As part of Laguna Beach Heritage Month, enjoy an inside peek
behind the scenes at the Pageant of the Masters Backstage Tour from 4
to 5 p.m. today. It's free and no reservations are required. The
tours are staggered with the last one departing at 5 p.m.
Information: contact Ann Larson, senior planner for the city at
PAUL SOLDNER CERAMICIST AT FOA
Today and Saturday the Festival of Arts will host "Paul Soldner
Ceramic Workshop and Lecture," a rare opportunity to participate in a
ceramic workshop conducted by Soldner who is an award winning
American Raku Master. The 2-day workshop is $85 or one-day (Saturday)
class $50. The Festival is located at 650 Laguna Canyon Road.
LBHS DANCE COMPANY'S DANCE EXPO
The award winning Laguna Beach Dance Company presents DancExpo,
its spring dance concert at 7:30 p.m. May 2, 3, 9 and 10, featuring
choreography by: Tod A. Kubo, Stam, Mychelle Perez, Collin Rand,
Julia Abel, Catherine Shoffner, Shaylen Keller and Jessica Schnyder.
DancExpo will be performed at the Artists' Theatre at 625 Park Ave.
Tickets or information: 497-7743.
LAGUNA COLLEGE ANNUAL JURIED STUDENT ART EXHIBIT
Laguna College of Art & Design is presenting its annual Juried
Student Art Exhibition which offers the "Best of the Best." The
exhibit will feature original artwork by the students offer work in
drawing and painting, illustration, graphic design, animation and
sculpture. The runs through May 5. The college is at 2222 Laguna
Canyon Road. Information: 376-6000.
FESTIVAL OF ARTS CERAMICISTS SHOW AT WELLS FARGO
An exhibit focusing on the art of ceramics by Festival of Arts
exhibitors is being presented at the Wells Fargo on Ocean Avenue. The
exhibit offers the diverse work of Monica Dunham, Denise Ford, Walter
Reiss, Greg Riley, Jay Sampson, Fred Stodder and Scott Young. The
exhibit will run through May 5 and is part of an ongoing series of
shows that the Festival of Arts is having at Wells Fargo this year.
FAMILY SING ALONG
Every fourth Friday of the month from 6 to 9 p.m. No Square
Theatre will have a family sing along with the renowned Terry Alaric
on piano. Show tunes and standards are encouraged for live piano