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The Humboldt Arts Council is hosting Second Saturday Family Arts Day at the Morris Graves Museum of Art on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Families are invited to participate together in this free monthly art-making workshop that complements current exhibitions at the museum. These workshops are geared toward intergenerational learning and creating in a museum setting.
This Saturday’s workshop will focus on creating monochromatic graphite and ink drawings inspired by Kay Hardin’s exhibition, “Shade.” Participants will tour the exhibit and gather inspiration for the day’s project. After the tour, everyone will head down to the Youth Classroom to create with assistance and guidance from Genevieve Kjesbu, art educator. All materials will be supplied.
The Morris Graves Museum of Art is located at 636 F St., Eureka.
“Arts of McKinleyville” is a new event taking place Nov. 18 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the McKinleyville Teen Center, 1705 Gwin Road, McKinleyville.
There will be hors d’oeuvres, local beer and wine and dessert. A Dutch raffle featuring lots of local items will also be held. All youth must be accompanied by an adult.
Admission is $15, which includes one drink token, with the option of purchasing additional tokens during the event.
Proceeds from this event will go toward the McKinleyville Teen Center. Tickets are available at bgcredwoods.org/artsmckinleyville. For more information, contact Carlyn Kobley at ckobley@bgcredwoods.org.
Faculty members from the Cal Poly Humboldt Music Department will perform at the Morris Graves Museum of Art on Nov. 19 at 2 p.m.
The program will contain music pieces in a variety of styles and the performing artists will provide listeners with comprehensive views on all of the chamber music works.
The program will include “First Rain,” an original music and interactive video by composer Brian Post with Garrick Woods on the cello; “Graceful Ghost Rag” by William Bolcom with Cindy Moyer on the violin and Daniela Mineva on the piano; “Potganini Variations for 4 Hands,” composed and performed by John Chernoff together with Daniela Mineva on the piano; “Troubled Water” by Margaret Bonds also performed by pianist Daniela Mineva; and “Bootleg Hoedown” by Bran Raphael Nabors with Ginny Ryder on the clarinet, Cindy Moyer on the violin, Garrick Woods on the cello and John Chernoff on the piano.
Audience members will have the opportunity to meet the performers after the concert.
The Morris Graves Museum of Art is located at 636 F St., Eureka. Admission is $5 for adults; $2 for seniors (age 65 and over), military veterans, and students with ID; and free for children 17 and under, families with an EBT card and valid ID and museum members.
To ensure the safety of museum staff, volunteers and visitors, guests are asked to continue to wear masks inside of the Morris Graves Museum of Art.
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