‘Strangely Familial’ exhibit comes to PC
Nathan Barnes’ solo exhibition, “Strangely Familial” is on display at the PUB Gallery of Art at Peninsula College, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles, through Thursday, Feb. 6.
At a Studium Generale presentation set for 12:35 p.m. on Feb. 6, Barnes will present a talk entitled “Transgressive Angels” in the college’s Little Theater, with an artist reception immediately afterward.
Barnes, who has lived in western Washington since 2013, is a full-time art instructor at Grays Harbor College, serves on the Olympia Artspace Alliance board of directors, and enjoys the opportunity to curate public art projects through his inclusion on the Washington State Arts Commission’s public art curator roster.
Both the exhibition and Studium events are free and open to the public.
For more information, email Michael Paul Miller at email@example.com.
Heart by Heart returns for 7 Cedars show
More than four decades years after the seminal rock band Heart formed, two original members are keeping the songs going strong — and they’re bringing them back to the Olympic Peninsula.
Bassist Steve Fossen and drummer Michael DeRosier, original members of the band that posted Billboard top 200 albums in the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and 2010s, come to Blyn’s 7 Cedars Casino on Saturday, Jan. 25, with Heart By Heart, a group that looks to preserve those chart hits in their essential forms for longtime fans and Heart newcomers alike.
The show is at 9 p.m. with no cover (must be 21 or older).
Heart fans can expect to hear familiar hits such as “Magic Man,” “Dreamboat Annie,” “Crazy on You,” “Barracuda” and “Little Queen” from the Northwest-based group featuring vocalist Somar Macek, guitarist-keyboardist-vocalist Lizzy Daymont and guitarist Chad Quist, along with Fossen and DeRosier.
For more about Heart by Heart, a group that included 7 Cedars on its regular schedule, see www.heartbyheart.com.