8, 2012 | 2:23 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

2-8-2012 KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR

Check out the Local Art shows:

Third Street Gallery’s Arts and Travel Show continues with a gallery reception Wednesday, February 22 from 5pm – 7pm featuring an Artist Talk by Matthew Brehm Associate Professor at the University of Idaho College of Art & Architecture. Third Street Gallery is located at 206 E. Third Street, hours are M-F 8-5 pm.

Visit Winter Hallway Show at the 1912 Center . This show provides an interactive and interesting exhibit by local artists for the whole family.

Gritman Medical Center is showcasing Kendrick –Julietta Arts Committee and Friends in the Conference Center at Gritman located at 700 S. Main St.

On February15th Mayor Nancy Chaney will present a “State of the City “ address at noon at the University Inn Best Western. This presentation is sponsored by the Moscow League of Women Voters and is open to the public.

The WSU school of Music University Singers will sing and narrate the story of the American Civil Rights movement in a performance “Singing for Justice” on Thursday February 16th at 8PM in Bryan Hall Theater on WSU” campus. Gospel recording artist Marilyn Keller will join the University Singers in this free performance. Call 509-335-7186 for more information.

Palouse Folklore Society presents auto-harp master Bryan Bowers in a special Concert at 3p.m. Sunday, February 19th at the 1912 Center. Tickets available at the door.

The 45th Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival happens February 22nd through the 25th on the University of Idaho campus. This world class festival offers workshops and performances. Go to uidaho.edu/jazzfest for schedules and tickets.

Free Ballroom Dance Workshops are sponsored by Gritman Medical Center on Wednesday, February 22nd . At 3:15 learn Salsa with Patrick Barnes and at 4:30 do the American Foxtrot with Katelyn Parenti. The workshops are free, no experience is necessary, bring a partner or come solo to the Martin Wellness Center at 510 Palouse River Drive. No pre-registration is necessary; for more information contact Odette Engan at 883-9605.

Mark your calendars for KRFP’s HIGH POWER Mardi Gras Event

Join KRFP Deejays on Saturday March 3rd for dinner, drinks, dancing and silent auction .

7 P.M. at the American Legion Cabin on South Howard.

Purchase your tickets on line now at the KRFP website!

Support your community radio station to go High Power!

Mark your calendars for KRFP’s HIGH POWER Mardi Gras Event

Join KRFP Deejays on Saturday March 3rd for dinner, drinks, dancing and silent auction .

7 P.M. at the American Legion Cabin on South Howard.

Purchase your tickets on line now at the KRFP website!

Support your community radio station to go High Power!

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You can find a recording and transcript of the KRFP Arts and Events calendar at krfp.org; click on Arts and Culture link. If you would like to have your non-profit event included email your information to arts@krfp.org.

    Arts and Events Calendar 2-1-2012
    maree | February 1, 2012 | 4:50 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

    KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 2-1-2012

    Third Street Gallery Arts and Travel Show opens February 3rd and runs through March 23rd.The gallery reception is Wednesday, February 22 from 5pm – 7pm.Third Street Gallery is located at 206 E. Third Street, Moscow, hours are M-F 8-5 pm.

    1912 Center Winter Hallway Show “This and That” will open February 3rd from 5 to 7 p.m. Bring the whole family to enjoy free food, music and guess what each artist has chosen to feature. The 1912 Center is on Third Street across from Moscow High School.

    There is an exhibit of Kendrick –Julietta Arts Committee and Friends at Gritman Medical Center Opening on Friday, February 3rd with a reception from 4- 6 p.m. in the Conference Center at Gritman.

    The Prichard Gallery is holding their Biennial Benefit Auction February 11th . It is one of the major fundraising events of Friends of Prichard Art Gallery and supports the exhibition and educational programs of the gallery.

    The Palouse Women Artists “Shrine” show is currently on display at Bloom Restaurant, Bloom is located on Friendship Square in Downtown Moscow.

    The University of Idaho Women’s Center will present its 2012 production of Eve Ensler’s Vagina Monologues on February 2, 3 and 4th at Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre at 7PM in Downtown Moscow . The script for this year’s play features a brand-new monologue to raise awareness of the violence perpetrated against three communities of women and girls in Haiti, The Democratic Republic of Congo and post-Katrina New Orleans. Proceeds from the play will go to Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse, the Women’s Center, and global V-Day projects . Tickets may be purchased in advance for $10 at the University of Idaho Women’s Center and at Eclectica located at 221 E Third Street. $15 at the door night of performance. For more information contact the Women’s Center at (208) 885-6616 or wcenter@uidaho.edu.

    The Moscow League of Women Voters continue their weekly presentations Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. On February 8th Margrit Von Braun will present “Terragraphics Cleanup of the Lead Poisoning Epidemic in Zamfara, Nigeria”, in the Fiske Room at the 1912 Center. On February 15 th Mayor Nancy Chaney will give the “State of the City Address” at the University Inn Best Western. The public is welcome to attend

    Experience a spectacular display of flying fingers as more than 30 virtuoso pianists, faculty, students and community piano teachers perform on six pianos. The Lionel Hampton School of Music’s 2012 Piano Bash: “Flying Fingers” will take you on a rousing musical journey. Saturday, February 4, 7:30 – 11pm and Sunday, February 5, from 3 – 7pm at Haddock Performance Hall – Music Building 222. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the School of Music office or at the door.

    Palouse Folklore Society presents auto-harp master Bryan Bowers in a special Concert at 3p.m. Sunday, February 19th at the 1912 Center. Tickets available at the door.

    You can find a recording and transcript of the KRFP Arts and Events calendar at krfp.org. If you would like to have your non-profit event included email arts@krfp.org.


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      KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 1-25-2012
      maree | January 25, 2012 | 11:07 am | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

      KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 1-25-2012
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      Call for artists: The 1912 Center and Heart of the Arts theme for the Winter Hallway Show is “This and That”. Original pieces of art will be accepted at the 1912 Center on January 30th. For more information call 208-669-2249 or go to 1912center.org. This show will open with a fun family event on February 3rd.

      The Dahmen Barn in Uniontown, Washington is looking for artists who work with found objects for the 6th Annual Art Demonstration Day April 14th . The theme will be art from found or repurposed materials of any type, decorative or functional. Artists will be onsite to exhibit and demonstrate their work. Contact Leslee Miller at info@artisanbarn.org or call 509-229-3655.

      The Moscow League of Women Voters continue their weekly presentations Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. in the Fiske Room at the 1912 Center. February 1st University of Idaho Child Development Laboratory Director Suzanne Planck will discuss the “Willow Center” a new grief and loss group for children and families on the Palouse. February 8th Margrit Von Braun will present “Terragraphics Cleanup of the Lead Poisoning Epidemic in Zamfara, Nigeria”. The public is welcome to attend.

      Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest has several important events coming up.

      January 28th join Planned Parenthood and Add the Words Idaho Campaign in a statewide day of action to support an amendment to the Idaho Human Rights Act. This amendment would include protection against discrimination in areas of employment, housing, education and public accommodation. Rallies and vigils are planned.

      February 20th is Reproductive Health and Rights Lobby Day and you can participate as a citizen lobbyist; Planned Parenthood will provide the training you need to make your voice effectively heard to our elected officials in Boise.

      To sign up or for more information contact Jennifer Whitney, North Idaho Field Organizer of Planned Parenthood votes Northwest at 509-241-4301 or email jennifer.whitney@ppvotesnw.org

      The next Washington Idaho Symphony concert performance “Red White and Blue” is Saturday January 28th at 7:30 p.m. in the Gladdish Center in Pullman, Washington. This concert features work from composer in residence Ryan Hare, as well as Aaron Copeland and Young Artist Competition Winners. You can also enjoy this performance on Sunday January 29th at 3p.m. at Clarkston High School. For ticket information go to idahowashingtonsymphony.org

      The 45th Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival happens February 22nd through the 25th on the University of Idaho campus. Volunteers are needed to help with the festival; if interested email jazzvolunteer@uidaho.edu. Ticket information for the Jazz Festival call 208-885-7212 or email tickets@uidaho.edu.

      If you have events for your non-profit that you would like to add to the KRFP calendar email your information to arts@krfp.org. You can listen to this update again by going to our website radiofreemoscow.org


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        ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 1-18-2012
        maree | January 18, 2012 | 3:39 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

        The 1912 Center and Heart of the Arts, Inc theme for the 2012 Winter Hallway Show is “This and That”. Original pieces of art that feature something that goes with something else will be accepted at the 1912 Center on January 30th. For more information call 208-669-2249 or go to www.1912center.org. This show will open with a fun family event on February 3rd.

        The theme for the Arts and Travel Exhibit sponsored by the City of Moscow and The Moscow Arts Commission is “Travel destinations near and far”. Original work in painting, photography and drawing or sketch will be considered. Applications are due January 23rd and may be picked up at Moscow City Hall or email djscallorn@ci.moscow.id.us The show will begin February 3rd and run through March 23rd.

        The Auditorium Chamber Music Series presents the Ying Quartet January 26th at 7:30 p.m. in the University of Idaho Administration Auditorium. Tickets may be purchased at the Prichard Gallery in downtown Moscow or online at auditoriumchamermusic.org

        The Moscow League of Women Voters continue their weekly presentations Wednesday s from noon to 1 p.m. in the Fiske Room at the 1912 Center. The topic for January 25th will be “Low Income Housing” presented by John Meyers, HUD Field Office Director. February 1st University of Idaho Child Development Laboratory Director Suzanne Planck will discuss the “Willow Center” a new grief and loss group for children and families on the Palouse. Guests are welcome to attend.

        Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest has several important events coming up.

        Phone bank volunteers are needed on January 19th, 24th and 25th.

        January 28th join Planned Parenthood and Add the Words Idaho Campaign in a statewide day of action to support an amendment to the Idaho Human Rights Act. This amendment would include protection against discrimination in areas of employment, housing, education and public accommodation. Rallies and vigils are planned.

        February 20th is Reproductive health and Rights Lobby Day and you can participate as a citizen lobbyist; Planned Parenthood will provide the training you need to make your voice effectively heard to our elected officials in Boise.

        To sign up or for more information contact Jennifer Whitney, North Idaho Field Organizer of Planned Parenthood votes Northwest at 509-241-4301 or email jennifer.whitney@ppvotesnw.org

        Heart of the Arts Winter Market is happening this Saturday January 21st form 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the 1912 Center. The market will feature arts and crafts vendors, food items for lunch, and a free children’s art activity. Be sure to stop by the KRFP booth while at this Saturday’s Market.

        IF YOU HAVE EVENTS FOR YOUR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD TO THE KRFP CALENDAR EMAIL YOUR INFORMATION TO ARTS@KRFP.ORG



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          KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 1-11-2012
          maree | January 11, 2012 | 12:52 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

          KRFP ART AND EVENTS UPDATE 1-11-2012


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          BE SURE TO GET YOUR TICKETS FOR THE ANNUAL MARTIN LUTHER KING HUMAN RIGHTS COMMUNITY BREAKFAST..

          THE BREAKFAST SPONSORED BY THE LATAH COUNTY HUMAN RIGHTS TASK FORCE IS AT 9 A.M. THIS SATURDAY JANUARY 14TH AT THE MOSCOW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL . TICKETS ARE 8$ FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND $4 FOR STUDENTS AND MAY BE PURCHASED AT PARADISE RIDGE CD’S LOCATED AT 117 East 3rd St. MANY SPECIAL ACTIVITIES ARE PLANNED.

          THE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS FOR THIS YEARS EVENT ARE AMERICAN FREEDOM RIDERS HELEN AND ROBERT SINGLETON.

          THE CITY OF MOSCOW AND MOSCOW ARTS COMMISSION ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FROM LOCAL AND REGIONAL ARTISTS FOR THE ARTS AND TRAVEL EXHIBIT. THE THEME IS TRAVEL DESTINATIONS (BOTH NEAR AND FAR) . THE SHOW WILL BEGIN FEBRUARY 3RD, AND RUN THROUGH MARCH 23RD. ORIGINAL WORK IN PAINTING, PHOTOGRAPHY AND DRAWING OR SKETCH WILL BE CONSIDERATION FOR ENTRY. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE JANUARY 23RD AND MAY BE PICKED UP AT MOSCOW CITY HALL OR EMAIL DJSCALLOLRN@CI.MOSCOW.ID.US

          FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 208-883-7036.

          THE AUDITORIUM CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES PRESENTS THE YING QUARTET THURSDAY JANUARY 26TH AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ADMINISTRATION AUDITORIUM.

          TICKETS ARE $20 GENERAL ADMISSION, 17$ FOR SENIORS AND $10 FOR STUDENTS AND MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE PRICHARD GALLERY IN DOWNTOWN MOSCOW OR ON-LINE AT AUDITORIUMCHAMBERMUSIC.ORG.

          THE LEWIS AND CLARK STATE COLLEGE CENTER FOR ARTS AND HISTORY LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 5TH AND MAIN IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN LEWISTON WILL OPEN THEIR CURRENT SHOW THIS FRIDAY JANUARY 13TH WITH A RECEPTION FROM 4 TO 7 PM. THREE EXHIBITS ARE FEATURED : DOUG DAVIDSON: THE FACE OF PERU; LUDMILLA PAREZ SASKOVA: THE GOOD GIRL, AND KARRI DIEKEN: CONVERSATIONS IN A SEA OF LAND. THIS SHOW WILL RUN THROUGH APRIL 6TH.

          ADMISSION TO THE CENTER FOR ARTS AND HISTORY IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FROM 11 AM TO 4 PM THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY.

          PALOUSE WOMEN ARTISTS HAVE A GROUP SHOW OF “ARTFUL ACCESSORIES” CURRENTLY AT THE DAHMEN BARN AT 419 N. PARKWAY, IN UNIONTOWN, WASHINGTON. HOURS ARE 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY. THIS SHOW RUNS THROUGH JANUARY 29TH. PALOUSE WOMEN ARTISTS INVITE LOCAL WOMEN WHO HAVE AN ENTHUSIASM FOR MAKING ART TO JOIN THEM FOR THEIR MONTHLY MEETINGS THE THIRD SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH AT RED DOOR GNOSH IN DOWNTOWN MOSCOW. SOCIAL HOUR FROM 5 – 6 PM FOLLOWED BY A BRIEF MEETING AND PRESENTATION.

          IF YOU HAVE EVENTS FOR YOUR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD TO THE KRFP CALENDAR EMAIL YOUR INFORMATION TO ARTS@KRFP.ORG

            ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 1-4-2012
            maree | January 4, 2012 | 4:10 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

            KRFP COMMUNITY ARTS AND EVENT JANUARY 4th 2011

            THIS IS MAREE MCHUGH WITH THE KRFP ARTS AND EVENT CALENDAR.

            JOIN THE LATAH COUNTY HUMAN RIGHTS TASK FORCE FOR THEIR ANNUAL MARTIN LUTHER KING HUMAN RIGHTS COMMUNITY BREAKFAST ON SATURDAY JANUARY 14TH AT THE MOSCOW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL . THE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS FOR THIS YEARS BREAKFAST WILL BE CIVIL RIGHTS FREEDOM RIDERS HELEN AND ROBERT SINGLETON. ROSA PARKS HUMAN RIGHTS ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS WILL BE PRESENTED, THE MOSCOW HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB WILL PERFORM, AND OTHER SPECIAL ACTIVITIES ARE PLANNED TO CELEBRATE THIS YEARS EVENT .

            BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED AT 9 A.M. TICKETS ARE 8$ FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND $4 FOR STUDENTS AND MAY BE PURCHASED AT PARADISE RIDGE CD’S LOCATED AT 117 East 3rd St.

            PLAN TO GET YOUR TICKETS SOON AS THIS EVENT ALWAYS SELLS OUT QUICKLY.

            THE PRICHARD GALLERY’S ANNUAL FACULTY ART EXHIBIT CONTINUES THROUGH JANUARY 22ND.  PRICHARD GALLERY IS LOCATED AT 416 S. MAIN ST AND IS OPEN TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 8 P.M. AND ON SUNDAYS FROM 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M.

            THE AUDITORIUM CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES PRESENTS THE YING QUARTET THURSDAY JANUARY 26TH AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ADMINISTRATION BUILDING AUDITORIUM.

            TICKETS ARE $20 GENERAL ADMISSION, 17$ FOR SENIORS AND $10 FOR STUDENTS AND MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE PRICHARD GALLERY IN DOWNTOWN MOSCOW OR ON-LINE AT AUDITORIUMCHAMBERMUSIC.ORG.

            THE 10TH ANUAL WINTER SOLSTICE EXHIBIT CONTINUES AT THE THIRD STREET GALLERY THROUGH JANUARY 22ND. THE GALLERY IS LOCATED IN MOSOCW CITY HALL AT 206 E THIRD STREET AND IS OPEN MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FROM 8 A.M. TI L5 P.M.

            THE LEWIS AND CLARK STATE COLLEGE CENTER FOR ARTS AND HISTORY LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 5TH AND MAIN IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN LEWISTON HAS SEVERAL SHOWS OPENING JANUARY 13TH AND CONTINUING THROUGH APRIL 6TH.,

            DOUG DAVIDSON: THE FACE OF PERU; LUDMILLA PAREZ SASKOVA: THE GOOD GIRL, AND KARRI DIEKEN: CONVERSATIONS IN A SEA OF LAND. OPENING RECEPTION FOR THIS EXHIBITION OF VIDEO, PHOTOGRAPHY AND INSTALLATION OF PRINTED MIXED MEDIA WILL BE JANUARY 13TH FROM 4 TO 7 PM.

            MAYA LIN’S “CONFLUENCE PROJECT: REIMAGINAING THE COLUMBIA RIVER “CONTINUES THROUGH FEBRUARY 10TH.

            ADMISSION TO THE CENTER FOR ARTS AND HISTORY IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FROM 11 AM TO 4 PM THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY.

            IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE YOUR NON-PROFIT ARTS OR SOCIAL EVENT ADDED TO THE KRFP CALENDAR EMAIL YOUR INFORMATION TO

            ARTS@ KRFP.ORG


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              Moscow City Arts Update 12-7-2011
              maree | December 7, 2011 | 3:25 pm | Arts & Culture | No comments

              12-7-2011 City Arts Update -Robin Ohlgren , Moscow Arts Commission

              The 10th annual Winter Solstice Exhibit opens on Thursday, December 8th at Third Street Gallery.  A coffee reception and artist talk with Bill Voxman will take place Friday, December 9th, from 9AM -10 AM.  Third Street gallery is located on the second and third floor of Moscow City Hall.

              The 22nd Annual Holiday Concert at the UI Kibbie Dome will be presented Friday, December 9th at 8PM.  More than 500 elementary through high school students join UI Jazz Choirs and Bands, the Alpine Carillons and the Holiday String Orchestra for an evening of seasonal music.  Admission is free, but cash donations and nonperishable food items are accepted at the door.

              The next Winter Market will be held Saturday, December 10th at the 1912 Center from 10 AM to 2PM.  Admission is free and there are free children’s activities.  For more information about the Winter Market, contact the 1912 Center’s website.

              The Moscow Arts Commission invites the public to attend the final artist presentations for the Wren Welcome Garden Public Art Project on Friday, December 16th, 3PM at Moscow City Hall.  The Wren Welcome Garden is located at the Northwest corner of Hwy 8 and Hwy 95.  The three finalits are CJ Rench from Hood River, Jennifer Corio from Vancouver, WA and Robert Horner from Port Townsend.

              Tickets are on sale for the Palouse Choral Society’s winter concert at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Uniontown.  Performances are Friday, December 16th at 7:30PM and Sunday, December 18th at 4 PM.  Tickets are available in Lewiston at The Owl Pharmacy and Chevron Dynamarts; in Moscow at Hodgins Drug, in Pullman at Neil’s Flowers and in Uniontown at the Dahmen Barn and American West Bank.

              Have a great, art-filled weekend.
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                Moscow Arts Update 11-30-2011
                maree | December 1, 2011 | 3:11 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

                11-30-2011 — Moscow City Arts Update

                This is Robin Ohlgren, from the Moscow Arts Commission, with highlights from a City Arts Update.

                The next Winter Market will be held Saturday, December 3rd. at the 1912 Center from 10 AM to 2 PM. Admission is free, and there are free children’s activities. Many of your favorite Farmers Market vendors will be there along with new sellers. For more information about the Winter Market, contact the 1912 Center’s website.

                Tickets are still available for the Eugene Ballet’s performance of the Nutcracker at Beasley Coliseum, 3pm Sunday, December 4th. WSU students are admitted at no charge. Tickets for the general population can be purchased at all TicketsWest outlets and at the door.

                You can support your favorite arts organizations by participating in the 2011 Alternative Giving Market of the Palouse, to be held from 4-8PM on Wednesday, December 7, at the Prichard Art Gallery, before and after the Light up the Night Holiday Parade.

                The 10th Annual Winter Solstice Exhibit will open on Thursday, December 8 at Third Street Gallery. The exhibit coffee reception and artist talks are Friday, December 9, from 9AM – 10. Third Street Gallery is located on the second and third floor of Moscow City Hall. Details are available on the City’s website.

                Have another great art-filled weekend.


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                  Moscow Arts Commission Update 11-16-2011
                  maree | November 16, 2011 | 4:09 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

                  Moscow Arts Commission Community Arts Update/ – From Robin Ohlgren

                  Moscow Arts Commission has announced a Call for Artists for the 19th Annual Winter Solstice Exhibition.  Original work in all mediums is welcome.  The deadline for submitting applications is November 30.  Please contact the City of Moscow Arts department for details.

                  On Saturday, November 19th, the Palouse Folklore Society will host a Community Dance at the 1912 Center featuring the band Potatohead and caller Larry Simmons.  Tickets are $4 for newcomers.  Families and singles are welcome.

                  Lewiston’s Center for Arts and History is currently hosting two exhibits:  The Confluence Project: Reimagining the Columbia River features artwork by Maya Lin; and Bookworks, an invitational book arts and letterpress show with the work of book artists from the Pacific Northwest.  The Center for Arts and History is located on Main Street in downtown Lewiston.  Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday 11 AM -4PM.

                  Tickets are now available fro the Eugene Ballet’s performance of the Nutcracker at Beasley Coliseum, 3 PM Sunday, December 4th.  WSU students are admitted at no charge. Tickets for the general population can be purchased at all TicketsWest outlets, at the door, or by calling Festival Dane and Performing Arts at 208-883-3267.

                  Have another great art-filled weekend.


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                    Moscow Art Commission Weekly Update 8-31-2011
                    maree | August 31, 2011 | 3:00 pm | Arts & Culture | No comments

                    Moscow Arts Commission weekly update by Tristan Sokol
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                    Moscow Farmer’s Market continues through the end of October, every Saturday from 8a.m. til 1 p Fresh local and regional fruits, vegetables, delicious homemade  baked goods, healthy nursery plants, beautiful flowers and quality handmade crafts.  Live music in Friendship Square.

                    Palouse Plein Air Competition; pick up applications at the Art Office in City Hall or download application at http://www.moscow.id.us/art/pleinair.aspx

                    Fall 2011 Art Workshops at he 1912 Center.  Classes include : Travel Journaling, Let’s Play Encaustics!, Animals and Other Objects in Clay, and Creating Your Own Bonsai.  For more information call 208-883-7036 , email , go to http://www.moscow.id.us/art/workshops.aspx

                    The City of Moscow is requesting applications from regional professional artists who can demonstrate qualifications for producing outdoor public art. Eligibility is open to artists, architects and design teams from Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon, Montana and Washington.  Three semi-finalists will  be paid $500 each to prepare detailed site-specific proposals for the design, fabrication and installation of a permanent  outdoor sculpture in a city park in September 2012.  Deadline :  September 9, 2011.  entry forms are available at:  http://www.ci.moscow.id.us/storage/solicitations/rfq wren welcome garden.pdf

                    Moscow Community Theater – Auditions. Auditions for Moscow Community Theater’s production of “Bye-Bye Birdie” will  take place at 7 p.m. on Tuesday September 6 and Wednesday September 7, with callbacks and interviews for technical positions on Thursday September  8 in the Moscow High School Auditorium. Song and dance auditions will be on September 6 and please bring a short prepared monolog on Sept 7.  The director is Roger Wallin , contact .

                    Prichard Art Gallery – 414 S. Main Street .  Hours Tuesday  – Saturday 10 a.m. to  8 p.m.  Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.  Current Exhibit:  Bill Bowler ” I Have Come All This Way and There Is Nothing To See”   through  October 2.  Upcoming events:  September 22 7 p.m. Friends Annual Meeting – Open to all.  September 23rd  25th Anniversary  Block Party.

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