Sidney library hosts exhibit
Self-taught Unadilla artist Elijah Brown is exhibiting his work at the Sidney Memorial Public Library at 8 River St.
He will exhibit acrylic and mixed media artwork through October. According to a media release, he said he feels his light-hearted, simple style is reminiscent of Dr. Seuss, and he says he was influenced by the oddity of Dali. Brown’s father , Richard, is also a self-taught artist.
Brown graduated from the Sidney Central School and is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, having served in Iraq.
Hartwick faculty to perform
The Hartwick College Department of Music Faculty will have a showcase performance at 7:30 p.m. today at the Anderson Theatre on campus.
The concert will feature soprano Johana Arnold, Paul Blake on trombone, Ana Laura González on flute Daniel Hane on bassoon, Dana Huyge on viola, tenor Steven Nanni, Kim Paterson on piano, and Ben Whittenburg on cello.
The public is welcome to this free concert.
Series to feature Alone Together
The Case-Young Concert Series will continue at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Millpond Community Center on state Route 80 in Van Hornesville. The concert will feature Alone Together: The Mollin-Clay Jazz Duo, with bassist Richard Mollin and trumpeter Carleton Clay. The program is free and open to all, andis presented under the sponsorship of the Oneonta-based Catskill Conservatory, in association with the Van Hornesville Community Corporation.
Voluntary donations will be gratefully accepted to assist with flood relief projects in the village. A reception honoring the artists will be held following the hourlong program. For more information, call 436-3419.
‘Othello’ to be performed
Hartwick College Theatre Arts will host theater production ‘Othello’ at 7 p.m. Sunday. The show, which will be performed by the American Shakespeare Center, will be held in Slade Theatre of Yager Hall.