TVAL holds joint show ‘Life and Death’ at the Truax in Old Town Temecula

TVAL holds joint show ‘Life and Death’ at the Truax in Old Town Temecula

Victor Miller Special to Valley News Last month The Temecula Valley Art League held a tribute show honoring the late abstract expressionist, Reza Sepahdari at the Truax Building in Old Town Temecula. Sepahdari, who died earlier this year, was an Iranian-born artist known for his rich brushstrokes. Escaping post-Shah Pahlavi Iran and eventually becoming a […]

Temple Beth Sholom to present ‘An Evening of Jewish Musical Heritage and Learning In Celebration of Hanukkah’

TEMECULA – Temple Beth Sholom of Temecula will be hosting its second annual Hanukkah community event. “An Evening of Jewish Musical Heritage and Learning In Celebration of Hanukkah.” The event will be held Thursday, Dec. 29, at the Temecula Community Conference Center located at Temecula City Hall, 41000 Main Street in Temecula.  Doors open at 6 p.m. with educational sessions and […]

Self-taught artist Krysta Wright honored as December’s Artist of the Month by Arts Council Menifee

Self-taught artist Krysta Wright honored as December’s Artist of the Month by Arts Council Menifee

Arts Council Menifee Special to Valley News Since being the youngest recipient of an Alliance for California Traditional Arts grant at the age of eight, Krysta Wright has continued to make art a large part of her life. The self-taught artist, now 23 years old, has tried her hand at drawing, painting, sculpting and working […]

California Docu Film Festival screens more than 30 documentaries

California Docu Film Festival screens more than 30 documentaries

The California Docu Film Festival in Menifee kicks off Dec. 5, and runs through Dec. 13. Documentary screenings start at 4 p.m. at Santa Rosa Academy and 6 p.m. at Mt. San Jacinto College. Last screenings are 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., respectively. Screenings are free to public. Special events throughout the festival include several […]

Temecula quilter wins quilting honors

Temecula quilter wins quilting honors

Maritza Farr of Temecula won second-place honors in the” Create a Prints and Wovens Keepsake Challenge” sponsored by Keepsake Quilting, known worldwide for their quilting-supply website, full-color catalog and shop in Center Harbor, New Hampshire, all filled with fabrics, kits, patterns, books, tools and notions – everything a quilter could wish for. Keepsake Quilting initiated […]

‘Sign of the Times: The Great American Political Poster’ on display at the Temecula Valley Museum

TEMECULA – Before network news, cable and satellite TV, before relentless television commercials, before the internet and social media, how did political candidates share their message? During this presidential election season, it is only fitting that the Temecula Valley Museum takes a look back at past elections and introduces its latest traveling exhibit, which features […]

MSJC announces art show featuring UC Riverside students, faculty and the community

MSJC announces art show featuring UC Riverside students, faculty and the community

SAN JACINTO – The Mt. San Jacinto College Fine Art Gallery Presents “Inland Empire: Master of Fine Art Candidates from the University of California Riverside: Dicky Bahto, Hollie Brown, Kellie Flint, Merideth Hillbrand, Ahram Park and Anna Wittenberg” from Nov. 7 through Dec. 8 with an opening reception being held Nov. 10. The exhibit is […]

‘Invasion of the Sock Creatures’ Teen Program Upcycles Socks

‘Invasion of the Sock Creatures’ Teen Program Upcycles Socks

TEMECULA – Did they come from space? From under your bed? Are they monsters from the lint trap in your dryer? They’re Sock Creatures! Have fun making these one-of-a-kind creations at the teen program, “Invasion of the Sock Creatures” Monday, Nov. 14, from 7- 8:30 p.m. at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library located […]

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