Weekly Greeting

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ArtView – April Art

ArtView – April Art

Art View By Jim Christiansen The April Showers flood of local art events rushes in the first weekend with the Preview Show for 2013 Stanislaus Artist Open Studio Tour, Thursday April 4 at Gallo Center. The preview is FREE, with a chance to see one example from each of the 57 artists on the tour, […]

ArtView- March

ArtView- March

Art View by Jim Christiansen Stanislaus Artist Open Studio map booklets go on sale March 1. The third annual event features 57 artists in 35 studio venues all around the county. Maps are $10 with Students under 18 Free, and available at the March 2nd Acoustic Rock Society Art and Music of Our Own at […]

For The Love of Art

For The Love of Art

Art View By Jim Christiansen There is quite a bit of new spring art in our community. For the Love of Art, and art events in Stanislaus County, the map booklets for April 14 and 15 Stanislaus Artists Open Studio Tour go on saleValentine’s Day. Available in print at galleries and stops around town, the […]

ArtView – Open Tour & More

ArtView – Open Tour & More

Art View By Jim Christiansen The New Year in art in Stanislaus County starts with the final deadline for registration in the Stanislaus Artists Open Studio Tour, January 6. Registration is $20 per artist, for the April 14 and 15 Studio Tour Weekend, with a free to the public, preview show at Gallo Center April […]

PerformingView – December

PerformingView – December

PerformingView by Kay Osborn The twelfth month has arrived!  There are lots of local events that will enrich your holidays!  I know things can become busy with parties, shopping, decorating, and cooking but do find time to attend a live show.  Merry Holidays!   Dec. 3- Dicken’s Faire 10AM-4PM Come enjoy local crafts, musicians, actors […]

By December 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Rumpelstiltskin

Rumpelstiltskin

The classic Brothers Grimm fairytale Rumpelstiltskin will be performed by Modesto Performing Arts at the Gallo Center on Sunday, November 13 at 2:00 PM. The story tells of a gnome that helps a maiden turn straw into gold in exchange for her first born child and later offers to retract the agreement if she can […]

By October 14, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Time To Perform

Time To Perform

Time to Perform By Kaye Osborn   Local high schools have been in rehearsals for their fall dramatic productions.   High school thespians perform with 110% energy and enthusiasm.  Check these out:   Big Valley Christian High School Their theme this year is Sacrificing for Others, One Person Can Make a Difference.   In each story the […]

By September 28, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
ArtView – September 2011

ArtView – September 2011

Art View By Jim Christiansen   September is crowded with art events from our various visual art organizations. “Art in the Garden” fundraiser for the Central California Art Association, is September 24, 10-5 pm.  A nine stop tour featuring seven unique private residence garden environments in the Graceada Park and LaLoma neighborhoods, and the Queen Bean  […]

By September 28, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Time to Perform: July

Time to Perform: July

By Kaye Osborn Hello Summer! Traditionally, dramatic offerings go on summer hiatus and some students are on summer break. But others are very involved in Youth Entertainment Stage Company’s 20th anniversary production of Hairspray. This year’s cast includes former YES Co. performers along with the spians in grades 7-12. The shows are always entertaining, family […]

By July 5, 2011 Read More →
July Art

July Art

Need new skills to stimulate your brain? The Art of Memory Enhancement at Mistlin Gallery may be the Art Class in July for you. Visual and artistic exercises improve cognition Choose between a quick workout or more leisurely pace. Class at Mistlin Gallery via the Central California Art Association (CCAA), at $20 per session July […]

John Coito – ArtistView

John Coito – ArtistView

ModestoView is very excited to feature a very special friend returning to the art scene. Well, he never really left, but it is time to introduce him to a new generation. John Coito was famous for drawing everything and everyone when I was in high school and college in the 70s and early 80s. John […]

ArtView

ArtView

Its art walk morning and I’m still writing, before I return to set up the Bike Race Life Festival show at 11th and J Street with organizer Carman King. This show featured paintings by Jordi Camps, sculpture from Steve Mudge, bike collection of Brian Swander, photos by Rebecca Harvey, paintings and construction by Jim Christiansen […]

To Kill A Mockingbird and More…

To Kill A Mockingbird and More…

StageView by: Kaye Osborn  Atticus Finch is America’s favorite literary lawyer and doting father.  He emulates honesty, hope and racial equality.  To Kill a Mockingbird recently celebrated its 50th birthday.  Many theatrical groups are producing this timeless treasure including are own Prospect Theater.  The show will be performed at The Gallo Center for the Arts […]

By May 3, 2011 Read More →
Artist Mark Holden

Artist Mark Holden

You have seen him at lots of your favorite places.  Mark Holden has an amazing array of cool works of art and is constantly creating more.  We caught up with Mark at Serrano’s Social Club talked about art and music while being serenaded by Ray Vizera on his Uke.  Very nice.  He is currently on […]

By May 2, 2011 Read More →
ArtView – May 2011

ArtView – May 2011

ArtView – May 2011  May starts small with the Artel Art Center Mini Canvas Show, with receiving May 2 to May 7.  Rules apply, including purchase of the mini canvas at our local art store in McHenry Village.  Sizes can be picked out with the friendly staff. No entry fee to enter the finished art […]