The News Review:
- Summer reggae festivals take over the world
- Liguanea Festival of Fine Art and Photography – A good dose of art
- nly 10 days left in 2008 Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard…
- PREVIEW: Jewish Film Festival
- Iran to hold 1st Energy Innovations national festival
Summer reggae festivals take over the world
Jamaica bserver – May 4, 2008
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Liguanea Festival of Fine Art and Photography – A good dose of art
Jamaica Gleaner – May 4, 2008
RIGHT: A group of children enjoy themselves while creating their own works of art at the Liguanea Festival of Fine Art and Photography held last Sunday at Liguanea Plaza. Michael Robinson Gleaner WriterLIGUANEA WAS abuzz last Sunday as creators and lovers of art alike converged on the fifth staging of the Liguanea Festival of Fine Art and Photography. The one-day event held in the ld Hope Road parking lot of Liguanea Plaza was a veritable smorgasbord of contemporary Jamaican art. Sculpture photography pottery painting jewellery ceramics and mixed-media work were all part of the impressive display featuring over 70 artists.
nly 10 days left in 2008 Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard…
MLive.com – May 4, 2008
Gilmore International Keyboard Festival is now passed the halfway mark. Every two years we’re given the chance to witness some of the world’s top classical and jazz pianists in our own backyard. When the festival rolls into town those who have never been may say “I’m going to catch a Gilmore performance this time. Consider this a friendly reminder of such an utterance. In case you haven’t been here are a couple festival highlights to this point:? Christopher Taylor performed Thursday at Kalamazoo College’s Stetson Chapel on the only Steinway piano built with a double keyboard. Taylor played Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” composed specifically for the double-keyboard instrument in more than a third of its variations. Said Gazette reviewer C.
PREVIEW: Jewish Film Festival
mlive.com – May 4, 2008
open(urlwinnameoptions) newwin. “We decided to capitalize on Mother’s Day by showing a really light wonderful cheery film that would appeal to women” said Leslie Bash executive director of the Ann Arbor Jewish Community Center. “So that film is ‘Making Trouble: Three Generations of Funny Jewish Women. ‘”The documentary – which plays at 8 p.
Iran to hold 1st Energy Innovations national festival
Tehran Times – May 4, 2008
The Iranian Fuel Conservation rganization (IFC) in collaboration with the Energy Ministry is to hold the festival. According to the public relations department of the IFC the festival aims at offering solutions for preventing from irregular consumption of fossil fuels reducing the environment pollutants replacing oil by renewable energies.