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firstname.lastname@example.orgA new exhibit at the Washington County Arts Council promises to be mini-monumental. Scaled-down versions of public monuments created by sculptor Antonio Tobias Mendez will be part an upcoming WCAC “Triptych: The Mendez Artists,” which opens...
Washington County Arts Council’s March show is “Creative Community: The Collaborative Conscience,” featuring works by members of Frog Valley Artisans of Berkeley Springs, W.Va. Artwork on display includes pottery, stained glass,...
email@example.comIce chips flew threw the air Thursday as ice carvers from DiMartino Ice Co. used chain saws, grinders and other tools to transform massive blocks of ice into intricate works of art. IceFest 2011 is under way in downtown Chambersburg. Before the iconic...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCold as ice? Nah. The Chambersburg Ballet Theatre is taking its IceFest performance under the sea, and they're hoping to make a big splash. The youth ballet company and school will present "The Little Mermaid" at The Capitol Theatre on Saturday, Jan....
No matter the weather between now and Saturday, Feb. 12, the Hancock Winter Festival will have snow. Sponsored by the Hancock Arts Council, the winter festival will be getting a donation of snow from Whitetail Resort near Mercersburg, Pa. That will allow...
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email@example.comA planned statue of Frank W. Buckles of Charles Town, America's last surviving World War I veteran, could stand in Charles Town, in Buckles' hometown in Missouri or in France, where he served. Where it ends up depends on who first comes up with the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFire and snow normally don't mix, but that wasn't the case Saturday for the Baker family of Big Pool. Their fire-breathing snow sculpture, Pete's Dragon, beat out eight others to win best in its category during the 10th annual Hancock Winter Festival....
email@example.comThe Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Foundation in Hagerstown Friday unveiled the works that will become hot-air balloon statues for its second round of public art. Take Flight II, the new project, will feature 25 to 30 hot-air balloon statues, painted...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgHoping to raise $100,000 to pay salaries for adjunct teachers at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, the school's foundation held a balloon auction Friday evening at the Hagerstown Regional Airport. The Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Foundation was...
email@example.comNearly every community in Washington County has monuments and memorials honoring its war veterans. Some are well-known. Some are rarely noticed. All are worthy of visiting. In addition, the county contains many war-related structures and monuments. This...
Two ceramic art exhibitions "Momentarily" will showcase clay sculptures by Brooke Schoolfield and "Sustained" will feature sculptures, wall hangings, tiles and large floor vases by Jessica Craver. Exhibit continues through Monday, June 6. Hood College'...
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