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Melodramatická pohádka na motivy Julia Zeyera s hudbou Josefa Suka Československo, 1970 Režie: Petr Weigl Scénář: Josef Topol, Petr Weigl Kamera ...
After two days of sketching, photographing and scouting out the Faraday Powerhouse, the artists from the Estacada on the Clackamas: The Powerhouse Job are finally ready to show off their work.
Their art, which is made up of videos, paintings, photographs and more will be on display at the Estacada Segment Library from Sept. 15 until early January.
Jane Reid of the the Estacada Area Arts Commission describes the lob as a multi-year exploration of (the) industrial structures that shaped Estacadas account.
We see this as an exciting way to explore and celebrate the history, geography and natural beauty of our community through the work of specific visual artists, writers, musicians and historians, she said.
Having already visited a digit of powerhouses in the past, artists visited the Faraday Powerhouse, lake and diversion dam for two days in May. In total number, 24 artists visited the site, which has been in operation since 1914.
It then will move to the Clackamas County Maturation Services Building on the Red Soils Campus from Jan. 13 through April 7, 2011.