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Congressional contest for high school artists

Posted on March 10, 2011
Congressional contest for high school artists

Congressman Mike Thompson has urged all high school students in his district, Sonoma Valley included, to enter their artwork in the... Continue

Stamps of approval

Posted on March 10, 2011
Stamps of approval

  Prestwood fifth graders Carlos Medina, Karina Pureco, and Madeline Anderson show their designs for a U.S. postage stamp, entries... Continue

Area middle schoolers ready for their close-up

Posted on March 3, 2011
Area middle schoolers ready for their close-up

Aspiring filmmakers Sklyer Trystad, left, and Jim Saefong. “Three, two, one….ACTION!” Adele Harrison seventh grader Genesis... Continue

Where it’s easy being green

Posted on March 3, 2011
Where it’s easy being green

There have been used car parts, coat hangers and camera innards. Old maps, discarded dolls and tricycles. Bird cages, dice, tools... Continue

High school art students bring children’s portraits to life

Posted on March 1, 2011
High school art students bring children’s portraits to life

In our career-driven world, art is often disregarded as a trivial practice, but as 25 Sonoma Valley High School artists and 25 orphans... Continue

The artful cup

Posted on February 23, 2011
The artful cup

The Museum Café at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art has its grand opening this week, with coffee maven Heath Winer at the helm. Friday... Continue

The artful cup

Posted on February 23, 2011
The artful cup

The Museum Café at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art has its grand opening this week, with coffee maven Heath Winer at the helm. Friday... Continue

Wish granted

Posted on February 23, 2011
Wish granted

The Bank of Marin this week donated a video projector to the Arts Guild of Sonoma Valley for use in its gallery. Thanks to an appearance... Continue

Slick

Posted on February 2, 2011
Slick

The “Grease-Sing-Along” is karaoke on steroids – the 1978 film with all the lyrics up on the big screen. On Feb. 26, the audience... Continue

Lights, camera, Sonoma

Posted on February 2, 2011
Lights, camera, Sonoma

Flanked by his cameraman and Sonoma City Historian George McKale, television traveler Doug McConnell was on Sonoma Square last week.... Continue