Arts scene blossoming in Batavia
March was Arts Month and it was a busy one. Here are some snapshots of Harvester Center activities, as well as arts-related activities elsewhere in Batavia.
The Batavia Players' production of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" (Friday, March 18)
Garrison Starr performance at the Harvester 56 Theater (Thursday, March 31)
Photos submitted by Loren Penman
Starr (pictured with a wool cap) socializes during the champagne reception.
OATKA School of Glass
Photos submitted by Amanda Taylor
People learn how to manipulate glass in a kiln with the help of instructor Lance Taylor (left).
A guest instructor shows people how it's done.
A sample of a student's work.
Leadership Genesee members try their hands at glass art.
For previous coverage, see OATKA School of Glass one of Batavia's best-kept secrets.
"Anything Goes: Books and More"
Proprietor Mary Holmes showed me the above space, which she acquired this past month and which will be used for auctions, craft shows, etc.
For previous coverage of "Anything Goes," click on the following links:
Coming Soon -- The "Moon Java Café"
(Sorry about the glare.) This is the sign for "Moon Java Café," which will be opening soon in the Harvester Center.
Student artwork display -- Richmond Memorial Library Gallery Room
The following are samples of art from Batavia students in grades K-12.
'Music in Our Schools' concert at Batavia High School (Thursday, March 31)
These songs are arranged in the order presented on Thursday night. My apologies -- it was hard to get good pictures from where I was sitting at some points.