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TUNKHANNOCK — The Dietrich Theater and Kitson Arts Alliance will celebrate The Blues in Art and Music from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14.
This free event will feature the art and photography of John Rockland, Scott Nichols, Ericka Gibson-Bertram and Katrina King, and the music of The Matt Bennick Project and the Electric Trio with Phyllis Hopkins. Light refreshments will be served as visitors browse the galleries, meet the artists, and listen to the music.
The works of five local artists are on display this month at the Endless Mountains Council of the Arts gallery in Tunkhannock.
Which is appropriate, given the fact that the theme of this month’s exhibit is ‘Five for the New Year.’
“We just wanted to do something different,” according to Gallery Director Marion Stroka.
TUNKHANNOCK, WYOMING COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU)- One art exhibit in Wyoming County is aiming to bring the soulful sounds of rhythm and blues to life.
A free artist meet and greet will be held Sunday at the historic Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock.
Paintings, photos, and pastel. The history of the blues comes alive through an exhibit organized by the Kitston Art Alliance.
Kitson Arts Alliance and its artist management division, Kitson Art Partners, proudly presents a $1,000 check to the Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen’s from monies raised at the Alliance’s recent Evening of Art and Music held in downtown Tunkhannock. At the check presentation, from left, are: Patrick Kitson Robinson and Mary Lu Shaffer.
Artist & musician Brian Keeler, Dan Tompkins, executive director of the Kitson Arts Alliance, and Patrick Robinson, creative director of the Kitson Arts Alliance, talk about the North Branch Artisans Tour Summer 2017, taking place Aug. 11-20 along the north branch of the Susquehanna River, from Waverly, N.Y. to Pittston. Complete details at kitsonartsalliance.org.
Rick Hiduk, September 18, 2017, Endless Mountain Lifestyles
Participants in and patrons of the second annual Farmstead Arts & Music Festival in South Auburn couldn’t have asked for better weather on Sept. 16. Warm fall sunshine danced with multi-hued clouds throughout the afternoon, giving way to a rain shower only as the event was coming to a close. But it was the vendors offering a vast array of products and musicians catering to young and old alike who were the stars of the day.