Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Regent Summer: Kuhn COTTON PATCH, Shaw BEAUTY, Jones CONCERT, etc, etc

Lots of great arts events "under the green roof" at Regent Colleget this summer, as always. Check these out! (And almost all of it is free!) PT pals in bold.

July 4 - Aug. 3
Lookout Gallery: Margaret Cottle, Watchwords: Caligraphy Exhibition
Opening reception: Wed., July 4, 4:30 pm with the artist present

Thur., July 5 Lunchtime Concert
Miriam Jones and Jez Carr Jazz Vocals

Thur., July 5
7:30 pm
Cost $10
Bruce Kuhn
Cotton Patch Gospel

Tickets available at the Regent Bookstore

Mon., July 9
Maxine Hancock
Tracing Grace in Life’s Transitions: Life and the Literature of Spiritual Pilgrimage
All lectures are free and held from 8:00-9:30 pm in the Regent College Chapel

Tues., July 10 Lunchtime concert
The Rob Decotes Quartet Jazz

Tues., July 10
The Things That Are: Musical Reflections on God and Creation
An Integrative Project in Arts and Theology
Jill Zimmerman

Thur., July 12 Lunchtime Concert
Evelyn Loewen Celtic Harp

Regent College Tradition Conference 2007 (July 14)
Luci Shaw and Sven Soderlund
The Truth of Beauty & the Beauty of Truth

Thur., July 19 Lunchtime concert
Michael Hart and Spencer Capier Celtic-Blues Roots Music

Thur., July 19
Shorts Film Festival
Motel Depot Directed by Murray Stiller; Starring Craig Erickson
9:14 min, Drama/Comedy
A Well Watered Garden Produced and Directed by Elisa and Matthew Leahy
11:18 min, Documentary
The Hitchhiker Directed by Jason Goode; Produced by John Sullivan and Jason Goode; Based on the play by Kathleen Parsons. Starring Aleks Paunovic and Gina Chiarelli, 13 min, Comedy
Panel to include Dave Rempel and other special guests.

Tues., July 24 Lunchtime concert
Catriona Day Solo Cello

Thur., July 26 Lunchtime concert
John Gilliat and friends Flamenco Guitar

Wed., August 1
Lauren Winner
Autobiography of a Bookworm: Notes from My Reading Life
All lectures are free and held from 8:00-9:30 pm in the Regent College Chapel

Thur., Aug 2 Lunchtime concert
Ahna Phillips, Guitar and Mountain dulcimer

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