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Portsmouth Art Guild Exhibits Works on Love

Friday, June 27th, 2008


The Portsmouth Arts Guild is holding “Toujours l’Amour: An Exhibition of Love,” an exhibition of regional artists’ interpretations of love. The opening reception is Thursday, July 3rd, from 6 to 8pm. Also on display will be work by: Anne Winthrop Cordin, John Tolley, May Ann Martin, Libby Gilpatric, P.J. Renwick, John Forasté, Jerry Landay, Martha MacNaught, Carol Gates, Lenny Rumpler, Carol Lynn Hall, Wanda Perkowska Coderre, Rita Heymann, and Toni Petersen. Refreshments will be served and the event is free and open to the public. Handicap accessible.

The show runs from July 3rd through July 27, 2008. Regular gallery hours are Thursday through Sunday from 1 to 5pm. Free.

The Portsmouth Arts Guild Center for the Arts is located at 2679 East Main Rd. next to St. Paul’s Church in Portsmouth, RI. 401-293-5ART  www.PortsmouthArtsGuild.org. info@PortsmouthArtsGuild.org. Parking is available across the street at East Main Studios.

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Telling Stories on RI PBS

Friday, June 27th, 2008

I wanted to let you know that my movie, Telling Stories, will be on Rhode Island PBS next Thursday, July 3, at 10:30pm. RI PBS is broadcast channel 36 or Rhode Island cable channel 8. The video is a half hour, and explores the process and politics of archaeology. Thanks to all that have helped with this project- Lee Fearnside

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“A Common Thread” – the 11th Annual Sculpture Exhibit

Friday, June 27th, 2008

What:             “A Common Thread” – the 11th Annual Sculpture Exhibit
                        at the Four Corners Arts Center
 Who:               Presented by the Four Corners Arts Center and sponsored by
                        Coastal Roasters.

When:             Opening Reception, July 13, 2008   -  3-5 PM
                        The Exhibit is free and open to the public during daylight hours
                        from June 29th through Labor Day Weekend excepting during
                        private events at The Meeting House.                                                       
  Where:           The Meeting House, 3850 Main Road, Tiverton, RI 02878
 The Four Corners Arts Center is pleased to announce the 11th Annual Sculpture Exhibit at The Meeting House at Tiverton Four Corners.  This years works have been curated by James Montford, Interim Director of the Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College.


The theme of this year’s exhibit is “A Private Moment.”  Curator Montford has noted that “the works all combine to examine and provide dialogue about place in terms of a conceptual awakening….. The role of the artist here is one connected to their materials as an expression of art as a vehicle for change thus celebrating the transformative power of art.” 

This year’s exhibit includes the work of five New England artists: Gabriel Warren, Suzan Shutan, Norma Anderson, Claudia Widdis, and Troy West.

Gabriel Warren’s “Piestrion: Column 11” is fabricated of stainless steel and sits at the top of a small knoll behind the Meeting House.  Inside a shell of polished stainless steel the viewer finds polished beach rocks as a counterpoint to the steel.

Suzan Shutan, who has exhibited Europe as well as locations in the United States, has produced six works.  “Spiral” is built from pine cones and chicken wire.  Her other works are woven from common hardware store plastic fishing line tape.  These include “Phytoplankton” and a Tree Weave series of bright colored tape.

Norma Anderson Fox’s work, “Recycled Horse” is a construction of a horse from recycled materials.  In her artist statement she reflects on her Norwegian background for creating handmade objects. Norma has also studied etching and engraving in France.

Claudia Widdiss’s selections include two works: “Free” and “Joyful Noise.”   Born in Harlem, Claudia has studied sculpture in England and Italy.  Currently, she is teaching sculpture at Eastern Connecticut State University. 

Troy West, an architect, educator, and artist has four pieces in this exhibit including “Warrior”, “Sentinel”, “Ode to Constructivism”, and “Freedom Flag”.  All are painted steel construction.  Troy has won numerous awards and recognition for work to revitalize neighborhoods and housing.

In addition to this year’s summer exhibit, there is an earlier work on display.  In the “pond” adjacent to the Meeting House, Lori Silvia of Little Compton has built a series of water sculptures as part of a Master’s Thesis at The Radcliffe Institute Landscape Design Program. Her work is entitled “Emerge” and represents sculptures joining with nature.  There are floating glass bubbles, balanced stones, and other natural materials forming a nest and other familiar forms. 

For more information about the artists and artist’s statements about their work, visit www.fourcornersarts.org.

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Children’s fiddle camp to perform at Crescent Carousel, Riverside, Friday, June 27, 4pm

Friday, June 27th, 2008

Fiddler Michelle Kaminsky has been teaching a children’s fiddle camp over the last few weeks.

Want to find out what the students have been learning and playing?

This year’s  Fiddle Camp will be playing FRIDAY, June 27th, at 4pm at  
the Crescent Park Carousel, in Riverside.

Performing will be
Kelsey Breen,
Denali Kikuchi
MacKenzie Daly
Faith Allen
Sarah Finnerty
Isabel Moulds

We should be starting promptly at 4 and play for around 20 minutes!!

We hope you’ll come and join us for fiddle tunes and a ride on the  
carousel, and maybe some clamcakes and chowder after!



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Painter Dora Atwater Millikin at Newport Art Museum

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

http://www.arts.ri.gov/img/Fisherman%27s%20Altar,%2040X52,%20%20%20%20%20%20oil%20on%20linen.JPG Painter Dora Atwater Millikin will give an informal gallery talk at the Newport Art Museum on July 10 beginning at 5:30 pm. This free event is part of Newport Gallery Night. Millikin’s work is featured in “Dora Atwater Millikin: Geometry of Place”, running through August 12.



About Dora Atwater Millikin: Dora Atwater Millikin grew up in Little Compton, Rhode Island. She holds a BFA in Painting, Drawing and Art History from Newcomb College (Tulane University in New Orleans) and a BFA in Painting from the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts. She is the recipient of the Edwin Gould Foundation Award from the National Arts Club in NYC (2002), a John Stobart Fellowship from the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts (2002) and the Joseph Hartley Memorial Award for Oil from the Annual Non-Members Exhibition at the Salmagundi Club in NYC (2005). Millikin is a member of the Providence Art Club and serves on the Board for the Art League of Rhode Island as their Exhibitions Chair. She is represented by several galleries in Rhode Island and Massachusetts and her work is included in private collections in Europe and the United States.

About the Newport Art Museum: The Newport Art Museum’s collections and exhibitions focus on the visual artists of Newport and southeastern New England, reflecting both the rich heritage of the past and the lively art scene of the present. The Newport Art Museum is located at 76 Bellevue Avenue across from Touro Park. Admission: $6 adults; $5 seniors; $4 Military and students with valid ID; Museum members and children under 5: no charge.

By donation Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. Hours: daily 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday noon to 4 p.m. Hours extend to 5 pm, Memorial Day to Labor Day. Group tours: call (401) 848-2787. For more information call (401) 848-8200 or visit www.newportartmuseum.org

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The 2nd Annual Battle of the Bands

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

The 2nd Annual Battle of the Bands, a musical competition featuring prizes of cash and musical instruments, will again pick up the beat for area student and youth musicians on Sept. 13.

The competition, which will take center stage from 1 p.m.-4 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket’s Elson Clubhouse on School Street, is open to performers from two age groups: 12-14 years of age (or grades 6-8) and 15-18 years of age (or grades 9–12). Bands from Rhode Island and surrounding communities are invited to enter.

Three collective musical categories will be judged: Rock and Blues; Rap, Hip-Hop and Rhythm & Blues; and Latino and World Beat. After taking the stage, each competing band will have 12-15 minutes to impress the audience and judges. Cash prizes will be awarded to the winner in each category, and musical instruments donated by local merchants also will be awarded. In addition, all participants will be eligible for raffle prizes. Every band will receive a Certificate of Participation.

One of many events and activities during the 2008 Pawtucket Arts Festival, which runs Sept. 3–Sept. 21, the competition with its array of pop culture sounds is being hosted by the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket and is being sponsored by the Pawtucket Arts Festival and The Times.


            Applications can be picked up at the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket or downloaded at www.bgcpawt.org or www.pawtucketartsfestival.org. The deadline for submitting applications, which must be complete in order to be accepted, is Sept. 5. Winners will be announced at the event, with their photographs submitted to the local print and broadcast media.

            Questions should be directed to Allan Young, ((title)) at the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket, at 722-8840 or ayoung@bgcpawt.org.

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Horror – You Be the Judge night

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

The Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) is nationally recognized as the largest film festival in New England. On Saturday, June 28th RIIFF will host a special horror You Be the Judge night at 10:30 p.m. at the Narragansett Theater, showcasing the first of this summer’s “Late Night Monster Movie” series.The “You Be the Judge Night” is an exciting opportunity for the Rhode Island community to participate in making the final selections for RIIFF’S RI International Horror Film Festival, slated for October 23-26th. Audience members will have a chance to judge films and their written feedback will be used by the festival staff in determining which films will make the final cut for the horror fest this fall. The “Late Night Monster Movies” series will include both feature length and short films. This Saturday’s zombie flick boasts “When the Dead rise, the cameras roll!”RIIFF accepts work of any subject matter and every genre. This includes horror, dramatic, documentary, and animation. In 2002, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognized RIIFF as a qualifying event for the Short Films Oscars. Out of over 7,000 film festivals worldwide, RIIFF is one of only 61 festivals to hold this honor.

The “You Be the Judge ‘Late Night Monster Movies’” will take place at the Narragansett Theater, 11 Pier Marketplace, Narragansett, RI 02882.


Date: “Late Night Monster Movies” will premiere its first feature length horror flick on Saturday, June 28th. Blood curdling screenings will continue every Saturday night throughout the month of July.

Time: 10:30 p.m.

Cost: Tickets are $7. 21+ Drinks will be sold at theater. The Narragansett Theater is a free standing building located in Pier Marketplace. The cinema has been recently renovated into a three-theater structure to better suite film festivals, local films, and live entertainment. The lobby has also been transformed into a cafe, where guests can lounge in plush chairs and sofas while enjoying healthy treats (although they still carry snow caps and pop corn popped in canola oil.) For more information, visit

www.Goldstandardsocialclub.com or call (401) 782-2077. 


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Wednesday, June 25th, 2008


Tthe weekend of July 11th Bellini Ruggeri Gallery will be the place to be.  They will be hosting a sidewalk sale featuring framed vintage original London Illustrated from the 1800s, framed and unframed modern prints at prices as low as $35.  The sale will occur July 10th- 12th and it is certainly something that you won’t want to miss. 

Bellini Ruggeri Gallery is also once again opening its door to new artists over the summer. One artist to look for is Li Bo whose oil paintings are already on the gallery walls.  As well as welcoming new artists, the gallery continues to show old favorites including works by Rhode Island Masters, such as George Hays, Antonio Cirino, Maxwell Mays, C.G. Harris, H.A. Dyer and G.W. Whitaker.  The gallery also continues to show work by local artists such as, Susan Fossati and Angelo Rosati.  The eclectic collection offers something for everyone, so next time you’re wandering Wayland Square make sure to stop in and see what catches your eye.
For more information contact:
Brittany Bert
Bellini Ruggeri Gallery
182 Wayland Square Providence, RI

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Audition Notice

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008



Audition Notice

Theater of Thought will hold auditions for its next 2 productions

Hugging the Shoulder by Jerod Bogard (performs late July – early August)

Brilliant Traces by Cindy Lou Johnson  (performs late October – early November)

Auditions will be held

Sunday, June 29th 2-6pm

Gold Standard Social Club @ Narragansett Theater

11 Pier Marketplace  Narragansett, RI 02882




Hugging the Shoulder:  2 men, 1 woman late twenties

Brilliant Traces:  1 man late twenties-early thirties

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Wednesday, June 25th, 2008


Join us Friday, July 11th at 7pm for an Olympian celebration of the

Athenaeum’s 170th birthday at 251 Benefit Street! The ceremonies will

include tributes to our patron goddess, Athena – and our new bust of her

will be installed above the library’s Circulation Desk, that she might

cast her knowing gaze over books and members alike. Our advisor for the

evening’s activities is poet Brett Rutherford, who has studied the

classical tradition of icon induction. Expect an Athenaeum twist on



The event is free and open to the public, befitting these words spoken

by Francis Wayland at the opening of the Athenaeum on July 11, 1838:


“Let us all cheerfully unite, fellow-citizens, in every reasonable

effort to elevate the standard of social and intellectual character

among us. Let us abandon, forever, and forget that they ever existed,

all local and petty distinctions. Let us not labor for the east side or

for the west side, but for the city of Providence .”


He then added the following:


“In every useful and public-spirited object , let every hand beat time,

all our hearts be in unison; and if money be needed to accomplish it,

let our wealth flow out like water.”


Which is just to say that gifts of tribute, while not expected, will

neither be refused!


Nectar and ambrosia – or earthly equivalents – will be served. Please

join us!

The Providence Athenaeum

251 Benefit Street

Providence, RI 02903



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Navy Band Northeast performs at the Newport Art Museum

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

“Navy Band Northeast” performs at the Newport Art Museum onJuly 9th beginning at 6:30 pm. This 35-piece wind ensemble concert band

plays light patriotic selections, classic American and Dixieland tunes.

Bring a blanket, lawn chairs and a picnic. This PM Musical Picnic is free

for everyone. Weather permitting. Listen to WADK 1540 AM for cancellation

notices. Visit www.NewportArtMuseum.org or call (401) 848-8200 for general information. (No advance reservations.)The Newport Art Museum’s 2008 PM Musical Picnic series is sponsored by


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Worcester Center for Crafts: call for entry

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008


NOVEMBER 28, 29 & 30, 2008

Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA



You can still apply!


The Worcester Center for Crafts is looking for talented artisans in all

mediums to apply for our Annual Festival of Crafts, to be held November 28,

29 & 30, Thanksgiving Weekend.

The Worcester Center for Crafts’ Annual Thanksgiving Festival of Crafts is

one of the highest quality and most anticipated craft festivals in New

England. Held Thanksgiving Weekend, November 28, 29, & 30, the show will

feature the work of 50 juried craftspeople from throughout the Northeast in

a variety of media including pottery, metals and jewelry, photography, wood,

glass, and fibers.



www.WorcesterCraftCenter.org Applications will not be mailed and are only available on our website.


Caitlin O’Connor

Organization Advancement Manager

Worcester Center for Crafts

508-753-8183, x3019


Questions? Email coconnor@worcestercraftcenter.org Visit our site:

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November 28, Friday, 10am – 5pm

November 29, Saturday, 10am – 5pm

November 30, Sunday, 11am – 4pm


Send your application to:


Worcester Center for Crafts

Attention: Caitlin O’Connor

25 Sagamore Road

Worcester, MA 01605

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Pawtucket Arts Festival Announces Events Schedule, Seeks Volunteers

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

A free “Pops in the Park” concert (performed by the Rhode Island Philharmonic), the Festival Gala, Dragon Boat Races and Stone Soup Folk Festival will headline events at this year’s 10th Annual Pawtucket Arts Festival. Officials have said that volunteers will be needed throughout the traditional fall celebration, slated for Sept. 5-Sept. 21 at various locations in Pawtucket.

“Volunteers are most needed at the Festival Gala, which will take place from 4 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Sept. 5 at the Slater Mill Historic Site,” said Cheryl DiGiuseppe, the Arts Festival’s Volunteer chairperson. “Thousands of people flock to Gala Night, so we heavily depend upon volunteers for nearly everything: dispensing food and drink, setting up and cleaning up, collecting tickets, selling festival merchandise and assisting with parking.

Also needed are volunteers for the Dragon Boat Races on September 6 from 8 a.m. –5 p.m. at the School Street Pier, the Stone Soup Folk Fest on Sept. 13 & 14 at Slater Memorial Park and the RI Philharmonic Pops in the Park on Sept. 13 at Slater Memorial Park.

Many of the events are free. Main events will take place at the Blackstone Valley Visitors Center, Slater Memorial Park, Slater Mill and the School Street Pier. 

Additional information and a full listing of events can be obtained by calling Diane Agostini at (401) 724-5200 or visiting www.pawtucketartsfestival.org.

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Nick Hollibaugh and Joshua Enck – winners of the Pawtucket Gateway Design Competition

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

The City of Pawtucket and the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley Historic Heritage Corridor are pleased to announce that the team of Nick Hollibaugh and Joshua Enck is the winner of the Pawtucket Gateway Design Competition.  Their design for a new sculpture to be located in front of the Visitor Center on the corner of Main Street and Roosevelt Avenue in Pawtucket was selected by a panel of jurors from three finalists in the competition.  The artists created a sculpture they named “Canter and Shed”, a pair of painted metal structures designed to recall smokestacks, buttresses, and rooftop landscapes, inspired by the buildings of Pawtucket.  
Artists Donald Gerola and Kenneth Speiser, were also selected by a jury of design professionals to participate in the competition based upon the strength of their portfolios and body of experience.  All three of the entries created scale models of their concepts ranging from three feet to five feet high which represented sculptures that would be up to 30 feet high. 
The artists worked for the past 5 months developing concepts and creating scale models which are currently on display in the Visitor Center, 175 Main St., Pawtucket.  Awards of $1,500 each have been presented to the three participants for their design work.  The team of Nick Hollibaugh and Joshua Enck will receive an additional $4,500 for winning the competition and preparing construction drawings for the fabrication of the sculpture.
The Competition was sponsored by the City of Pawtucket and the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley Historic Heritage Corridor Commission.  The focus of the competition was to create an innovative design inspired by the Blackstone River, Blackstone Valley, Industrial Revolution and the Pawtucket Arts and Entertainment District that responds to the unique diversity of the city’s architecture and urban landscape.  The budget for the sculpture is $50,000 which will be raised from private donors.
The City of Pawtucket has become well known for the Annual Pawtucket Arts Festival and its commitment to the visual and performing arts.  At the heart of the arts movement is the Visitor Center where the sculpture will be located.  The Visitor Center houses two art galleries, a theater company, a movie theater and is host to numerous art and public events throughout the year.   The Visitor Center serves the City of Pawtucket, the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley Historic Heritage Corridor, the Slater Mill Historic Site (birthplace of the Industrial Revolution), and it is an official Tourism Center for the State of RI. 
The panel of jurors that selected the finalists and the competition winner includes James Barnes, Prof. of Architecture, RISD; Howard Ben Tré, Sculptor; Roseann Evans, Professor of Architecture, Roger Williams University;  Luke Mandle ,          Architect, Two Ton; Martha Werenfels, Architect, of Durkee, Brown, Viveiros, Werenfels, Architects.

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News from the Warwick Museum of Art

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

This month at the Warwick Museum of Art:

  • Summer Art Camp 2008 Enrollment
  • Unexpected Company – Every Sunday at 7:17 p.m.
  • Important June Update


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Paula Martiesian at Bert Gallery

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

Summer 2008 contemporary Pocket Show Series opens in July with our first exhibit:

Contemporary Rhode Island Artist
Paula Martiesian

July 8th – August 1stUpcoming Gallery Night:  Thursday July 17th

540 South Water Street, Providence, RI 02903

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Foster Summer Concert series

Monday, June 23rd, 2008




Thursday, July 3
Star Creek Ceili Band, based in Foster, RI, was founded by Matt Cook and Don Lurgio in 2006, and plays tradition Irish music with Matt on Uilleann Pipes, flute and whistles, Don on fiddle, guitar, mandolin and bodhran, and Kevin Fallon on guitar, fiddle and tenor banjo.
Matt began performing at age 12 with the Old Sturbridge Village Fife & Drum Corp in Sturbridge, Massachusetts and later performed for local barn and contra dances. In the ’90′s he formed a group along with Will Hare & Gary Palmer called Fullgael which played all things Celtic and drew notoriety at numerous Irish Festivals, St. Patrick’s Day concerts, Scottish Games & Robert Burns Nights throughout Connecticut. While living in Winchester, Virginia; Matt recorded with Kindred Spirits and Morning Star Consort.
Don has played in a number of area bands including Hot Water and Bill Hall and Northwind Bluegrass. He became interested in traditional Irish music after making two trips to Ireland with his family. Don has also performed as a solo violinist playing in area restaurants including The Post Office in East Greenwich, Gianfranco’s Ristorante and Bar in Johnston and Bela Resturant in Smithfield.

                               Thursday, August 14
Big Shoe String Band This acoustic trio consisting of guitar, fiddle, mountain dulcimer  and Celtic harp play a variety of musical styles including old-time, French Canadian, Irish, country blues and a few sea shanties, just to round out the mix.
Their upbeat performances delight audiences of all ages. They will surely have you tapping your feet, singing along and maybe even dancing a bit!

Both programs take place at the Foster Fairgrounds
(behind 181 Howard Hill Road, Foster)
Rain location: Foster Town House, Foster Center Baptist Church, respectively.
Bring supper, blankets, lawn chairs.
Refreshments will be available.
Free to the public, but we will pass the hat.

For additional information, visit www.fosteringArts.org, or call 392-1322
e-mail: elwood@notaol.com

         Peeptoad Coffeehouse
         81 East Killingly Road (home of the No. Foster Baptist Church)
Saturday, July 5 – 7:30pm
Village Harmony is a collaboration of young musicians dedicated to exploring unusual harmony singing traditions from across the world.  The ensemble has been featured on Prairie Home Companion, at Festival 500 in Newfoundland, the Musica Sacra Festival in Germany, the Sidmouth International Festival in England, and twice at the Eastern Division ACDA convention.  The concerts specialize in authentic harmony singing from community musical traditions throughout the world, as well as a wide spectrum of vocal techniques and timbres.
Suggested Donation:  $8 adults/$5 kids under 12/$25 family maximum

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Call to artists

Monday, June 23rd, 2008























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A Cabaret Performance

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

What:             “Irving Berlin: The Voice of Everyman” 
                        A Cabaret Performance with Bobbi Carrey and Will Mc Millan,
                        Doug Hammer Accompaniment
Who:              Presented by the Four Corners Arts Center
 When:            July 12, 2008   -  8 PM

Where:           The Meeting House, 3850 Main Road, Tiverton, RI 02878
                          Tickets are $15 in advance purchased on line at               www.fourcornersarts.org/  $20 at the door.  Seating is limited  
 The Four Corners Arts Center is pleased to announce an evening concert of “Irving Berlin: The Voice of Everyman” with noted cabaret artists, Bobbi Carrey and Will McMillan, Doug Hammer, Accompaniment.

From “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” in 1911 to “Count Your Blessings” in 1954, Irving Berlin was the voice of Everyman, putting into words and music what everyone felt to be true about their lives. He wrote tender love songs, waltzes, novelty songs, in many genres, including “God Bless America” and “Say it Isn’t So”.

In appreciation of Berlin’s genius, this show by Bobbi Carrey and Will McMillan offers songs by-and stories about-Irving Berlin. Bobbi Carrey, of Boston and Little Compton, and Will McMillan have performed cabaret throughout New England.  In addition to Irving Berlin, their shows feature the music and songs of Richard Rodgers, Hollywood, Broadway, and Love.

Bobbi Carrey first CD was “Between the Wars: Music from 19018-1941” and with Will McMillan has produced “If I Loved You” in 2004. They have performed at the Center for the Arts in Natick, Harvard Pops, Scullers Jazz Club, and Cabaret Fest! in Newburyport and Provincetown in addition to numerous other venues throughout New England.

For more information visit www.fourcornersarts.org.

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Poetry and Blues at Tazza

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

*Mark Milloff & **Mairéad Byrne present:*Tues 6/24*couscous@tazza*

MUSIC 8.30-10pm*

Blues with Jim Chapin & Henry Gould; Mark Milloff*

POETRY 10-11pm*

Mairéad Byrne; Stuart Blazer; Peter Covino; Justin Katko (screen@tazza),

Clea Liquard; PJ Rountree*

MUSIC* *11pm-midnight*


www.tazzacaffe.com Free 


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