This exhibit, by Bob Gibson and Jeri Knudson, is a photographic documentation of the emotion and intensity of the world class musicians that have performed at The Siletz Bay Music Festival since 2010. These images communicate the creativity, collaboration, respect, energy and passion that represent the festival in all its aspects. During the Festival’s residency at LCCC, June 24th - 27th, some rehearsal rehearsal time will take place in the gallery as part of the exhibit.
Through partnerships with local nonprofit organizations and other community hubs, the quartet hopes to share quality performances of classical chamber music with a wide range of people in a spirit of generosity and fun. They firmly believe that classical music is for everyone, and are passionate about bringing music to communities of people who ordinarily wouldn’t or couldn’t come to a concert.
The Evergreen String Quartet (Lucia Atkinson and Emily Cole, violins; Rose Hashimoto, viola; Hannah Pressley, cello) is a group of young professional musicians from the Pacific Northwest. The members of the quartet currently play in the Oregon Symphony, the Portland Opera Orchestra, the West Virginia Symphony, and other well-regarded ensembles.
Come help us transform the sidewalks of the historic Delake School building into colorful works of art during our 2nd annual Lincoln City Chalk Art Competition “Chalk it up to 50 Years!” On Saturday, July 11 from 11 to 3 p.m. the sidewalks surrounding the Lincoln City Cultural Center will become blank slates for artistic creations for the young and the young-at-heart. In addition to the outdoor art competition, a workshop with professional chalk art instructor will be given from 9 am to 11 am. Vendor booths will be set up on the lawn, selling food and drinks and promoting local children’s programs.
Age categories for the sidewalk chalk competition are 6 and under, 7-11, 12-17 and 18 and older. Awards and prizes will be given for age categories as well as a grand prize of $50 for art depicting and celebrating Lincoln City’s 50th Anniversary. Artists should arrive by 10:45 for registration and square assignment. Priority placement will be given to early registrants. Judging will be held at 3 pm and prizes awarded immediately after.
Registration for the sidewalk chalk art competition is $5 for ages 6 and under and $10 for ages 7 and up and includes a sidewalk square and box of chalk. Individuals can purchase squares next to each other to produce a group work. The chalk art workshop is free. Registration forms can be picked up at the Cultural Center or printed from the Center’s website.