2002-05-25 / Community

ArtFrenzy: Treasures on the Beach

ArtFrenzy: Treasures on the Beach

Looking for treasures from the beach? You will find a dazzling array of handcrafted articles and more at the ArtFrenzy Arts Festival in Fort Tilden, Gateway National Recreation Area, on Saturday and Sunday, June 8 & 9, 2002, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Arts and crafts vendors will be lined up on Beach 169 Street by the entrance to Fort Tilden both days. Visitors can stroll among booths filled with all kinds of unusual art objects crafted by many local artists.

Some of the area artists include Arlene Cornell, a watercolor artist known for her evocative landscapes of boats and water. Her works invite you into a world celebrating simple and natural beauty.

Local resident and artist Liz Smith will bring one of a kind hand decorated glasswork, photographs and samples of sand art photography. Look for her sign, Simply Created by Liz.

Steve Yaeger is a local author and painter, concentrating on subjects from nature as well as Rockaway scenes.

Clay artist and Wave publisher Susan Locke creates distinctive pottery pieces including plates, bowls and cups. If you find yourself by the building that The Wave newspaper calls home, you will see many of her works, as well as works by other artists, displayed in the windows.

There is still some space available. So if you are an arts and crafts vendor interested in displaying your wares at the ArtFrenzy, please call 718-634-1300 to secure a site.

Art Frenzy 2002-The Rockaway Artists Alliance, Inc.

A month-long multimedia arts event

SPECIAL EVENTS CALENDAR-Art Frenzy Weekend June 8 & 9- Admissions Free-Rain or Shine

Calendar subject to change

Date/Time

Event

Description

Indoor /Outdoor- (indoor alternatives)

May 25-June 23

1. Gallery hours: Saturday 12-5 pm and Sunday 1-4 pm

2. Sculpture Park hours: dawn to dusk

1. Visual Arts Exhibition:

sTudio 6 and sTudio 7 Galleries

2. Outdoor Sculpture Park

1. Paintings, sculpture, photography, installation art, poetry . Meet the artists June 8 & 9

2. 20 outdoor sculptures situated throughout the seaside park

1. Indoor

2. Outdoor

June 8 and June 9

1. 11 amâ0136 pm

2. 11 am-6 pm

3. 11 am-6 pm

1. Open Studios Tours

2. Children's Art Exhibit

3. Maps of Displacement

1. Michael Redpath, painter/sculptor; Robin Pogrebitsky, "fantastic" wood carve; Tim Kearney, master guitar builder

2. Exhibition of children's art

3. Drawings and sculptures pertaining to residents' displacement after 9/11

1. Artists' studios--Fort Tilden

2. Along passageway between Riis Parking lot and Fort Tilden (weather permitting)

3. Adaptive Aquatics

Sat., June 8-Performances and Activities 10 am-11 pm

1. 10 am (rain date June 9)

2. 12 noon

3. 12--4 pm

4. 11 am--5 pm

5. 12-5 pm

6. 12:30 pm

7. 1-2:30 pm

8. 1-4 pm

9. 2:30 pm

10. 3 pm

11. 3:30 pm

12. 4:00 pm

13. 4:30

14. 5 pm

15. 5:30

 

1. The 'Art' of Bird Watching

2. Yoga with Ruth

3. Children's Costumed Parade Workshop

4 Stained Glass Demonstration

5. Teen Mosaic Workshop

6. Patricia Grace

7. Open Poetry Mic "Jr" with Nile

O'Leary, Irish School of Dance

8. Mural Painting

9. "The Wise Sophia"

10. The Little Globe Theater

11. Journeys with Sound: Exotic Music from Ancient Civilization

12. Mariana Bekerman Dance Company: "Pile Driver!"

13. Winning Models, Inc.

14. Poetry Reading and Nile O'Leary School of Dance

15. Rockaway Theatre Company

1. Bird walk and artistry with Denis Macrae, comparing the art of various bird field guides to sited birds

2. Group yoga exercises

3. Children are invited to create costumes for their Sunday parade

4. Stained glass demonstration with Master Craftsman Patrick Clark

5. Mosaic constructions for teens with Anne Hourigan

6. Singer/acoustic guitarist

7. Original poetry readings-children 8-16 years old. Featuring John Bellon, magician/poet, performing "Crayons," "Jibberville," many more

8. Geoff Rawling leads the public in painting a mural

9. Children's musical fable with Patricia Grace

10. Scene: "Mary of Scotland", with Martha Caccia, and Susan Hartenstein. Director: Mario Martone

11. Exotic music from ancient civilization

12. Modern dance

13. Fashion Show

14. Poets read original work and Irish dance students perform

15. Comedy sketch, "Who's on First", and songs from "The Rockaway Café"

 

1. sTudio 6/outdoor

2. sTudio 7

3. sTudio 7-outdoor

4. behind sTudio 7-outdoor

5. behind sTudio 7-outdoor

6. Rockaway Moon (outdoor stage)

7. Rockaway Moon

8. Against building at rear of parade ground opposite Wenger Wagon

10. Rockaway Moon

11 sTudio 7

11. grassy area across from sTudo 6

13. Rockaway Moon

14. Rockaway Moon

15. Rockaway Moon

Sun., June 9â014

Performances and Activities 12-6 pm

1. 11 am

2. 12:00-4 pm

3. 12 noon

4. 12:30 pm

5. 1 pm

6. 1-3 pm

7. 1:30 pm

8. 2 pm

9. 2:30 pm

10. 3 pm

11. 3:30 pm

12. 4 pm

13. 4:30 pm

14. 5:30 pm

15. 6 pm-8 pm

1 Children's Costume Workshop

2. Teen Mosaic Workshop

3. "Walking the Labyrinth"

4. PS/MS 43 African Dance Ensemble

5. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Rockaway Moon stage

6. Children's Parade

7. "Cinderella," Choreographed by Pat Gannon

8. PanAfrican Dance Theater

9. Quintet of the Americas: Music from the Hemisphere

10. International Dance

11. "Get High on Life" aka "Brotha Nature" Rockaway Theatre Company Children's Play

12. Belly Dancing

13. The Little Globe Theater performances

14. Jammin' with Tom Graves, Danny Marston, Marty Tish and Matt Gilleece

15. Art Frenzy After Dark: Open Mic

1. Children are invited to create costumes for parade

2. Mosaic constructions for teens with Anne Hourigan

3. Healing walk through a labyrinth with Nancy Gahles (yoga).

4. Students performing two African dances under the direction of Denise Leary

5. Queens Borough President Helen Marshall will cut the ribbon, opening this transplanted Broadway set

6. Costumed Children's Parade with participants from all over Queens. Coordinator, Nina Fleischman

7. Children's dance performance of this popular fairy tale

8. Professional dance troupe

9. Music from the western hemisphere including from Bolivia

10. Children performing dances from around the world. Choreographed by Pat Gannon

11. Ten minute anti-drug play written and performed by children

12. Traditional belly dancing performed by Lorraine Costa and Adele Lin

13. Scenes from "Anastasia," Amadeus," and "Gypsy." Directed by Mario Martone

14. Funk and blues Music

15. Open mic and musical performances. Hosted by Sandra Overstreet and Irene Mallinger. Featuring poet Lynne Shaw, and musical guests The T-7 Band, Patricia Grace, and many more

1. sTudio 6 - outdoor

2. behind sTudio 7-outdoor

3. across from

sTudio 6

4. Rockaway Moon

5. Rockaway Moon

6. beginning at Rockaway Moon through Fort Tilden

7. Rockaway Moon

8. Rockaway Moon

9. sTudio 7

10. Rockaway Moon

11. Rockaway Moon

12. Rockaway Moon

13. Rockaway Moon

14. Rockaway Moon

15. sTudio 7

Friday, June 7 at 9 pm -- Tugboat Film and Video Series: avant garde short films â013 location: Riis Landing.

Juried Artists-sTudio 7: Irv Gordon, Esther Grillo, Anne Hourigan, M. Elliott Killian, Christian Le Gars, Kate Judge, Denis Macrae, Agnes Martinez, Jean Jackson-Moore, Geoff Rawling, Cindy Rosin, Maria Ruggiano, Robert Sarnoff, David Williams, Belinda Williams-El, Janet Dever, Kevin Callaghan, Elizabeth Green, Patricia Grace, Nili Ness, Michael Tubridy.

Guest Artists-sTudio 6: Penelope Atheras, Roger Carreau, Jason Cina, Mario Luis Garcia, Callie Danae Hirsch, Christina Jorge, Robert and Theresa Ingui, Lucille Lacey, Jonas Mlenak, Anthony Padovano, Clyde Rowe, John Russo, Victor Zinoukhov, Louanne Arnheiter, Jan Nebozenko, Marie Christine Katz.

Sculpture Garden: Ugur Ulutas

"Best of Remembering" exhibition: Visual Artists-Bryan Bernath, Roger Carreau, Janet Dever, Esther Grillo, Walter Gurbo, Denis Macrae, John Russo, Michael Tubridy. Poets: Sandra Cannon-Fitzpatrick, Susan Hartenstein, M. E. K. N., Sandra Overstreet, Lynne Shaw

Entertainment: Tim Malloy, juggler; P.S./MS 43 African Dance Ensemble; Nancy Gahles and Ruth Graves, Yoga; John Bellon; Adele Lin, Lorraine Costa, belly dancers; Darius Kaufmann, cultural music; Patricia Grace, acoustic and children's music; T-7 funk/alternative music; Blues Club, R & B music; Quintet of the Americas; The PanAfrican Dance Theater; Mariana Bekerman Dance, Inc.; Nile O'Leary Irish School of Dance; Winning Models Fashion Show; Rockaway Theatre Company; The Little Globe Theater; Irene Mallinger and Lynne Shaw, poetry.


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