Studio Craft

Guillermo Del Toro is now the director that Tim Burton was

As the two lean towards dark fantasy in their films, Guillermo del Toro’s filmography has remained steadfast as Tim Burton’s has struggled. Alley of nightmares‘s Guillermo del Toro became the revered dark fantasy director who Tim burton decades ago. Armed with an incredible ability to create haunting visuals, develop compelling …

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Verdello hosts artists reception on last 3rd Thursday | Local entertainment

SHERIDAN – Having admittedly “given up” to an artistic career in college, Sheridan’s Polly Burge is now throwing herself into an artist and painter. Burge, 30, and Verdello Olive Oils and Fine Foods hosted an open reception Thursday showcasing his work at the final 3rd Thursday Street Festival of the …

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September Glory – Chicago Reader

We’ve given you plenty of ideas for fall activities to keep in mind as part of our Fall Arts Preview this week, but here are a few other events and exhibits to consider this weekend and beyond. of the. Fri 9/17: Music festivals continue to bring rock sights and sounds …

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Novel Bay adds to its shelves

Check out some of the latest publications that Novel Bay Booksellers, 44 N. 3rd Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, added to its shelves. Maybe you will find your next read here! CHILDREN Earth messages by Jill Harding This charming picture book by Door County author and artist Jill Harding offers simply …

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Here are 7 events to discover this weekend in Rochester

Night market Saturday, September 18, 5 to 9 p.m., Mayo Civic Center Plaza & Rochester Art Center It’s your last chance this summer to experience the Night Market, a new series of events featuring food, games, arts and handmade goods – with a strong focus on Asian vendors and BIPOC …

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Community Church Announcements | Community news

BLAIRSVILLE – Join the Lutheran Church in Hebron, 195 N. Liberty St., Sunday for “God’s Work. Our hands.” Hebron will honor first responders – the firefighters, ambulance and police who serve our community, during our 10:45 am church service, led by Reverend John Smaligo. We celebrate who we are: one …

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Why local open mic parties thrived during the pandemic

Why local open mic parties thrived during the pandemic – [225] Through Maggie Heyn Richardson September 8, 2021 To a songwriter, the first step to testing out a new song – and what it feels like to perform it – is playing it at an open mic party. These reserved …

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Inside Shang-Chi, the MCU movie as culturally significant as Black Panther

Shang-Chi feels like another positive step towards greater representation in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Often criticized for its over-reliance on white and cisgender male superheroes, Marvel has finally started to diversify the lead roles in its recent films, most notably with Black Panther and Black Widow. It’s a welcome …

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Wine dinner, breakfast at the airport, music to remember

Support local Journalism: Find offers for new subscribers on floridatoday.com/subscribe.. Honor and remember the concert The Brevard community group pays tribute to the victims of 9/11 and the group’s founding conductor at Merritt Island High School on Sunday, September 12 at 3:00 p.m., “Remember the Past and Predict the Future.” …

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Feedback from the visit of Estes Park studios | Spotlight on the Estes valley

The Studio Tour is in less than a month. The event offers residents and guests the opportunity to visit home studios: additions, modifications and rooms converted into manufacturing spaces. What would you do with a creative space? What tools do you want to play and explore? This is the fifth …

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