Art Notes

ART NOTES

August 05, 2007

Georgia O'Keeffe topic of lecture

The Soroptimist Club of Havre de Grace is sponsoring art-related programs at the town library branch in conjunction with the coming Havre de Grace Art Show.

Colleen Webster, professor of English at Harford Community College, will present a program on Georgia O'Keeffe at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the library, 120 N. Union Ave. Webster will dress as O'Keeffe and show the artist's paintings to tell her life story.

Sculptor Teresa Yost Bennett, a bronze and clay artist, will discuss the process of creating a bronze sculpture from concept to foundry at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

Registration is required through the library at 410-939-6700.

Eclectic exhibit set at Cecil College

Cecil College's Elkton Station Gallery is holding the exhibit Summer Sampler through Aug. 16 at 107 Railroad Ave.

Painting, gouache, collage, ink, turned wood and sculpture will be featured in this eclectic exhibit by artists Ed Friend, Therese Lavery, Heather Levy and John Styer.

Information: 410-287-6060, ext. 207.

Studio 432 presents works of 10 women

Trashy Women III will present its newest exhibit, Goddesses, through Aug. 31 at Studio 432 at 432 Aiken Ave., Perryville.

Ten female artists will display two- and three-dimensional works that range from functional to outrageous.

Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

The artist group will hold art workshops from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays this month at the studio. Workshops include Trashy Treasures II, Credit Card Collage and Tin Can Man II.Information: 410-642-6749.

`Messiah' auditions slated Aug. 25

The Harford Choral Society will hold auditions for singers for the 2007 season's performance of Handel's Messiah from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Aug. 25 at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 1200 Churchville Road, Bel Air.

To schedule an audition, call 410-734-7974 or e-mail info@harfordchoralso ciety.org.

Exhibit tells history of Coast Survey

The Havre de Grace Maritime Museum is showing the exhibit From Sea to Shining Sea: 200 Years of Charting America's Coasts, through Aug. 31 at 100 Lafayette St.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Coast Survey, originally charged by Thomas Jefferson to provide a "complete and accurate chart" of the United States' coasts.

The exhibit explores the Coast Survey's history, accomplishments and scientific contributions, illustrated with photos, charts and artwork.

Information: 410-939-4800.

Visual arts students' work on display

Cecil College is holding its Visual Communications Program Summer Exhibit through Aug. 31 in the Technology Center on the North East campus at 1 Seahawk Drive.

Students from photography and digital imaging summer courses, and middle school students from the Scholars Program will display their work.

Information: 410-287-1054.

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