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We’re rolling…

Posted on April 6, 2011
We’re rolling…

The 14th annual Sonoma International Film Festival, all 90 short and feature films of it, is underway. The works will be shown at a... Continue

Just ducky

Posted on April 6, 2011
Just ducky

Prestwood students Luis Garcia (l) and Vianny Paredes (r) took top prizes in last week’s California Junior Duck Stamp contest. ... Continue

Museum unveils art library

Posted on April 5, 2011

Lance Walker of the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art in the new reference library. More than 2,500 books on art, a portion of a huge private... Continue

Annual senior art show opens Friday

Posted on March 31, 2011
Annual senior art show opens Friday

Artist Pat Patterson (foreground) puts the finishing touches on her painting in anticipation of the Senior Art Show being help throughout... Continue

Annual senior art show opens Friday

Posted on March 31, 2011
Annual senior art show opens Friday

Artist Pat Patterson (foreground) puts the finishing touches on her painting in anticipation of the Senior Art Show being help throughout... Continue

Teen takes Creative Arts Award

Posted on March 25, 2011
Teen takes Creative Arts Award

Sonoma’s Cultural and Fine Arts Commission (CFAC) has awarded its 2011 Creative Arts Award to 17-year-old musician, songwriter and... Continue

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