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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL FALL PROGRAMME OF CLASSES All Fall Classes will commence the week of September 17, 1973. Insufficient Registration means Class cancellation. PHOTOGRAPHY An elementary look at the mechanics of the Photographic process The use of the Camera and Dark Room as tools The acquisition of technical skills is stressed Begins Monday September pm Instructor Bill 00 12 weeks SILVERSMITHING This course will take the Student through the basic skills in- volved in Silversmithmg, specifically Jewellery Techniques will include filing; sawing, soldering, forging, decoration and cast- ing Enamelling and casting will be presented as well as a look at the history of silversmithmg and contemporary jewellery Begins Monday, September p m. Instructor Dave Dahl S21.00 12 weeks PHOTOGRAPHY II A continuation of Photography 1 with a change in emphasis to the development of sensitivity to photography as an expressive medium Begins Tuesday. September 18 7.30 p.m. Instructor Bill Pratt S21 00 12 weeks Please register at the office of the Bowman Arts Centre before Friday, September All Classes will run for 12 weeks. JUNIOR COURSES Beginning Tuesday. September 18 PRE-SCHOOL CRAFTS 4-6 years 3-4-p m Instructor: Bill Pratt JUNIOR PAINTING 6-11 years 4 45 to 5.45 p.m Instructor- Bill Pratt Beginning Wednesday. September 19 JUNIOR CREATIVE CRAFTS 6-11 years, to p.m., Instructor: Bill Pratt LETHBRIDGE YOUTH THEATRE A Project of the Allied Arts Council. Directed by Joan Waterfield Young people of all ages are invited to join this very active group for instruction, and practical experience in all aspects of Theatre and Drama FIRST FALL MEETING SEPTEMBER 19 430 pm Gallery of the Bowman Arts Centre There is no charge for this course CREATIVE CRAFTS The techniques and n.u.cciiis or 3atik. Macrame etc. Begins Tuesday. September 18 730 pm Instructor To be announced S21 00 12 weeks FIGURE DRAWING Begins Wednesday, September 19 7 30 p m Instructor Jay Dahlgren 00 12 weeks SCULPTURE An introduction to the various media and methods of sculpture Begins Thursday. September 20 7 30 p m. Instructor Bill Pratt 00 12 weeks ART APPRECIATION A scenic cruise through the history of 20 centuries of Art with, stops at the more theoretical points of interest en route. Begins Thursday September 20 7 30 p m. Instructor Vladimir Fiala S21 00 12 weeks OLDMAN RIVER POTTERS GUILD The 10th Anniversary of the Potters Guild will be marked on Labour Day weekend Former members will officially open the An- niversary Exhibition at the Bowman Arts Centre on September the 1st Sunday, September 2nd. the Potters will attend a workshop with guest demonstrator Professor Santo Mignosa, Dept of Art. University of Calgary. An illustrated lecture will be given by Professor Mignosa on Sunday, September 2 from 7 to 8 30 p m The public is invited to attend both the lecture and the Anniversary Exhibit Open House which continues from September 3 to 7 in the Gallery of the Bowman Arts Centre from 2 to 5 p m Pottery Classes Members of the Guild will offer pottery classes in handbuildmg commencing MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 at 7 30 p m with the Adult Beginners class The series of 6 lessons (S20 00 fee) will include handbuildmg techniques, preparation and application of slips and glazes, loading and firing the kiln, and decoration methods The fee includes membership in the Guild until the end of 1973 Wheel lessons are scheduled for January Children's classes may be offered in the spring i he Guild has 4 potters wheels 3 electric kilns and is presently pre- for a gas kiln Membership is S1200 per year Members will have the opportunity to participate m Outdoor Primitive firings, and Raku firing and provincial and locally sponsored workshops during the year We invite you to explore the world of pottery For further details contact Fran Van Schaik at 328-5394 AN INVITATION TO POTTER'S GUILD ANNIVERSARY SHOW MAIN GALLERY BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE SEPT. 3-7 2-5 p.m. POTTERY CLASSES Adult classes commence MONDAY SEPT 10 Contact 328-5394 LETHBRIDGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SUPPORTING CONTINUING EDUCATION WHOOP-UP COUNTRY CHAPTER HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ALBERTA MEETING: 8 00 p.m. 4th Tuesday. October-April in Sir Alexander Gait Museum JOLLIFFE ACADEMY OF DANCING Pleased to be part of the Threatre Scene in Lethbridge Phone 327-8451 327-6777 THE LETHBRIDGE HANDICRAFT GUILD ON Thursday. September 27. 1973 the Handicraft Guild will hold their 'Fall Display of Weaving' in the Gallery of the Bowman Arts Centre and in the Guild's Workroom Guests from many district areas have received special invitations but the general public is also welcome to attend Weaving friends from Blackie. Turin. Brooks, Carmangay. Champion, Taber and Coaldale are among those who will bring samples of their work for display. Mrs P Karvonen of Edmonton, who has recently returned from Finland with interesting new yarns and samples, will also be p-esent The Annual Meeting of the Guild will be neid on bepternber at 2 p m in the Bowman Arts Centre The following new Slate of Officers for and will be installed at this meeting -------Mrs H B Anderson Mrs J B Henderson Mrs E Ungara Mrs Thos On Mrs Edgar Marsden Mrs N Clarke Miss Jean Tennant Mrs J Allen Mrs Fred Russeli Past President---------------------- President 1st Vice Pres 2nd Vice Pres Secretory.--------------------------- Treasurer--------------------------- Membership Weaving Instructor and Buyer.- The Guild holds it's Business Meeting eveiy 3rd Tuesday at 2 p rn but members can be found in the workroom every Tuesday afternoon MEMBERSHIP: per year. BEGINNERS CLASSES: Evening Class It Interest Warrants ffllitb The Club meets every Wednesday at p.m. at the Bowman Arts Building, second floor. NEW TRIERS ARE WELCOME AND TEEN CLEFS Will compete in Tee-side International Eisteddfod in England July 1974 Anv Rirl 14 of age or over who singing is welcome to join the Anne Campbell Singers Practice-Monday from 5 to 7 in Southmmster Church Hall FUND RAISING DINNER SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 at p.m. SOUTHMINiSTER UNITED CHURCH PER PLATE Tickets available from choir members Programme by the Singers. SPEECH ARTS Individual and group lessons in voice production and in- terpretation Students prepared for practical and theory exams for Mt Royal College Conservatory or Speech CaU gary and the Royal Conservatory of Speech Arts and Drama. Toronto Also festival and recital work Branch Teachers of Mt. Royal College, Calgary MRS CHERIE BAUNTON L T C L 1518 11 Ave S Phone 328-6034 MARY YVONNE HOHM AMRC ARCT.ATCL Spring Coulee Phone 758-6692 MRS MARGARET ZAUGG A T C.L A.M R.C Stirling. Alberta Phone 756-3372 or phone Bowman Centre 327-2813 for further information. LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB Bowman Arts Centre FALL ART CLASSES Start week of Sept 17th Instructors. Mrs Pat Holland and Mr John Sidorenko Free workshop on Wednesdays open to all members 7.30 9-30 pm watch for further'announcement regarding registration night and annual meeting COMING FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, The Brilliant Young Concert Pianist MARK WESTCOTT At The Yates Memorial Centre Concert Time: p.m. Tickets At Leisters ;