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TIDEWATER COMMUNITY COLLEGE HORTICULTURE
2013 Summer Session Horticulture Classes
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The Butterfly Society of Virginia
Luna Moth Caterpillars (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actias_luna) are available for adoption in Hampton Roads! Do you have sweet gum trees and want to raise a few caterpillars? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on the BSV Facebook/Twitter and we'll connect. Please read about the Luna Moth and make sure you can get to Sweet Gum Tree leaves to feed the caterpillars.
Thanks. Karon P. Hardy BSV Director
Danae Rodriguez, Publicity Manager ~ (757) 748-7036; email@example.com
Alternate Contact: Patricia Quinn, President ~ (757) 321-8137; firstname.lastname@example.org
Muse News: May 21, 2013
1-Wed. Happy Hour at Birch; 2-Time to Register for Summer Classes
3-Cuff Me: Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody; 4-Flash Sci-Fi Contest; 5-Sketch Night
Register Now for Summer Classes!
See below for more information.
Writers' Happy Hour Every Wednesday!
Join us every Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at a different location in Norfolk's Ghent for an informal get-together where area writers and Muse teachers, students, and friends enjoy conversation, camaraderie, and drinks.
Calendar of Wednesday Writers' Happy Hours:
· Wednesday, May 22: The Birch Bar (1231 West Olney Road Norfolk, 23507, 962-5400, www.thebirchbar.com), $5 beer specials.
· Wednesday, May 29: The Green Onion (1603 Colley Ave., Ghent, Norfolk, 23517, 963-1200), 1/2 price glasses of wine, 1/2 price Virginia beers, $2 off well drinks.
· Complete calendar and more information: www.the-muse.org/readings-events.html.
Come and join us!
Spotlight: Collage: Word and Image
Sunday, June 2, 1-3:30 p.m., a 1 meeting seminar
Only 7 of 10 seats remain. Visit www.the-muse.org/workshops.html or call 818-9880 to register.
We will create a palette composed of a variety of materials including your own writing... as well as artistic papers, photographs, magazine images, fabric and found material... you will leave with a finished one-of-a-kind collage for yourself or as a gift. Instructor: Michal Mahgerefteh. Open to: all.
Spotlight: The Prose Poem Workshop
Sundays, 1-3:30 p.m., a 4 week session beginning June 2
Only 5 seats remain. Visit www.the-muse.org/workshops.html or call 818-9880 to register.
The prose poem is an intersection of forms and genres which invites experimentation and revels in unpredictability. We’ll look at prose poetry... and we will write our own prose poems to be workshopped. Together, we’ll explore the possibilities of voice and music, narration and compression, rhythm and imagery in this flexible poetic form. Instructor: Patti Hinson. Open to: poets with some workshop experience.
Spotlight: Introduction to Magazine Writing
Thursdays, 7-9:30 p.m. (bi-weekly), a 6 week session beginning June 6
Only 6 seats remain. Visit www.the-muse.org/workshops.html or call 818-9880 to register.
We will explore the fundamentals of magazine writing, important differences from other forms of journalism, and the best ways to pitch and sell stories to editors. We will review and produce features, columns and department-style writing. Submission of work for publication will be encouraged. Instructor: Angela Blue. Open to: writers with some workshop experience.
More Great Summer Classes...
Visit www.the-muse.org/workshops.html for class descriptions, tuition, and to register online. Tuition assistance and flexibility is always available. We have many new classes! Check them out below... Visit the website, call the office at 818-9880, or email us at email@example.com for more information. Please help us spread the word!
· Introduction to Writing Poetry
· The Poetry Workshop
· The Prose Poem Workshop NEW!
· Rewriting the World, from the Margins: Poetry, Exile, and Displacement NEW!
· To See the World in a Grain of Sand: An Exploration of Nature Poetry NEW!
· The Poetry Studio
· Introduction to Fiction Writing (Daytime & Evening Sessions)
· The Fiction Workshop (Daytime and Evening Sessions)
· Flash Fiction Seminar NEW!
· Writing Young Adult Fiction Workshop
· The Novel Studio NEW!
· The Fiction Studio (Daytime and Evening Sessions)
Memoir & Creative Non-Fiction
· Daytime Introduction to Memoir: My Life, One Story at a Time
· Personal Narratives: An Introduction to Memoir: Evening Session
· My Life, One Story at a Time Workshop NEW!
· The Memoir Workshop (Evening & Weekend Sessions)
· The Flash Memoir Workshop
· Introduction to Magazine Writing
· The Memoir Studio
· Write Now
· Journaling for Personal Development
· A Mother of a Voice: Writing Motherhood
· The Postgraduate Studio
The Muse @ MOCA
· The Muse @ MOCA: Six New Stories in Six Weeks NEW!
· The Muse @ MOCA: Daytime Introduction to Memoir: My Life, One Story at a Time NEW!
Writers Craft and Development
· Philosophy in Literature NEW!
· Reading for Writers: Shine, Shine, Shine NEW!
· Developing Characters: Getting Started
· Technical Writing NEW!
· Crafting a Plot
· Beginnings and Endings
· X-Ray Your Characters: What Makes Them Tick?
· Crafting a Scene NEW!
· Behind Closed Doors: Writing the Love Scene
· Writing Dialogue
· Psychological Autopsies: Exploring Characters' Inner Dimensions
· Revisiting Point of View
· Preparing for Your Reading NEW!
· World Building Seminar
· The Creativity Lab
· A Grammar Refresher
New Media & Approaches
· Blogging 101
· Finding Your Audience & Building an Online Presence
Art for Writers
· Calligraphy: The Art of Elegant Handwriting NEW!
· Collage: Word and Image
· Expressions in Food
· Songwriting NEW!
· Ukulele for Beginners NEW!
· Screenwriting 101
· Screenwriting Workshop NEW!
· Standup Comedy (101 & Coaching)
· Improv Comedy (101, 202, 303, 2 Studios)
· Sketch Comedy Writing (101, Studio)
For Teen Writers
· Improv and Sketch Comedy Workshop for Teens
· Teen Writers Workshop (2 Sections)
Cuff Me: Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody
3 Shows at the NorVa! Saturday, May 25 (5 & 8 p.m.) and Sunday, May 26, (3 p.m.)
Get your tickets now for this hilarious parody of the Fifty Shades of Grey book, written by Muse teachers Sean Devereux & Brad McMurran. The show has been playing to sold-out crowds off-Broadway in New York and is in Norfolk for a limited time. Cuff Me! will have you dancing in the aisles as the cast of four belts out hilarious parodies of hit songs from your favorite artists, all while spoofing the Fifty Shades of Grey book! Tickets available at the door or online at: www.ticketmaster.com/Cuff-Me-the-Fifty-Shades-of-tickets/artist/1855964?tm_link=edp_Artist_Name
Fly-By Sci-Fi Flash Contest
Fly-By Sci-Fi is a writing contest for flash fiction with a sci-fi theme, to benefit Up Center Books. Submit your flash fiction pieces (up to 500 words) by June 15. Two categories (age 18 and over, age 17 and under). You may submit multiple stories; contest fee: $5 (all proceeds donated to Up Center Books). The final round will be judged by Lydia Netzer, author of the novel Shine Shine Shine, a New York Times Notable Book of 2012. The prize in each category will be a free class at The Muse Writers Center in Norfolk. Winners will also be invited to share the microphone with Lydia Netzer to read their work to an audience during an event at Up Center Books to launch the paperback edition of Shine Shine Shine. This event will be Wednesday, July 10th, and there will be a reception afterward. More information: www.lydianetzer.blogspot.com/p/fly-by-sci-fi.html
Muse Sketch Comedy Nights
Please join us for great Sketch Comedy, written by the students in the Muse's summer Sketch Comedy 101 and Studio classes (taught by the founders of The Pushers) and performed by a group of great local actors. The Iguana will be open for dinner and drinks before and during the show. Come and enjoy some great comedy! $5 cover.
· Saturday, June 1, 7 p.m. (The Virgin Sketch Show: Sketch 101 class) at The Iguana (1083 W. 37th St at Hampton Blvd, Norfolk, 533-5151).
· (more to be announced)
· More information: www.the-muse.org/readings-events.html.
Weyanoke Wildlife Sanctuary
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Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation & Preserve
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The Chesapeake Arboretum
Eggleston Garden Center
Get Creative This Summer at PFAC!
Sign up for Studio Art Shool this summer!Whatever your medium, we've got a class for you; try a new class for fun, take an advanced class to keep improving or sign your young student up to discover his or her inner artist! New classes include workshops in pastel portraits, colored pencils and creating simple bisque molds and stamps. Our summer artist workshops will focus on experimenting with painting watercolor on slick Yupo paper and creating playful collages.
Registration for members until May 24
Registration starts May 25 for the public
Ladies are invited to gather up their friends and enjoy our new Sip & Sample series, inviting women to share some laughs while creating an artistic keepsake. Stretch your body and your mind in our yoga classes, set in our peaceful galleries.
Browse our full course catalog and register by calling (757) 596-8175 or filling out this form.
Exploring Mixed Media: Found ObjectsJune 1 & 8 (2 day workshop)
Instructed by Hermitage Studio Artist, Amanda Page StephensSaturdays, noon - 3:00 p.m.
Create art using everyday objects. Students will create a mixed media piece on canvas with found objects, flowers, and natural pigments. Prepare for class by collecting items from your everyday life like matches, seeds, bottle caps, wine corks, shells, sea glass, stamps, used nails or twist ties.
Books as Art - The Altered Book
Tuesday, July 9 & Thursday, July 11 (2 day workshop)10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Transform an old book into a journal or one of a kind work of art using a variety of media and techniques. We will cut, fold, paint, glue, collage, and explore themes to help personalize your creation and make an ordinary book extraordinary!
Drawing People, Places, & ThingsKids ages 8 and upJuly 13 - August 3 (4 weeks)Saturdays, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.Create still life, landscape, and portrait drawings and sketches. The class will focus on foundational skills, drawing techniques, and design elements all essential to building a strong artistic skill set. The class is also open to adults who would like to join their child in learning foundation drawing skills.
Art Explorers for Kids! (Kids Ages 5 - 10)July 13 & July 20 (2 day workshop)Saturdays, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.Young artists will explore a variety of mediums, while leaning about still life, self portrait, and other subjects. Students will gain knowledge about different techniques, color mixing, and expand their art skills.
Handmade PapermakingJuly 23 (1 day workshop)Tuesday, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.Make sheets of paper that incorporate colored pulps, seasonal foliage and other decorative materials. Your creations can be used as unique greeting cards or displayed in a frame or shadowbox.
Beginning Drawing II - Let's Keep Going!July 30 - August 27 (5 weeks)Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
We will be learning about proportion, value, line and what constitutes the building blocks for a great drawing! This short course is for those who have some basic drawing experience.
Positive/Negative Space Design for KidsKids Ages 5 - 10August 10 (1 day workshop)Saturday, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Kids' will use their favorite animal forms as a visual motif to create a beautiful tessellation. This activity is a great way to introduce kids to visual design and color theory at an early age.
Intuitive Mixed MediaAugust 13 & August 20 (2 day workshop)Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.Press "play" and let your intuition guide you through the creative process. Using a variety of materials, participants will paint, draw, and collage their way to abstract artworks that express thoughts, feelings, and personal experiences.
Chakras, Art, & Feng ShuiAugust 27 (1 day workshop)Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.Chakras align with the Feng Shui Bagua, a map for your life. Learn how to align these two powerful tools for greater self awareness and life enhancement. Enjoy a guided meditation to focus on your life and create a spontaneous artwork to express the results of your meditation.
Making Pottery: Form and TechniqueJuly 3 - August 21 (8 weeks)Wednesday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.Beginner through advanced potters will enjoy handbuilding and wheel-throwing bowls, cups, plates, mugs, and covered jars. Experiment with glazing and firing and explore beautiful handbuilt and wheel-thrown forms.
Ceramic Decals on Simple Pottery
July 15, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m., July 22, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
& July 29, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.Mondays (3 day workshop)Learn to enhance the surface of pottery through fired on ceramic decals. This workshop covers decal processes including application and firing. Create simple functional pottery forms, glaze the forms, and apply ceramic decals to be fired on during this 3-day workshop.
Coiling Clay / Altered Forms with Peter Callas
July 6 & 7 (2 day workshop)
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Over 40 years, Peter Callas has forged a style, earning him a worldwide reputation for both his pioneering work and distinctive voice. During this 2 day workshop, Peter will demonstrate Japanese and Korean Coil Techniques for Jars and ways to deal with aesthetics of altered forms. He will also give a slide presentation on his work and his 23 year collaboration with Peter Voulkos.Registration deadline June 23.www.petercallas.com
Weaving Open HouseSaturday, August 17, 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Are you interested in learning how to weave? Visit the weaving studio at the VAS and speak with instructors Erin Collins and Kerry Hurley. They will be available to answer your questions and will be demonstrating on the looms. We will be offering a full 8 week weaving course in the fall.Free and open to the public
Dye Your Own Yarn!July 27 (1 day workshop)Saturday, 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Learn how to custom dye your own yarn using food safe dyes in one afternoon. Two skeins of sock weight yarn will be provided. Participants may choose to use their dyed yarn in the upcoming fall weaving class.
Enhancing Your Wetlands WorkshopAugust 10 (1 day workshop)Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - noonJoin Yolima Carr, Curator of Gardens, for a presentation on wetlands plants, processes, and benefits. Learn how to convert your own garden into one that benefits the environment and provides a healthy habitat for wildlife. Yolima will also explain how to create a Rain Garden to help capture and clean runoff water that comes from rain and storms.
Ceramics Open Studio
OngoingTuesdays 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Thursdays 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.,
Saturdays 10:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. & Sundays 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.Studio time is monitored but is not an instructional and allows for use of the studio equipment, ceramics glazes and firings. To qualify for open studio, a basic skill level is required. The course fee provides the option of 5 hours of studio time with a ½ block of clay or 15 or 30 hours of studio time with a full block of clay.
Painting Open Studio
Mondays, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.Join fellow artists for free time in the studio or on the grounds. Enjoy the use of a well-lit open space, easels and tables, and the chance to work at your own pace. The session is monitored but is not instructional. Students are responsible for all of their own materials and for clean-up of space at the end of session.
For more information visit our Website.
Registration deadline is one week prior to the start date of each class
Unless otherwise noted classes are open to ages 14 and up
Sunsets on the River: The Michael Clark Band
Always a crowd favorite at the Hermitage, The Michael Clark Band is back for another season of Sunsets on the River! R&B, Blues, Soul, Rock, Jazz, Funk - these are the musical styles tastefully blended by The Michael Clark Band featuring Tracy Clark! Bring lawn chairs and blankets. Cash bar - no outside alcohol. Food will be available for purchase from Hubcap Grill food truck and Gilly's Creamery.
Admission: $10 (FREE for Hermitage members)
Mark your calendar for our final concert of the season:
June 6: Jesse Chong
Drawing People, Places, and Things
Visual Arts Studio: Summer Session of CoursesRegistration is now open for summer session courses at the Visual Arts Studio! Courses and Workshops begin June 29. Register by June 10 and receive a $10 discount.
Weaving Open House
Dye Your Own Yarn!
Making Pottery: Form and Technique
Ceramic Decals on Simple Pottery
Enhancing Your Wetlands Workshop
Mixed Media and Drawing
Books as Art - The Altered Book
Beginning Drawing II - Let's Keep Going
Intuitive Mixed Media
Chakras, Art, and Feng Shui
Kids Courses and Workshops
Drawing People, Places, and Things
Art Explorers for Kids!
Positive/Negative Space Design for Kids
Ceramics Open Studio
Painting Open Studio
Chrysler Museum InvitesHermitage Members to Visit Glass Studio
Join us at the Glass Studio at the Chrysler Museum on the third Wednesday of every month for an artistic mix of visual, culinary and performing arts. Come enjoy a mix of music, a cash bar and entertaining hot glass demos.
Admission is free for Chrysler members and Hermitage members, $5 for all others.
The Glass Studio is an intimately sized space and these are popular events, so plan on arriving before the doors open at 7:00 p.m. in order to get a seat. Space is limited.
Wednesday, May 15
Visiting artist Mark Zirpel, from Seattle, Washington, is most revered for his kinetic art machines. Zirpel takes the stage to create a performance utilizing whale songs, weather balloons, hand-made machines and lab coats. The local one-man stomping band Phillip Roebuck provides the music as these mad scientists experiment.
Summer Art Camps, Beginning June 17Our Summer Art Camps are filling fast, reserve your spot today!We're hosting nine weeks of Kids Summer Art Camp for boys and girls, ages 6-10. Camp begins June 17 and runs weekly through August 23, 2013. Each week includes hands-on art projects, outdoor activities, guided museum tours, and guest artists.
We are also hosting four weeks of Young Artists Summer Camp for children ages 11-13. The camp takes place every other week beginning on June 24 and runs through August 16, 2013. Each day, young artists will focus on several artistic mediums with the goal of completing a work of art in each medium.
Coiling Clay/Altered Forms:
Ceramics Workshop with Peter Callas
July 6 & 7 (2 day workshop)
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Over 40 years, Peter Callas has forged a style, earning him a worldwide reputation for both his pioneering work and distinctive voice. Callas' work often speaks to the viewer and his spirited, poetic approach encourages students to handle clay in new and exciting ways.
During this 2 day workshop, Peter will demonstrate Japanese and Korean Coil Techniques for Jars and ways to deal with aesthetics of altered forms. He will also give a slide presentation on his work and his 23 year collaboration with Peter Voulkos.
Governor's School for the Arts Senior Exhibitions
The Hermitage is proud to continue its partnership with the Governor's School for the Arts by hosting a series of short exhibitions featuring the work of selected Governor's School seniors. With an exciting range of media and subject matter, these exhibitions are part of the seniors' final project for graduation and are sure to impress.
Waving to Strangers by Harlie Rush
May 17 - 28
Opening Reception: Friday, May 17, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Free and open to the public
Words Aren't Enough: Recent Work by Denney Turner
Entrusted: Recent Works by Micah Kalagayan
May 31 - June 11
Opening Reception: Friday, May 31, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Free and open to the public
Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton RoadsVIRGINIANS FOR THE ARTS NEWSLETTER
State of the Arts
EASY! You Are a Winner, Tell Us Why!
Entry Deadline: June 1, 2013
A Winner from Each Region
The 2013 Dominion ArtStars Awards, presented by Virginians for the Arts, recognizes arts organizations across the Commonwealth that best demonstrate the ability to enhance the community, contribute to the economy and build a better quality of life. The awards present a wonderful opportunity to spotlight the ways in which the winning Shining Star and Rising Star arts organizations contribute to the vibrancy of Virginia's neighborhoods. The Shining Star award amount is $5000 and the Rising Star award is $1000.
New this year is the addition of one statewide Shining Star award of $5000 for those organizations with annual budgets of $1 million or higher.
Final Budget Signed
Increase in funding for the first time in five years!
On Friday, Governor McDonnell signed the amended budget for 2012-14 with one veto. The Governor vetoed a section of the budget that would have changed the way the Governor's amendments to an existing budget are submitted. The signed budget bill contains $100,000 in additional funding in FY14 for Virginia Commission for the Arts grants to arts organizations. That additional funding is targeted to programs that promote tourism and broaden access to the arts for Virginians in rural and underserved areas.
An invitation for VFTA members
VFTA Board of Directors Committees
The 2013- 2014 Committees will have a meaningful impact on the work of VFTA. You don't have to be on the board of directors to add your expertise to a committee. This is a great opportunity to contribute in an area that you have an interest or skill for your region and state. Most meetings are conducted by conference calls and only require a phone call.
AWARDS & GRANTS COMMITTEE
This committee oversees the Dominion ArtStars Award and will identitify judges and promote the program in their regions. Committee members will be activily involved in the awards ceremony and access their networks to involve legislators, media and corporate leaders.
The committee will also explore new award, grant opportunities and partnerships for the arts industry in Virginia. Chair, Beth Temple.
Working with VFTA staff and Legislative Counsel, this committee develops and implements an important lobbying campaign. Chair, Pat Rublein.
The recruitment of members to Virginians for the Arts is of primary importance to the effectiveness of advocacy for the arts in Virginia. As ambassadors of VFTA, this committee promotes the benefits of membership to artists and art organizations. Chair, Janet Johnson.
The Committee will help identify public realtions opportunities for their regions and access appropriate networks for promoting the VFTA messaging platform.
Chair, Tony Distler
If you are interested in adding to the sucesss of VFTA by volunteering to be on a committee or have any questions about committee responsibilities, please call Charlotte Anders, Executive Director (804) 644-2787
Arts Advocacy Day
The 2013 National Arts Action Summit
On April 8, Marny Hackley, VFTA's Operations Manager, traveled to Washington D.C. to represent VFTA as State Team Captain. Delegates from states nationwide were briefed on legislative updates, given training sessions to hone advocacy skills and attended panel sessions on policy issues. Fact Sheet HERE . The 26th Annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy was awe inspiring. Yo Yo Ma discussed where in nature, society and human interactions we can find the greatest creativity.
Please set aside a little time to watch the YouTube video.
http://youtu.be/TWsdrjUhol4. On Tuesday the day began with the Congressional Arts Kick Off in the Cannon Caucus room on Capital Hill. Americans for the Arts members, staffers and grassroots arts advocates rallied to prepare before their visits to Members of Congress.
VFTA Board of Directors 2013-2014
President, Jim Thompson
Vice President, John "Butch" Davies, Culpeper
Treasurer, Ed Harvey, Sommerset
Secretary, Pearl Harrell
Jeannie Baliles, Richmond
Susan Bernard, Norfolk
June Britt, Forest
John Bryan, Richmond
Paul "Tony" Distler, Blacksburg
Peter Dunning, Purcelville
Lucius Ellsworth, Wise
David Fisk, Richmond
Gary Grant, Danville
Maggie Guggenheimer, Charlottesville
Beverly Hess, Woodbridge
Janet Johnson, Chair Membership Committee,Roanoke
Chris Jones, South Boston
Sally Lay, Manassas
Dennis Lynch, Woodstock
Amy Moorefield, Roanoke
Charlene"Suny" Monk, Amherst
Richard Rose, Abingdon
Patricia Rublein, Chair Legislative Committee, Williamsburg
Sally Rugaber, Meadows of Dan
John Ryan, Norfolk
Mort Sajadian, Lynchburg
Beth Temple, Onancock
Catherine Jordan Wass, Suffolk
Philip Whiteway, Richmond
Deborah Wyld, Smithfield
New Board Members
The Nominating Committee of the Virginians for the Arts Board of Directors are pleased to introduce John Bryan, President of Culture Works, Richmond,
Beverly Hess, Executive Director of Youth Orchestras of Prince William,
Richard Rose, Producing Artistic Director of the Barter Theatre, Abingdon,
John Ryan, Attorney, Crowley, Liberatore, Ryan & Brogan, P.C. Norfolk,
Mort Sajadian, President & CEO of Amazement Square Children's Museum, Lynchburg
"These new board members bring talent, vision, experience and a passion for the arts that will enhance all regions of the Commonwealth. We welcome these accomplished additions to the Virginians for the Arts, Board of Directors".- Jim Thompson President, VFTA
Please visit our website at www.vaforarts.org
Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads
Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads Announcesits Annual Fundraiser"JUNE JAZZ"Norfolk, VA -- May 14, 2013
The Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads is sponsoring its Annual Fundraiser, JUNE JAZZ on Thursday, June 20, 2013 at the Norfolk Botanical Garden. The Garden is located at 6700 Azalea Garden Road in Norfolk, VA. The JUNE JAZZ event starts at 6:00 and ends at 10:00 p.m. Two local bands are featured musicians - "The Steve Stelmaszek Quartet" and "Juju and the After Hours Band". Guests will feast on cuisine that compliments historic jazz locales, dance, and will participate in a Silent Auction.
Tickets for the event are $65 in advance and $75 at the door. Tickets can be purchased on the Cultural Alliance website at www.culturalli.org/june.jazz.html. Tickets can also be purchased by calling Joan Rhodes-Copeland at the Cultural Alliance office, 757-889-9479 and/or you can mail a check to 5200 Hampton Boulevard, Norfolk, VA 23508.
If your company is interested in a sponsorship for this event and/or donation to the silent auction, please contact Joan at 757-889-9479 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cultural Alliance, founded 30 years ago in 1983, supports and encourages the arts and cultural activities in Hampton roads. The Alliance provides services for the arts community, through workshops, forums, insurance benefits, a website which keeps patrons up to date on arts activities, a special awards recognition program that honors and recognizes arts organization, arts advocates, and business who support the arts, and other additional services. This is the only fund raiser that the Alliance sponsors during the year!
For further information, contact Joan Rhodes-Copeland, the Executive Director at 757-889-9479 or at email@example.com or Paul Darden, President of the Board, at 757-389-5473 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton RoadsJoan L. Rhodes-CopelandExecutive Director5200 Hampton Boulevard, Norfolk, VA 23508Tel: 757-889-9479
Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center
High Street - Portsmouth, VA 23704
Ferguson Center for the Fine Arts
Newport News, VA
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