Windmore Provides Arts and Arts Education for All Ages

CROSSROADS YOUTH ORCHESTRA SPRING CONCERT
“FAVORITES FROM THE STAGE AND SCREEN”
SUNDAY MAY 1, 2016 – 7 PM
AT LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL
6300 Independence Ave, Bealeton, VA 22712

Crossroads Youth Orchestra

  • Price: $10 adults, $5 for youth 12 and under
  • Date: Sunday May 1, 2016
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Venue: Liberty High School
  • Location: 6300 Independence Ave, Bealeton, VA 22712
    For more information email cyo@windmorefoundation.org or call 540-547-4333.

    Concert is sponsored in part by the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation’s Patricia and Nicolaas Kortlandt Memorial Fund

SUPPORT COMMUNITY ARTS
THROUGH WINDMORE FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS
WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 2016

Early pledges accepted now by
emailing info@windmorefoundation or calling 540-547-4333

Give Local Piedmont May 3 2016
WINDMORE’S “THEATER WITH A CAUSE” STAGEWORKS PROGRAM
A Community Forum on “Anti-Bullying”
Wednesday May 4, 2016
State Theatre in Culpeper, Virginia

large_55_sa_antibully -1-Windmore will present a community forum on “Anti-Bullying” that includes panelists and theater vignettes from The Bully Plays at State Theatre on Wednesday May 4, 2016 at 7 pm in State Theatre Culpeper’s Halsey Auditorium.

Guest panelists and speakers from:
Greater Piedmont Trauma Informed Community Network
Toni Hitchcock of Free Art Friday
Payton’s Project – “Freeze Bullying for Payton”

Windmore’s StageWorks Program will present
The Bully Plays directed by Freya Slocumb:
Blu  by Gloria Bond Clunie
Bystander Blues by Trish Lindberg
The Bully Pulpit by Dwayne Hartford

      Produced by special arrangement with
The Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois
 

The event is free and open to the public. State Theatre is located at 305 S. Main Street, Culpeper, Virginia. More information may be obtained by emailing stageworks@windmorefoundation.org or by calling 540-547-4333.

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SALT AND PEPPER
a play about aging with grace, courage and humor
PRESENTED BY WINDMORE’S STAGEWORK’S PROGRAM
Written by Robert Benjamin
Directed by Johncie Flannagan Carlson
Saturday June 11, 2016 at 2 pm
– State Theatre in Culpeper, Virginia
Sunday June 12, 2016 at 2 pm – Prince Michel Winery in Leon, Virginia
Ticket information coming soon!

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Image Credit: Logo Design-Katharine Hansen

Physicist-turned-playwright Robert Benjamin’s Salt and Pepper a play consisting of seven scenes about aging with grace, courage and humor. For additional information, email stageworks@windmorefoundation.org or call 540-547-4333. Tickets on sale soon through the State Theatre box office:  www.culpepertheatre.org.

RECENT WINDMORE EVENTS

WRITERS PUBLISHING WORKSHOP
PRESENTED BY WINDMORE’S PEN-TO-PAPER PROGRAM
APRIL 25, 2016 in Culpeper, Virginia

Windmore Meredith Bond PhotoWriters Publishing Workshop – Windmore’s Pen-to-Paper program presents a Writers Publishing Workshop facilitated by award winning author Meredith Bond on Monday April 25, 2016 from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm. The location will be the parish hall of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church located at 115 N East Street, Culpeper. Cost which includes lunch is $20 or $10 for Windmore members. Topics covered include: basics of self-publishing, need for proper editing and beta-readers, cover art, the multiple sections included in a book, registering a copyright, publishing options, pre-orders, ISBN’s, formatting, marketing, and social media. For information about Meredith Bond including her bio, books, and blog posts, visit: www.meredithbond.com. For more information about the Writers Publishing Workshop, including registration: email info@windmorefoundation.org or call 540-547-4333. Register online here Under “Purpose” List your name, email address, phone number, and class title as in this example:
Susan Smith, susansmith@gmail.com. 540-222-2222, Writers Publishing Workshop.

WINDMORE’S SIGNATURE SERIES PARTNERS WITH CASTLETON FESTIVAL
JEWELL TONE MUSIC AND CULPEPER BAPTIST CHURCH
Artistic Director of Castleton Festival Dietlinde Turban Maazel
will present a vocal and drama improvisation
workshop on Saturday April 16, 2016

CASTLETON, VA - JUNE 4: Dietlinde Turban Maazel, an actress, singer, and violinist born in Reutlingen, Germany, is seen at her antebellum home in Castleton, Va. on June 4, 2015. Maazel's 550-acre farm is also home to a theater, summer festival and young artist training program, started with her late husband, the conductor Lorin Maazel, and she continues to coach students in New York City on a regular basis. (Photo by T.J. Kirkpatrick for The Washington Post)

Castleton Festival, Culpeper Baptist Church, Jewell Tone Music, and Windmore Foundation for the Arts join together and are pleased to present a workshop by Dietlinde Turban Maazel who is the co-founder, Artistic Director, and CEO of the Castleton Festival. The vocal and drama improvisation workshop for youth will take place on Saturday April 16, 2016 at 2 pm. The workshop, for ages 13 to 20, will be held at Culpeper Baptist Church located at 318 S West Street in Culpeper, Virginia. Utilizing fundamental acting principles, and improvisation, including singing improv with piano accompaniment, the workshop will concentrate on the unique potential each singer-actor has while striving to develop the physical, vocal, emotional, and intellectual skills that enable them to work freely, joyfully and convincingly. In 2009, together with her late husband Maestro Lorin Maazel, Dietlinde Turban Maazel founded the Castleton Festival and continues her dedication to music education there and for collaborative projects. She is currently on faculty at Rutgers University where she created a new course “Acting for Singers” for the Mason Gross School of the Arts. Due to the generosity of all the collaborative partners and Dietlinde Turban Maazel donating her time, tuition for the April 16 workshop is reduced to $15.00 per student. Space is limited and a maximum of 20 youth participants will be admitted to the workshop. Some prior acting and vocal experience preferred. For more information please call Jewell Tone Music at 540-317-1115.

ART EXHIBIT EXTENDED THROUGH APRIL 16, 2016
WINDMORE’S SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM PRESENTS

“Legacy – The Art of Millie Lane”
~A Fundraiser for Arts Education Scholarships~
February 6, 2016 – March 20, 2016
Windmore Legacy-The Art of Millie Lane Son and Daughter-in-Law Feb 2016 StraightenedMillie Lane’s son Rick and daughter-in-law Carolyn attended
the opening reception for  “Legacy – The Art of Millie Lane”

“Legacy – The Art of Millie Lane” exhibition is presented by Windmore Foundation for the Arts from February 6, 2016 – March 20, 2016 at State Theatre Culpeper showcasing and selling the art of Millie Lane to fund scholarships. The special opening reception took place on Saturday February 6 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm and also included art, jewelry and pottery for sale by additional local artists, with proceeds benefitting arts programming.
Thank you to State Theatre and ACC for sharing the art exhibition space with Windmore.

Millie Lane, who passed away in 2010, was a prominent Culpeper multi-media artist who enjoyed creating with oils, watercolors, acrylics, inks, mixed media and collage. She was quoted as saying “I have been painting in various media all my life but mainly since 1970, learning and teaching as I go. I love plein air painting in watercolors the best so I can feel what I am painting.” Millie received many awards on her paintings and had often exhibited her work in Culpeper, Fauquier, and Orange counties.

Lane-Mille-ArtistMillie received many awards on her paintings and had often exhibited
her work in Culpeper, Fauquier, and Orange counties.

Millie was born December 6, 1938 in Trenton, New Jersey, became a registered nurse and her 40 year career included working at Culpeper Hospital, and as an operating room nurse at Fauquier Hospital. She was a member of Brushstrokes Gallery of Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg Center for Creative Arts, and had works displayed in old town Fredericksburg, as well as The Arts Center in Orange County, and in Culpeper at the Village Frame and Gallery, Depot, and Library. She was an active member and teacher of the Artists of Windmore Foundation for the Arts and The Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts. Millie also enjoyed being outdoors, farming, horses and being at the beach which all influenced her choice of content for artwork.

Windmore Legacy-The Art of Millie Lane Son of Mille Lane and Wimdmore ED Shake HandsWindmore’s executive director Debra Smyers extends a thank you to Rick Lane.

Millie passed away on December 4, 2010, however, her art and memory lives on. “Legacy – The Art of Millie Lane” exhibition, free to the public, is open during intermission at all State Theatre events, as well as one hour before films shown and two hours prior to live performances from February 6 through March 20, 2016. State Theatre is located at 305 S. Main Street and events are listed at www.culpepertheatre.org. One hundred percent of the sales of Millie Lane’s art will go to Windmore’s scholarship fund which awards two one thousand dollar scholarships each year in honor of Artists Dorothy Skelton and Millie Lane. (A fundraising event for Dorothy Skelton’s art was held by Windmore last year at State Theatre.) Founded in 1987, Windmore Foundation for the Arts promotes the visual, literary, and performing arts through awareness, participation, and education. For more information including how to purchase Mille Lane’s Art, email info@windmorefoundation.org or call 540-547-4333.

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