Q: What was the thinking that went into having Gretchen utter “I love you, too” (which was followed by awkward silence)?. A: In most relationships, there comes a moment where it has to be said, and/or reciprocated. I’ve always said that I wanted their relationship to follow the major signposts of a relationship and this is one of them. I like how it comes out of left field — following right on the heels of the depression storyline. Even though, in some ways, it might seem like a small thing, it’s a surprise considering that they seemed close to breaking up. It’s a nice moment … a sign of hope.
The event will begin at 7 p.m, at the Shadelands Arts Center auditorium, 111 N, Wiget Lane, Residents are invited to meet the mayor and talk about current issues in Walnut Creek, “I hope people pointe shoes, ballet art, pencil drawing, figure drawing, feet, art print, contemporary art, wall art, black and white, gift for will come and share what’s on their minds,” said Simmons says in an online news release, “I won’t be giving a prepared presentation; instead, this is intended as an opportunity for citizens to come and talk with the mayor about Walnut Creek.”, Cancer Society Discovery Shops hold golden anniversary..
Throughout the process of opening the Hammer Theatre Center, Lisa Vollendorf has drawn inspiration from another partnership between the city of San Jose and its university. When Vollendorf, San Jose State University’s dean of humanities and the arts, arrives on campus each day, she walks through the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library on the way to her office. Located just a few blocks from the Hammer Theatre, the library opened downtown in 2003 to serve both San Jose residents and SJSU students.
The new pointe shoes, ballet art, pencil drawing, figure drawing, feet, art print, contemporary art, wall art, black and white, gift for mural is the work of an Oakland-based nonprofit, The Community Rejuvenation Project, The colorful design incorporates historical figures and events that represent “a fusion of the past, present and future communities of this particular neighborhood,” organizers say, The organization’s executive director is Desi Mundo, who also is one of the artists, Also participating in the mural’s creation was Pancho Peskador, Twenty-five days of time-lapse videography, coordinated by filmmaker Spencer Wilkinson, took place in July when the mural was being painted, Wilkinson also taped the many community meetings and performances at the nearby Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts over the monthslong planning that led up to the final product..
MACLA: The Art of Politics: Three Generations of Political Printmaking in the Bay Area, featuring works by Juan Fuentes, Melanie Cervantes, Jesus Barraza, Leslie Lopez & Natalia Garcia Pasmanick. Through Aug. 7. 510 S. First St., San Jose. 408.998.ARTE or www.maclaarte.org. San Jose Museum of Art: Opening July 22: “Retro-Tech,” an exhibition that explores technology and the concept of obsolescence. Organized in conjunction with the 01SJ Biennial art and technology event. Through Feb. 6. “Real and Hyperreal,” an exhibition from the museum’s permanent collection that contrasts academic realism with new approaches the redefine reality. Through Aug. 1. “New Stories From the Edge of Asia: Plastic Life,” through Sept. 19. 110 S. Market St., San Jose. 408.271.6840 or www.sjmus art.org.