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JAZZ @ 3rd Street (10/22/16)
Please Join Us For Special Evening of Music
Don Aliquo-on sax
October 22, 2016
$15.00 at the door
Portrait Workshop: The “Power of Pastel"
November 4-6th | 9:00-3:00pm
By: Christine Swann, PSA, IAPS- MC
Located: 3rd Street Gallery, Carnegie, PA
Price: $450.00 (Model fees, breakfasts and catered lunches are included!)
This workshop focuses on a better understanding of how to build a portrait starting with photo references and then finishing from live models. Medium will be pastel. Learn how to understand light; build a solid foundation in composition and color; how to take better references, especially when working with children, and how to take control of the pastel medium. Christine takes the class through her 5-layer approach. This is not a “demo in the morning" and then “do your own thing in the afternoon" workshop. Her casual teaching style makes the workshop challenging and yet fun. All levels welcome.
Fundraiser to help children learn music
Carnegie Celebrates Jazz
Lucarelli Brothers Quarter with Peg Wilson, Richie Cole, Reggie Watkins, and Special Guest Funky Fly Project
Riley's Pour House
215 E. Main Street, Carnegie
September 18, 2016
Platinum Sponsor: $5,000 VIP Table for 8 + More
Gold Sponsor: $1,000 VIP Table for 8 + More
Silver Sponsor: $500 VIP Table for 4 + More
Bronze Sponsor: $250 VIP Table for 2 + More
On September 18th the non-profit organization, Carnegie Arts Initiative will again hold the fifth year of jazz in Carnegie. All of the proceeds from this celebration go towards providing musical instruments with lessons, and professional voice lessons to underprivileged children whose parents cannot otherwise afford music lessons. This is the one of Carnegie Arts Initiative's ways of promoting the arts. Benefits the Children's Music Program at the Boys and Girls Club.
Please get your tickets in advance of the event. Seating is limited. Tickets are available at Riley's Pour House, 3rd Street Gallery, or by calling the Carnegie Arts Initiative at 412-489-5737.
To reserve your tickets send checks payable to Carnegie Arts Initiative, 220 Third Street, Carnegie, PA 15106
Please join us to make this event a powerful event celebrating jazz in Carnegie. Share this information with your friends and family.
Other Seating $30
$35.00 at the door
Purchase food and drinks on site. Option BYOB wine with $5 corkage fee.
Bay Chamber Players
Performing Aaron Copland's "QUIET CITY"
English Horn Soloist Margaret Kenney and Trumpet Soloist Jon Zelhart
Directed by Gil Bigenho, Jr.
Friday, August 12TH at 7:30
$15 at the door. BYOB
The Third Street Gallery, 220 3rd Street, Carnegie, PA
This concert includes a mix of modern arrangements, well known classical composers and originals. Works by David Mathews, Moody Blues, Schubert, Quantz, Kummer, Vivaldi and an original by Gil Bigenho are expected to be performed. The Vivaldi work is for orchestra and two trumpets; Matt Pienkowski will be joining Jon Zelhart as our other soloist.
Musicians to look for in this concert besides soloists include Carla Bouvy, Adrienne Gerber, David Harrison, Norm Miller, Suzanne Levinson, Kathryn Aby-Eva, John Ott, Amber Rozel, Jamie Macaluso and Matthew Korbanic. Doors open early. BYOB a suggested cover charge $15 will be taken at the door.
Please Join Us For Special Evening of Music
Las Vegas Vocalist Frankie Filia
Special Guest Don Aliquo Jr. & Don Aliquo Sr. on sax
July 29, 2016
$15.00 at the door
The Third Street Gallery and Ken Kaszak Present…
The Art & Science of Screenwriting
Where: The Third Street Gallery; 220 3rd Street, Carnegie, PA
When: Part One—Saturday July 16th from 10:30 to 12:00 noon
Part Two—Saturday July 23rd from 10:30 to 12:00 noon
Fee: $200 paid in advance ($100 discount from regular price)
- This class will teach you how to structure, format, research, write and rewrite a full-length motion picture screenplay. The class will provide these insights:
- How to think like a screenwriter
- The screenplay format and outline structure
- How to develop characters and write dialogue
- How to survive the writing/rewriting process
- "THE DIRTY DOZEN" (12 mistakes beginning writers must avoid)
- The ancillary benefits of screenwriting (improved creativity, better editing/listening/research skills, more efficient learning curves, enhanced memory, better business presentation skills, improved time management)
The class is presented in two 90 minute sessions. The instructor is the author of eight complete motion picture screenplays, four books, numerous articles/essays and recipient of two PA Council on the Arts grants.
This class will save you hundreds of hours on the screenwriting learning curve and provide you the tools you need to structure and write a screenplay.
Completing a screenplay is a great accomplishment. It will be among the toughest challenges you ever face. You will be better at everything else you do in life if you learn the proper way to write a screenplay.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-290-1881 to obtain class details and make payment arrangements. A sample script will be electronically provided to qualified candidates. Private lessons and Gift Certificates are also available.
Bay Chambers Players
Please join us for a enjoyable evening of music featuring the Bay Chambers Players
Performing Bach's Brandenburg Concerto #3
April 17, 2016 at 7:30 pm
BYOB $15 at the door
Please join us as we begin our quest to perform Bach's set of Six Brandenburg Concerti.
Musicians scheduled to perform includes:
- Violinists: Gil Bigenho, Kathryn Aby-Eva, John Ott
- Violist: Amber Rozel, Jamie Mancaluso, Sarah Greenwald
- Cellist: Nadine Sherman, Carla Bouvy, Adrienne Gerber
- Bass: Keith Swan
- Keyboard: David Harrison
Afterwards you are welcome to stay and listen to Phil Salvato's jazz quartet.
STUDIO INCAMMINATI IN YOUR TOWN
Form Painting with the Figure
9 a.m.– 4 p.m.
This workshop focuses on the principles essential to transform abstract flat shapes into fully dimensional form. Students study the figure in a way which allows the translation of a three-dimensional world into a two-dimensional painting that conveys the fullest possible sculptural form.
Students focus on painting the figure with a complete range of values and develop the ability to make accurate, relative value calibrations. The focus is on structure, anatomy, proportion, light direction, handling of edges, abstract movements through the figure, composition and an understanding of basic and complex forms of the figure.
These concepts are executed through an application of opaque and semi opaque paint in the light and shadow areas. Control of the paint is a priority and is essential to achieving the required goals. The class is taught with a limited palette of colors to keep the emphasis on the development of form.
Darren Kingsley conducts a three-hour portrait demo, 6–9 p.m., Wednesday, March 23. The event is free for workshop participants and $15 for the public. For information, 412-276-5233,
Instructor and Studio Incamminati graduate Darren Kingsley's paintings hang in the collections of Lucasfilm Ltd., the film production company founded by Star Wars creator George Lucas, and The Union League of Philadelphia as well as numerous private collections.
See Darren's work at www.darrenkingsley.com
For class details please visit www.StudioIncamminati.org
Register by Phone: 215-592-7910
Classes are at the 3rd Street Gallery, 220 3rd Street,Carnegie, PA 15106
Form Painting with the Figure with Darren Kingsley
This workshop was held at the gallery in March and focused on the principles essential to transform abstract flat shapes into fully dimensional form. Students study the figure in a way which allows the translation of a three-dimensional world into a two-dimensional painting that conveys the fullest possible sculptural form.