Student Art at the Windsor Historical Society; Thurs., Jan. 5
The will open its latest installment of the Bridging Centuries, Bridging Cultures series on Thurs., Jan. 5, 2012 when it features works created by Windsor High School students.
With the help of local sculptor Lon Pelton, photographer Len Hellerman, Windsor High curator Christina Vida, art teacher Marjorie Renno, Windsor seniors, and armed with digital cameras, Windsor High students captured Windsor's past and made connections to its present through the creation of art.
Students used historic architecture, art, history and modern structures as their inspiration.
The exhibit will open with a public reception on Jan. 5 from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. The reception is free and all are welcome to join in the opening, which will include refreshments.
Susan Lowenkron to Play Freight House
Accomplished flutist Susan Lowenkron will return to the Thurs., Jan. 5 for a show, during which she will be joined by Tony Morris on fiddle, Irish pipes, bodhran and mandocello.
Lowenkron is able to manipulate a number of instruments as well, as she will delight those in attendance with pieces on the flute, recorder, krumhorn, whistle and harp.
Lowenkron is a teacher, author and founder of Tapestry, which plays medieval, renaissance and British Isles music.
The show will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Art Center on Jan., 5. The Art Center will accept a $10 suggested donation at the door.