Events for July 13, 2017
Price: $10 suggested donation
Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center
Address: 209 N Cloverdale Blvd.
Carolyn Cooke is the author of two collections of short fiction and a novel. Her most recent book, Amor and Psycho, was named one of the ten best books of 2013 by Publishers Weekly. Her husband, poet Randall Babtkis, has published a chapbook, Banister, and has contributed to many literary magazines. His work has appeared in The Quarterly, Slash Magazine, and in The Columbia Review and Five Fingers Review. Carolyn and Randall will talk about their work and how they manage to have two artists in the household.
Contact: Janet Vail
July 1 - May 2, 2018
Where: Downtown Cloverdale
Address: Cloverdale Blvd.
Otocast has created a narrated audio guide for the sculptures in the 2017-2018 exhibit. Best of all, the audio comes from the actual artists! The sculptures will be displayed on an interactive map, with pictures, descriptions, and directions from wherever you are, so you can easily find explore the Trail. To enjoy the audio guide you can download through Otocast, Google Play or the Apple App Store a free Otocast app, which includes the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail. What is the “Cloverdale Sculpture Trail”? The Sculpture Trail is a year-round exhibit with sculptures changing every 12 months. It is designed to enhance the Cloverdale public environment and promote an understanding and enjoyment of public art on the streets of Cloverdale.
In categories: Art