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Open Studios At Marin MOCA Engaging And Fun Event For All Ages!


Novato, CA. ~ isitors of all ages will enjoy art, live music and a variety of art demonstra- tions during the Ma- rin Open Studios event


hap-


pening on the Marin- MOCA ca m pus, May 4, 5, 11 and 12, from 11am - 5pm. Come meet 27 creative artists and learn about their passion for making art. Original art work will be for sale in many genres and mediums. Collect an origi- nal work of art, many pieces avail- able at very affordable prices,


with


select art- ists offering discounts of 20% off. Families can participate in kid’s art activities, ongoing throughout the event, in several dios.


stu- On display


in the Museum’s Main Gal- lery will be the 10th Annual


Altered Book Show, Marin- MOCA’s most popular exhibit and fundraiser with over 180 Altered Books on view


dur-


ing the silent auc- tion. This is


a free


event and open to visitors


of


all ages. The


Mu- seum en-


trance is located at 500 Palm Drive. The studios are located at 500 & 501 Palm Drive, 781 & 789 Hamilton Parkway. Visit Artist Hannah Rosen - berg in Building 501, stu- dio 4. She will give a demon- stration about “seeing possibi l - ity” in ma- terials


and work- ing with wha t you have around you. She will


demonstrate examples of how paper, fabric, paint and metal


Be as smart as you can, but remember that it is always better to be wise than to be smart.


Alan Alda If you put enough smart people together in one space, good things happen. ~ Erik Hersman UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • MAY 2019 • Pg 17


can be manipulated through experimentation


another and tech-


nique to alter its appearance and change its texture. Meet


participating


artist, Anna Ladyzhenskaya In Anna’s work she dissects the psychology and interplay of emotions, actions and re- actions, and thoughts. Like her favorite poet Marina Tsve- taeva’s poetry, her art resides between the past and the pres- ent, between time and space, between the real and the imag- ined. Visit her in


building 781, Studio H. Image at right: “Secrets”


For more complete infor- mation: Susan Sharman


Marketing & Development Manager ~ events@marin- moca.org (415) 506-0137


SPRING GUIDE #3 What’s UP & Events JOKES & Humor #5


May 12, 2019


& “Chosen Spot” Celebration


Mother’s Day Plant Sale


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Plant Sale & “Chosen Spot” Cele- bration! Enjoy springtime at Luther Burbank Home and Gardens this Mother’s Day! Tour the home, shop for plants and bouquets, and enjoy spe- cial


activities. Come enjoy


the beautiful Spring Gardens and celebrate Mother’s Day and planting season with us! Hours: 11:00-3:00 ~ Cost: $3:00, Children under 12 free: Luther Burbank Home & Gar- dens. 204 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa, California 95404.


For More Information: Phone: 707-524-5445 burbankhome@lutherburbank.org www.lutherburbank.org


This is the way the agent got a lesson in manners. He called at a business office, and saw nobody but a prepossessing though capable-appearing young woman. “Where’s the boss?” he asked abruptly. “What is your business?” she asked politely. “None of yours!” he snapped. “I got a proposition to lay before this firm, and I want to talk to somebody about it.” “And you would rather talk to a gentleman?” “Yes.”


“Well,” answered the lady, smiling sweetly, “so would I. But it seems that it’s impos- sible for either one of us to have our wish, so we’ll have to make the best of it. State your business, please!”


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