Monthly Archives: May 2012
in Cooperation with South Brunswick Library
Tina Kelley & George Witte
Sunday, May 6, 2–4pm Continue reading
Jersey Jazz Trio • Friday, May 4, 8–10pm
The Jersey Jazz Trio is David Berends (piano), Lance Sulton (bass) and Mike Ipri (drums). They perform diverse, high energy acoustic jazz including originals and standards, with pieces by Miles Davis, Horace Silver, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, David Berends and others. Continue reading
South Brunswick Camera Club
Wednesday, May 2, 7-9pm
Waste Land: An Amazing Photographer’s Journey
The above video will be shown at this meeting. Continue reading
ART AT SOUTH BRUNSWICK SENIOR CENTER
Open 8:30–4:30pm weekdays
For more information/registration,
call 732.329.4000 ext. 7670
For South Brunswick residents over 55
Senior Center Lobby Gallery
Selections from South Brunswick District Art Exhibit
April 16–June 4 • Alice in Wonderland Theme
APRIL 28 • 11am
AT SOUTH BRUNSWICK LIBRARY
Jackie and the Chile Stalk, a take off on Jack and the Beanstalk, will be presented on a Saturday, during the 11am Story Hour time at South Brunswick Library by South Brunswick High School students. The presentation, directed by Mark Scoff, High School Member of South Brunswick Arts Commission, is aimed at children 5–8 years old. For information, call the Arts Commission, 732.329.4000 x7635 or email@example.com.
in Cooperation with South Brunswick Library
Priscilla Orr & Marcia Pelletiere
Sunday, April 15, 2–4pm
Priscilla Orr, author of Jugglers & Tides, and the forthcoming Losing the Horizon from Hannacroix Creek Books, is a recipient of fellowships from New Jersey State Council on
the Arts and Yaddo, is a Dodge poet and has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is an Associate Professor or English, and lives with her spirited Norwich terrier, Crosby, in Hamburg, NJ.
Marcia Pelletiere is a poet, musician, and multimedia artist. She has just released her first poetry collection, Miracle with Roasted Hens (Spit, Bite Press), which can be ordered from her website, www.marciapelletiere.com. She is a founding member of the a cappella group The Accidentals, and co-founder of Two Cahoots, a multimedia arts collaborative. Her CD Little Noises was featured in Billboard Magazine and includes Marcia’s poems set to music by more than 25 diverse musicians. Her poems have been published in journals including Ploughshares, Prairie Schooner, The Southern Poetry Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, and Painted Bride Quarterly. She has taught creative writing at several schools and arts organizations in New York City.
Followed by open readings by audience members
May 6 • Tina Kelly & George Witte
Wednesday, April 4, 7–9pm
Special guest speaker: Cassandra Demski, Curator of Education, Grounds For Sculpture. Cassandra will lay out the sculptors and their work displayed on the premises and along with the background of this great outdoor museum and indoor gallery. Her talk will be very helpful for SB Camera Club shooting event on April 22, 2012.
SB Camera Club Group Event:
Grounds for Sculpture Photo Shoot
Sunday, April 22, 2012, Details: Group rate is $8 p/p. We need 15 people to get the group rate, which includes parking fee. The normal price is $12 w/o food.
Group tickets must be paid in full 17 days in advance and is Nonrefundable.
Ed Birch will present our 2 food choices, sign-up and payment terms. We are not allowed to bring in our own food or drinks.
New and Big Connections for our Club • Princeton Camera Club, which runs the Art Ways Gallery at the Princeton Alliance Church in Plainsboro, have accepted SB Camera Club into their Annual Club Photo Exhibition along with Cranbury and Raritan Camera Clubs. We will feature an exhibit “In Memory” of Vera Schwartz, beloved past president of the camera club.
Sunday, April 22 • Photo Shoot
SB Camera Club Group Event: Grounds for Sculpture; Details: Group rate is $8 p/p. We need 15 people to get the group rate, which includes the parking fee. The normal price is $12 w/o food.
Group tickets must be paid in full 17 days in advance and are Nonrefundable. Ed Birch will present the 2 food choices, sign-up and payment terms. We are not allowed to bring in our own food or drinks.
The Camera Club, which meets at the library on the first Wednesday of each month, is sponsored by the South Brunswick Arts Commission. Persons with all levels of experience, whether beginner, amateur or professional, are welcome to attend this free program. Members from other Camera Clubs are also welcome at our monthly meetings. Please register by leaving your name and phone number on the Arts Commission voicemail, 732.329.4000 x7635. For more information, call the Arts Commission or mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
SB Camera Club Inclement Weather Policy: On days that the South Brunswick Public Schools are closed or afternoon or evening activities are canceled due to inclement weather, the SB Camera Club meeting will be canceled.
South Brunswick Library
110 Kingston Lane • Monmouth Junction