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Beauty & the Beast Sunday 4.8.2018 – 2:00

Four Corners Arts Center is pleased to present Hampstead Stage Company’s Production of Beauty & the Beast!

Beauty and the Beast is the French fairy tale of a selfless young woman, Beauty, who takes her father’s place as prisoner in a castle far away. Upon arrival, she meets the owner of the castle who appears to be a terrifying Beast. As time progresses, Beauty and the Beast begin to get to know not only each other, but also themselves. In this heartwarming, yet humorous tale, discover the power of being yourself and what it means to listen to your heart.

Recommended for ages 5 and up
CHILDREN 18 & UNDER – FREE
Adults: $10 suggested donation!

Hiroya Tsukamoto 4.22.18 – 2:00 P.M.

Hiroya Tsukamoto takes us on an innovative, impressionistic journey filled with earthy, organic soundscapes that impart a mood of peace and tranquility.

“…chops, passion and warmth. Zealously recommended!” -Jazz Review.com

“HiroyaTsukamoto plays with fluid mastery, pristine tone, and great
warmth. ”  -Celine Keating (author / Acoustic Guitar Magazine / minor7th)

“HiroyaTsukamoto takes us to an impressionistic journey ” -Boston Herald

Website: www.hiroyatsukamoto.com

See Performance Videos HERE:

1. Soledad

2. Gemini Bridge

More About Hiroya here:
Hiroya Tsukamoto is a guitarist and composer originally from Kyoto, Japan. In 2000, he received a scholarship to Berklee College of Music and came to the US. Since then, he has been performing internationally including several appearances with his group at Blue Note in New York and released six albums as a leader. And he also performed and appeared on major televisions internationally such as NHK (Japanese National Television) and EBS in Korea.

Facebook Page:
http://www.facebook.com/HiroyaMusic

 

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2017 Sculpture Park

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Joseph Wheelwright (1948 – 2016)

“What is art? It’s the elevation of the human spirit and joy of the aesthetic.”

(Joseph Wheelwright – 2014, Boston Globe)

“In a post-modernist art world filled with cynical artifice and easy contrivance, Joe Wheelwright’s sculpture initially offers an obvious contrast: you can’t but marvel at the sheer physical effort involved in the making of each piece. Working in obdurate materials––stone, wood, bone, metal––Joe invariably, miraculously,  makes them sing, in sometimes profoundly resonant ways and also in ways beguilingly whimsical. Certainly this speaks to his technical mastery and vast set of skills. It also underscores an aesthetic vision that strikes such an exquisite chord, his unique and original figures inflected deeply with elements from Mother Nature and the art of the past. How marvelous it is to encounter this sculpture, as if discovering the work of some new, ancient civilization.”

(Walter Horak, Sculptor – Little Compton, May 9, 2017)

Joe Wheelwright graduated from Yale University with a BA in 1970.  He earned his Masters in Fine Arts from Rhode Island School of Design in 1975.  During his long career, Joe was a master carver of stones, trees, bones and other natural materials “…twig renditions of trees were succeeded by actual trees, and small stones ballooned into granite boulders that stretched five feet across…”*

Joe was instrumental in the founding of two important arts initiatives in 1992, the Boston Sculptors Gallery and in May of 2001 joined three partners in the transformation of Daloz Cleaners in the now Humphreys Street Studios in Dorchester. Joe was a participant in Four Corners first outdoor sculpture exhibit in 1993.

The exhibit runs June 1st – October 8th and is generously sponsored by:

The Cottage at Four Corners and with support from Steel Giraffe Rigging & Crane of Portsmouth, RI.

The James R. Weir Memorial Scholarship

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The James R. Weir Memorial Scholarship is being offered to a resident of Tiverton or Little Compton who is a graduating high school senior. The Scholarship is being offered by the Tiverton Four Corners Merchants Association, a non-profit organization comprised of the business owners within the Tiverton Four Corners Historic Village. Our mission includes enhancing the community through sponsored family activities, to promote visual and performing arts and to explore and encourage greater participation in the arts throughout the community. The Association will award a scholarship to a high school graduating senior who wishes to further his or her education in either the Arts, Business or Preservation fields.

About James (Jim) Weir. James R. Weir, was an architect and preservationist, who passed away on November 16, 2013  He and his wife Rosalind have spent over 30 years restoring and renovating the 300-year-old village of Tiverton Four Corners, transforming it into a vibrant shopping area and community of the arts – an antithesis of the modern day strip mall. Jim and Roz also founded The Four Corners Arts Center which provides a venue for concerts, film, theatrical performances, exhibits, and arts education.

The project at The Village of Four Corners embodies the ideals Jim Weir so fervently supported: that the sustainability of a community, both physically and philosophically, is enhanced by the alliance between arts, business, and preservation.  This is accomplished through the hard work of committed individuals.

Click “Scholarship Application” to download info and application.

Scholarship Application

Gallery 4 Presents Nature Preserved

Ceramic Classes with Arch Contemporary

2016 SUMMER SESSION
CLASS SCHEDULE

 

Our 2016 summer line-up includes a choice of 3-week, 6-week or 12-week sessions in either wheel throwing or hand-building. Classes meet once a week for three hours.  Tuition includes 25 pounds of clay,  all glaze materials and firing fees.
Email shauna@archcontemporary.com with any questions or to reserve your space (6 students per class max).
For more info or to sign up for classvisit- http://www.archcontemporary.com/classes-events/

 

Thank you so much for purchasing tickets to the concert at Four Corners Arts Center!  Your printed receipt is your ticket but, we will also have your name on a list at the door.

Please call with any questions: 401.624.2600

See you at the concert!

Jennifer & Alyssa

 

 

 

Thank you so much for your Family Sponsorship of the Four Corners Arts Center’s 20th Anniversary Celebration!  We will be contacting you shortly to confirm the name (s) to be used for recognition.

Please call with any questions: 401.624.2600

See you on the 18th !

Jennifer & Alyssa

 

Thank you so much for your ticket purchase to the Four Corners Arts Center’s 20th Anniversary Celebration!  We will be contacting you shortly to confirm the name of guests attending.

Please call with any questions: 401.624.2600

See you on the 18th !

Jennifer & Alyssa

 

 

 

Thank you so much for your Corporate Sponsorship of the Four Corners Arts Center’s 20th Anniversary Celebration!  We will be contacting you shortly to confirm the name (s) to be used for recognition.

Please call with any questions: 401.624.2600

See you on the 18th!

Jennifer & Alyssa