Mia Capelli Salon - The Monadnock Shopper News
Say You Saw it in The Monadnock Shopper News, August 24 – August 30, 2016
Upcoming Exhibitions And Events
At Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery
Keene State College’s Thorne-Sagendorph Art
Gallery has announced its upcoming exhibitions and
events to be held at the gallery.
Seattle-Havana-Tehran Poster Show will be exhibited from Tuesday, August 30th through Sunday,
December 4th. More than 60 recent contemporary
arts and culture-related posters survey pop culture
and design from the US, Cuba, and Iran, in a major
exhibition coming directly from stops in Seattle,
Havana, and Tehran.
There will be a preview reception with international foods and live music by Boston-based Los Sugar
Kings and New York-based Chakavak Ensemble on
Monday, August 29th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
There will be a roundtable and gallery walkthrough with curators Daniel Smith of Seattle, Pepe
Menéndez of Havana, and Iman Raad of Tehran on
Tuesday, August 30th from 4 to 6 p.m. This will be
the first time the three curators will meet to discuss
InCiteful Clay: Contemporary Ceramics and
Social Commentary looks at artists who have issued
provocative critiques of current social and political
inequities. This exhibit will be held from Tuesday,
August 30th through Thursday, October 20th.
A gallery walk-through with Harvard Ceramics
Program artists Kathy King and Mark Burns will be
held on Tuesday, September 20th from noon to 1 p.m.
A lecture and reception with exhibition curator,
Judith Schwartz, PhD at New York University, will
be held on Thursday, October 13th at 5:30 p.m.
Artist in Residence Katharina Rooney will present the first in a series of residency-based projects at
the Thorne that includes a group of existing pieces,
studies for new works, and documentation of her
artistic process. Rooney will be set up from August
30th through Thursday,
October 20th. She will
have a hands-on ollaborative workshop on Saturday, October 1st from
1 to 3 p.m.
For more details, visit
req. Phone: 603-585-9000. Web: www.fitzwilliaminn.com.
Sumner Night Chapel Sweet Tea Picnic 12-4pm. Woodland Cemetery, 0 Chapel Dr. (off
North Lincoln St.). Musical acts perform; American Folk, World music, Indie Rock, Reggae; food, kids’ games.Donations for the Chapel Restoration Fund.
FAIRS & SALES
Acworth Locavore Festival 10am-4pm. Back field behind Acworth Village Store, 1068
Rte. 123A, South Acworth. Showcases local food and beverage producers and local “farm
to table” restaurants; music; raffle.
Richmond Day: Book Sale, Raffle, and BBQ 9am-2pm. Four Corners, 19 Winchester
Rd., Richmond. Books, DVDs (library, bag sale after noon); raffle; BBQ at noon behind
fire house. Phone: 603-239-6164.
Free Family Bowling 11:15am. Lunch at United Church of Winchester, Fellowship Hall,
corner of Main/Parker sts.; followed by bowling at the ELMM Community Center next
door. Shoe rentals and snacks provided.
Clay Shoot 10am. Associated Sportsman Club, Inc., 696 Royalston Rd., Fitzwilliam; fee;
rain or shine. Phone: 603-585-9038.
Wednesday, Aug. 31
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
Monadnock Art Party: Dragonfly Whimsy 6:30pm. Scores Sports Bar and Grill, 82
Main St., Keene. Create a painting with instruction; everything provided. Reg. online.
Phone: 603-903-5902. Web: www.MonadnockArt.com.
“Identifying Historic Prints” 7pm. Horatio Colony House Museum, 199 Main St., Keene;
free. With Georgia Barnhill, curator of Graphic Arts Emerita at American Antiquarian Society; res. advised. Phone: 603-352-0460. Email: [email protected]
Adult Potluck Luncheon 11:45am-1:30pm. First Cong.
Church of Swanzey, 679 Old Homestead Hwy. (Rte. 32),
Swanzey; handicapped-accessible. Bring a main dish,
salad, or dessert to share; beverages provided. Nancy’s
stories after lunch. 603-352-6689.
LECTURES & WORKSHOPS
Workshop 6:15-8pm. “Extraordinary Self-Healing” at
Cheshire Wellness Center, 3rd floor, Colony Mill Marketplace, West St., Keene, with Dr. Rich Gorsuch, DC; free;
reg. req. Phone: 603-357-5700. Web: www.cheshirewellnesscenter.com.
Thursday, Sep. 1
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
ARTS, MUSIC & THEATER
Photography and Poetry Exhibit Opening 5-7pm.
PLACE: Image and Emotion by Kathleen Williams.
Through Sept. 22nd at Jaffrey Civic Center, 40 Main St.
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