Thursday, February 28 2013
Shelley Archives Presents
THE MOODY BLUES
Hosted by Music Archivist Bill Shelley
Thursday, February 28 at 7:30 p.m.
Carte Blanche: FREE | Members: $6 | Students/Seniors: $8 | Nonmembers: $11
ABOUT THE FILM: The Moody Blues footage will include promo films, live concerts and television shows from Europe and the U.S. and feature “Nights in White Satin,” “Tuesday Afternoon,” “Ride My See Saw,” “Legend of a Mind,” “Voices in the Sky,” “I’m Just a Singer in a Rock and Roll Band,” “Question” and many more. The Moody Blues started in the early 1960s as a British blues band. It wasn’t until 1964, when their first singer, Denny Laine sang “Go Now!” that they had their first hit. After Lane quit the group in 1966, they reinvented themselves with singer/songwriters Justin Heywood and bassist John Lodge and made the album, Days of Future Past with smash hits “Nights in White Satin” and “Tuesday Afternoon.” In English | 110 minutes.
ABOUT BILL SHELLEY: Bill Shelley has been filming since the 1970s when he recorded bands Twisted Sister and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, then he directed music videos for Public Enemy. Shelley Archives was started in 1985 and today the company has over 100,000 reels of original 35mm and 16mm films in its archives and over 10,000 hours of rare concerts, television shows, promos, interviews, out-takes and home movies. Preservation of films and music clips is the main focus of the organization.
Award-winning painter Frank Bruckmann and sculptor Gar Waterman will exhibit their most recent work at the Kehler Liddell Gallery: "Nudes and Nudibranchs," from February 7- March 10, 2013. Frank Bruckmann and Gar Waterman are both traditionalists who use direct observation of nature and carefully applied technique to craft their work. Bruckmann's brushstrokes caress oil paint with an expert and familiar hand into the eternally complex landscape of the female figure, while Waterman's sculpture bends the liquid sheen of polished stone into impressions of rhythm and grace from the marine environment.
Internships are available for college level students in Animal Care, Education, or Veterinary Care. An application and program details may be found on our Web site under Get Involved; Volunteer; Interns.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 5pm
“Remodeling Zilkha” (2012) is a site-specific, two-channel video installation (8:16 min.) by Janne Höltermann, the Luther Gregg Sullivan Visiting Artist in Wesleyan's Art and Art History Department, that shows the filmed gallery space within the same gallery space. The two videos of the installation extend, compress and mirror the room using the inherent architectural characteristics of the gallery (repetition, segmenting, mirroring) to reconfigure space.
Classes offer firsthand experience of the entire pottery-making cycle. Beginning emphasis is placed on working with one of the fifteen potter's wheels. Beginning as well as advanced students are welcome. Sets of eight week classes are offered Tuesday or Thursday evening 6 to 9 p.m., year-round. Sign up now to reserve your place.
Call or go to the website for more information. 860-528-6090, www.greenleafpottery.net
The world-famous British a cappella group Orlando Consort performs a concert of music from Medieval Europe. Show begins at 7pm.
A senior thesis production by Emily Hunt '13, “The Kindness of Strangers” is a solo performance exploring the psychological journey of an actress struggling to find herself in the infamous character of Blanche Dubois (“A Streetcar Named Desire”). Konstantin Stanislavski's and Bertolt Brecht's philosophies and methodologies of theater, in particular, will be closely examined in relation to cognitive dissonance--how does one rationalize acting as a different person, a universal form of deception in the normal world, as "moral" on the stage? These performances are in partial fulfillment of Ms. Hunt's Honors Thesis in Theater.
Shows begin at 8pm.
Without inner peace, there is no real happiness at all. The more we control our mind, the more our inner peace increases and the happier we become. By training in meditation, we can learn how to free ourselves from mental discomfort, worry and negative states of mind. Understanding this, how can we now gain experience and begin or improve our meditations? In this series, we will learn about the steps to making progress in our meditation practice. Each week, we will focus on an aspect of improving concentration and will apply it to our meditation during that class. Each class includes guided meditation, practical advice from Buddha's teachings and time for questions. No experience necessary… Everyone welcome! Light refreshments provided.
Meditation series with Lenore Pranzo, guided imagery therapist. Learn to meditate through guided imagery, a skill which can be drawn upon whenever you need to relieve your stress and anxiety. Class is held at Fairfield County Integrative Family Medicine and Healing Therapies, Trumbull, CT. For more information call (203) 445-9060 or visit www.integrativefamilypracticect.com.
Trumbull, CT 06611
High school and college students are challenged to write a 500-word short story about the painting of the iconic Avanti sports car "THE WHISPER AND THE ROAR" by Don Wieland. Champion wins $500 and has the story posted on Stellar Scholars e-magazine Cum Laude, The Scholarly Evening Post.
North Haven High School presents Thoroughly Modern Millie, to be performed at the high school this Thursday (the 28th) at 6:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday (the 1st and 2nd of March) at 7:00 p.m. in the Patricia K. Brozek Theatre at North Haven High School. Tickets are $15 for all and are on pre-sale currently from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in the main office of the high school and at the ticket window during nights of the show. Seating is assigned by ticket. (203) 239-1641 is the number for the main office. Please contact Scott Bonito (email@example.com) for more information.