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Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge Day Trip Fundraiser Aug. 27
Poot Peak

All are welcome to join friends of Bunnell Street Arts Center for a relaxing day in Chinapoot Bay at Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge. Fresh gourmet food, great piano music by Johnny B and a small silent auction  benefit the mission of Bunnell Street Arts Center. Depart from Homer Harbor at 11, return at 5 PM. Tickets $150 each or $250 per couple. This event is limited to 24 people and sponsored by Michael and Diane McBride and Carol Swartz. Diane and Carol are Board members of Bunnell.  

 


Sara Tabbert woodcuts and Lisa Wood Pottery on exhibit August 5, Evy Ohlson concert follows opening at 8 PM.
Tabbert Driftwood

Fairbanks woodcut artist, Sara Tabbert exhibits with Homer potter, Lisa Wood this month.  Tabbert has shown her carved relief panels and woodcuts recently in Fairbanks, Seattle, and Anchorage.  Her work can be found in collections at the Anchorage Museum, UAF's Museum of the North, the Rasmuson Foundation, the Alaska State Museum in Juneau, and Swedish Hospital in Seattle.  Her studio and home are in the lowlands of Goldstream Valley just north of Fairbanks.  Tabbert also works actively in the Artist in the Schools program, and will be doing projects with students across the state in the 2011-2012 school year. Lisa Wood has shown her rich wood-fired ceramics at Bunnell for fifteen years. This is Lisa's second exhibit at Bunnell.

 

 

After the Opening: Homer-grown singer Evy Olson & Joe Whitteberry (stand up bass, vocals, and guitar) in concert at 8 PM. Evy & Joe have been playing original & cover tunes together on the Kenai Peninsula since 2006. Their sound is very bright, buttery and  lighthearted. As the Santa Barbara Independent states, "Folk songstress Evy Llyan's sound is a gentle and idyllic mixture of Jeff Buckley and Crosby, Stills & Nash, though altogether much more feminine..." Donations for the concert are appreciated.

 

 

 

 

Noah Seitz Recital raises funds for a New Cello,  August 18
Cello recital

Noah Seitz is adjunct professor of cello at Pacific University, where he coaches string quartets, and sits principal in the university orchestra. Noah went to University of North Texas, University of Missouri Kansas City, and the Univerity of Oregon, where he was a Graduate Teaching Fellow. He studied with Carter Enyeart (UNT and UMKC) and with Steve Pologe (University of Oregon). Noah is married to Keizer Academy of Music and Arts Director and pianist, Sara Greenleaf Seitz. Sara is a close friend of Homerite, Tia Pietsch, who is sponsoring Noah and Sara's Homer concert. Click learn more to find out how Noah is progressing in his goal to raise funds for a new cello. 

Homer writer Tom Reed new adventure novel, photos Aug 17
Reed cover

Armed with a backpack full of hiking gear, a sharp eye and a bold pen, Reed explores the wild landscape, diverse people and fascinating cultures of southern Chile and Argentina while embarking on an unflinching and honest journey to examine his own beliefs, yearnings and experience... From the summits of high Andean peaks to the depths of his most personal thoughts and spiritual ideals, Reed seeks to discover what it means to be at home in this world and in your own skin. Amazing photos accompany a remarkable journey.

Booksigning and sale after reading, 5:30 PM, Wednesday, August 17.  

Smogor & Terpening offer Art Adventure, Hesketh Island 8/18
Girls NIght Out

Enchanting Hesketh Island in Kachemak Bay provides the backdrop for this fun and engaging photographic adventure. Photographer Linda Smogor and artist, photographer Kim Terpening lead this overnight workshop for beginning to intermediate photographers eager to improve their visual skills using a digital camera. Learning to work with available light in a natural setting, viewing the landscape with attention to details you never knew were there, combining people and place to create stories are skills that will be covered during your time together on Hesketh Island. For more information email: info@bunnellstreetgallery.org. Meet 9 am 8/18, return 1 pm 8/19.

 

 

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CALENDAR 

SARA TABBERT and LISA WOOD Artist Talk, 6 pm
August 5

CLARINET concert Mark Wolbers August 9, noon, no charge

CELLO RECTAL
Noah Seitz, Cello
Sara Greenleaf Seitz
Piano, August 15

TOM REED
share his new novel, "The Other Side"  August 17

GIRLS NIGHT OUT
photo-art adventure
with Smogor & Terpening, Aug 18

EXCURSION
Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge lunch, concert, art
August 27

ANDRES CONDON Acoustic guitar and vocals concert listen
Sept 2, Islands & Ocean Auditorium

SHERYL MAREE REILY  exhibit September

RACHELLE DOWDY "Juggernauts"
sculpture exhibit October

HELEN, a comic play about Helen of Troy by Elizabeth Ware  wit Oct. 14

NICOLAS GALANIN
installation, Nov.

GAYE WOLFE
portraits, December

EVENING OF OPERA Dec. 23

PLATE PROJECT ongoing exhibit while plates last! $250 and $100 Membership premiums

   

BUNNELL'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
President
   Rika Mouw
Vice President
  Gaye Wolfe
Secretary
  
Diane McBride
Treasurer
   Michele Miller
Directors
   Brianna Allan
   Maura Drais
   Sandy Gillespie
   Flo Larson
   Eva Saulitis
   Jo Michalski
   Art Koeninger
   Amy Sulczynski
   Carol Swartz
   Ann-Margret               Wimmerstedt

staff
   Asia Freeman,
Exec./Art. Director
   Adele Groning,
Assistant Director