From Audition to Performance

LifeHouse Theater is pleased to offer StageRight Acting Classes, designed to teach children and young people the aspects of theatrical stagecraft from auditions to performances.

Leading this educational outreach for LifeHouse Theater is acclaimed local actor, choreographer, director and instructor Michael Milligan. Our classes allow us to combine the wonderful teaching skills of Michael with the quality and values people have come to expect from
LifeHouse Theater.

Classes will take place Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from July 7 through August 1 with performance exercises on Monday and Tuesday, August 4 and 5.

StageRight Junior is tailored for students ages 6-10 and will meet from 1pm – 2pm.

StageRight Senior will be a more comprehensive course for students 11 and up and meets from 2pm to 4pm. 

Limited seating; reservations required (909) 395-2510

Artist Rebecca Hamm will introduce her installation of artworks at the museum and share her methods of art practice in a demonstration of her landscape watercolor technique which includes traditional materials and new technologies.

Rebecca will work with you on releasing your creative capacities by exploring the natural forms in nature and the emotive qualities of color.

No prior experience required, if possible, bring your smartphone or tablet with camera capabilities.

Workshops at the ART BARN/Workshops, etc. by Susan

Fridays , starting last week of June from :

9-11 a.m. for AGES 7-14

$25 each, family discount $20 for two or more

11:30-12:30 for AGES 3-6

$15 each

All supplies included Limited space... Reserve your spot early.

"Feel the Sun from Both Sides Creativity Workshop - An interplay of Langauge and Visual Images"

Maureen Alsop & Cindy Rinne

Sat., June 21, in celebration of the Summer Solstice, 9am-3pm, Riverside Art Museum, 3425 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside, $80 - includes all materials.

Part of the Inlandia Summer School for Writers.

Register: Cindy Rinne, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

This workshop offers the opportunity to tap into writing and creating a visual presentation of language.

Did you know that, here in Inland Southern California, over 50 percent of residential water use takes place outdoors, feeding our thirsty lawns and gardens?*  

We can save dollars and help sustain one of our most precious environmental resources by using water-conserving plantings.

Renowned Landscape Architect Robert Perry will lead a presentation on how to make aesthetically appealing garden designs using plants that do not use a lot of water.  Bob will be bringing 15 to 20 one gallon container plants and the focus will be on plant choices and design compositions for the residential garden. (The plants will be given away to attendees.)

*Information Source: Association of California Water Agencies, and Public Policy Institute of California.

“Water in the Desert” at Twentynine Palms Visitor Center

"Water in the Desert: Scarcity and Abundance” is the theme for the summer Art in Public Places exhibition at the Twentynine Palms Visitor Center and Chamber of Commerce, 73484 29 Palms Hwy., in downtown Twentynine Palms. The show runs from July through September.

Desert artists are invited to submit one original piece of art for possible inclusion in the group exhibition, and can deliver their artwork to the visitor center on Friday, June 27, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Artwork must depict or be inspired by the theme of water in the desert, focusing on either its scarcity or abundance, from storms and flash floods to dust devils and drought.

Acceptable media include photography, painting, drawing, watercolor, and mixed media; or artists may submit three-dimensional work such as assemblage, sculpture, ceramics, or fabric art. All work must be ready to mount or hang with professional wire, must be offered for sale, and should be suitable for viewing by the general public. 

Summer Day Camp at the San Bernardino County Museum

Investigating Animals

Session 1: July 7 – July 11, 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Cost: $155.00 (non-members), $135.00 (museum association members)

Join us as we explore the kingdom of animals. From the microscopic to the gigantic, furred, feathered and fabulous, kids love animals. We’ll collect, observe, and study animals and their behavior. Campers will pose scientific questions and conduct research to find answers. They will make and use science field notebooks to help focus observations and collect data, and take home to use as they continue animal studies on their own. And of course, they will pet, cuddle and romp with Exploration Station residents. All Animals—All Week Long! 

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San Bernardino, CA 92410

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