A+26 January 10 - 23, 2009
Jewish Film Fest starts Opera musicians share
The 2009 East Valley Jewish Film Festival holds a kick-off event at 7 p.m.
Sat., Jan. 10 at Temple Emanuel, 5801 S. Rural Rd. in Tempe. This festival is an
expansion of the former Sun Lakes Jewish Film Festival.
Learn about life in the orchestra pit when four members of the Arizona
The sports- themed evening starts with hot dogs and other foods reminiscent
Opera Orchestra string section visit Hamilton Library 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wed.,
of sports arena fare, a raffl e for sports items, especially from the Israel Baseball
League, and a collection of gently used sports equipment to be donated to
Linda Anderson, Rebecca Wittkamp, Katherine Shields and Margaret
Sunshine Acres Home for Children. The highlight of the evening will be the
Gilmore perform, demonstrate their instruments and share stories about their
movie, “The First Basket,” which focuses on the story of Jewish immigrants to
America between 1881 and 1924 and how these men became basketball stars.
The event is free. Hamilton Library is located at 3700 S. Arizona Ave. in
The admission price, including the food and movie, is $18 per person. To
Southern Chandler. Call 480-782-2828 for more info.
purchase tickets, visit the Temple Emanuel offi ce or call 480-838-1414.
1930s Valley photos now online
San Marcos home to
A collection of photographs from a 1930 survey of the Phoenix area is
now available for free viewing on Maricopa County’s Flood Control District
Jazz Society event
The aerial photographs, shot as part of a comprehensive archaeological
The Cowboy & the Diva perform with Igor’s Jazz Cowboys for the Arizona expedition commissioned by the Smithsonian Institution and Department
Classic Jazz Society from 1 to 4 p.m. Sun., Jan. 25 at the Crowne Plaza San of War to document Hohokam canals and other ruin sites, show a pristine
Marcos Golf Resort in downtown Chandler. Salt River corridor and a patchwork of ranches and farm fi elds in the Great
Cost is $10 for AZCJS members and $15 for nonmembers; attendees younger Depression era.
than 18 get in free. Sharp-eyed viewers can spot the old Hayden fl our mill in Tempe and
The Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort is located at 1 San Marcos Pl. in historic evidence of ancient Hohokam canals.
downtown Chandler. Call 480-620-3941 or visit www.azclassicjazz.org
. The images are accessible at www.fcd.maricopa.gov
, via the “Maps” link on
the home page. Images can also be purchased for commercial and personal
use. For more information, call 602-506-1501.
Drawing, oil painting, stained
glass classes at Art on Boston
A menu of theatre classes offered by Childsplay for children ages 18 months
Resolve to fi nd the artist within by taking an art class at Art on Boston
to 18 years begins in January.
Gallery, a contemporary fi ne art gallery with artist studio spaces in historic
The 2009 Spring Academy class schedule includes Nursery Rhymes, Diary of
a Wimy Kid, The Tale of Despereaux, Bedtime Stories and Musical Theatre. All
Join painter David Flitner, an associate member of the Oil Painters of
programs are taught by professional teaching artists and are held once weekly
America, to learn traditional oil painting for beginners to professionals. A six-
on either Saturdays or Mondays.
week session is from 1-4 p.m. on Thursdays.
Classes take place at the Sybil B. Harrington Campus for Imagination and
“Drawing for Those who Think they Can’t” will be held from 2-5 p.m.,
Wonder at Mitchell Park, located at 900 S. Mitchell Dr. in Tempe.
Sat., Jan. 17 by Wendy Fallon. Learn about drawing shapes, creating volume,
Childsplay also offers a Conservatory for dedicated current and former
shading using line weight and more. Cost is $45 plus $10 materials fee.
students, taking place from Jan. 24 to May 9. Conservatory admission is by
Silk Painting for Beginners by Chris Kane will be held 1:30-5 p.m., Sun. Jan.
invitation and audition only.
25. Students will learn the Serti method of hand-painting silk using resist,
To register, visit www.childsplayaz.org
or call 480-921-5751.
which will be supplied for the class. Bring designs to trace onto silk, or do free-
hand designs which will then be painted using fi ber reactive dyes. Steaming
techniques will be included so students will end with a piece suitable for
framing. $45 plus $10 materials fee and frame.
50 words = $20
Create a pendant or embellish a ceramic, glass or metal container with
recycled costume jewelry in Wendy Fallon’s “Stained Glass Collage” class
2-5 p.m., Sat., Jan. 31, using the Tiffany-style method. Ages 18 and over. $60
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includes all materials & use of tools.
An Art Clay pendant class will be held from 2-5 p.m., Sun., Jan. 11 with Level
I Instructor Laurie Fagen and fi ne silver leaves will be from 2-5 p.m. Sun., Jan.
18 with Catherine York. Cost of $60 includes all materials and tools.
Art on Boston is located at 11 W. Boston St., Suite 1, in historic downtown
Click Classifi eds
Chandler. Visit www.ArtOnBoston.com
for more information or to register,
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