The 5.4.7 Arts Center in Greensburg, Kansas was delivered in 5 pieces in the Spring of 2008. The event was in part, about sharing new ideas and innovative practice that bridges substance misuse and recovery, with the arts – moving away from cliched representations of addiction, and critically about exploring ways in which art and artists might have a part in the research agenda.
They identify a variety of audiences for different arts experiences as they engage with more diverse artworks as artists and audiences. Throughout history there have been hundreds of famous artists, so it is no wonder that today it remains one of the most popular and appreciated fine arts.
Work is due no later than Friday, April 14, 2017 and should be dropped off at the LSSU Arts Center Gallery April 10-14 (Monday through Friday noon-4pm) or mailed to Sharon Dorrity, LSSU Foundation, 650 W. Easterday Avenue, Sault Ste. What I thought would be a great break where I could do a lot of my own work has been just as busy as the semesters when I’m teaching.
Lynn Nottage, who has been called as fine a playwright as America has,” started to craft Sweat” in 2011, just before the height of the national malaise, but not before Reading and similar areas were hit by layoffs, plant closings, and general angst.
So I went on a wide paper search, hoping to find something that would make the markers great. Capsule judgement: The total effect of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812” is breathtaking. Since the arts represent the era from which they come, often the message centers on a reflection of the society at the time.