Ewu Offering Online Art Courses This Winter
The Internet is rapidly becoming the place to do business, and now colleges are online.
Eastern Washington University’s art department will offer art courses online this winter and next spring.
Gallery Visits (Art 396), a two-credit class, will be offered winter quarter. Via the Web, students will visit virtual art museums, galleries and artists’ studios.
Art in the Humanities (Art 213), a five-credit class offered next spring, will explore the formal elements of visual arts and an overview of historical art periods.
Both classes will be taught by Richard Twedt, chairman of EWU’s art department. For more information, call 359-7070 or visit the art department’s web site at www.visual.arts.ewu.edu.
Film and video professionals are asked to submit resume information for an updated version of the Spokane Location and Production Guide produced by the Spokane Film Office. The guide is a resource manual used to market Spokane and the Northwest to the film and video industry.
Camera operators, gaffers, key grips, location scouts, actors, set designers and builders are needed.
Businesses providing support services can also send in resumes: transportation companies, caterers, hair and makeup services, carpenters, painters, animal trainers, pilots, medics. Support personnel need no need experience in the film and video industry.
Resume submission deadline is Wednesday. For a form, call 624-1341.
Spokane’s Onyx Theatre Troupe is casting its production of “Colored People’s Time: A History Play.”
Needed are four black men and four black women in their 20s and 30s, one middle-aged black man, and one white man in his 20s or 30s.
Auditions will be at 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at the East Central Community Center, 500 S. Stone. Actors must be willing to play multiple roles; some roles require singing.
Spokane Civic Theatre will hold auditions for Moliere’s farce, “The Imaginary Invalid,” at 7 p.m., Dec. 15 and 16 at Cavanaughs Inn at the Park.
Director Susan Smith needs eight men from their early 20s to 50s, one pre-teen girl, and three women, 20 to 40 years old.
Auditioners will be asked to sing a song a capella and tell their favorite joke. Auditioners are asked to read the script, available at the theater.
For more information, call 325-1413.
The Pages of Harmony, Spokane’s Men’s Barbershop Chorus, will hold open auditions for “How the West was Sung” at 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 1620 N. Monroe.
Singing and non-singing roles are available. The chorus needs one boy 8 to 13 years old, one woman, and 14 men between 20 and 60 years old.
Auditioners must prepare an a capella song no more than one minute long and “cold-read” from the script.
For more information, call 626-4046.
What we take for granted
The State Independent Living Council is sponsoring a poster contest to increase awareness of the group’s philosophy and available services.
The poster must depict at least one of the following concepts:
“Americans Take for Granted,” which shows living arrangements, employment situations, social activities and other aspects of everyday life.
“Americans with Disabilities,” disabled people encountering obvious and/or subtle barriers that limit their ability to live as independently as they wish.
“Independent Living Services,” picturing people receiving skills training, peer counseling and other types of services offered by Independent Living.
Posters must be 11 inches by 17 inches and can have multiple colors. A single prize will be awarded. Deadline is Dec. 31.
For more information, call (800) 624-4105 or (360) 407-3606 (both voice and TTY).
No boundaries here
For the second consecutive year, works of Spokane artists Stacey Sanchez and Heather Mossutto have been selected for the “No Boundaries” exhibit, which drew 200 applicants from Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana and Alaska.
Sanchez’s abstract landscape, “View From the Cave,” and Mossutto’s abstract “Morning Glory (Soul Dance)” will travel with the exhibit through June 1998.
The show will be at Spokane’s Corbin Art Center in February.
Sanchez and Mossutto are students at Center Pointe, a United Way agency serving adults with disabilities.