On a recent Sunday afternoon, patrons of Wagner’s Lanes in Eau Claire were able to witness the mad bowling skillz of Father Christmas. Taking a break from his elf management duties, Ol’ St. Nick was in town for a Boys & Girls Club event.
From Nov. 17-19, BareBones Ensemble Theatre presented Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s Hunter Gatherers at The Grand Theatre, a play about a dinner date gone awry with sex, violence, wrestling, and animal sacrifice. Kinda like Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf...
Foster Gallery’s newest exhibition, Hidden Fortress, is a collection of 10 artists’ works under the theme of “hidden performance,” and it’s a pretty cool show. Visit the show at UWEC’s Haas Fine Arts Center anytime before Nov. 22.
Despite a late afternoon, sidewalk-washing downpour, Chalkfest 2011 (Aug. 6) made for a fantastic Saturday of art and community. Pictured here is one of the Jury Award winners, Peter Davidson, at work.
The rigging at the State Theatre (ropes, wires, pulleys, pipes, and weights above the stage) is being replaced. The huge project (it costs about $120,000) has been on their “to do list” for quite a while as the current system was donated in 1986
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