Nia Routine: Trio: The Music of George Gershwin
So many standards from the American Songbook were written by George Gershwin. Embraceable You, Our Love is Here to Stay and more. So many contemporary artists are revisiting and recording new versions of the old standards like Willie Nelson, Diana Krall, Linda Ronstadt. Why? Because this music is so timeless. And it’s great to dance to. We will be dancing to new versions of the Gershwin standards. Come join us at the Zoom Stardust Ballroom. Well at least join me in my basement studio and we will have fun dancing to the Tunes of George Gershwin.
Moving to Heal
Moving to Heal Nia is a slower, less intensive class with less standing and more done in the chair. Great for people with injuries or conditions that make it hard to participate in a classic Nia class. Also good for people getting back…
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GloucesterCast 531 With Earland Dylan Foote, Trish “The Coochie Lady” Cregier, Nick McKenna, Katelyn Ciaramitaro, Chris McCarthy, Scottie Mac,Pat and Jimmy D, Jim Capillo and Joey C 11/14/21
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It’s just two weeks until the next Cape Ann Makers Market at the Magnolia Library featuring many of your favorite local artisans. Like it or not, it’s time to think about the holidays!In only 2 weeks, Thanksgiving will be over and we will be heading down a fast lane to the holidays. Pat D’s Photos will be there and we hope you stop by to say hello. Here are some of the images I will be featuring on notecards, mugs, puzzles, ornaments and other fun stuff!
Sculpting Self: A year-long community art project
This Veteran’s Day, the Cape Ann Museum is proud to announce a year-long community art project inspired by Gloucester-based sculptorWalker Hancock, who served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was pivotal member of the Monuments Men. Inspired by Hancock’s Basketball Player Series,a featured part of the Museum’s collections, every eighth grader on Cape Ann will be given the opportunity to create a small sculpture depicting themselves doing their favorite activity during the 2021-2022 school year.
In addition to learning about Hancock, students will learn how to create their own sculpture out of wire armature and clay. This hands-on activity will create a safe space for students to participate in important discussions about identity, representation, and body image. CAM Educators will visit classrooms throughout the school year, culminating in an exhibition of the student work and the Hancock sculptures…
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