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Shelby Artists seeks artists to lead new workshop series
Shelby Artists on Main Inc. is looking for any and all artists in the area to apply to instruct one of six workshops during the coming new year.
Three of these workshops with be for adults and the others for children. Shelby Artists on Main Inc. has received a grant for these workshops, and the goal is to get the community involved either by teaching or learning.
The group’s call for help says it wants to broaden the spectrum of style, type and creativity among those who wish to share their love of art and the process in which to make a concept a reality. Shelby Artists on Main wants to gather as many applications as possible for review and keep them on file for future workshop opportunities while spreading the word to attain new applications every other month.
Applications for the first adult workshop are due on or before Jan. 1. The first workshop will be scheduled for a time frame within the month of January, after an application is selected, and until the end of February before the second round of applications are due.
You can apply by contacting Mary Yaeger at email@example.com.
‘Hepburn Girls’ debuts Sunday
Steve Vest, publisher of Kentucky Monthly magazine will be emcee Sunday for the debut of The Hepburn Girls, a new movie by Ashley Raymer-Brown and Rachael Yeager, who work in Shelby County and use Shelby Countians as actors and contributors. The film will be shown at the Henry County High School Fine Arts Theatre located in New, Castle, at 2 p.m. Sunday. That’s a new time based on potential for inclement weather.
The preshow will involve a mini-concert by the Henry County High School Choir and a screening of the short film (14 minutes) Avarice by Timid Monster Productions. We will also have a brief Q&A (if time allows) with the Directors of the film.
Admission is $10 for adults, and $5 for 17 & under. Ten percent of all admission proceeds will benefit the Henry County High School Choir.
There will be merchandise for sale and a raffle to benefit a local family for Christmas.
There are 400 available seats, and wheelchair accessible seating for 8. Organizers strongly encourage purchasing tickets online by visiting: https://squareup.com/market/proverb-films/the-hepburn-girls-premiere-tickets.
Shelby folks in Oldham show
Performances conclude this weekend Dec. 12-15 for The Nightengales, a new comedy being staged in Pewee Valley that has a decided Shelby County feel.
The show is directed at the at the Little Colonel Playhouse by Rick Reinle of Shelbyville, and among cast members are Dan Hanlon, Pat Wetherton, Betty Zielinski, Ron Veech and Cheryl Van Stockum, all Shelby County residents or veteran performers at Shelby County Community Theatre.
For more information, call 502-588-1557.
Library story hours
Story hours at the Shelby County Public Library, 309 8th St., will be at 10 a.m. for 2-to-3-year-olds and 11 a.m. for 4-to-5-year-olds on Tuesdays; 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. for 2-to-5-year-olds on Wednesdays; 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. for “Baby Time,” birth to 2-year-olds, on Thursdays. For more information or to register for Baby Time, contact 633-3803. Registration is not required for the other ages.
‘Nunsense’ at theater
Shelby County Community Theatre performance dates for the musical Nunsense, are Feb. 14-16 and 21-23, 2014, at 801 Main St. in Shelbyville. For more information, call 502-633-0222.
For more listings of arts and entertainment events, visit www.SentinelNews.com/calendar.