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Apr 17, 2017: SCAA Meeting and Artist Demonstration at Barnes and Noble

Apr 17, 2017 06:30 am

Join the Santa Clarita Artists’ Association for their monthly meeting and artist demonstration. For a list of demonstrating artists, visit our website at www.santaclaritaartists.org. These events are free and open to the public.

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Apr 17, 2017: Anatomy of a Struggle at CalArts

Apr 17, 2017 08:00 pm

CalArts School of Theatre Presents: Anatomy of a Struggle

There are things that we have not figured out. There are things that many have chosen to not want to figure out. Some may argue these things are better off not figured out. Or even worse, believe they are figured out. There are things that must, at all costs, be figured out. A play was written by one of America’s greatest playwrights, yet not produced for 60 years after it was written. The story was based on a newspaper article chronicling a moment of American injustice. It was a topic uncomfortable for many. 80 years later, 250 years later, 500 years later, discomfort still wins. We hear that many still choose not to hear; we see that many still choose not to see.

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Apr 18, 2017: 21st Annual Student Art Exhibit Reception at College of the Canyons

Apr 18, 2017 02:00 pm

College of the Canyon’s 21st Annual Student Art Show is a visual arts exhibition held annually each Spring during April. The COC Art Gallery displays and sells the artwork of students from the Art College, providing students a rare opportunity to showcase their work publicly in a professional gallery setting. In addition to exposing the public to the arts present on campus, the COC Student Art Show also fosters a community for the visual arts in Santa Clarita.

The exhibit runs from April 18 thru May 25 and is open Monday from 11 am to 4 pm and Tuesday through Thursday from 10 am to 4 pm.

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Apr 18, 2017: Anatomy of a Struggle at CalArts

Apr 18, 2017 08:00 pm

CalArts School of Theatre Presents: Anatomy of a Struggle

There are things that we have not figured out. There are things that many have chosen to not want to figure out. Some may argue these things are better off not figured out. Or even worse, believe they are figured out. There are things that must, at all costs, be figured out. A play was written by one of America’s greatest playwrights, yet not produced for 60 years after it was written. The story was based on a newspaper article chronicling a moment of American injustice. It was a topic uncomfortable for many. 80 years later, 250 years later, 500 years later, discomfort still wins. We hear that many still choose not to hear; we see that many still choose not to see.

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Apr 19, 2017: Western Music Association Showcase at El Trocadero Steakhouse

Apr 19, 2017 06:30 pm

Musicians and cowboy poets perform songs of the romantic Old West, contemporary music of the American West, and songs of the open range and the American cowboy. To perform your Western Music or poetry with them during this event, contact wmacc@westernmusiccalifornia.org.

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Apr 19, 2017: SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: Queen Of The West and The Sage of The Prairie, Mary Kaye and Joe Herrington at The MAIN

Apr 19, 2017 08:00 pm

This special performance kicks off the 2017 Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival!

MARY KAYE is an internationally acclaimed and multiple award winning singer-songwriter. She is at ease with beautiful three octave vocals and amazing musical dexterity as she sings well-loved classics along with award-winning originals. Her distinguished songwriting and vocal abilities combined with her magnetic stage presence, beautiful guitar playing, and fun sense of humor make for a memorable performance.

“Gifted with one of the most dynamic and original voices in western music, Mary Kaye delivers the goods.”

–American Cowboy

JOE HERRINGTON is a Novelist and nationally acclaimed Cowboy Poet and Western Storyteller. His homespun stories and poems are told in the Western tradition of honor, courage and rugged characters. His original works not only entertain but also prod the soul with a truer understanding of the deep values and solid character of the American Cowboy.

“With his velvety voice and honorable heart as big as the star-filled Texas sky, Herrington is blessed with a rare and profound gift that can magically transport you far and away from the many distractions of your busy life to a place where, once you’ve been, you return a better person.”

–Kevin Rafferty, Writer, Director – Walt Disney

SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series is made possible by SCVTV, OutWest, The Magazine of Santa Clarita, Western Music Association California Chapter, and a special “thank you” to FM Q101.5 Q Country.

Doors open 7:00 p.m. Concert 8:00 p.m.

General Admission $30.00 WMA, SCVHS, FOHP Members $25.00

Reservations 661.347.9700

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Apr 20, 2017: SCV Film Ranch Tour as part of the Cowboy Festival at Cowboy Festival Shuttle Site

Apr 20, 2017 01:00 pm

Tour some of the Santa Clarita Valley’s famous Western film sites alongside Hollywood film historians, E.J. and Kim Stephens. This unique experience will give you an up-close look at rarely seen filming spots. Seating is limited and programs are subject to change.

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