- Published on Wednesday, 09 April 2014 01:01
- Written by Los Altos Town Crier Staff
The American Watercolor Society’s International Exhibition in New York features Jane McCullough’s “The End of the Game.”
Watercolor Society selects Los Altos artist’s work for display
The American Watercolor Society selected the work of Los Altos artist Jane McCullough for its 147th Annual International Exhibition at the historical Salmagundi Club on Fifth Avenue in New York City, on display through April 20. This is the second time McCullough’s work has been featured in the show.
Each year since 1867, the American Watercolor Society has hosted a juried exhibition of watercolors by artist members of the organization. The organization boasts such past members as Winslow Homer, Childe Hassam, John LaFarge and Andrew Wyeth.
For more information on McCullough, visit janemccullough.com.
For more information on the American Watercolor Society, visit americanwatercolorsociety.org.
Resident runs Boston Marathon
Matthew Cutts of Los Altos plans to run the Boston Marathon April 21 as a member of the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge team.
Cutts, along with more than 700 Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge teammates from around the U.S. and the world, will participate with a goal to raise $5.3 million for cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Proceeds will support the institute’s Claudia Adams Barr Program in Innovative Basic Cancer Research.
Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge runners include cancer survivors and patients, as well as family and friends of those who have been affected by cancer. Runners of all abilities participate with the goal to help put an end to cancer.
To contribute and for more information, visit RunDFMC.org.
Local dance students earn recognition
Students of Leyla Boissonnade at Bay Area Dance School in Los Altos competed in the Dance Masters of California’s All Solo Title Scholarship competition last month at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Brandon Rabaria and Jessica Fry, both students at Menlo School in Atherton, won the titles of “Mr. Dance of Northern California” and “Ms. Dance of Northern California.” Rabaria performed a lyrical solo to “No Bravery” and Fry performed a lyrical solo to “Bring Him Home.”
Aurora Vaughan, a Gunn High School student, performed a lyrical solo to “Letter to a Playground Bully” and won the title of “Teen Miss Dance of Northern California.”
Abby Alter, Emma Dulski and Shivani Parikh received placement awards.
In addition to their solos, Rabaria, Fry and Vaughan underwent an interview process and evaluation in four styles of dance – ballet, tap, jazz and acrobatics.
The dancers are scheduled to compete for national titles at the Dance Masters of America Solo Competition in Orlando, Fla., in July, along with Clark Griffin, who won “Mr. Dance of Northern California” honors in 2013.