Arts and Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment

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Press release courtesy of Sylva Photo Club.

Roger Bacon will present “Matting and Framing Photographs” for the Sylva Photo Club on Saturday, May 14th, 2016, 2 pm at the Cullowhee Methodist Church, 416 Central Drive on the WCU campus. Roger Bacon will cover a selection of matts and frames for your prized photos, and how to cut the matts and make your own frames to complement your artwork.

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Color theory is a guide to color mixing and the effects that certain color combinations have visually on the brain. Color theory principles have been around since the early 15th century. If you’ve taken an art class or two, you should know that it also encompasses the three categories of colors: primary, secondary and tertiary.

Since February 18, the John W. Bardo Center’s Fine Art Museum on Western Carolina University’s campus has been showcasing an exhibit called “Color + Theory: Past + Present.” The exhibition will continue throughout the remainder of the semester.

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Summertime in western North Carolina is a wonderful thing. The area around Western Carolina University has so much to offer during the summer months. From hiking to history, you’re guaranteed to find interesting activities to enjoy during the warm, summer days in the beautiful mountains.

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David Starnes started out as a faculty member of the School of Music at Western Carolina and helped run the Pride of the Mountains marching band on campus. In recent years, Starnes has joined the Board of Directors for United Sound, helping coordinate events and plan future expansion plans for the influence of United Sound on Western Carolina’s campus.