A&E briefs — June 2, 2021

Art exhibit helps kick off museum reopening

Watercolorist Cecilia Oliveria-Hillway has designed small battery-run robots to be on display at the Sequim Museum & Arts’ reopening reception between 4-8 p.m. on Friday, June 4.

Oliveria-Hillway has been integrating watercolor paintings and electronics to make these cute robots. She is a member of the North Olympic Watercolorists, and 16 watercolorists will be also displaying their creations with her during the month of June.

For more about Oliveria-Hillway’s art, see cohillway.com/robotics.html.

PC students to present short films via ’Good Things’

Peninsula College’s students present the culmination of their unique imaginative efforts as writers, actors, directors, and videographers of their own original films with “Good Things Come in Small Packages, Part 2.”

The event, set for noon on Wednesday, June 16, is free and open to the public and available on YouTube via livestream.

The YouTube link will be available on Eventbrite at least one day prior to show time at bit.ly/3vgX9Gx.

Presenting students from Dr. Lara Starcevich’s Acting One class at Peninsula College include: Abigail Austin, Malleck Braun, Nie Enuol, Cassius Jennings, Jared Larson, Jahnavi Newsom, Liam Stengel and Christain Wing-Kovarik.