LUCID ART FOUNDATION – INQUIRY
Jeremy Morgan, MFA has been
facilitating artist’s seminars for the
Lucid Art Foundation for over five years.
Jeremy is a painter and exhibits his
work internationally. He is a professor
of painting at the San Francisco Art
Institute. A master in method, material
and critique, Jeremy Morgan will give
feedback on each participant’s artwork.
The aim of these seminars is to expand
artists’ understanding and relationship
to their artwork as well as encouraging
dialogue about arts and consciousness.
The seminars are non-judgmental and
encouraging and for painters whose work
is non-representational, abstract or nonobjective.
Four artists will be selected
for each seminar from the submitted
To apply to a specific seminar as a
participating artist, please email a one
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Point Reyes Books will present renowned poets Kay Ryan and Jane Hirshfield in an afternoon conversation and reading on Sunday, September 15, at 3 P.M. at the Dance Palace Community Center in Point Reyes Station. The gathering is a benefit for the West Marin Review, an award-winning literary and arts journal which features art and poetry by local school children alongside the work of accomplished writers and artists from near and far. A casual Sunday Supper with the poets follows at a private residence.
Kay Ryan, of Fairfax, is known for her compact compositions, sly wit, and subtle wisdom. She is a MacArthur fellow, and the winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for poetry. She was U.S. Poet Laureate from 2008 to 2010. For 30 years she also taught remedial English at the College of Marin.LEARN MORE
Celebrate Mexican Independence Day with live music, a dance, and Mexican food
and drink. Viva Mexico! Dinner prepared by the Latina Photo Project at 6:30 PM.
Music by Jose Leon’s Futuro Picante Band is at 7:30 PM.
Futuro Picante (Spicy Future) was formed in 2003 by Jose Leon and Miguel Govea. Comprised of 12 young musicians ages 13 to 22, the group has grown together to form a strong musical family.
In 2010, the group was named “Best Youth Band” by San Francisco Weekly. They have performed for Carlos Santana, with Los Lupenos de San Jose and at the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival. Futuro Picante has received recognition from the San Francisco Mayor’s office in addition to other community organizations. They perform throughout the Bay Area.
Presented by the Dance Palace Community and Cultural Center with support from the Marin Community Foundation. Go to famoolyproductions.com for more information.