Jazz Choirs from CBC and their special guest Northwest Nazarene University will share music with the public. Open and free to the public. Seating is limited Covid attestation, masks, and social distancing are required while in the CBC Theatre.
Thursday, March 17, 2022 7 PM, Richland Public Library How do film and television portray romance for strong, independent women? Why should we care? Join Professor Allison Palumbo as they explore 40 years of fighting female characters onscreen—from private eyes to cops and spies—who struggle to find love. Even in these fictional worlds, where anything […]
Thursday, February 17, 2022 **UPDATE** – Online via Zoom at 7 pm- Register here! Murder isn’t what it used to be. Explore the shifting role of the victim in detective novels, and how that shift reflects broader social changes. From Poe and Sherlock Homes to British cozies and Hardboiled pulps, novelist Matthew Sullivan traces the […]
Thursday, January 20, 2022 7 PM, Franklin County Historical Society Agrarian scenes are among the most prominent works by great artists throughout history. From van Gogh and Picasso to American regionalist Thomas Hart Benton and primitivist Grandma Moses, they focus attention on life’s essentials and the beauty of the countryside known to rural inhabitants since […]
Esvelt Gallery is proud to present the work of Jack Reilly. Link to virtual exhibit will be available on November 1 The “Love and Myth” mixed-genre series combines classical realism with process-based abstraction on a (flat/one piece) shaped canvas structure. These pieces integrate highly rendered figurative imagery with various modes of abstraction, involving color, shape, […]
Esvelt Gallery is proud to present the work of Curtis Bartone. Click here to view the virtual exhibition! Bartone’s work explores how our complex and romanticized view of the natural world and our understanding of wilderness is affected by mythology, religion, art, science, photography, and digital technology. Incorporating science writing, the tragedies of William Shakespeare, […]
Here’s to the Women! A presentation by Linda Allen Thursday, 9/17/2020 7 PM, FREE & Online – Please email email@example.com for the Zoom login information. Hosted by Friends of the Richland Public Library The silencing of women’s experience and the empowering of women’s voices as they struggled for the vote are showcased in this entertaining […]