Young Printmaker Captures NY’s Grandeur
Irvine’s alternative arts space 680 Roosevelt presents cityscapes of 23-year-old Laguna Beach printmaker Lindsay Buchman in her first solo exhibit “Metropolitan Impressions,” which opened last week.
Buchman’s weathered, grimy-feeling prints of soaring skyscrapers and mammoth bridges pit the vitality of man’s creativity against the traditions and toils of an urban culture. Lindsay layers bold paints with newspaper clippings and printmaking techniques. She builds her art, mimicking the way men have attempted to be remembered by layering stones to create buildings and cities like New York.
Buchman is currently pursuing a bachelor of fine arts in printmaking at Cal State Long Beach. “Metropolitan Impressions” can be seen at Bikram Yoga’s alternative arts space, 680 Roosevelt in Irvine, through January.
Laguna Tunes Rehearsals Begin
The rehearsals for the fall season of Laguna Tunes begins on Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 6:45 p.m. at Thurston Middle School.
Choral singers are invited to join the group directed by Christin Cornell and Roxanna Ward.
For more info call Angela Irish 949 677-6843.
New Hall First Opens Its Doors to Volunteers
Soka University seeks volunteer ushers at its new 1,000 seat performing arts center, set to open Sept. 17 with Carl St. Clair conducting the Pacific Symphony and piano soloist Horacio Gutierrez.
Volunteers are needed for ushering and assisting patrons throughout the season. The concert hall’s volunteers are being recruited from Soka University’s students, faculty staff, and residents of surrounding communities.
Volunteers should be at least high school age, friendly and outgoing , able to work three to four hour shifts several times a month and willing to stay active for a year. Interested volunteers should complete the online form located at www.performingarts.soka.edu/volunteer or email their name, address and telephone number to [email protected].
The first orientation meetings for volunteers will be Friday, Sept. 9 and Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Soka Performing Arts Center, 1 University Drive, Aliso Viejo. All volunteers must attend at least one of these meetings.