If you are in the Peterborough area, The Water Front is showing at 5:30 p.m. today (July 14) as part of the exhibit, “Water: Mystery & Plight” at the Sharon Arts Downtown Galleries. (Check out Christine Destrempes project.) The Harris Center for Conservation Education cosponsors the screening at the Peterborough Community Theatre, 6 School St., followed by a discussion and reception at the gallery.
This is from their press release:
“The movie The Water Front is a documentary about Highland Park, Michigan and what happened to its citizens when the city government decided their water plant was the city’s only positive financial asset. The city council marketed the water as a commodity to solve the city’s financial woes. Residents, mainly poor and black, saw soaring water bills and lost control of their own water, a basic human need. The Highland Park situation is a microcosm of many other cities, states and countries, and readily available, potable water is becoming rare.”
Ikebana, “living flowers,” is a Japanese style of artistic floral arrangement. Antoinette Drouart, who owns Ikebana Flower in Nashua, demonstrates Tuesday, March 3, at 7 p.m. at the Nashua Public Library (2 Court St., 589-4610). The photo is an Ikebana arrangement created by Drouart.
If you are one of those people who gets out of work at 4 p.m., and if you have an interest in fine wood crafts and painting, the public unveiling of the the Griffith Secretary should be interesting. A long time patron of New Hampshire Furniture Master David Lamb wanted to see what would happen if Lamb and acclaimed New Hampshire painter James Aponovich worked together. The resulting mahogany with ebony and flame birch secretary for patron Diane Griffith has a cabinet adorned with a triptych by Aponovich. The public reception is going on from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 25 in the Governor and Council Chambers in the State House.
Earlier tomorrow, there’s also a gallery tour planned at Sulloway & Hollis Gallery, (29 School St.in Concord) for the exhibit “Synesthesia,” of work by Michael Roundy, Charlie Goodwin, Tom Driscoll and Thaddeus Beal. The 1 p.m. tour is followed by a discussion there called “The Art of Collaboration” at 2 p.m. You’ll year from Lamb, Aponovich, New Hampshire Furniture Master Bill Thomas, artist Tom Meyers, the state’s commissioner of the Department of Cultural Resources, Van McLeod, and Rebecca Lawrence, director of the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts.
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Wen Redmond talks about “The Transfer Process in Contemporary Fiber Art ” May 28, at 7 p.m. at the Levy Gallery in Portsmouth for the the New Hampshire Art Association Artists’ Forum. It’s free and open to the public.