ara Karloff speaks about her father, actor Boris Karloff, to the students of the Sci-Fi Horror class at Idyllwild Arts Academy and local residents last Thursday evening.
Category: On The Town
Critically acclaimed songwriter and musician Richard Thompson performed with the Idyllwild Arts Academy Orchestra in the world premiere of “Interviews With Ghost” which consisted of three songs, “Weak Signal,” “Forgive and Forget” and “I’ll Take All My Sorrows to the Sea.” Thompson wrote all three.
Politics is notorious for fundraising and the involvement of money in elections. Usually this is the elephant in the room, the unspoken reality. In Idyllwild, our Animal Rescue Friends are willing to face and embrace this issue. In fact, ARF hopes to make plenty of money from the next election in Idyllwild. ARF will organize, […]
And the winners are … The winners from the 2012 Art Alliance of Idyllwild’s Judged Artist Member’s Show held April 28 at the Quiet Creek Inn Gallery. Mixed Media First Brenda Underwood “What a Hoot” Second Colin Smith “In Between Season” Third Scott Finnell “By the Sea” Abstract First Ross Clunis “The Smile Within Humanity” […]
Two town locals and two Idyllwild Arts Academy music students landed spots in the semifinals of the Voice of the Valley singing competition, VOV Artistic Director Alexander Yepremian said. Isabella Magonna and Rhonda Legate, of Idyllwild, and Idyllwild Arts students Nicholas “Nicky” Martin and Alex Keller are semifinalists. VOV, renamed from “Hemet’s Got Talent,” is […]
Conductor and Composer in Residence of Idyllwild Arts, Peter Askim, speaks at the ICRC speakers series on Wednesday evening at the Quiet Creek Gallery. As he gave his talk, “What’s New? The Latest, Greatest, Up-To-Date in Contemporary Classical Music,” he played examples of the music. The event was co-sponsored by the Associates of Idyllwild Arts Foundation.
Millions of free books were hand-delivered to unsuspecting individuals on Monday, April 23, around the U.S., U.K. and Ireland as part of World Book Night 2012 — “Spreading the love of reading, person to person” — including in Idyllwild. These happy Café Aroma customers were visited by “Book Fairies,” representing INK Book Gathering in Idyllwild, who gave them a few titles from a list of 30. A discussion of World Book Night followed on Tuesday at INK.