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I . cape Qazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY 22- MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010 73 Art league to showcase poetry inspired by paintings Jan. 30-Feb. 28 The Rehoboth Art League's upcoming winter exhibition is a feast for the eyes, ears, mind and soul. Poetry & the Permanent Collection, opening with a cof- feehouse reception from 3 to 5 p.m., Saturday,/an. 30, pairs the work of more than a dozen poets statewide with the paintings that inspired their writing. A number of the participating poets will re- cite their work. Each poem will be displayed by the painting that served as its muse. This event is free and open to the public. "The art league has been asso- ciated with poets and writers' groups since its inception," says Executive Director Karen Mc- Gmth. "This exhibit is modeled after a program at the Biggs Mu- seum, and seemed like a fun and unusual way to curate the exhib- it and expose more people to our important Permanent Collec- tion." The Rehoboth Art League holds an impressive Permanent Collection of Delaware and re- gional artists from the early 1900s through modem favorites. Poets were invited to browse cat- alogs of photos of the collections and then see the paintings that "spoke" to them. The Poetry & the Permanent Collection show features paintings by Ethel P.B. Leach, Orville Peets, Marlin Fenical and lack Lewis, among others. The exhibit runs until Sunday, Feb. 28. The art league is located on Dodds Lane in Henlopen Acres, just blocks from downtown Re- hoboth. For information visit re- hobothartleague.org. SUBMITTED PHOTO "EASTER FLOWERS" by Ethel P.B. Leach is one of many inspirational art works in the permanent collection of the Rehoboth Art League. CAMP Rehoboth Cnc)rus to debut Jan. 31 Tickets are already going fast for the premiere concert of the CAMP Rehoboth Chorus at 7 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 31, at the Re- hoboth Beach Theatre of the Arts, 20 Baltimore Ave., Re- hoboth Beach. Tickets are $15 and available by calling 227-5620. The chorus is sponsored by CAMP Rehoboth and Go Fish Seafood Restaurant on Rehoboth Avenue in downtown Rehoboth Beach. The concert will reflect CAMP Rehoboth's vision of "room for all," and itg status as the heart of the community. The concert will present music cele- brating diversity and communi- ty, and will also be sure to reflect the inherent campiness in CAMP Rehoboth. The 25-member group, under the direction of Bill McManus, has been rehearsing a variety of show tunes and choral classics arranged into a concert, com- plete with narration and solos, to reflect the group's passion for singing. Accompanist David Zipse, himself an accomplished solo performer, brings an amaz- ing musical talent and energy to the group. In addition to the chorus, there will be musical comedy solos by guest performers under the di- rection of Fay ]acobs. "We have a lot of fun in store for the audi- ence," ]acobs says, keeping the plan under wraps until concert night. No stranger to the music world, McManus is an honors graduate of the University of Hartford's Hartt College of Mu- sic with a bachelor of music edu- cation degree. McManus stud- ied voice in high school, going on to become a member and soloist of the Greater Bostonians in New England. With that group he sang in Boston's Symphony Hall and many other locations around the New England area. Dover Art League seeks photographers Dover Art League invites photographers to participate in "The Silver Image" exhibit from Friday, Feb. 5, to March 4. This iuried exhibit is open to all pho- tographers and all work must be framed and available for sale. A special category will consist of traditional black and white pho- tography. Entry fees are: non- members - $15, for one to three submissions; members - $1Ofor one to five submissions. The opening reception will be held Feb. 5, during Dover's First Friday Event, 5 to 8 p.m. For information regarding de- livery dates and entry forms contact Dover Art League at 302- 674-0402 or email dover- artleague@verizorunet. COASTAL CONCERTS Thomas Pandolfi (pianist) January 30, 2010 ...Solo concert pianist: a prodigious American virtuoso All Concerts Saturday, 8 PM Bethel United Methodist Church Hall Fourth & Market Streets, Lewes, DE 19958 More Information: 888-212-6458 Purchase Tickets On-line at: www.coastalconcerts.org These conexnts an made possiblc, in part, by a grant frc4 the Delaw Division o f the AVs, a state agency dedicated to tt  &ltrs  I mpptingthemsinDelawa'inarmershiwiththeNatin8End0wmemftheArtsEafCa ..i.. 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