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Jimmy Warner
Design

2007

original concept by
Jimmy Warner

 
April 6th, 6:00 p.m.
First Friday Opening

thru May
1st

Large Gallery:  
"UNDONE"

    

Kiara Pelissier and Debbie Quick


Small Gallery: "
A Spongy Manipulation
of Natural History"

       


John Stuart Berger

about the artist


also the INTERN SHOW

 Coming in May
UPON REFLECTION
Four Major Richmond Artists on Time and the Human Experience
Paul DiPasquale, Jude Schlotzhauer,
Linda Laino and

Susanne Arnold: Earth Bones
 


May 26th, Saturday, 8pm, $5.00
The Field/Richmond Workshop Performance
Reception to follow


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art6
Performance
Series Presents

 May 5, 7 PM, Reading
James Pendleton's latest novel, "Drinkwater's Folly"
Meet the author
Free to Public

 


BEND AN EAR


Three Sundays in May. 4 6 PM
Performances 5/6, 5/13 and 5/20/2007
Shann Palmer presents a variety of
authors reading their original work
(mostly poetry) in conjunction with
sculptor Paul DiPasquale exhibition.
Light refreshments, doors open for
exhibition at 12 PM, readings from
4-6 PM.
$5 suggested donation.

 


May 20th
Featured author J. T. Brown will
discuss and read from his book
Journey to Cherchen and Other
Tales in conjunction with exhibition
and Shann Palmer Presents.
Signing afterwards.
Light refreshments,
doors open for exhibition at 12 PM.
J. T. Brown reads from 4-4:20 PM.
$5 suggested donation
 


MAY 12 &13
Saturday and Sunday
8:00pm $5.00

Myth and the
Healing Temple


Directed by
Janet Rodgers theatre troupe
             
9 members

Exploring the
Babylonian Inanna/Ishtar myth


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