arts in brief

arts in brief

Thursday, October 19, 2006

GMU Hosts Printmaker

Washington printmaker Renee Stout will be on the campus of George Mason University as resident artist from Monday through Oct. 27. She will offer hands-on collaborations and speak as part of a lecture series on art and visual technology at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday in the university's Fine Arts Gallery.

For information on Friends of Art, which has helped establish such programs, contact Harold Linton at or Helen Frederick at .

For information, .

A Magical Show in McLean

Leland Faulkner's "World of Wonder" is at the Alden Theatre in McLean for one performance at 2 p.m. Saturday.

The McLean Kids Performance Series presents Faulkner's magical conjuring, fantastic tales and lighthearted humor at the theater. It is recommended for children 5 and older.

Tickets are $9 and $7 for McLean residents. They are available at the Alden Theatre box office, 1234 Ingleside Ave.; at 703-573-7328 and . For information, call 703-790-0123 or visit .

Treasury of Art

The Vienna Arts Society hosts its annual Treasury of Art on Nov. 17-19 at the Vienna Community Center at 120 Cherry St.

Artists from the region, Pennsylvania and West Virginia can submit their work for judging and prizes. A reception is planned for the awards ceremony at 7 p.m. Nov. 17; those attending the free event can meet the artists.

For information and an application form, call 703-319-3971 or visit .

Band Plays World Premiere

The world premiere of "Foundation," by Mark Camphouse, will be performed by the City of Fairfax Band at 8 p.m. Oct. 28 at Fairfax High School Auditorium, 3500 Old Lee Hwy.

Tickets are $13; $7 for seniors and students. For information, call 703-757-0220 or visit .

-- Compiled by BOB SAMSOT

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