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July 11, 2008
MacGillivray to receive Arts award Arts Orange County has announced that Laguna Beach resident Greg MacGillivray is one of the winners of the Cultural Legacy Awards. MacGillivray, John Koshak, and Phil and Mary Lyons will be honored for their lifetime of dedication to the arts at the Annual Arts Orange County Awards Dinner on Sept. 24 at the Balboa Bay Club. MacGillivray’s film career has spanned 40 years. As a cinematographer, he is credited with shooting more 70 mm film than anyone in cinema history.
LOCAL
By Barbara Caruso | November 12, 2008
SparkOC.Com Ignites Orange County Arts Scene, Features Laguna Beach Arts Organizations It takes just one spark to ignite the creativity that can change peoples? lives. Experiencing the arts can provide just that kind of spark. That?s the idea behind SparkOC.com (www.sparkoc.com), the new online source for everything creative in Orange County. A joint project between Arts OC and the Orange County Community Foundation, SparkOC.com makes its online debut November 11 replete with all the information residents and visitors need to experience and participate in arts and cultural events throughout the county.
NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | November 27, 2008
The Pageant of the Masters/Festival of Arts ended the 2008 season with $1.76 million in the bank, Treasurer Fred Sattler reported at the organization’s annual membership meeting Nov. 19. The year saw the Pageant and Festival reporting $760,000 in net assets from ticket sales, sponsorships and other revenues, in addition to a $1-million bequest from the estate of former Festival of Arts exhibitor and photographer Stillman Sawyer. Wayne Baglin was reelected president of the board, and Steve Dicterow was reelected to a seat on the board.
NEWS
February 4, 2005
Suzie Harrison With more than 20 arts organizations in Laguna Beach, it can be difficult to differentiate what each one does. Reading often like alphabet soup, LAM, CAP, FOA, LBAA, CCDF, LPAPA, LCCB and LOCA can further obscure its purpose. Laguna Outreach for Community Arts, better known as LOCA, has been focusing on art education since its inception in '92. Co-founded by well-known Laguna artists and philanthropists Anne England and Mada Leach, the organization thrives through the continued sustenance of community support.
NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | April 10, 2009
Kids and families can get hands-on art experiences at the Sawdust Art Festival?s first-ever Creatively Fun Family Day, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 18, on the Sawdust Art Festival grounds. The event is part of the 24th annual Imagination Celebration. Imagination Celebration is presented by Arts Orange County and the Orange County Department of Education, and includes more than 100 free or affordable events in 31 cities. ?Creatively Fun Family Day? will feature various hands-on fine art and craft projects, demonstrations, displays and entertainment by various community artisans and local non-profit and performance groups.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2013
Family-friendly activities at LAM Imagination Celebration, a day filled with free art activities, will be held at the Laguna Art Museum from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 20. The theme for this countywide event is "Full Steam Ahead" and is presented thanks to a partnership between Arts Orange County, the Orange County Department of Education and an array of arts organizations. "Steam" stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. The Laguna Art Museum will team up with professional artists from Laguna Outreach for Community Arts for the day's arts projects.
NEWS
August 23, 2002
OUR LAGUNA Arts Commissioner Nancy Beverage recently presented the City Council with a new addition to its trophy case. The trophy was presented at the annual Arts Orange County luncheon. "Jan Sattler, Linda Dietrich and I had the pleasure of seeing Sian Poeschl accept the award to the city as the outstanding arts patron of 2002," Nancy said. Poeschl is the city's arts coordinator. Sattler and Dietrich sit on the arts commission with Beverage.
NEWS
January 30, 2004
Suzie Harrison Imagine it being seven years ago, the first Thursday of the month, in the evening. Several residents may have been taking in a light night of "Must-see TV." For the past six years, however, Lagunans and visitors alike have had the option to take a more stimulating route -- First Thursday Art Walk. More than 40 galleries participate throughout Laguna Beach, opening their doors to the public with new exhibits, artist receptions, demonstrations and lectures.
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2013
Family-friendly activities at LAM Imagination Celebration, a day filled with free art activities, will be held at the Laguna Art Museum from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 20. The theme for this countywide event is "Full Steam Ahead" and is presented thanks to a partnership between Arts Orange County, the Orange County Department of Education and an array of arts organizations. "Steam" stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. The Laguna Art Museum will team up with professional artists from Laguna Outreach for Community Arts for the day's arts projects.
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NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | April 10, 2009
Kids and families can get hands-on art experiences at the Sawdust Art Festival?s first-ever Creatively Fun Family Day, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 18, on the Sawdust Art Festival grounds. The event is part of the 24th annual Imagination Celebration. Imagination Celebration is presented by Arts Orange County and the Orange County Department of Education, and includes more than 100 free or affordable events in 31 cities. ?Creatively Fun Family Day? will feature various hands-on fine art and craft projects, demonstrations, displays and entertainment by various community artisans and local non-profit and performance groups.
NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | November 27, 2008
The Pageant of the Masters/Festival of Arts ended the 2008 season with $1.76 million in the bank, Treasurer Fred Sattler reported at the organization’s annual membership meeting Nov. 19. The year saw the Pageant and Festival reporting $760,000 in net assets from ticket sales, sponsorships and other revenues, in addition to a $1-million bequest from the estate of former Festival of Arts exhibitor and photographer Stillman Sawyer. Wayne Baglin was reelected president of the board, and Steve Dicterow was reelected to a seat on the board.
LOCAL
By Barbara Caruso | November 12, 2008
SparkOC.Com Ignites Orange County Arts Scene, Features Laguna Beach Arts Organizations It takes just one spark to ignite the creativity that can change peoples? lives. Experiencing the arts can provide just that kind of spark. That?s the idea behind SparkOC.com (www.sparkoc.com), the new online source for everything creative in Orange County. A joint project between Arts OC and the Orange County Community Foundation, SparkOC.com makes its online debut November 11 replete with all the information residents and visitors need to experience and participate in arts and cultural events throughout the county.
BUSINESS
July 11, 2008
MacGillivray to receive Arts award Arts Orange County has announced that Laguna Beach resident Greg MacGillivray is one of the winners of the Cultural Legacy Awards. MacGillivray, John Koshak, and Phil and Mary Lyons will be honored for their lifetime of dedication to the arts at the Annual Arts Orange County Awards Dinner on Sept. 24 at the Balboa Bay Club. MacGillivray’s film career has spanned 40 years. As a cinematographer, he is credited with shooting more 70 mm film than anyone in cinema history.
NEWS
February 4, 2005
Suzie Harrison With more than 20 arts organizations in Laguna Beach, it can be difficult to differentiate what each one does. Reading often like alphabet soup, LAM, CAP, FOA, LBAA, CCDF, LPAPA, LCCB and LOCA can further obscure its purpose. Laguna Outreach for Community Arts, better known as LOCA, has been focusing on art education since its inception in '92. Co-founded by well-known Laguna artists and philanthropists Anne England and Mada Leach, the organization thrives through the continued sustenance of community support.
NEWS
January 30, 2004
Suzie Harrison Imagine it being seven years ago, the first Thursday of the month, in the evening. Several residents may have been taking in a light night of "Must-see TV." For the past six years, however, Lagunans and visitors alike have had the option to take a more stimulating route -- First Thursday Art Walk. More than 40 galleries participate throughout Laguna Beach, opening their doors to the public with new exhibits, artist receptions, demonstrations and lectures.
NEWS
August 23, 2002
OUR LAGUNA Arts Commissioner Nancy Beverage recently presented the City Council with a new addition to its trophy case. The trophy was presented at the annual Arts Orange County luncheon. "Jan Sattler, Linda Dietrich and I had the pleasure of seeing Sian Poeschl accept the award to the city as the outstanding arts patron of 2002," Nancy said. Poeschl is the city's arts coordinator. Sattler and Dietrich sit on the arts commission with Beverage.
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