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- “Figural: Bodies in Print”
- The Turner Print Museum is happy to host “Figuarl: Bodies in Print”, a collaboration between studio art and dance faculty.
- This exhibition brings the vitality of movement and life drawing into conversation with diverse figurative works from the Turner print collection.
- Figuarl: Bodies in Print will be available for viewing from September 20th – November 20th.
- Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday 12-4pm and by appointment.
Global Warming: Causes, Effects & Solutions. Shasta College Community Education course taught by NSCA
Location: Online via Zoom; link will be provided after registration.
Who: North State Climate Action
Dates and Times: : October 5, 12, 1nd 19, 2021 (Tuesdays) 6:30pm-8:00pm.
Price: $15 per session, or $35 for all three.
72% of adults in the US think global warming is happening, and 57% think it is human caused. So most of us think this is an issue, and many want governments and our communities to take action. Even here in the North State, majorities agree and are concerned about global warming: In US Congressional District 1, eleven north state counties, those numbers are 71% and 53%. And in Shasta County, they are 67% and 50%.
But what's the truth about global warming? Many of us have heard that 97% of climate scientists agree that global warming is happening, it's human-caused, and it's serious. The IPCC 6th Assessment Report released in August concluded that it's making wildfires, hurricanes, and floods more intense, and that those increasing impacts will have very real safety and economic consequences. But at the same time, some news outlets tell us that it's a hoax, or it's real but it's not serious, or that even if it's a problem, trying to do anything about it would be way too expensive.
Pete Marsh and Dash Waterbury will address all of these topics and more, with special emphasis on local and regional impacts and actions. Whether you're very concerned about global warming, or skeptical, join this class to understand more about what many consider the most critical issue facing humanity.
Global warming is usually thought of as an environmental issue, and yes it is. But it's even more an economic issue, because it involves the global energy and food sectors, which together are around 20% of global and national GDP. So we'll discuss the global economic implications also, such as policies that would allow the United States to take action without fear that other countries will not act; and to leverage our low-carbon advantage in the global economy. We'll highlight the rapidly changing attitudes of businesses and business groups around the country, many of which have issued official policy statements in the last two years that taking action to combat global warming will cost far *less* than continuing with business as usual. These include the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Business Roundtable, ExxonMobil, the American Petroleum Institute, Google, Microsoft, the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, General Motors, major utilities like Exelon and NextEra, the major reinsurer MunichRe, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the International Monetary Fund, the US Federal Reserve Bank, and many more.
Redding Farmers’ Market Presents Travelers Through Time
Saturday, October 16
9am - 11:30am
Redding Farmers’ Market
777 Cypress ave, Redding
Join Scott Glarson and his Friends, Travelers Through Time. You will surely enjoy listening to songs from this great century
Online Photography Showcase
The Photography and Time showcase for ThinkingAboutPhotography.com is now live and runs until October 18th. Utilizing the mechanics of photography, several artists have transcended the technical to create magical moments: from insomnia-driven wanderings, to examining what happens even before you shoot, to creating floating, ephemeral sculptures in the air. Exploring memory and the passage of time, several artists examine that experience and the sense of longing the journey can leave us with. https://www.thinkingaboutphotography.com/time.
Chico Art Center
Open Studios Art Tour
Gallery Preview Exhibit at Chico Art Center
through OCTOBER 24
Monday - Friday, noon - 4pm
Saturday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm
Open Studio Weekends
October 16-17 & October 23-24
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Chico Art Center
450 Orange Street, Suite 6, Chico
Open Studios Art Tour 2021
When: October 16-17 & 23-24
During the Open Studios Art Tour you'll get to:
• Visit 50+ artists’ homes + studios
• Learn about creative processes
• Collect Northern California art
You can purchase a physical Guidebook for $15 at Chico Art Center, Art Etc., Chico Paper Company, or Ellis Art and Engineering.
You can also purchase a digital code on ChicoOSAT.com for studio locations and artist info.
Want a preview of the tour? Visit the Chico Art Center between October 2-24 for our Gallery Preview Exhibit which will feature one artwork by each artist.
Note: Masks are required for all visitors.
The Virtual Tour is Live through JULY 31, 2022
Shasta College & CNPS Fall Plant Sale
Shasta College Farm
11555 Old Oregon Trail
Shasta College Nursery & Shasta Chapter of CNPS
Friday, October 22 & Saturday October 23
9 AM - 3:30 PM
Cirque Mechanics, Birdhouse Factory
Captivating Circus Meets Artful Storytelling
Friday, October 22
CSU Chico - Laxson Auditorium
“If a production line cranked out adjectives to appraise “Birdhouse Factory,” the results would certainly include exceptional, evocative, eye-catching, ear-catching and, to keep the list short, engrossingly entertaining.” - New York Times
This nostalgic tale set in a 1930’s where a widget factory is transformed by the resourcefulness and creativity of the American worker. The drab factory and its workers come to life and present the classic cirque experience including trapeze, contortionists, clowning, acrobatics, and more. All told through an enchanting tale of love, laughter, flight, and birdhouses.
Fall Festival November 7, from 1-4:00 pm: The Anderson Seventh-day Adventist Church, 2769 Balls Ferry Rd, Anderson
There will be a bounce house, nachos, cotton candy, popcorn, face painting, prizes,
games for all ages.
All indoors, rain or shine!
Free to all!
Contact Karen at: 530-365-3965 or email@example.com
Date: Sunday, November 7, 2021
Time: 1-4:00 pm
Location: Anderson Seventh-day Adventist Church
2769 Balls Ferry Rd, Anderson, CA
Turner Print Museum
Figural: Bodies in Print
through November 20
Gallery open Monday-Saturday
noon-4PM (masks required for all indoor spaces on campus)
Arts and Humanities Building on the CSU, Chico campus
This exhibition, a collaboration between studio art and dance faculty, brings the vitality of movement and life drawing into conversation with diverse figurative works from the Turner print collection. Guest curators include J Pouwels (drawing), Trevor Lalaguna (sculpture), and Megan Glynn Zollinger (dance).
Dance Performance Panel Discussion
Tuesday, October 19 | 5:30 p.m.
Join us for this free virtual event by registering HERE
Discussion of "Then and Back" with Megan Glynn Zollinger (choreographer), Natsumi Kawamura (dancer), Elizabeth Grace Davis (costume designer), and Jeff Oliver (poet). Dance inspired by Jeff Oliver's poem "The Astronomer's Daughter" and the Turner Collection Print Sleepless Night II (1960, etching) by Mathilde Charlotte Rosenthal Ziegler, included in Figural: Bodies in Print.
Gallery Talk with Guest Curators
Tuesday, October 26 | 5:30 p.m.
J Pouwels (Painting and Drawing), Trevor Lalaguna (Sculpture), and Megan Glynn Zollinger (Dance)
Gateway Science Museum
Museum Without Walls
Gateway Science Museum
625 Esplanade, Chico
Lectures will be held on Zoom, Wednesdays at 7 PM
October 20: Sierra Volcanism, Paleo-River Valleys and the Miocene Zoo
-Professor Emerita Cathy Busby, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, UC Davis
October 27: From Mountains to Museums (and back again): Triassic Marine Reptiles in the American West
-Neil Kelley, Assistant Professor, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Vanderbilt University
Weaverville Witches Brigade
Sat Oct 23rd.
Meet at Library at 1:30pm We fly at 2pm.
Witches on bikes take over Weaverville spreading enchantment and prosperity to local businesses
Check the Trinity Journal for tricks and treats offered. This is a non-sponsored, barely organized event.
Please obey all traffic laws. For more info call 530/623-6101
Tehama County Arts Council Presents
“The Art Of Creativity"
October 1 - 30
Reception: October 1
5:30pm - 8pm
Main Event Gallery
710 Main Street, Red Bluff
A variety of art forms will be represented in the Main Event Gallery's Exhibit, "The Art Of Creativity," Oct. 1-30. A reception for the participating artists will be held Friday, Oct. 1, 5:30-8 pm.
Fiber artist, Natalie Caldwell was taught to embroider by her mother and quilting by her grandmother when she was in first grade and she has spent the last 40 years creating her own quilts. She always had a flair for design and architecture.
Natalie's quilts range from traditional patterns to animals and scenic subjects. She looks for things that inspire her. "I tend to choose colors that are vibrant and cheerful, she said. "I love the fact that you can express your uniqueness in your quilts by picking the fabrics, textures and colors. I quilt because it brings joy in my life."
Artist Carl Avery's airbrush murals can be seen on the walls of numerous local public buildings. But this only represents a small part of his artistic accomplishments. "I've always drawn from the time I was a little kid, he said." It was a part of me and just something I did."
When Carl was 13 his father bought him an airbrush and that let him explore other media like automotive paints and enamels. He said, "Because of my passion for art, I started my own business while I was still high school, painting buildings, cars and motorcycles." A Native American, some of Avery's artwork reflects his culture.
SAVE THESE DATES!
MONDAY 11/1 is in/out for ARTWALK show! 10-12 & 5-6
MONDAY 12/6 is in/out for “Art of Hometown” We are excited to see local artists with local hometown interpretations. What a great time of year to honor our great communities in Tehama County and some of its history.
The Main Event Gallery is housed in the historic old 1926 Bank of America building, with its ornate Neo-Classical style architecture. Hours are Thurs.-Sat. 11, am – 5 pm. For information, www.tehamaarts.org or call (530) 941-6465.
Trade School Gala 2021
Support the Trade School
by booking your table or seats
now for the Trade School Gala,
our annual fundraiser.
November 6th, 2021
5 to 9 pm
Red Lion Hotel
StoryWalk at William B. Ide Adobe SHP
Where: William B Ide Adobe SHP, 21659 Adobe Rd, Red Bluff, CA 96080
Who: William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park
Take a self-guided walk in the park and read the empowering and fun story, Yellow Time By Lauren Stringer. This walk is less than ¼ mile. The Visitor Center will also be open. Parking and this activity are free. More information at (530) 529-8599.
The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.
“What’s New with Medicare in 2022” Online Workshops
PASSAGES Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program (HICAP) is offering FREE Zoom Workshops to assist current Medicare beneficiaries make the best choices possible for their health care needs in the upcoming Annual Enrollment Period beginning
October 15th & ending December 7th.
• Tuesday - October 26, November 23
• Wednesday - October 13, November 10, December 1
All upcoming Zoom workshops are held from 10am - Noon
Call us @ (530) 898-6716
Redding Fashion Alliance
QUILTING W/ KAREN
PRINTMAKING ON FABRIC w/ FOUND OBJECTS