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From left, Dawn Davis, Ann Van Haney and Miri Hunter. Miri's band, Hunter and The Wick'd played, and the group talked to folks about FRINGE.

The Founder s of Hi-Desert FRINGE were out in the community at the 29Palms Farmers Market last weekend, talking about the inaugural event this August!  Have your heard about this great new community event?  Artist Applications will be accepted until June 20, 2018 - all info is online at: hidesertfringe.org

   

 

JOSHUA TREE, CA, April 20, 2018: 

 

The inaugural Hi-DeF Hi-Desert Fringe experience is set for August 24-26, 2018.

 

Founders Dawn Davis, Miri Hunter and Ann Van Haney are hi-desert residents and performers active in the local theatre and arts scenes. They created Hi-DeF to provide a forum showcasing world-class innovative, boundary-pushing theatre and performance art in the Morongo Basin. The event will feature new works and world premieres from local, national and international artists as well as classes and panel discussions for artists and audiences.

 

San Bernardino, CA– Artists are integral to healthy communities, bringing people together, building community, and working toward social change. Fallen Fruit's project for San Bernardino involves working together with community members in the creation of a living artwork.  Join us for one of their events as part of this county-wide series.

 

 

Fallen Fruit at the Feldheym Library 555 West 6th Street, San Bernardino

from 1-3pm, Adopt a tree or take part in Fallen Fruit Magazine, with special guest printmaker Bob Hurton, aka "Uncle Bacon."  

 

The project’s main site will be The Garcia Center for the Arts in the City of San Bernardino, with other programming taking place at the San Bernardino County Museum, The Feldheym Library, and sites in Victorville and Crestline (which are still being determined).  The project will include plantings of a variety of citrus trees at the Garcia Center, fruit tree adoption opportunities, an art exhibition, poetry and collage that will come together in a zine,  hand-crafted wooden picnic tables etched with community quotes, and other public participatory projects. Other local artists, including Printmaker Bob Hurton (aka Uncle Bacon) and Inlandia’s Poet Laureate, Nikia Chaney, will work with Fallen Fruit and community participants on the creation of the Zine. Mark your calendars with the dated below and stay tuned for more information and event registration!

 

 

 

April 22, 2018

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On Wednesday, April 4th, the Garcia Center for the Arts hosted the Poets and Writers -Inland Empire Literary Roundtable meeting.  With over 25 poets, writers, and artists in attendace, including 4 from Joshua Tree and a writer all the way from Barstow, the room was an inspiring space to be for the evening.

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I am standing at a podium in a dark room. There is one spotlight shining down on me, blinding me from the audience. I have brought two poems to share tonight. Like the other poets who have read before me and the ones after, we introduce ourselves with only our name and affirm that this reading is for Sandra Bland.  Bland, 28, was found dead in a Texas jail cell three days after being pulled over and jailed for a minor traffic violation. Authorities ruled it was suicide, prompting national outrage.

What are the necessary conditions for a sustainable arts ecosystem in Los Angeles 10 years from now? How can artists be agents for change to take the necessary actions NOW? A panel of local arts leaders from across the sector will provide provocations, stimulating participant-led conversations on urgent topics facing Angelenos today (and tomorrow), and resources will be shared to stimulate action.

This event is made possible by a grant from the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles.

 DATE: Saturday, April 28, 2018

TIME: 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

LOCATION: Japanese American Cultural and Community Center (Garden Level), 244 S. San Pedro St. Los Angeles, CA 90012

COST: $10 (includes lunch by Todo Verde)

REGISTRATION: https://tinyurl.com/CCIconvening

“The Bloomin’ Desert: Kaleidoscope of Color” is the theme for the next Art in Public Places exhibition from April 7 through June 29, 2018 at Twentynine Palms Visitor Center Art Gallery and Chamber of Commerce, 73484 29 Palms Hwy. in downtown Twentynine Palms.

Artists are reminded that artwork will be received at the visitor center gallery on In/Out day, Friday, March 30, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Artists unable to make this time can request an alternate delivery time by calling (760) 367-3445 any weekday prior to March 30.

Registration is OPEN for the 2018 Highway 62 Open Studio Art Tours. Remember your membership must be active and be a resident (f/t or p/t) of the Morongo Basin. You'll need a photo of your artwork (read the guidelines), and be ready to select your primary medium.

Design a poster for the 16th Annual Joshua Tree Music Festival, capturing the ethos & vibe of the festivals via your own creative interpretation.
You must include the festival name and date (Joshua Tree Music Festival, May 17-20, 2018, in your design). The rest is up to you!
THE PRIZE - $500 plus 2 x JTMF passes for the May festival. A limited edition of the winning design will be printed and sold at the festival (proceeds to benefit Joshua Tree Living Arts (501c3), and will be used in social media festival promotions.

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San Bernardino, CA 92410

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