July 18, 2006

718_liberace.jpgDear Sweetheart, a.k.a, mo, Lately the world seems tainted with an unhealthy emotional hue. Something crazy has gone retrograde it seems. I have heard from millions of people that everyone they know, selves included, have been struggling with the daily emonuclear fallout and it is grinding them down. Me too. But today Liberace spoke to me from an album cover on a table in a hallway, in this world and said, "Let me call you sweetheart" and it hit me. Maybe if we all call each other sweetheart we can break through the nozone layer of gloom. Why me? Why Liberace?

Well, today I had some lovely and well-behaved studio visitors, Frank, Gregory and Tamsen, and as I was showing them around the building we came upon a stack of albums for sale for a dollar on the 2nd floor. I had last picked up that so special Herb Alpert whipped cream album in this spot but on this trip I saw Liberace! My lovely, well-behaved visitors led me to the album as I never go upstairs otherwise. So I grabbed it and put my dollar in the coffe can. It wasn't quite like when I discovered Benign Girl but I did immediately feel Liberace tugging at my sleeve with an important message and there it was, the name of the album.

My second thought was that Liberace would be the perfect companion for Benign Girl, in a twisted way. He could be her fabulous gay shopping buddy. They could go to the mall and get makeovers and he could advise her on her dressage, "Think more flash and less tramp, honey, Maybe try a different expression or untilt your head", and the void in her personality would run over with his overabundance of self. It was so perfect that it called to mind my favorite spam email subject line this week, "Surplus Predestination". (Although, "Stop Puglifying" was rather brilliant and is also apropos here).

Obsessing over such things seems so much more sane than the current state of the world. It makes me want to call everyone, "Sweetheart". I guess I can if I want. What if everyone called everyone they met today, "Sweetheart". Could we change the mood? Change the world? I am going to try. it.

I have started a circle of imaginary supersweetheartpals.
718_covers.jpg Then I went looking for my new album cover art online and I found "The 100 worst album covers ever".

So I chose a few friends for Liberace and Benin Girl.
Now there's Fabio, Tammy Faye Baker (channelling Lara from Dr. Zhivago), Paddy Roberts (he looks like hilarity ensuing ad infinitum) and the sour cream copycat ladies! (So I have come full circle to my Herb Alpert Whipped Cream album cover).

They could all live together in the Barbie Townhouse (unless there's a Benign Girl Townhouse) and be a big happy reality show.

And I must disclose that I am actually quite familiar with the specifics of the Liberace wardrobe. He was blinged out long before Mr T. (who announced this week after seeing the devastation of Katrina that he will no longer wear bling) to a staggering degree.

On a trip years ago to Las Vegas with my grandmother I was dragged to the Liberace Museum.
It looks kinda like a one story funeral home/chapel-like thing in a strip mall on a big road of other strip malls. Parking is free.

After an hour of silently (Lips latched tightly) looking over the displays with their placards like, "this cape has 72,000 rubies, 58 million swarovski crystals, 75 gazillion emeralds etc and weighed 58 pounds and is lined with mink and matches this mink lined car that he drove on stage for this show which also matches the candelabra which is made of diamonds and melted down ditzy heiresses and so on" my grandmother suddenly shrieked (she was very hard of hearing), "I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU SAY. HE WAS NOT GAY", causing all the other little old lady fans to glare at me as though I had actually blasphemed the man in his holy place.

Later she did admit to finding the outfits a bit, "swishy". He was a real sweetheart.

in the Air Conditioned Reid Theatre in Deerfield MA
Sweethearts! Don't miss

Women in Arms
a new musical with music by Rosie Caine
script by Mary Elizabeth Burke Kennedy
directed by Linda McInerney
in the Air Conditioned Reid Theatre in Deerfield MA
for tickets call: 413.774.7476 ext. 10
Tells the story through word, song, movement, and imagination of four great women from Irish mythology.

July 20, 21, 22, 23 and 28, 29, 30
Tickets are $12.00 - $15.00.

Curtain time is 8:00 p.m., except on Sunday, July 23 & 30th, which are a 2:00 p.m. matinees.

Jill Connolly & the Vermont Jazz Center Quintet
Sunday, July 30 at 7:30 PM
718_jill.jpg Jill Connolly (a real sweetheart of a vocalist) & the Vermont Jazz Center Quintet
Sunday, July 30 at 7:30 PM
Hilltown Folk, Memorial Hall, 51 Bridge Street, Shelburne Falls, MA

Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear nationally known voice talent and vocalist Jill Connolly perform live in Shelburne Falls - together with area jazz all stars Eugene Uman (piano), Claire Arenius (drums), Jamie MacDonald (bass), Howard Brofsky (coronet) and Adam Kolker (saxophone).

TICKET PRICES: $15 advance / $18 at door / $10 students
Online: www.hilltownfolk.com

World Eye Bookshop (413) 772-2186

Boswell's Books (413) 625-9362

The Hempest in Northampton (413) 585- 9707

Or contact Promoter: Gayle Olson, Hilltown Folk Series (413) 625-6878

This double-bill promises to be a fabulous evening of powerful jazz music with a very special combination of musicians.
Jill Connolly, celebrating the release of her debut album, Venus in transit (featuring Uman, Arenius, and MacDonald) will bring her unmistakable brand of soulful, sensitive, soaring and lush jazz vocals to the stage, including selections from Venus in transit, a beautiful and inspiring jazz-infused live recording. A veteran of the music scene with extensive playing credits in and around Boston, after moving to this area Jill became involved with the Vermont Jazz Center, studying with Sheila Jordan, Eugene Uman and others. With unmistakable enthusiasm and an engaging, natural style, Jill continues her unique and personal approach to music, living the lyrics and compelling audiences to listen closely. Also a signature voice for the PBS flagship station in Boston, WGBH, Jill is well known for her voiceover work. Jill’s studio recording credits cover a wide range of styles, including rock, blues, a capella gospel, pop, R&B, as well as jazz.

The five world-class instrumentalists and solo performers are all dedicated jazz educators and members of the Vermont Jazz Center Big Band. Pianist Eugene Uman, drummer Claire Arenius, bassist Jamie MacDonald, cornetist Howard Brofsky, and saxophonist Adam Kolker will feature original compositions and quintet arrangements of classic jazz tunes with a blend of their energetic and sophisticated styles.

Get your tickets early for this one! More background information on the performers at:
www.hilltownfolk. com

Sorry about the Hassellhoff video last week.

Senate Votes 33-3 to Override Governor's Veto!

The Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund is now law.

The Senate voted 33-3 to join the House in overriding Governor Romney’s veto of $13 million for the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund. The Campaign for Cultural Facilities thanks Senate President Robert Travaglini, Chairwoman Therese Murray, Chairman Jack Hart and Senator Stan Rosenberg for delivering a resounding message of support for cultural tourism and for the arts, sciences and humanities in Massachusetts.

This is a huge victory for the cultural community— not only to override the veto in both chambers but to achieve clear bipartisan support.

The work on the program guidelines will begin immediately and we will keep you informed on how and when applications will be accepted.

Thanks to all who advocated on behalf of the most significant cultural facilities funding program in the nation.


Dan Hunter
On behalf of the Campaign for Cultural Facilities
Massachusetts Advocates for the Arts, Sciences, & Humanities (MAASH)

July 6 through August 4

NORTHAMPTON, MA —“Works on Paper,” a juried show of photographs, watercolors, prints, drawings and mixed-media, by 11 local artists, will be featured from July 6 through August 4 in the galleries at The Northampton Center for the Arts.

Participating artists are: Karen Alstadt, Ellen Augarten, Elizabeth Bannish, Elizabeth Diamond, Taiga Ermansons, Carolyn Horan, Rhoda Juels, Ronald Juels, Rachel Lepine, Paul Root and Burns Maxey.

Galleries are open Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with an artists’ reception that coincides with Northampton’s Arts Night Out on Friday, July 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. The first-place prize will be awarded to the winning artist during the reception.

The Northampton Center for the Arts is located on the third floor at 17 New South Street, opposite the Academy of Music. Sweet!

718_taming.jpg Main Stage
Welcome to The Wang Center's presentation of Free Shakespeare on the Common! This year’s production, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW will be held at the Parade Grounds on the Boston Common, July 22 through August 13, 2006.

The Wang Center and CSC joined forces in the spring of 2003 in order to continue bringing Free Shakespeare to Boston, giving CSC the infrastructure that their growth and vision demanded. We remain committed to our shared mission in making the arts accessible to everyone. CSC is Boston’s only free professional theater company.

Bring a sweetheart and blanket and a picnic, and experience Shakespeare's THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (who then transforms into a sweetheart) as you sit under the stars on Boston Common!


Can love tame a shrewish heart? Marriage, money, and madcap misadventure will take center stage when Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (CSC) brings THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, William Shakespeare’s uproarious battle of the sexes, FREE to Boston audiences this summer, in three weeks of performances on Boston Common.

Presented by The Wang Center for the Performing Arts and directed by Wang Center Vice President of Artistic Programming and CSC Artistic Director Steven Maler, The Taming of the Shrew will be performed Saturday, July 22 through Sunday, August 13 2006.

There are no tickets needed for Free Shakespeare on the Common, as it is just that free! Enjoy the performance!


Saturday, July 22 @ 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, July 23 @ 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, July 25 @ 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, July 26 @ 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, July 27 @ 8:00 p.m.
Friday, July 28 @ 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, July 29 @ 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, July 30 @ 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, August 1 @ 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, August 2 @ 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, August 3 @ 8:00 p.m.
Friday, August 4 @ 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, August 5 @ 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, August 6 @ 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, August 8 @ 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, August 9 @ 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, August 10 @ 8:00 p.m.
Friday, August 11 @ 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, August 12 @ 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, August 13 @ 7:00 p.m. My pal Alan Sweetheart White is in this too!

Open to all. really.
718_windowsproject.jpg From Twyla Reardon-

Hello Sweethearts (I added that),
I hope everyone is having a fun and wonderful summer. On behalf of the EasthamptonCulturalCouncil and WorkingPromisingArtists (WPA) I would like to officially invite you to participate in this year's WindowsProject. The dates for the show and special events are September15 thru October 3. You will find more details in the Artists' Submission Package, just contact us at windowsproject@gmail.com and we will send it forward.

The submission deadline has been extended to August 11, 2006. We intend to have parties, artists talks, visiting artists, and a smattering of any other special events you can think of.

Please forward this anouncement to artists you feel would be interested in participating in this years WindowsProject.

Artists' Prospectus
Easthampton WindowsProject 2006 "Celebrating This Old Mill Town As An Art City " Easthampton, Massachusetts~nestled at the base of majestic Mt Tom~ is one of those former mill towns valued by a wide variety of artists. For the 4th year we are setting the stage for a community expression of creativity. We welcome your art – all art.

WorkingPromisingArtists in collaboration with the EasthamptonCulturalCouncil seeks proposals from creative individuals and groups. Over the last three years WindowsProject has celebrated the creative spirit with works which have included paintings, sculptures, photography, drawings, and fine crafts from local artists. This year we are welcoming anyone/groups working in visual arts (traditional & experimental), sound, installation, new media and interactive arts for WindowsProject2006.

We are seeking work for storefront windows, appropriate private/public interiors, building roof tops, and outdoor spaces. WPA also seeks artists who are interested in giving artists "talks ", offering "makeshops ", and engaging in art interactions & interventions with the Public-At-Large.

This collaborative event will bring local and visiting artists together in an installation that encompasses all of downtown Easthampton. In addition to the abundant array of work seen during past events WPA is interested in expanding our event. We plan to do this by exploring the varied elements & emotional atmosphere that creates Easthampton: a community building an exciting urban experience while preserving our rural past.

We are encouraging proposals that incorporate elements of what is often referred to as "Psychogeography ". Here's an explanation taken from Wikipedia, an open source online encyclopedia:

In 2004 Joseph Hart wrote that "psychogeography " is "a slightly stuffy term that's been applied to a whole toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities. Psychogeography includes just about anything that takes pedestrians off their predictable paths and jolts them into a new awareness of the urban landscape."

We have many engaging ideas and a willingness to assist visiting artists. We are arranging guest accommodations & beautiful hospitality within our artist's community for artists from outside of the Pioneer Valley.

If you would like to participate in the project, please contact:windowsproject@gmail.com

In regards to visiting artists we are looking for local folks who are willing to open up their homes or studios to guest artists participating in our big art party! Please, just contact us at windowsproject@gmail.com to let us know you can house visitors or certainly if you have any questions.
Cheers and we look forward to hearing from you,

Call for Massachusetts Artists
Deadline for Submissions is October 2, 2006

Vortex 2006: A Juried Art Exhibition hosted by Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse, challenges Massachusetts artists to submit original and inspirational work that explores the role Interconnectivity plays in art.

The Blue Men--who come from the part of us that wants to express creativity, innovation, and humor--invite all artists to examine, through their artwork, the dynamics of Interconnectivity in their shared communities

This year's exhibition will be juried by Nora Donnelly, Senior Registrar at Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art, Ricardo D. Barreto, Director of UrbanArts Institute at MassArt, Chris McCarthy, director of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum as well as an artist representative from the Blue Man Group Boston creative community. Deadline for submissions is October 2, 2006.

Blue Man Group will accept artwork in two age divisions: 12 - 17 years old and 18 + years old. In the 18+ division, four selected artists' work will be on exhibit in The Charles Playhouse lobby for up to one year. In addition, the selected artists in the 18 + division will receive cash prizes ($2500 Grand Prize, $1000 Second, $500 each for Third and Fourth). In the 12 - 17 years old division, the Grand Prize recipient will receive up to $500 tuition reimbursement to art classes of their choice. Each selected artist in the 12 - 17 years old division will receive up to $100 worth of art supplies for their school and have their artwork displayed at the Boston Children's Museum. Selected artist's work will be unveiled at a special event currently scheduled for October 2006.

For submission guidelines (acceptable medium and dimensions), instructions and downloadable entry form go to www.blueman.com/vortex. For questions call 617-542-6700 x12.

Roses are Red,
Sweethearts are Blue,
But anything can change,
it's all up to you. <--yikes.

Santacide (clearly not a benign play)

Northampton, MA-- Rhymes With Orange cartoonist Hilary Price and 93.9 WRSI DJ Kelsey Flynn create an evening of drama and comedy with an onstage reading of their new play "Santacide" on Monday, July 31 at Theater 14 in The Mendenhall Center for the Perfoming Arts at Smith College.

"Santacide" is a drawing room comedy about a mother/son detective team at the North Pole investigating Santa's murder. They encounter a dysfunctional family of sorts - a vampy Mrs. Claus, an incompetent elf, a frustrated mailman, a mute stable girl - all with good reasons to take Santa out. The event is a unique opportunity for the community to participate in the creation and development of a farce/murder mystery. There will be an audience-wide discussion led by local playwright and teacher Phil O'Donoghue after the performance to help refine the play for later full stage production. The reading will feature members of the local improv group the Villa Jidiots and New Century Theater favorites Van Farrier and Jeannine Haas.

Tickets are $7 at the door. Performance begins at 7 pm. Show is at Theater 14, Mendenhall Center For the Performing SweetheArts, Green St., Smith College Campus, Northampton.

For more information about Santacide, please contact: Hilary Price

Kelsey Flynn

For more details go to http://www.santacide.com

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Northampton Arts Council.

"Call for Artists: Myndos International Art Workshops II"
Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum
718_turkey.jpg "Call for Artists: Myndos International Art Workshops II"
2006-07-05 until 2006-07-31
Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum
Istanbul, , TR Turkey

August 2006, Gumusluk Akademy, Bodrum, Turkey. Team: Andy Deck (USA), Reuben De Lautour (New Zeland), Catharina Mueller, Marcus Graf (Germany), Cham Yin Kwan (China), Frederik de Wilde (Belgium), Genco Gulan, Yesim Ozsoy, Yesim Agaoglu, Ipek Inal, (Istanbul), Neriman Polat, Raci Kahvecigil, Aliye Goknur Gurcan, Ekin Anil (Bodrum).

Concept: "The Seventh of the Seven Wonders ": Two of the Seven Wonders of the World are in Turkey and one is in Bodrum; Mausoleum of King Maussollos. The second of the Myndos International Art Workshop series picks "one of the wonders of the world" as its theme.

In the workshops the artists and participants will be producing art around the theme and they are going to exhibit these art works at public spaces. We are going to claim back the sculptures of the Mausoleum from the British Museum and relate archeology with contemporary art.

Participation: We are looking for 21 more participants, 10 with scholarship and 11 without. Collaboration proposals are also welcome. For more info and application e-mail: istanbulmuseum@yahoo.com

Deadline: July 31, 2006.

Come as a Sweetheart

Village Harmony, a unique teen world vocal ensemble based in Vermont, will bring its lively music to the Center on Friday, July 28, at 7:30 p.m.
The singers, who rehearse year-round, take a whirlwind concert trip through New England each summer. They have also performed on Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion on Public Radio and at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Two recent graduates of area high schools are members of this year's touring group: Rosalie Elkinton, Amherst Regional High School, and Donovan Arthen, Pioneer Valley Performing Arts High School. Participants sing from memory with a powerful, well- tuned, straight-tones sound. “Watching Village Harmony perform is almost as much fun as listening to them,” says one fan. Audiences are unfailingly impressed by their informal and energetic stage presence. The concert program includes Ukrainian, Russian and Corsican traditional harmony singing, American gospel and shape-note music and folk songs, dances and contemporary compositions from Kenya and West Africa. Tickets are $8; $5 for students and seniors and may be purchased at the door.


~~Internationally acclaimed Oriental dancer Leyla Jouvana and her husband Roland, a drummer, will offer a spectacular show Saturday, July 29, at the Center.

Described as “one of the best and most successful and dancers and choreographers in Europe,” Leyla Jouvana has represented the German Oriental dance scene at major dance festivals in Paris, Cairo, Vienna, Italy, Denmark and Australia. She received the Giza Academy Award of 2002 as the best live dancer of the year. In July 2004 she won the Halima Award in the best-dancer category. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 7:30 p.m. show. For more information about associated events, visit the Middle Eastern Arts Collaborative Web site

~~Swing dance and salsa lessons with Kent Divoll in the Center’s ballroom continue throughout the summer Wednesdays from 7:30 to 9 p.m. followed by dancing (East/West Coast Swing, Salsa, Hustle, Waltz, Fox Trot, Lindy and more) from 9 to 11 p.m. Lesson and dance are $10; dance alone is $5 Just show up!

A Sweetheart of a writer in Montreal
718_movie.jpg my film for the week. “The Shadow Dancer”
harvey keitel is one of my all time favourite actors. other than
that i would be interested to see if this film works for other artists
the way it did for me or is it a writer’s thing?
deals with those big F words that haunt every artist’s underworld: fucking fear of failure!



LOCAL-looking for videographer who might be interested in doing some experimental work with dance, nature and video. contact musea6@aol.com

Call for Artists: Outdoor Public Art Exhibition

The City of Pittsfield's annual Artscape outdoor public art exhibition program invites outdoor sculptors and public art creators to submit work for consideration for the 2006-07 Artscape exhibition in downtown Pittsfield. Pittsfield is the geographic and population center of the culturally-rich Berkshires of western Massachusetts, where over two million visitors come each year. A $500 honorarium is provided to artists whose work is selected for display.
Application deadline is August 1, so don't delay, click below for complete guidelines!
Click here for guidelines on applying for the juried Artscape 2006-07 exhibtion program.

July 15
The International Center of Photography's W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography is a $30,000 cash award with an additional $5,000 in fellowship money to be awarded at the discretion of a jury. The grant is awarded to photographers whose past work and proposed project follow the traditions of photographic essayist W. Eugene Smith. For full information on how to apply, visit www.smithfund.org /.

July 17
The Newark Museum's residency program is open to visual artists in the areas of fiber and textiles, clay, fine metals, jewelry and metalsmithing, enameling, sculpture, painting, photography, printmaking, and works on paper. The residency provides the opportunity to use the museum's professional facilities for creating new work. An honorarium of $1,000 will be paid at the conclusion of the residency. For more information about the program and on how to apply, visit www.newark museum.org/.

A nice offer from Joe Blumenthal of Downtown Sounds who generously would like to have artists display their work there. (Downtown Sounds, 21 Pleasant St., Northampton, next to the Pleasant St. Theater)

The window is quite large, and has three panels, each one about 6' X 6', and is about 24" deep. It is exposed to intense sunlight in the morning; the heat of the sun plus the narrowness of the window make it inappropriate to display most musical instruments.

However, the sunlight doesn't hurt most artwork since it's only exposed for a month to six weeks. I normally pay $150 to the artist who installs the window, and work out a consignment agreement for the store to take a percentage of the price if the art is for sale and we manage to sell some of it.

The artwork can be freestanding, lean against a wall at the back of the window that's about three feet high, or (if it's not heavy) be hung from the ceiling.
It's great when the art can have a musical theme, but it's not necessary. Because of its highly visible commercial location, the work should have a mainstream appeal and not have themes which could be offensive. Small pieces don't work well since the window is so large.

If one of your readers is interested in displaying in this context, please have them contact me via email: musician@downtownsounds.com, or via phone at 413- 586-0998.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs + Image Registry The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) is the largest public funder of arts and culture in the country. The Percent for Art artist slide registry is an up-to-date and important component of the Program. The registry is consulted by the architects, panelists, and City agencies for each project. The Percent for Art staff prepares a slide presentation from the registry for each panel meeting. The registry is open to any professional visual artist residing in the United States. Deadline: On-going Information: www.nyc.gov/html/dcla/html/panyc/ slide_reg.shtml

Former Northampton City Council Candidate Daryl G. LaFleur is volunteering use of his website on behalf of the residents of the City of Northampton.
Equipped with a blog, photo gallery, and links page, Daryl hopes people can utilize his site for the betterment of the community. Still in its infancy, Daryl's site is ready to be utilized for issues concerning public policy and quality of life. Visit http://www.darylglafleur.com/ to learn more.

www.ruthwest.com, See article
Jeff Mack
Jill Turner Video
Amy "Bannerqueen" Johnquest
Dianna Stallone Designs
Lynn Peterfreund
Cynthia Guild
The Amazing Bannerqueen
Maureen Scanlon's Peacribbon Project
Photography by Jon Whitney
Fine woodworking art by Peter Dellert
Sculpture by Jim Doubleday
The Canal Gallery Building (my new studio as of May)
Stone Soup Concrete
The Northampton center for the Arts
The Art of Dean Nimmer
The Watkins Gallery
Kathleen Trestka
Zea Mays Printmaking Studio
Lisa Scollan
Deborah Kruger
Sally Curcio
Tom Morton
Jeff DeRose
Claudia Sperry
Michael Martindell
Michael Richardson
Smart Moves Pilates
Singer/Songwriter Diane Falcone
Rhymes With Orange
The Massachusetts Review
EJ Barnes- Cartoons, mandalas, and animation
The O-Tones
Holly Murray
The Invisible Fountain.com
Jan O'Highway
The Art Farm Project UK
Bob Markey
Briana Taylor
Rebecca Graves
Tony Kord
Save Darfur
Michael Kuch
Anila's college ruled art
Lillianna Pereira
Linda Batchelor
Stephanie Cramer
The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
Cottage Street Studios
Lynn Latimer Glass
Easthampton City Arts
Julian Halpern/Steelhead Studios
Elizabeth Solomon Fine Art
Betsy Dawn Williams

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