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Film festival aims to Illuminate Sedona

Film festival aims to Illuminate Sedona

The second annual Illuminate Film Festival, being held Wednesday through Sunday, May 27 through 31, will bring to screens 22 inspirational, thought-provoking films beginning with the Arizona premiere of the...

Needing to brush up on your skills or in need of a little inspiration for that next Masterpiece? Read on….

 

Acclaimed Artist Peggy Sands returns to the Sedona Arts Center with her popular workshop “Drawing Without Fear”. This exciting 5-day workshop is the answer to those who have always wanted to draw but were afraid to take on the challenge. It is designed for absolute beginners as well as those who wish to brush up on their drawing skills. The workshop will be held at the Sedona Arts Center from November 16th-20th. For more information please call the Sedona Arts Center at 928-282-3809 or visit their website at http://www.sedonaartscenter.com .

 

 

Bonnie Hartenstein, a nationally noted artist, lecturer, and teacher, will present a lively public lecture and discussion in Tlaquepaque’s Sala de Milagro ballroom at 3:00 PM on Sunday, Nov. 15. Her free presentation will be given in conjunction with the Sedona Visual Artists Coalition annual art exhibit currently on display in the same venue. Hartenstein’s talk will be an interactive discussion of the theme of the exhibit, "Beneath the Surface". She will consider how various art works in the exhibit reflect the depth and meaning of that theme. How do artists create a "surface", thick or thin, built up or scraped off, transparent or opaque that either reveals or hides the layers underneath? What meaning is revealed by how that surface is created? How does the viewer spend time looking at art to get beneath the surface and see the process the artist goes through to create a work of art? Hartenstein will discuss both the viewer's and the artist's willingness to consider "themes" in art and how far each is willing to go to connect to meaning and understand how "form is function".


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