MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY TO PREMIERE HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE IN OMNIMAX THEATER Movie run kicks off with four midnight showings beginning on Wednesday, July 15 The Museum of Science and Industry is […]
Z poetą Adam Lizakowskim rozmawia Małgorzata Kiesz
Adam Lizakowski przebywa poza granicami kraju od 1981r. Poeta, prozaik, dziennikarz, społecznik, tłumacz poezji amerykańskiej, organizator życia polonijnego w Chicago.
On Saturday, May 2, Emmy nominee Gail O’Grady, who was born in Detroit but raised in Wheaton, IL, stars in “Living Out Loud,” an inspirational film which reminds us of the difference between being alive and living.
CHICAGO, IL: The fourth season of the International Chamber Artists (ICA, www.ICAMusic.org), one of Chicago’s premiere chamber music ensembles, kicks off with “French & Viennese Keys” on Sunday, January 25, 2009 at 4:00pm, located at St. Gregory the Great Church (5535 N. Paulina St., Chicago) and Monday, January 26, 2009 at 7:00pm, at Ganz Hall at Roosevelt University (430 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago). The enticing musical selections will include Gabriel Faure’s Piano Quintet No. 2 in C minor, Op. 115, Francis’s Poulenc’s Trio for Piano, Oboe and Bassoon, and more.
In addition to these electrifying concerts, ICA will be performing selected works of Poulenc, Previn, and Diamond live on 98.7 WFMT from the Morse Theatre on Sunday, February 1, 2009 at 11:00am.
Upcoming events for the season include April’s “Tuba or Not Tuba?” with works that will finally give this commanding brass instrument the spotlight it deserves. And finally, kick off the summer in June with “Prokofiev is to Ballet as Debussy is to Drama,” a fascinating compilation of works by Frederic Chopin, Claude Debussy, Alan Hovhaness and Sergei Prokofiev.
Jolanta Pawlak is someone who promises to be a famous and important woman artist. A native of Poland, she studied art in both Europe and the United States. She now lives in Curacao the Dutch Antillean Island in Caribbean, where she finds the inspiration to do
beautiful body sculptures. She gets all of her inspiration and material from underwater. Jolanta’s creations are lovely to watch and pleasurable to wear. The exquisite, fine silver rings, necklaces and earrings are enhanced using a variety of patinas, fabulous shades of amber, natural gemstones or pearls. The jewelery is richly textured ,inspired by the coral sea fans and shells which Jolanta sees while diving in to Caribbean sea.
Dorota Silaj: What inspired you to become an artist?