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Echo Valley Art Group Exhibition, St. Elouise Concert, MAGNOLIA CITY Book Release and More Set for First Friday at The Ware Center

Echo Valley Art Group Exhibition, St. Elouise Concert, MAGNOLIA CITY Book Release and More Set for First Friday at The Ware CenterThe next First Friday at The Ware Center features three art shows, music by an up-and-coming trio, orchestra music featuring a Van Cliburn Winner and a multi-media presentation launching a local author's debut novel. Learn more below!

Echo Valley Art Group Exhibition Features Over Two Dozen Different Artists

The Artwork of the Echo Valley Art Group is returning to the Ware Center for their group show. This year's show is scheduled to feature the works of Carol Anspach, Dan Burns, Ann DeLaurentis, Milt Friedly, Bruce Fry, Jim Gallagher, Carol Galligan, Jeff Geib, Claire Giblin, Susan Gottleib, Joanne Hensel , Ken Hoak, Richard Huck, Ken Kristen, Heidi Leitzke, Robert Lyon, Ellen Sloupe, Carol Morgan, Richard Ressel, Peg Richards, Abby Rudisil, Carol Toner Shane, Brant Schuller, Ron Sykes, Richard Whitson. The show is designed and installed by Brant Schuller and Jeff Geib.

Several of the artists will be on hand First Friday, May 2 from 6 - 8 PM to discuss their works and meet the public. This show opens at 6 PM on First Friday. FREE coffee is served. The Show continues through Friday, May 30th. Gallery hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM to 4 PM. It is also open weeknights and weekends when events for the public are scheduled.

Two Student Art Shows Featuring Rising Art Stars

The MU Art Department's Graphic & Interactive Design Students and the School District of Lancaster Student Art Show showcase the work of young artists. The MU Art Department show features students whose work is focused around computer generated art. The School District show features dozens of students work in a variety of media. Both shows are open Friday, 6 - 8 PM.

Elegant, Sultry & Edgy Music by St. Elouise

The St. Elouise Trio - based here in Lancaster -- has been described as elegant, sultry, and edgy. Band members include lead singer, keyboardist, guitarist and songwriter Christina Berg, bassist Derek Stoner, and newest addition, Scott MacFeat on drums!

Their style is a unique blend of pop, jazz, and soul along with classical inspiration and Latin grooves. Saint Elouise has been compared to Norah Jones, Dido, Diana Krall and Tori Amos, among others.

Saint Elouise is the next artist of the decade - expect big things from this very talented and matchless band! The band plays off and on - for FREE - in the Lyet Lobby from 6 to 7:30 PM.

Van Cliburn Winner is Guest Artist at MU Orchestra Benefit Concert

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