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Arts Briefs: July 27, 2012

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By The Staff

‘Concept Show’ at the Gallery

Ever wonder how artists come up with the ideas for their artwork? Was it a photograph, inspirational music or a vision interpreted over and over again until it was physically drawn on paper or sculpted from clay?

To answer that question, Shelby Artists on Main will host a “Concept Show” at 5-9 p.m. Saturday. Artists from the gallery will be on hand to share their creative process, concept-to-completion methods, and answer questions about how inspiration drives the finished product.

Refreshments will be served, and donations are always welcome.

Now a non-profit organization, Shelby Artists on Main is celebrating its ninth year. The Gallery, located at 617 Main Street in Shelbyville, will be open extended hours through Tuesday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and will feature a special art sale for patrons.

 

Monday movies at Red Orchard

Monday night barn movies start at 8 p.m. at Red Orchard Park. The series will be wrapped up with Pee Wee’s Big Adventureon Aug. 6. Bring a chair. Concessions will be available. Adults will a $5 donation, and kids are free. For more information E-mail clearcreektrailblazers@hotmail.com or visit Facebook at www.facebook.com/clearcreek trailblazers.

 

Summer story time at the park

Summer story time at the Shelby County Parks conclude at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the white house in Clear Creek Park, across from the Family Activities Center. The featured reader is Sherry Bogard. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, call 633-5059.

 

Seniors movies at library

Movies for senior citizens (at least 50 years old) will continue Aug. 10 at the Shelby County Public Library. The new movie schedule beginning in September will be available soon. For movie titles, call the library at 502-633-3803, ext. 11 or E-mail marketing@scplibrary.net.

 

‘Honk Jr.’ coming at theater

Performances for Shelby County Community Theatre’s production of Honk! Jr. will be Sept. 21-23 and 28-30. The musical, based on the story of The Ugly Duckling, was written by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe and is directed by James Ray Morgan.

 

For more events, visit www.SentinelNews.com/datebook.