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By David Hansen | August 17, 2011
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By Ceil Sharman | January 9, 2009
You are invited to an engaging illustrated art lecture, Eternity Then and Now on Sunday, January 18, at 10:00 AM, and to a second different talk on the same topic at 7:00 PM at Laguna Presbyterian Church. In this two part lecture series, Dr. Wayne Roosa will examine contemporary artworks next to traditional masterpieces to notice the ever-shifting expression and interpretation of eternal ideas. Dr. Roosa will interpret how artists from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque eras "saw" faith in contrast to how artists of the late Twentieth and early Twenty-First Centuries "see" it. He will explore art from Fish symbols of the second century A.D. in the Catacombs to 21st century images such as Damien Hirst's diamond covered skull titled, "For the Love of God," to demonstrate how artists have given visual expression to the meanings of Christianity.
NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | April 17, 2014
The Laguna Beach Arts Commission has recommended a piece by two local artists who have a track record of creating public art to commemorate two police officers who died in the line of duty. Commissioners voted Monday to recommend a work by Gerard Stripling and Michele Taylor, titled "Eternal Legacy," to the City Council, which will make the final decision. Though the vote Monday was unanimous, Commission Chairwoman Pat Kollenda said the decision was difficult. "They were all terrific, with lots of thought and a great amount of heart," Kollenda said about the other artistic entries.
NEWS
July 22, 2005
TOM TITUS Ask anyone who has survived a Catholic school education and he or she probably will tell you that it wasn't much fun. Reliving that experience, however, by attending a performance of "Late Nite Catechism" would be quite a bit of fun. The dark night production that kept Laguna Playhouse audiences chuckling for two seasons finally has run its course. But, just when you thought it was safe to go back into the classroom, here comes "Late Nite Catechism II" or "Sometimes We Feel Guilty Because We ARE Guilty."
NEWS
July 19, 2002
Dennis Piszkiewicz What strikes you first about "The Road to Perdition" are the images. Bleak, cold and monochromatic -- images of northern Illinois in winter. The year is 1931; prohibition is on its way out; and economic depression is tearing at the country. Then coming to the center of the screen, but still in shadow, is Michael Sullivan, played by Tom Hanks, a man who is as bleak, cold and colorless as the landscape. Sullivan's sins are about to catch up with him, to send him on a mission of revenge and give him a final chance at salvation.
NEWS
December 12, 2003
Evan Marmol Hailed as the best swashbuckling film ever, "Master and Commander" capsizes under the weight of its lofty acclaim. The plot is convoluted and tiresome, the dialogue is nothing short of uninspired drivel, and not even the star power of Russell Crowe billow enough water to keep this ship from sinking. This film belongs in the Pantheon of epic films that compels critics to review them favorably for fears of appearing remiss in their trade, or simply dim. The truth, though, is that there are copious amounts of dimness in this lamentable flick that evoke no emotional responses and that seems to drag on for an eternity.
LOCAL
February 5, 2009
Blood drive Sunday at Presbyterian Church The Red Cross is holding a blood drive from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at Laguna Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Ave. Donors must be in good health, weigh at least 110 pounds and not have donated blood within the last 56 days. To schedule an appointment, visit www.givelife.org and list the Sponsor Code: lagunap. Donors will receive an appetizer gift certificate from Mimi’s CafĂ© and be entered in a drawing to win a gift card for a $500 spa package.
NEWS
October 11, 2002
EYE ON ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT A must see exhibit Recently the City's Arts Commission conducted its fifth annual Senior Art Competition and these Laguna Beach residents won: in acrylics -- Randy Ray won first, John Cunningham second, Mary Trautmann won third and honorable mention went to Juliane Hodjera. For oils -- Nan Jacobsen won first, MaryAnn Hamilton second and Stephanie Cunningham third. For photography -- Jim Otto won both first and second place and in the miscellaneous category, Cunningham took first and Sue Caldwell won third.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | April 20, 2007
Budding photographers at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Laguna Beach were given their first chance to exhibit their work at the inaugural Image Makers Photography Club Exhibit. The goal of the program is to enable youth aged 5 to 12 to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through the appreciation of photography. The program is offered free of charge to all Boys & Girls Clubs of Laguna Beach members at their Main Branch on Laguna Canyon Road. The group meets weekly and goes on walking tours around town, to the beach and in nature, taking photos and finding "art" that others may not notice.
NEWS
August 2, 2002
Mary A. Castillo The Laguna Playhouse slumbered before the Friday night audience would walk in through the lobby doors and fill every single empty seat. While I waited for the stars I checked out the set dominated by giant gold panels and the "Always ... Patsy Cline" sign suspended over the stage in giant silver and red sequins. A jukebox stood silent stage right and an "On The Air" sign waited to flash on at stage left. Somewhere backstage a door opened and two voices echoed out into the house.
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By Bryce Alderton | April 17, 2014
The Laguna Beach Arts Commission has recommended a piece by two local artists who have a track record of creating public art to commemorate two police officers who died in the line of duty. Commissioners voted Monday to recommend a work by Gerard Stripling and Michele Taylor, titled "Eternal Legacy," to the City Council, which will make the final decision. Though the vote Monday was unanimous, Commission Chairwoman Pat Kollenda said the decision was difficult. "They were all terrific, with lots of thought and a great amount of heart," Kollenda said about the other artistic entries.
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By David Hansen | August 17, 2011
LOCAL
By Ceil Sharman | January 9, 2009
You are invited to an engaging illustrated art lecture, Eternity Then and Now on Sunday, January 18, at 10:00 AM, and to a second different talk on the same topic at 7:00 PM at Laguna Presbyterian Church. In this two part lecture series, Dr. Wayne Roosa will examine contemporary artworks next to traditional masterpieces to notice the ever-shifting expression and interpretation of eternal ideas. Dr. Roosa will interpret how artists from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque eras "saw" faith in contrast to how artists of the late Twentieth and early Twenty-First Centuries "see" it. He will explore art from Fish symbols of the second century A.D. in the Catacombs to 21st century images such as Damien Hirst's diamond covered skull titled, "For the Love of God," to demonstrate how artists have given visual expression to the meanings of Christianity.
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