Christmas art themed with “Home, Community, Family, and Love” can be submitted to Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley’s annual Holiday Ornament Contest. All submitted, appropriate artwork will be displayed at the organization’s Christmas Tree Lane event at Promenade Temecula mall throughout the holiday season.
TEMECULA—The Truax Building was the site for the Temecula Valley Art League’s Mixed Media Art Show on the evening of Aug. 7. The Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting event, which was organized by artist Marilyn Latimer, was intended to expand the city’s palette of culture while promoting local talent as well. Despite the TVAL event’s focus […]
J. Scott Lapp and Executive Director Jordan Beck, hits the boards running with their Broadway performance of “Urinetown” according to reviewer, Beverly Nault. Boasting cast and crew from Riverside, San Diego and Orange counties…
Weekly wrap up of local news. Pala premieres two new restaurants, active shooter drill at Shivela Middle School, and Shakespeare in The Vines.
TEMECULA—Experience Temecula through the creative eye of artist Bonnie Martland now through Aug. 16 at the Temecula Valley Museum. Her artwork will be on display in the museum’s Rotunda Gallery, a new art space that expands offerings to the public. Martland, a 36-year Temecula resident and 32-year veteran art teacher, combines her passion for art […]
The Temecula Performing Arts Company is taking the stage again to showcase the new musical “Children’s Letters to God.” Creative Director Jillian Stones is bringing to the stage of the Elsinore High School a story of five friends voicing beliefs, desires, questions, and doubts about God. The show runs May 1, 2, 3, 16, and 17. […]
Dorland Mountain Arts Colony board members and resident artists are preparing for Sunday’s annual “Arts under the Oaks” celebration in hopes of continuing the rebuilding of the 10-acre artists retreat destroyed by fire a decade ago. The colony is currently the home of four resident artists who will be showing off their special works along […]