Center for hosting auditions, exhibiting
The Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas, 701 S. Main St., to host auditions for its annual fundraiser, Razzle Dazzle, unveil the “Deeply Rooted: A Glimpse into Southern Lifestyle” exhibit and present a Live @ 5 concert among the events of September. .
“Deeply Rooted: A Glimpse of the Southern Lifestyle” – September 2 to March 5:
The Arts and Science Center will host “Deeply Rooted: A Glimpse into Southern Lifestyle,” an exhibition featuring works from its permanent collection, Thursday through March 5, according to a press release.
“This exhibit, presented in the ASC Altheimer Gallery located at 701 S. Main St., will show the southern way of life from a variety of perspectives. The selection will help convey the narrative of southern culture and its traditions as they are commonly known for its relaxed lifestyle, nature / scenery and community, ”the statement said.
“Deeply South” was hosted by Torri Richardson, the centre’s conservation intern and 2021 graduate from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
UAPB Art Exhibition featuring Amanei Johnson Sep 2 – Nov 6:
The University of Arkansas Art Department at Pine Bluff will host a new exhibit featuring paintings by student Amanei Johnson. An opening reception is scheduled for Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. This exhibit will be on display in The ARTSpace on Main’s loft gallery at 623 S. Main St.
Johnson recently received a $ 1,000 award from the national group Black Girls Who Paint. This exhibition will run until November 6.
Live @ 5 with Wine & Roses – Friday:
The Arts & Science Center will host Wine & Roses during its Live @ 5 concert series from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday. The band was a house band for the Peabody Hotel and currently performs nostalgic music live in Arkansas. The show will take place in the ART courtyard of the ASC ART space on Main, 623 S. Main St.
Admission is $ 5 for center members and $ 10 for non-members. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are provided and guests must be at least 21 years old to enter.
The ASC welcomes jazz, blues and rock’n’roll musicians on the first Friday of each month from February to December. This event is sponsored by MK Distributors Inc., according to the release.
Abstract stockings and wire sculpture workshop – September 16:
Clients are invited to join UAPB art teacher Jonathan Wright as he teaches a unique sculpture workshop from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on September 16 at ARTSpace on Main, 623 S. Main St .
Participants can create artistic abstract sculptures using stockings, wire and wooden blocks. No experience needed. Free wine or beer will be served. This course is limited to 10 participants, aged 21 and over.
The cost is $ 40 for members and $ 45 for non-members. To register, visit asc701.org/adult-classes.
“The miracle worker” – September 17-19:
Tickets are on sale for the Arts & Science Center’s production of “The Miracle Worker.” Veteran CSA artist, director and set designer Kayla Ernest will direct the inaugural production of the Adam B. Robinson Jr. Center Black Box Theater, 627 S. Main St. 19.
Anna Grace Bailey of Monticello and Lily Jennings of Rison play Anne Sullivan and Helen Keller. This production is sponsored by Simmons Bank.
Tickets cost $ 13 for center members and seniors, $ 18 for non-members and $ 10 for students. Tickets can be purchased on asc701.org or by calling (870) 536-3375.
“‘The Miracle Worker’, written by William Gibson, features the classic true story of Anne Sullivan and her pupil Helen Keller. Only Anne realizes that there is a spirit and a spirit waiting to be ‘being saved. volatile relationship turns into lifelong friendship,’ the statement said.
Tinkerfest 2021 – September 18:
The Arts and Science Center is partnering with local organizations to host Tinkerfest, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on September 18.
This year’s event will feature learning fueled by exploration, creativity and discovery through DIY. Representatives from the Delta Rivers Nature Center will bring animal friends and Novel Ts owners and Tour De Bluff creators Sandra and Kenny Fisher will set up a bike shop stand.
Kiosks are always available for organizations wishing to participate. This program is free and open to the public. For details, contact Public Programs Coordinator Shakeelah Rahmaan at [email protected]
Tinkerfest 2021 is sponsored by the Pine Bluff Area Community Foundation.
Minecraft torch workshop for teens – sept. 25:
The Arts and Science Center will offer community youth aged 12 to 17 the opportunity to work with Olivia Valentine canopy in a Minecraft lamp workshop for teenagers. This technique is a type of glassware that uses a torch to melt the glass.
The CSA will be hosting the workshop at The ARTSpace on Main from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on September 25. Participants can learn how to safely create beads and mushrooms using basic glass melting and handling skills.
Registration fees are $ 55 for center members and $ 65 for non-members. The material costs are $ 25. To register, visit asc701.org/youth-classes.
Auditions of “Razzle Dazzle: The Show Must Go On” – September 26-28:
The Arts and Science Center will be hosting auditions for its biennial variety show from September 26 to 28.
Those 16 and over will have the opportunity to show off their talents with a collection of well-known Broadway and mainstream hits. The profits go to the theatrical programming for the young people of the center.
Singers are encouraged to prepare 1 to 2 minutes of music highlighting their vocal abilities.
Music on CD or smartphone, or sheet music will be accepted. An attendant will be available. IPhone users must bring an adapter to plug into the speakers.
Dancers are requested to wear comfortable clothes and shoes and will learn a short dance routine.
Performances will take place November 12-13 at 7:30 p.m. and November 14 at 2:00 p.m. at the Catherine M. Bellamy Theater in the ASC main building. Those who wish to audition must be available for all performances.
This Catherine M. Bellamy Stage fundraising production is sponsored by Relyance Bank.
Torch workshop for adult beginners – October 2:
The Arts and Sciences Center will offer adults 18 and over the opportunity to work with Olivia Valentine canopy in an adult lampwork workshop. This technique is a type of glassware that uses a torch to melt the glass. The CSA will be hosting the workshop at The ARTSpace on Main from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 2.
No experience needed. Customers can learn the beginner steps of using glass and designing miniature sculptures such as leaves, pumpkins, and witch hats. Adults 21 and older can safely enjoy crafts with glass while drinking free wine or beer.
Registration fees are $ 75 for center members and $ 100 for non-members. The material costs are $ 25. To register, visit asc701.org/adult-classes.
Sandra and Kenneth Fisher, shown with their bike shop stand on Family Day 2 on Saturday 2018, will participate in Tinkerfest at the Arts & Science Center on September 18. (Special for advertising)