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July 03-July 10, 2023  

Check out next week’s classes, workshops and events!

Intro To Drawing Still Life Workshop
July 5th 6:30-9:00PM  

Terry Lynn Spry will introduce you to the art of drawing Still Life.
In this 1 day workshop students will learn how to set up a still life,
drawing objects in proportion and shading. This class will also cover
how to draw folds in material, metal and glass. And how create texture
with pencil. There will demonstrations from instructor in a fun and
relaxing interactive class setting.    

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Fluid Art SeriF Fluid Art Series: The Ribbon Pour (18+) All Levels  
July 6th 5:00PM-7:30PM  

Whether you are a beginner or advanced, these fluid art techniques will be fully
explained, demonstrated and you will go home with two completed pieces. Canvas
sizes are your choice between 12×12 and 16×16. Bring a tray or box to take home
your wet paintings. Recommended paints, consistency of paint, color palette,
pouring mediums and additives will be discussed. Every student will leave with a
handout to assist with your fluid art journey at home.  

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Call to Artists for September’s Juried Exhibit  

We believe in the healing power of art. In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, we have seen
a great need for healing in our community. We are asking artists to create artwork about
their experiences during or after the storm in any capacity. It may be stories of resilience
or trauma or loss. It can evoke a wide range of emotions. It is meant to be cathartic and
therapeutic and shareable, something everyone can relate to in some way.  

Artists may submit 1 – 3 pieces for consideration for this exhibition. There is no entry
fee. We encourage artists to submit 2D and 3D artwork using found objects and recycled
materials collected after Hurricane Ian. Alternatively, we ask artists to submit artwork
expressing their experiences during and after Hurricane Ian. All media will be accepted,
such as paint, collage, photo, drawing, print, etc. Only original artwork will be accepted.
No giclée.  

All entries must be submitted online no later than August 7 at 5pm. No materials will be
accepted at the Alliance – this exhibit is online entries only. Full details can be found on
the Prospectus.   

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Musical Theatre Summer Camp  
June 19th-August 4th 9:00AM – 4:00PM

One-Week Sessions
Member Price: $195
Non-Member Price: $240

Grades 1-12    

The Broadway Palm/Alliance for the Arts Musical Theatre Camp is back this year and
better than ever! Focusing on high quality training for students of all ages – campers will
get a peek into the life and training of professional musical theatre actors right on the
Broadway Palm Stage. Geared towards students looking to expand their training in singing,
dancing and acting – this year we have weeks designated for various age ranges so everyone
gets a chance to join in the fun! Campers will have the unique opportunity to work with
professional actors from Broadway Palm’s current production of The Little Mermaid. Each
week will culminate in performance on a Broadway Palm stage where every student gets
a chance to shine.   

Spots are limited to 15 campers, so enroll early!  

One week sessions held at the Broadway Palm:
June 12 – 16: Footloose (Ages 11+),
July 10 – 14: Little Mermaid Junior (Ages 7 – 10),
July 17 – 21: Little Mermaid (Ages 11+),
July 24 – 28: Season Pass Juniors (Ages 7 – 10),
July 31 – August 4th: Season Pass (Ages 11+).  

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In the Gallery
Joan Sonnenberg: A Retrospective Exhibition  

June 16-July 29  

Opening Reception: June 16, 5-7pm • See it first. See it free. This event is open to the public.
Come meet your neighbors and enjoy light refreshments provided by Jayne Baker at this free event!  

At the age of 5, Joan became interested in the real and imaginary facets of art and life which have
formed the basis of her artwork ever since.  The 92-year-old artist maintains her lifelong daily art
practice and four-mile walks to this day. Interested in geometric patterns achieved through multiple
reverse etching processes, Joan superimposes and stacks up to ten images on top of each other,
creating a complex montage of lines, shapes and patterns.  

Theatre Lobby Gallery: Christian de Jesus  

Christian De Jesus is an artist from Fort Myers Florida, who has placed and won in many art shows
in the area. His medium of choice is acrylic paint on canvas or cardboard, but he also uses clay and
spray paints on occasion. His art work introduces a deep look into real world things such as life and
death. His art takes inspiration from artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat, David Choe, Andy Warhol, and
movies like, Halloween, House of 1000 Corpses, and Girl interrupted. Christian hopes to one day open
a gallery of his own.    

Members Gallery: Summer Arts Camps   
Our Member Gallery walls will be covered with artwork from each session of Summer Arts Camps participants.
Each session runs two weeks, with art rotating on the same schedule.  

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