One summer becomes a lifetime: Bill Lowman concludes Throwback Summer Lecture...

In 1965, 16-year-old Bill Lowman came to Idyllwild to sing in Robert Holmes’ celebrated choir as part of the Idyllwild School of Music and...

Junior Naturalists have four new programs

By Sally Hedberg Special to the Town Crier This Saturday at the Nature Center, the Junior Naturalists will be learning “What’s Beneath the Earth.” This program...

Idyllwild Arts Summer Program launches Writers Week

For many years, the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program has been known as a gathering place for some of the country’s finest poets and writers....

Theater artist Suzanne Avalon produces results

Theater artist Suzanne Avalon is no neophyte. She knows her stuff, has studied with New York theater royalty, has paid her dues and makes...

A trip to the ‘40s with Bill Tole and the Jimmy...

What could be better than an outdoor summer concert with the big band hits of the Dorsey Brothers and vocals made famous by the...

Jan Jaspers-Fayer paints, draws, sculpts, designs, builds and invents

“My problem is I’m too diversified,” smiled Dutch native Jan Jaspers-Fayer. Eighty-six years young, Jaspers-Fayer still creates, still exhibits and is still interested —...

Annette Haywood-Carter is new IA film chair

Hollywood film professional Annette Haywood-Carter is the new chair of the Idyllwild Arts Academy Department of Film and Digital Media. Best known for her...

Palencia Turner to help Idyllwild Arts grow

Palencia Turner is the new Chief Development Officer at Idyllwild Arts Foundation. She begins July 13 and brings extensive fundraising experience to her new...

Finnells’ goal with 2nd Saturday is to add to Idyllwild’s art...

Scott and Kimberlee Finnell started “2nd Saturday” in 2013 with the goal of attracting new visitors to the Hill and adding to Idyllwild’s reputation...
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