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Art association’s reception will honor adult and student artists

48 HOURS

Winners in the Burbank Art Assn. Spring Show will be honored during a

reception for the artists from 1 to 4 p.m. today at the Burbank

Central Library.

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Best of Show in the Honors Division will be presented to Tony

Provenzano for the entry, “India Woman.”

In the Open Division, Veli Bill Saame is receiving Best of Show

for the piece “Land of Midnight Sun.”

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Other winners are first place, Honors Division, Tony Provenzano;

first place in landscape, Open Division, Dortha Enquist; first place,

Still Life, Floral and Life, Adele Styk; and Special Category, first

place, Joan Hutton.

In addition, the association will present monetary awards to

students during the artists’ reception. Winners are Carolina Bubler,

first place, John Burroughs; June Jewel, second place, Burroughs;

Wong Jong Lee, third place, Burbank High School; and honorable

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mentions, Susan Estrada, Burroughs; Gina Bang, Burbank High and Aikui

Kalonyan, Burbank High.

The show runs through June 5 in the second floor auditorium of the

Burbank Central Library, 110 N. Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank. The

auditorium is open to the public during library hours except when in

use.

SPECIAL EVENTS

GROVE THEATRE CENTER UNVEILS ‘OTHELLO’

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“Othello” is in its opening weekend at the Grove Theatre Center in

Burbank.

Othello follows the story of the title character, a very

successful Moorish soldier living in the very white society of

Venice. He secretly marries Desdemona, the white daughter of a

prominent Venetian, whose father immediately complains to the Duke.

But the strong love enjoyed between Desdemona and Othello carry them

through and on to Cyprus, where Othello is dispatched to repel an

invasion by the Turks. Tragedy ensues as Othello’s ensign, Iago,

craftily plays upon the trusting nature of Othello and slowly

convinces him of Desdemona’s infidelity.

Show times are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays

through June 7 There is no performance on Sunday. Tickets are $17.50

for Fridays and Sundays and $19.50 for Saturdays. There is a $5

discount for Burbank residents.

GTC Burbank (formerly the Burbank Little Theater) is at 1111-b W.

Olive Ave., in Burbank. For reservations, call 238-9998. The box

office is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday and prior to

all performances. Tickets can be purchased online 24 hours a day via

the Internet at www.gtc.org.

RESIDENTS DISPLAY AT VIVA GALLERY

Two Burbank residents, Lois Ramirez and Karen Hansen, are included

in “The Spring Juried Show” presented by Women Painters West at

Valley at the Institute for the Visual Arts Gallery.

The gallery is at 8516 Reseda Blvd. in Northridge. Hours are from

noon to 4 p.m. today. The show closes today. For more information,

call 576--0775. Juror was Joni Gordon, who is the founder/director of

the Newspace Gallery.

ON STAGE

‘MUSIC MAN’ AT CENTRE THEATRE

Glendale Centre Theatre is presenting “The Music Man” by Meredith

Willson through July 12.

Tickets range from $14 to $17. For reservations, call 244-8481.

Glendale Centre Theatre is at 324 N. Orange St., Glendale.

The children’s musical “Cinderella” plays at 11 a.m. Saturdays through June 28.

FALCON THEATRE PRESENTS ‘3 LITTLE PIGS’

The Falcon Theatre is producing “3 Little Pigs,” written by Carole

Unter and directed by Joseph Leo Bwarie, through June 22.

Embarking on a fun-filled adventure in storytelling and

architecture, the “3 Little Pigs” playfully rewrite their own classic

tale as they learn about the power of the imagination and the

importance of friendship.

Show times are 1 and 3 p.m. Saturdays and 1 p.m. Sundays. Tickets

are $10. The Falcon Theatre is at 4252 Riverside Drive, in Burbank.

For information and reservations call 955-8101.

BURBANK ACTOR STARS IN ‘MEET ME AT THE OAK’

Burbank actor Phil Hawn is starring in the play, “Meet Me at the

Oak,” at the Whitmore-Lindley Theatre in North Hollywood.

This is the inaugural production of The Los Angeles African

American Repertory Company, written and directed by award-winning

playwright, Layon Gray. Hawn plays Frank Beaudoin, the father of a

Caucasian family that moves into an African American Louisiana

neighborhood in 1955. When his little girl falls from an old oak tree

in a neighbor’s yard, the local law, on Frank’s behalf, informs the

AfricanAmerican family that the tree must be chopped down. They

refuse due to the history of the tree -- many of their ancestors were

hung from it.

Hawn, who appeared in the feature film “Supreme Sanction” and the

Internet short “Spoof! An Insider’s Guide to Short Film Success,”

recently completed three festival award-winning short films and TV

commercials.

Show times are 8 p.m. Saturdays and 7 p.m. Sundays. The play runs

indefinitely. Tickets are $20 and can be reserved by calling

761-0704. The theater is at 11006 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood.

RESIDENT DIRECTING NEW PLAY IN NORTH HOLLYWOOD

Jhennifer Webberley, a Burbank resident, is directing and

producing an original play, “Sebastian and the Tattooed Love

Librarian,” at the Secret Rose Theatre in North Hollywood.

Webberley, who recently graduated with a master’s in fine arts

from USC film school, has found her way back to theater with this

contemporary comedy about relationships.

The play by Debra Neff Nathans is a story that examines the

relationships between gay men and the women who adore them. Dora, a

self-proclaimed “fag hag,” struggles to combine her flamboyant fruit

fly lifestyle with her new found secret straight love.

Show times are 8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and 7 p.m.

Sundays through June 8. Tickets are $20 with discounts for groups,

students and seniors. For reservations, call 845-5148. The theater is

at 11246 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood.

ART EXHIBITS

TRIBUTE TO MOMS AT CREATIVE ARTS CENTER

Moms are the inspiration for paintings, writings and group

installations in the Inseparable Wings exhibition, “Written On The

Body,” at the Creative Arts Center in Burbank. The event is presented

in May in honor of Mother’s Day.

Each artist is creating a new body of work focusing on separation

and the resulting growth as a woman and creator. Also explored are

the invisible imprints that their mothers have left on them and how

these imprints are reflected in their art.

The exhibit continues through Friday. The Creative Arts Center is

at 1100 W. Clark Ave., Burbank. For information, call 238-5397.

FOOD SUBJECT OF ART EXHIBIT

Gayle Garner Roski of Toluca Lake is displaying her works of

fruits at Tirage Gallery in Pasadena.

She has had solo exhibits at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas

and the historical Los Angeles Fine Arts Building. As an artist

member of the California Art Club, her work was selected for the

90th, 91st and 92nd annual Gold Medal Exhibitions at the Pasadena

Museum of History.

Roski has been active in community endeavors. In 2002, she was

appointed commissioner to the Cultural Affairs Department for the

city of Los Angeles. She served on the Art Council for the Los

Angeles Cathedral.

Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5

p.m. on Saturday. The exhibit continues through May 31. The gallery

is at One West California Blvd. in Pasadena. For more information,

call (626) 405-1020.

MUSEUMS

BURBANK HISTORICAL SOCIETY OFFERS EXHIBITS OF BURBANK

The Burbank Historical Society’s Gordon R. Howard Museum Complex

features exhibits of early Burbank. There are extensive collections

of vintage vehicles, costumes, dolls, cameras and special sections on

the history of Lockheed, Disney and Warner Bros. studios.

Hours are from 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays.

Admission is free, but donations are accepted. The complex is at

1015 W. Olive Ave., Burbank. Parking is available at George Izay Park

lot off Clark Avenue.

For more information, call 841-6333.

BURBANK MUSEUM DEDICATED TO AVIATION

Burbank Aviation Museum is dedicated to the memory of the men and

women who made aviation history in the San Fernando Valley.

Located at Pierce Brothers Valhalla Cemetery, artifacts are

displayed in the Portal of the Folded Wings Shrine to Aviation, an

ornate domed building that is listed on the National Register of

Historic Places. Visitors can enter on Valhalla Boulevard behind

Fry’s Electronics, off Hollywood Way or use the main entrance at

10621 Victory Blvd.

The aviation displays can be viewed from noon to 4 p.m. on

Sundays. Admission is free, but donations are accepted. For more

information, call 845-3300.

* If you have press releases for the 48 Hours column, please call

JOYCE RUDOLPH at 637-3241 or e-mail joyce.rudolph@latimes.com or fax

them to 241-1975.


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