Monday, September 29, 2008
Pumpkin Carving Contest- At the Boatworks on Saturday, October 18, from 4 to 8 pm. Carving will take place from 4 to 7 pm, with judging and prizes awarded from 7 to 8 pm. Those who register in advance will receive a pumpkin to work with.
Costume Party and Fundraiser- At D'Jais Oceanview Bar & Grill, 1801 Ocean Avenue in Belmar, on Saturday, October 25, from 7:30 pm until closing. Live music, food, prizes, and more. Tickets are limited, so don't delay. For more information, ticket purchase, and downloadable poster, click here.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
We took a break from the feasting to gather outside where Pat recognized Calli Dobrzynski, one of our teen artists, for her contributions to the new mural.
Also Bob Mataranglo, who once again used his contacts to get us the paint, as well as making a really cool 3D piece- the big blue claw crab.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
All around the Boatworks, people are getting ready for the upcoming mural dedication festivities this weekend. The mural itself is getting a little closer to completion, as seen in the above photos from Pat. Meanwhile, Hutch worked on a support for the outdoor stage (bottom photo) that will be part of the event, which will be Sunday, September 28th, beginning at 3 pm.
Friday, September 12, 2008
Last night the Boatworks hosted the most recent Member Salon. All members were invited to put a piece in the show. The well attended event was a platform for each exhibiting artist to discuss their work with peer members.
Saturday, September 6, 2008
The north side mural is almost done. The scaffold is gone, the figures are almost done, and they have some sand to stand on. A little bit of detail and touch up remains, but that should all be taken care of before its official dedication on September 28. For more information about the dedication event, click here.
The BAC will be presenting the BBC drama The Impressionists, as a two part series hosted by Sandy Cook. The lavish production shows how the impressionists stuggled to break into the closed art hierarchy of the French art establishment of the 19th century. It's told through the eyes of Monet, who tells stories about himself, Renoir, Bazille, Cezanne, Manet, Degas, and others, based on actual letters and other documents of the time.
The film will be shown in two 90 minute parts, with discussion to follow each night.
Part 1- Tuesday, September 23
Part 2- Tuesday, September 30
Both nights begin at 7:30 pm at the Boatworks. Admission is free.