Viva el Arte is an arts “happening” conceived by Homer’s Cosmic Agents, an art corps convened by Bunnell Street Arts Center, celebrating youthful energy, experiment, ideas and community.
Viva el Arte is an evening event open to everyone. It follows the First Friday art opening at Bunnell Street Arts Center from 5 to 7 pm. The event includes performance art featuring a live mariachi band, pinatas, a roach coach (food on the front porch) and a camera obscura in a U-Haul Truck above Bishop’s Beach at the end of Main Street.
A seaside confessional will also be offered, as will a fire at Bishop’s Beach for burning old art. All of these events take place on May 3 starting at 7 p.m.
Viva el Arte begins with pinata-making at Bunnell on Saturay, April 27 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring supplies such as wire, newspaper, wheat paste, tissue paper, etc. to share. All ideas, forms and fillings are welcome. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kenai Peninsula Orchestra will offer a night of fine food and classical music in celebration of their 30th anniversary on Saturday, May 25 at 7 p.m. in the Alaska Christian College Conference Center in Kenai.
Music will be provided by The Arete Trio, featuring Emily Grossman on violin; Kate McVey on viola, and Kevin Charlestream on cello.
The cost for this event is $75, and tickets can be purchased at Rivercity Books and Dr. Thompson’s office in Soldotna, and the Homer Bookstore in Homer.
Basket auctions and outcry auctions will take place throughout the evening. Seating is limited, so be sure to purchase your ticket early. For more information, please contact Mi’shell at 398-7843 in Soldotna or Linda at 235-8650 in Homer.
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