Wednesday, October 28, 2009

October 29, 2009 – Art auction, local horror flicks, and Free and Legal Downloads

The Transit Building Art Studios in Oil City are holding a Silent Auction of art work donated by area artists as a benefit to help refurbish the gallery, pottery, and other spaces in the Transit Building. The Auction is in the street level space in the Annex and is open every afternoon this week from noon to 4:00 pm, and on Saturday. Bidding closes at 7:00 pm on Saturday during the All Souls celebration (5:00 - 9:00 pm -- come in costume, bring food and friends!!).

Mike Thomas, owner of the Derrick Deli on Seneca Street in Oil City across from the Transit Annex, is looking for artists interested in exhibiting work. Featured artists to date have been Charlie Whipple, Ted Rossino, George Cooley, Claudia Allen, and Jim Kronmiller.

Please drop in and let Mike know if you are interested in exhibiting, or email him at It's a great way to show your work!

The Franklin Civic Operetta Association Board of Directors is seeking motivated individuals committed to the development and enhancement of the theatre arts to serve on the Board of Directors.

Crawford County students put skills to work making horror flick

The Pittsburgh Technology Council is currently creating a proposal to create an Art and Tech Corridor in the Cultural District during this year’s arts festival, and is looking for companies and individuals to participate – and showcase the innovation and creativity of our region.

The Frick Art & Historical Center in Point Breeze has eliminated one full-time and two part-time positions because of its shrinking endowment, officials said.

Free and Legal Downloads:

Label Sampler 2009

CMJ 2009: The Bands, The Music, The City, Vol. 3

Carolina Chocolate Drops Live at Bijou Theatre on October 11, 2009

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