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We're in need of the following items:
- A Mac laptop
- Kids' bathing suits and white t-shirts for Dance Palace Camp
- Digital cameras (perhaps you've upgraded?)
- Card Tables
- Matching comfortable chairs for our lobby
Jeremy Morgan, MFA has been facilitating artists’ seminars for the Lucid Art Foundation for over five years. He is a professor of painting at the San Francisco Art Institute and has taught at the Arts and Consciousness Department at the John F. Kennedy University in Berkeley. Jeremy is a painter and has exhibited his work internationally.
Seminar Description: This seminar is for professional painters or painters who are ready to show their work to the public. The aim is to expand artists’ understanding and relationship to their artwork by exploring the non-representational aspects of the inner worlds as well as encouraging dialogue about arts and consciousness.LEARN MORE
Ricardo Diaz is offering this Flamenco - World Rhythms Percussion Workshop for kids age 6 to 10. Students will have fun expressing them selves with this one-hour interactive program as an introduction to interesting drums and percussive instruments from around the world. The kids will learn basic hand drum and percussion techniques, ‘talk’ to one another using drums and make their own rhythms as they sharpen their listening skills and learn about musical dynamics. Ricardo Diaz is a well-known and respected flamenco artist. His guitar playing has taken him around the world, where he has performed, recorded and collaborated with internationally respected artists. He is known for his knowledge of, and passion for, the art, and his original compositions. Ricardo Diaz discovered the art of flamenco in San Francisco, CA, where he began his studies with guitarist Jorge Liceaga.LEARN MORE
Let’s get ready for some holiday caroling! Join Common Voice for a special holiday singing series, with joyful group harmony songs from around the world. Led by Tim Weed and Debbie Daly, who create a welcoming space for everyone’s voices. No music or singing experience is needed. Listen to the music, and sign up online at singwestmarin.org, or mail a check made out to Debbie Daly, Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956. Call 415-663-4018 with questions.
Tuesdays, November 25–December 16, 7–8:30 PM / $100 until November 23, after that $115
Common Voice sings joyful group harmony songs and chants from around the world. Led by Tim Weed and Debbie Daly who create a welcoming space for everyone’s voice. No music or singing experience is needed. Listen to the music, and sign up online at singwestmarin.org or mail a check made out to Debbie Daly, Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956. Call 415-663-4018 with questions.
In this after-school cooking class students will learn the secrets of the kitchen and whip up tasty tidbits that will tantalize friends and family while using mostly organic ingredients. Cheri Leierer is a public and private school teacher who has taught with the Dance Palace Summer camp for over 20 years.
Celebrate Christmas Eve with the singing of Christmas carols interspersed with the telling of the Christmas story, a contemplative time to meditate on the universal meaning of Christmas, and concluding with the lighting of Christmas candles and singing “Joy to the World!”
All Are WELCOME!
Prelude music begins at 5:15 PM
Service begins at 5:30, concludes at 6:45 PM
Led by members of the West Marin community.
For more information, call or email: Rachel Rivers: 415-669-9896; R.Rachel.Rivers@gmail.comLEARN MORE
Local Music Restoration Project: Jeremy Harris
"Everything I do is conceptually considered top to bottom, from the medium where it’s going to be distributed to how it’s going to be played back. The content of the songs is usually somehow referential and corresponds to the medium. It’s how I try to compose. It’s how my mind works."
“For Jeremy Harris, making music involves more than just inspiration: it requires discipline. “It’s really easy to have an idea,” he said, “but to follow through and put all the hard work in is the task.” – Point Reyes Light
For more information about Jeremy Harris visit his web site at www.studiojeremyharris.comLEARN MORE