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New This Week from BEAD

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Farmers’ Market Happenings
Stage  
9-10:30am: Joe Peters -original folk
11am-12:30pm: Paul Lauck- singer/songwriter
Showers Plaza
9-11:30am: Tomato Tasting
Near Market Table
8am-1pm         Naturalist at Market
Vendor of the Week
Olde Lane Orchard

BEAD celebrates August with exhibit of new artwork from Norma Pope
BEAD exhibits works by local artist Norma Pope in the City Hall Atrium at 401 N. Morton St. The exhibit will be on display from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays, and evening and weekend hours when City Hall is open for meetings. There will be a public reception for this exhibit from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on August 30. Norma Pope was born and raised in Bloomington where she and her six siblings grew up tending the family farm. When Norma was in her mid-30s and raising five children with her husband, Roy, she started attending classes at IU, where she studied fine arts under Professors Bonnie Sklarskey and Robert Barnes. Her preferred media are watercolor and pastel and her subject matter is usually farm life, with many of her paintings recalling childhood memories of Southern Indiana farms. From 1990 to 2003 Norma was the artist in residence at Billie Creek Village in Rockville, Ind. Her influences include work by T.C. Steele, Vincent Van Gogh, Mary Cassatt and Claude Monet.

Bloomington Cooking School classes

The Art and Science of Sauté and Pan Roasting
Tuesday, July 30, 6-8pm, Matt O’Neill
In his core cooking class, Chef O’Neill will guide students through the steps of this critical culinary technique. Indulge yourself with a great meal while learning the basics of the arts of sauté, deglasé, and finish pan-roasting. $48
Sauce, the Basics: The Power & Mystique of Great Sauces
Tuesday, August 6, 6-8 p.m., Matt O’Neill
This class will illustrate the power and versatility of great sauces, beginning with Béarnaise and the Hollandaise variation often served with fish, continuing with the classical Espagnole sauce served with meat, and finishing with a flavorful dessert sauce. Chef Matt will prepare a lovely dinner accompanied by your prepared sauces. $48
And a few spots left in the Fresh Summer Pasta Class TOMORROW, Sat., August 3,  4-6 pm

This hands-on class is all about fresh pasta. Working together, we’ll make fresh egg pasta served with the classic Amatriciana, a summer vegetable ravioli as well as pear cheese ravioli in a light Alfredo sauce in celebration of summer. We’ll add an arugula salad dressed in lemon and olive oil and Panna Cotta with a berry topping for dessert. $48. Contact jan@bloomingtoncookingschool.com

2013 Governor’s Arts Awards
Governor Pence, First Lady Karen Pence, honorary chair of the Governor’s Arts Awards and the Indiana Arts Commission will honor the 2013 Governor’s Arts Awards recipients during an awards dinner and ceremony on September 26 in Carmel, Indiana.
The 2013 recipients are Christel DeHaan, Cyntha Hartshorn, John Hiatt, Mark Kruzan, Sydney Pollack, and Traditional Arts Indiana. Bedford limestone sculptor William Galloway will create the awards. For more information about the 2013 Governor’s Arts Awards and the recipients, click here.

Stages Bloomington presents Godspell 
A musical production based on the parables from the Gospel of Matthew, performed by a local cast of local high school students. Performances are scheduled at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center Auditorium in Bloomington on Friday, August 2, at 7:00 p.m., Saturday, August 3, at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., and Sunday, August 4, at 2:00 p.m. Featuring a score by Stephen Schwartz, Godspellshowcases a string of well-loved songs, including the international hit, “Day By Day.”  Tickets are $12 in advance or $15 at the door.  Also available is a group rate of $10 on purchases of 15 or more tickets. (Code required, email assistant@stagesbloomington.com for details.) Tickets may be purchased online and in person at the BCT Box Office.

Call for Volunteers – Fourth Street Festival of Arts & Crafts – Aug. 30-Sept. 1
You can make Bloomington’s Fourth Street Festival another success! Volunteers are needed for Fri. night setup (Aug. 30), as well as Sat. and Sun. to booth-sit for artists while they take lunch breaks, deliver water to artists, sell T-shirts, and other varied and sundry tasks. Volunteer shifts are: Aug. 30(any two hours – or more – between 5-9 p.m.), Aug. 31 (any two hours between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.) and Sept. 1 (any two hours between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.) Volunteers will receive this year’s collectible festival T-shirt! Minimum age is 16. Please contact Juliet Roberts at julietcroberts@gmail.com or 812-345-1531 (phone or text). (www.4thstreet.org)

Coming up: Monroe County Civic Theater presents Urinetown
Urinetown by Mark Hollman and Greg Kotis (rights pending) performed SEPTEMBER 5, 6, and 7 at the Bloomington Playwrights Project both under the direction of Eric Anderson, Jr. Time TBA!  Become a Sponsor for Monroe County Civic Theater! Click here for more details!

Setup for Hoosier to Hoosier Community Sale – Aug. 1-23

Hoosier Community Sale (H2H) volunteers will be moving and organizing an incredible variety of goods into their sale location – The Warehouse on S. Rogers Street. Assisting with setup is a great chance to get a sneak peek at the goods! Volunteers will unload the storage trailers, clean and organize. This will involve some heavy lifting for those who are able and willing, but there are many lighter items to be dealt with as well. Several shifts are available each day. H2H is a partnership between the IU Office of Sustainability, the City of Bloomington, Habitat for Humanity and other groups. Minimum age is 18. Groups and individuals are encouraged to volunteer. Please email h2h@indiana.edu or contact Jacqueline Bauer at (812) 349-3837. (www.indiana.edu/~sustain)

IU Art Museum Call for Entries
The Indiana University Art Museum invites area bonsai enthusiasts to participate in a weekend-long popup exhibition at the museum. The trees will be displayed on pedestals October 19 and 20, 2013. This display will take place on the second floor of the Thomas T. Solley Atrium and will be held in conjunction with a short gallery talk and a bonsai demonstration by Mark Fields, member of the Indianapolis Bonsai Club. A reception will be held at the close of the popup exhibition on Sunday, October 20.All programs held in conjunction with this event will be free and open to the public. Those who are interested in displaying their bonsai should contact:  Ann Fields – Coordinator of Curatorial & Educational Programs  ankafiel@indiana.edu  (812) 856-3138

Calling all Arts Organizations, Businesses, Artists and Musicians

Looking for Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations? Clickhere!
Space

Meeting Space Resource List Created by Monroe County Public Library
Creative Collaborative Space Available
Artist Studio Space Available
Artist Studio Space Available at Cyclops Studio
Grants
BUEA Zone Arts Grants – 8/15
Arts Commission Accepting Applications for Capacity Building Grants – NEW!
Tourism Marketing Grant Program- NEW!
Workshops
Bloomington Print Collective – NEW!
Artist Calls
BEAD Forgivable Loan Program
Patricia’s Wellness Arts Cafe
Young Audiences Indiana Seeking Artists
El Norteno Mexican Cuisine Gallery
For Organizations
Fourth Street Festival Non-Profit Community Booths Available
Consulting Services for Nonprofits
Classes
Windfall Dance Studio Classes
Ivy Tech Continuing Education
Bloomington Clay Studio
Ivy Tech John Waldron Art Center
Bloomington Print Collective
Bloomington Watercolor Society
Patricia’s Wellness Cafe
Other
Indianapolis Arts Council E-Newsletter
Tiptoe Through the Tulips with the Ukelele Club
The USA International Harp Competition seeking volunteers

Click here to learn more about these volunteer and BEAD opportunities!
Volunteers Needed
USA Harp Competition Seeking Volunteers
Buskirk-Chumley Theater Volunteer Opportunities
Brought to You by BEAD
Buskirk-Chumley Theater Grant Recipients
How to Use BEAD to Get People to Your Events
Event Banner Program
BEAD T-shirts Now Available
Public Art Trail Information

 

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