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The Library Summer Program for Kids at the John M. Pfau Library at CSUSB is back!!

We hope you can join us this year for "Cultures of the World" on July 8-10, 2014 from 8:00am-2pm in PL-4005.

The events will include numerous cultural activities, reading, writing, and dance.

Thank you to all our amazing donors! Domino's Pizza is providing lunch on the first day and local restaurants are providing gift certificates for a free kid's meal.

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Maddy Lederman's debut novel, EDNA IN THE DESERT, chronicles a tech-addicted, Los Angeles teen stranded at her grandparents' remote cabin without cell phone service, Internet or television. The tale takes place in sections of the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County. 

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tpsCreative Expressions, Inc. a 501-C-3 Corporation promoting the arts is giving FREE workshops in the Arts for youth ages 9-12 with a family member 18 years and older.

The workshops are open to all.

The workshops will focus on “Justice- Expressed in African American and Hispanic American Art” featuring:

Dance (Hip-Hop, Line Dance, Salsa, Step)

Drama (Reader’s Theatre)

Music (Songwriting, Instrument making)

Creative Writing (Poetry, Personal Stories)

Visual Arts (Painting, Print-making, Collage)

The workshops are lead by a group of professional, eager, fun, energetic and committed instructors of the arts.

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RAFFMA, the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art at Cal State San Bernardino, will host a writing workshop for high school students.

The workshop, which will meet every Thursday for six weeks beginning Jan. 30, will use visual arts, featuring artwork on display at the museum and digital images of artworks, to practice and strengthen critical thinking and improve writing skills.

The writing exercises and assignments will be taught by Jerry Tivey and will take place in and out of the classroom with instructor and peer critiques in class.

The workshop will take place on Thursday evenings, Jan. 30-March 6, from 5:30-6:30 p.m., at RAFFMA.

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RAFFMA, the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art at Cal State San Bernardino, will host a writing workshop for high school students.

The workshop, which will meet every Thursday for six weeks beginning Jan. 30, will use visual arts, featuring artwork on display at the museum and digital images of artworks, to practice and strengthen critical thinking and improve writing skills.

The writing exercises and assignments will be taught by Jerry Tivey and will take place in and out of the classroom with instructor and peer critiques in class.

The workshop will take place on Thursday evenings, Jan. 30-March 6, from 5:30-6:30 p.m., at RAFFMA.

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RAFFMA, the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art at Cal State San Bernardino, will host a writing workshop for high school students.

The workshop, which will meet every Thursday for six weeks beginning Jan. 30, will use visual arts, featuring artwork on display at the museum and digital images of artworks, to practice and strengthen critical thinking and improve writing skills.

The writing exercises and assignments will be taught by Jerry Tivey and will take place in and out of the classroom with instructor and peer critiques in class.

The workshop will take place on Thursday evenings, Jan. 30-March 6, from 5:30-6:30 p.m., at RAFFMA.

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NaNoWriMo - this jumbled mouthful of letters may be floating around your social media feeds or you might have friends begging off of plans this month using it as an excuse. Or it’s a complete mystery to you. November is NaNoWriMo, which stands for National Novel Writing Month. It’s called a “writing contest,” but the only real opponent is the aspiring novelists’ own procrastination. To “win,” participants must write 50,000 words in one month, with a daily goal of 1,667 words per day.

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The founders of PoetrIE, Cindy Rinne, Jason Keller, and Larry Eby, are an unlikely trio: a hippie, a vegan biker, and an unassuming fella with dark rimmed glasses. The one thing they all have in common, however, besides producing incredible poetry, is their dedication in putting the Inland Empire on the literary map. When people think of the Inland Empire, they often think of warehouses, meth, congested traffic, and the Mission Inn. But rarely does “Inland Empire” evoke images of poets reading on corners and an art renaissance spreading like wild fire throughout the region.

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ARTS CONNECTION CONFERENCE PARTNERS

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Special thanks to our conference host, Copper Mountain College!

 

ARTS PATRONS    

  

Drs. Ernest & Dorothy Garcia

 

Arts Sustainers

Randy Polumbo

KOA Corporation Planning & Engineering

San Bernardino Art Association

The Ranch Projects Publishing

Joshua Tree Music Festival

 

Arts Advocates

Paulson Orthodontics

Mojave Desert Land Trust

Cultural Planning Group

Gruen Associates

The Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art

The Ontario Museum of History and Art

The Community Foundation

The Noah Purifoy Foundation

Pappy & Harriets

Bobby Furst 

 

Arts Friends

Joshua Tree Highlands Artist Residency (JTHAR)

High Desert Test Sites

Elwood & Associates

Inlandia Institute

 

Special thanks to Copper Mountain College for our hosting the conference this year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARTS CONNECTION

The Garcia Center for the Arts
536 W. 11th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92410

Tel: 909.381.1900
info@artsconnectionnetwork.org

mailing address:

CSUSB
5500 University Parkway
Visual Arts Building, Rm. 308
San Bernardino, CA 92407

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