From The Center: Honey of The Heart

HONEY OF THE HEART This versatile, inspiring duo, often backed by their dynamic and talented band, weaves together soaring, rich vocals and melodies, haunting, epic, harmonies, contagious polyrhythms infused with deep, soulful, intimate presence, message and skill to sweeten the hearts of all who listen. website | facebook | video      ________________________________________________ Honey of the Heart LIVE From The Center Friday, January 15, 2021  7:00 PM PST Free Public Broadcast RSVP Broadcasting Live Music From The Center.  On select Friday nights, The Center for the Arts invites you to tune in from home to enjoy live streaming shows. These special broadcasts will be available online at thecenterforthearts.org. We remain committed to serving our community through this pandemic. * Making the arts accessible to all, include our community’s most vulnerable * Creating opportunities for local artists to perform and earn income * Celebrating our new state-of-the art performance venue SupportRead More

In Conversation with Daniel Batchelor: Cannabis 101

A new series beginning January 3. Join The Center for the Arts In Conversation With local celebrities exploring the topics of Nature, Food, Lifestyle and Art. From tattoo artists to mushroom hunters, naturalists to nutritionists, farmers to brew masters, this weekly series will feature the very best of Nevada County. Hosted by Jacob Freydont-Attie, each conversation provides an opportunity to interact with the experts in a Q&A via Zoom. Sundays at 4pm • Tickets: $10 Public, Free for Members     How do you want to feel? Daniel wants to help you understand cannabis products as well as health issues that cannabis has been known to help with. Deepen your understanding of the benefits of cannabis and alternative healing modalities by joining the conversation.    ABOUT THE EXPERT: Daniel Batchelor is founder of Elevation 2477. “Through our state-of-the-art facility, community and educational programs, and products of exceptional quality we hope to giveRead More

In Conversation With Hank Meals: Winter Trails

We’ve all been longing for cleaner air, cooler weather, more water in the streams, greener vegetation and less fire danger. That time has arrived – it’s called winter, and it’s best enjoyed by participating in it. Join Hank Meals to learn how and where to enjoy this glorious season in the Yuba-Bear watersheds.

In Conversation With Ryan Murray: Choral Music

Join Music in the Mountains Artistic Director and Conductor Ryan Murray for a conversation about classical music and choral singing. Ryan will provide a brief overview of classical music and talk about the benefits of great music in our lives. He will also discuss the health benefits of group singing and why you might want to consider joining a community choir!

Memoir Writing Workshop II (virtual)

VIRTUAL CLASS For those who have already participated in Susan Jane Gilman’s introductory workshop, “Telling Your Own Story” Memoir Writing Workshop that was held online by The Center in October 2020. Participants will continue to develop their skills and writing from Part I. This month-long follow-up course will pick up where Part I left off, and is customized to focus on participants creative needs and interests. It will include sessions on “showing not telling,” how to master the art of dialogue, using different types of language, and editing. There will be exercises, spirited discussions, light reading assignments, and workshops. The instructor hopes that it will reinvigorate and inspire everyone after the holidays.   Instructor: Susan Jane Gilman Location: Online via Zoom. A link will be sent to you the week before. Dates: January 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28 (8 weeks) Time: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Ages: 17+ Cost: $250 RegisterRead More

Playwriting 101: Writing the Short Play (virtual)

VIRTUAL CLASS Playwriting 101: Writing The Short Play is designed specifically to meet the needs of students who have a wide range of writing experience focusing on the fundamentals of playwriting (character, structure, dialogue, action, and conflict). Writing The Short Play teaches the specific art of writing a satisfying ten-minute play with the end goal of having students complete a rough first-draft.         Instructor: Patricia Cotter Location: Online via Zoom. A link will be sent to you the week before. Dates: February 10, 17, 24, March 3 (4 weeks) Time: 4:00pm – 5:30pm Ages: 17+ Cost: $125 Register   Looking for inspiration?  Check out the short plays featured on the Playing on Air podcast.   About the Instructor Patricia Cotter holds accolades including; American Academy of Arts Letters, Richard Rodgers Award, Daytime Emmy Award, and a Writers Guild of America Award. She has taught improv at The Groundling Theatre inRead More

New weekly series, ‘In Conversation With’

The Center for the Arts is kicking off a new, interactive series to bring the community together online. In Conversation With invites you to explore creative topics with local experts in Food, Nature, Art and Lifestyle. Each episode includes an interactive Q&A online via Zoom. Streaming Sundays at 4:00 p.m. Pacific time.