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Art Show: Trouble Under the Big Trees

Art Show: Trouble Under the Big Trees

College of the Redwoods presents Trouble Under the Big Trees, a virtual exhibition of environmentally themed paintings by Northern California artist Linda MacDonald.  The painting above is titled Verde Juke. In conjunction with this online exhibition, a Zoom presentation and discussion of the artist’s work with CR Art Professor Cynthia Hooper will take place on

Dell’Arte embraces ensemble and improvisation in new school year

Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International is embracing its pedagogy of ensemble and improvisation as it adapts to the times and a school year unlike any other in its nearly 50-year history.  “Like other institutions of higher learning, we’ve been tasked with striking a balance between the inherent in-person interactions of a physical theatre

Gal in the Galley: Huddyglo album features charming, dreamy melodies

All of Huddyglo’s catalogue, including Sports and his previous albums, are up on Spotify; Sports is also available for free on Soundcloud. The beautiful videos for Be My Sequencer and Trip on My Tongue are also labors of love, and well worth a watch, both as works of art and also to see what the kids are up to – look them up on YouTube.

Dell’Arte’s Mad River Festival canceled

For the past 30 years we have gathered in the summer on the lawn of Dell’Arte’s amphitheatre to come together as a community to laugh, listen, sing, celebrate, and see things from around the world and down the block that we’ve never seen before anywhere. It is an experience that we hope engenders solidarity, empathy, understanding, and provides new windows and apertures for us to see into who we are as a community.

Dell’Arte Tragedy, Clown and Thesis Projects go electronic

Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International is expanding its online season by adding a series of student performances to the schedule, including the annual Tragedy, Clown and Thesis Projects. While sheltering in place, students have creatively and collectively adapted these culminating performances of their school year to online media.   “While we can’t offer the

Union unmasks massive Corona-spiracy

The Union probe turned up a number of other “random events” that presaged the onset of the plague, these being restriping of the crosswalk at Roberts Way and Wyatt Lane, installation of a new soda machine outside the Trinidad Chevron station and the burnout of a lighted floor button in HSU’s Theatre Arts Building elevator.

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