Friday, August 30, 2013
Qualifications: Undergraduate or master’s degree in art education or art therapy. Excellent artistic and professional skills, attention to detail, ability to initiate, implement, and deliver innovative education programs as part of a creative and collaborative team. Must have the ability to interact effectively with all age levels, need levels, and cultural backgrounds. Send a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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Saturday, August 24, 2013
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Friday, August 16, 2013
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
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Tuesday, August 6, 2013
|In the Garden, Pastel on Canvas|
Call for Portrait Artists in CT
We are very pleased to announce that the Connecticut Society of
Portrait Artists (CSOPA) will be featured in the exhibition space of the
Oxford Cultural Arts Commission (OCAC) located @ the Oxford Town Hall
for the month of October, 2013. We encourage regional CSOPA members to
take advantage of this excellent opportunity to exhibit your work
prominently in your local Connecticut community.
paintings and drawings in all media, completed within the past three
years, are eligible. Works will be juried by a CSOPA selection
committee, but not judged for awards. Submission is open to all members
of the Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists able to deliver and
pick-up selected entries to Oxford Town Hall during specified dates and times.
Deadline for submission consideration is August 31st, 2013.
To become a member of CSOPA please visit: http://csopa.homestead.com/
Membership.html. New members are encouraged to submit.
The Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists is a non-profit
organization dedicated to promoting the classic art of portraiture
through education. A variety of CSOPA’s sponsored exhibitions, symposia
and workshops are scheduled each year to promote its mission. CSOPA
conducts monthly meetings offering local portrait artists the
opportunity to participate in the business of the organization, as well
as to share current work in a supportive and caring critique setting.
It is the mission of OCAC to enhance the quality of life of Oxford
citizens and surrounding communities through the support of the arts.
To learn more about us, or to submit to the CSOPA Showcase at the OCAC, please visit: http://www.csopa.camp8.org/
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CSOPA Members Showcase
Oxford Cultural Arts Commission
486 Oxford Road
Oxford, CT 06478
Ancient Greece meets the modern world in this classical tale of men and women, of war and peace. Men go to war, and will keep going, women stay at home, longing for their husbands and fearing for their sons. Will they keep putting up with it?
Not if Lysistrata gets her way. She comes up with a radical solution: the old women will seize the city’s citadel and guard the treasury: no money, no war. And the young women will deny their men what they most want when they return home from war – their gentleness and, ultimately, sex. It takes some convincing, and a lot of stamina to keep up. The question remains – will it be worth it in the end?
‘War – what is it good for? Absolutely nothing’ is the shout-it-out line with which this kaleidoscopic musical begins. Cleverly choreographed, rhythmical, colourful and constantly varied, it does its title – The Disco Vaudeville Rock’n’Roll Musical – justice. Cabaret-like style singing, dancing, puppetry, slow motion battle scenes, slapstick, tap-dance, it’s all there. The voices are impressively casted, strong and clear, sound in general is very good. Even if all actors are singing, most of the lyrics are still graspable and the message clear.
Costume designer Lisa Jordan has done an outstanding job in combining modern dress with a classical appearance. Colourful, floating robes for the young ladies and kilts replacing loincloths on the warriors – the kilts also work their part for illustrating certain hard conditions as the strike goes on.
Throughout the play the female actors leave a stronger and more vivid impression than the male ones – but that is probably owed to the fact that this battle of the sexes is fought with women’s weapons. The musical might be a bit too saucy in places for the time it’s performed at, 11:30am. But other than that, it couldn’t be suggestive enough.
Showing in the Gilded Balloon Teviot August 6th – 11th (not 8th) at 11:30am.
Monday, August 5, 2013
Friday, August 2, 2013
Open Call to Artist...
On display November 9- January 4
Small Works Show
To bring in the holiday season, we will be once again having our Small Works Show! Last year we had over 50 artists who participated with over 130 pieces of art on the walls. We had artists of all ages, all mediums, and all subjects, with both 2- and 3-dimensional works, and we hope to do the same again this year!
Submission deadline is November 4
Photographs may be traditionally or digitally printed. Professional, amateur and student work is welcome.