|Area Arts Events: 05-17-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 17 May 2013 10:26|
Magrum hosts piano recital
The students of Cheryl Magrum will have their spring piano recital Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Wood County District Public Library.
The students are: Emma Bahnsen, Alex Boyer, Nash Boyer, Laurel Emily Bruhl, Michaela Desmond, Jesiah Foreman, Micah Foreman, Kathryn Fyfe, Matthew Fyfe, Jack Hanus, Samuel Hise, Miranda Lentz, Jenna Magrum, Sydney Magrum, Gabriel Morin, Grace O'Hare and Macy Thomas.
Playshop announces season
WATERVILLE - The Waterville Playshop announced its forthcoming season at its annual meeting held last week.
Scheduled productions are:
• "Anything Goes" directed by Matt Zwyer, October 18-20.
• "Over the River and Through the Woods" directed by Joe Barton, Feb. 14-16.
• "The King and I", directed by Sam Macera, May 9-11.
All productions will be at the Maumee Indoor Theatre.
The troupe also bestowed its Playshop Spirit Award to Deb Harley The award is given to a member who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, dedication, involvement and support as a member for at least five years.
Macera also took over as chairman of the Playshop's board.
Toledo Art Museum asks
patrons to make videos
TOLEDO - The Toledo Museum of Art patrons will have an opportunity to help celebrate International Museum Day with a Museum Day Video Challenge.
TMA wants to see what visitors love about the museum. Patrons are invited to record a short video clip of themselves explaining why they believe a visit to TMA is a memorable experience. Submissions can be up to 60 seconds long and must be filmed at TMA. Participants will then upload the videos to YouTube and send a link to the museum via a form on the museum's website.
Entrants are encouraged to film videos in areas that they particularly enjoy, whether it be the main museum building, the Glass Pavilion, the Welles Sculpture Garden or anywhere else on the grounds. The question is open-ended, and possible video topics include a favorite work of art, a powerful memory, an impact the museum has had on visitors personally and more.
Winners will receive museum gift cards and have their videos featured on the TMA website, as well as the museum's YouTube and Facebook pages.
International Museum Day aims to raise awareness of the role museums play in the development of society. Thousands of museums participate worldwide. This year's theme is "Museums (Memory + Creativity) = Social Change."
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