April 4, 2013

Arts Express: April 4, 2013


“I am proud to offer young artists an opportunity to have their work displayed at the U.S. Capitol,” Owens said in a statement.

Students should submit a digital copy and a completed Student Information and Release Form to This form can be found at or by requesting a copy from Owens’s office.

A full description of contest guidelines can be found at

The winner of the competition will send his or her submission to Washington, D.C., to be displayed for one year as part of the national student art exhibition in the U.S. Capitol. All submissions must be received no later than Tuesday, April 23.

Let Your YogaDance luncheon planned in Malone

MALONE — The Foothills ARTSociety is sponsoring a fundraising luncheon 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at the Malone Golf Club.

Let Your Yoga Dance will be presented by Nancy Child, certified instructor, through the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Cost for this event is $25, which includes the presentation, a 30-minute audience participation (optional) class and the luncheon with four food selections.

To reserve a seat and your choice from the menu, call 483-4135 or 291-6439 or email

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