Festival of Arts Weekly Events

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August 05, 2019 By Laguna Beach Vibe

Weekend Nightly Music Schedule Dates/Times:
July 5 – September 1
Daily at 5:30pm
Cost: Free with $15 Festival Admission

Saturday, August 10: The Darryl F. Walker Band
Sunday, August 11: Leslie Page

Concerts on the Green
Sponsored by Cambria Estates Winery

Ellis Hall: The Ambassador of Soul
Date: Saturday, August 10
Time: 1 – 2:30pm
Cost: Free with $15 Festival admission Limited seating available in reserved section for $40 per person (includes Festival admission).

Through the ages, there have been a number of famous blind African American male entertainers in Gospel, Blues, Soul and Pop but few as unilaterally gifted as Ellis Hall. He is a seasoned and accomplished vocalist in possession of a powerful 5-octave range. He is a songwriter, arranger, producer and educator that teaches clinics in which he records all the parts of a song in 45 minutes. Ellis’ first instrument was drums before he went on to master piano, keyboards, guitar and – his favorites – upright and electric bass. Across a career of 40-plus years and counting, Ellis Hall has proven himself as an all-around performer that has entertained audiences on five continents, sharing stages with giants ranging from James Taylor, Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle and Toby Keith to Herbie Hancock, George Benson, Bobby Womack, George Duke and Sheila E. His reputation of excellence earned Ellis the moniker, “The Ambassador of Soul.”

Adult and Teen Art Classes
Ceramics with Marty Barth

Date: Saturday, August 10
Time: 3pm – 5:30pm
Cost: $60 (includes Festival admission)

Instructor Marty Barth will guide students through the process of creating their own ceramic piece. In this dynamic class, participants will learn how to work with clay using a variety of ceramic tools and hand-building techniques. Designed for all skill levels, this class is a great introduction to ceramic fundamentals. Discover your inner artist at the Festival of Art’s Adult and Teen Art Classes! Ages 13 and up. Reservations preferred. For full schedule and reservations, visit LagunaFestivalofArts.org.

 

Wine & Painting Nights
Monterey Coast with Anthony Salvo
Date: Saturday, August 10
Time: 8:30 – 10pm
Cost: $75 (includes Festival admission)

Uncork your creativity this summer at the Festival of Arts! Enjoy a fun painting workshop, while surrounded by beautiful art. Learn easy step-by-step processes, as taught by noted Festival exhibitor Anthony Salvo. Beginners and all levels are invited – take home your finished masterpiece! All supplies and complimentary wine or beverage are included. $75 materials fee per person, per class. For adults 21 and up. Reservations required. For full schedule and reservations, visit LagunaFestivalofArts.org.

Adult and Teen Art Classes
Jewelry with Sheri Cohen

Date: Sunday, August 11
Time: 3pm – 5:30pm
Cost: $60 (includes Festival admission)

Make your own one-of-a-kind jewelry at the Festival of Arts! This class will explore non-symmetrical and unusual color combinations for truly unique earrings and necklaces. Instructor Sheri Cohen will lead discussions and demonstrations on color, shape, texture and orientation. Tools and an assortment of beads will be provided with additional instruction on how to evaluate beads and tools when purchasing for future projects. Students will also learn how to create their work and go beyond the boundary of traditional beading patterns. Discover your inner artist at the Festival of Art’s Adult and Teen Art Classes! Ages 13 and up. Reservations preferred. For full schedule and reservations, visit LagunaFestivalofArts.org.


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