Art Briefs – August 28

Feel a little ukelele love
The Hawaiian Serenaders, ukulele teachers and professional entertainers from Maui, Hawaii, will teach different ukelele strums at a ukelele workshop this weekend.
All classes/workshops, private/small group lessons, as well as the Friday, 7 p.m. concert, will take place at the Homer Council on the Arts, 355 West Pioneer Ave.
The Sunday concert starts at 5 p.m., and wi;; be held at Bunnell Street Arts Center.
Register for workshops and/or purchase concert tickets at HCOA, 235-4288, hcoa@homerart.org, or HomerArt.org.

Art programs offered to youth and teens  

ArtQuest, ages 10-18, Sept. 9-Dec. 4.
2D Art:  Mondays, 3:45 – 5:15 p.m.
• Session 1: Sept. 9-Oct. 14
• Session 2: Oct. 28- Dec. 2
3D Art: Wednesdays, 3:45 – 5:15 p.m.
• Session 1: Sept. 11 – Oct. 16
• Session 2: Oct. 30 – Dec. 4
Fee: $60 ($50 HCOA members)

TheatreShakes, ages 8-18
• Thursdays, Sept. 5 – Nov. 14, 3:45 – 5:15 p.m.
Theatre skills development for beginners and experienced actors. Youth will perform “The Taming of the Shrew” on Nov. 15 and 16.
Fee: $150 ($130 HCOA members)

Musical Theatre, ages 8-18
• Tuesdays and Thursdays:
Dec. 3-Feb. 27, 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Students will write a melodrama and lyrics for songs, as well as assist with choreography and production. Performances will be held Feb. 28 and March 1, 2014.
Fee: $150 ($130 HCOA members)
TheatreShakes and Musical Theatre are offered in partnership with Pier One Theatre. Financial assistance for youth and teens is available. If you’re not already a member and want to take advantage of discounted fees, you can join HCOA online.
 
Kenai Peninsula Writers’ Contest   
Put your thoughts to paper and enter the Kenai Peninsula Writers’ Contest this fall. The contest is open to writers in grades K-12, as well as adults.
Categories include: fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Submission deadline is Nov. 20, 2013. Details about online submission will be available soon.
The winning writers will read from their work at a Writers’ Read on Feb. 15, 2014.

Coe’s ‘fence-work’ to go up Thursday
Old Town Artist in Residence, Dan Coe, will  install his new mural on the Driftwood RV Park fence at 1 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday.) An artist reception and talk will immediately follow the installation at Bunnell Street Arts Center.
Coe’s hand-painted sign business began about 10 years ago in a downstairs studio below the Bunnell Street Arts Center. A sign commissioned for Maura’s Cafe inspired Coe to beautify and encourage Peninsula businesses with hand-painted signs. Since 2004, he has painted more than 100 signs around Homer.

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