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I ii!ili CAPE GAZE'I'rE, Friday, June 24 - June 27, 2005 - 119 Annual Homestead Garden Party is June 2 5 at RAL The Fifth Annual Homestead Garden Party will take place from 4 to 6 p.m., Saturday, June 25, at the Rehoboth Art League in Hen- lopen Acres and reservations are necessary. The party has proven to be a popular docents' fundraising event. Guests are encouraged to wear festive garden party clothes, including hats. Music is provided and this year's entertainment is local performer Art Curley. The cocktail reception is catered by Celsius Restaurant and tickets are $20 per person. RAL docents are often seen at the entrance to the Homestead Gallery, welcoming people and providing historical and current information on the house and gar- den, as well as facts on the current show and other information. They also play a key role in pre- senting the Art League to the pub They sell works of art at the Homestead and take visitor counts. On a summer or rainy day, there could be as many as 20 to 25 visi- tors during a three-hour shift. The 24 docents perform many other functions. For the garden party, they rent-tables and chairs as well as linens. They place bas- kets of flowers on each table and they provide old-fashioned lemonade and iced-tea to balance out the wine and beer that is served. They raise as much as $3,000 at such events to fund various proj- ects such as a fold-up map denot- ing the names of the paintings in the Homestead Gallery. Last year, they replaced the screens on the porch. Their next project is to get a table and chairs made for the porch. The Homestead Garden was re- planted in 1999 at a cost of about $150,000. Garden party funds are used for the garden or the house, depend- ing on the need, said Executive Director Nancy Alexander. In 1999-2000, the Art League docents offered to do more and formed a Docent Council as a co- ordinating body. It has proven useful for handling the garden party and other work. On that committee are six very active do- cents, including Ronnie Dupin, Anne Hanna, Mitzi Shank, Geor- gia Vogt, Trip Wilkinson and rose- marie Bahan. Bahan also does a newsletter twice a year for the do- cents. A spring orientation is held each year. At a fall luncheon, awards are given to the docents. For information on becoming a docent or more details about the Garden Party, call 227-8408. Award-winning vocalists to visit South Coastal Library June 30 a native of Wilmington who made his professional operatic debut singing the role of the First Coun- tertenor in the world premier of John Adams' opera/oratorio, El Nifio, directed by Peter Sellars and conducted by Kent Nagano at the Theatre Musi- cal de Paris= Chatelet. He has since recorded and performed in numerous pro- CADELAGO ductions with many presti- gious ensembles including the BBC Philharmonic and the At- lanta Symphony. Originally from Napa, Calif., Angela Cadelago made her debut in "Carmen" in 2001. While earn- ing her bachelor of music degree from San Francisco State Univer- sity, she sang for several seasons in both the San Francisco Sym- phony and Opera Choruses. Cade- lago has also contributed as a writer for Classical Singer maga- zine. Following her international de- but in the 2003 Spoleto Festival, Cadelago relocated to the east coast for further study in New York City. Pianist Betsy Kent, a graduate of Boston University, is the ac- companist for the University of Delaware Chorale, for collegiate vocal recitals, and for the Vocal prize winners of the 2005 Delaware Contest for Young Mu- sicians, Daniel Bubeck and An- gela Cadelago, will perform at 7 p.m., Thursday, June 30, at the South Coastal Library in Bethany Beach. They will perform art songs and arias by three masters of the Baroque era: Monteverdi, Purcell, and Handel. Their program will BRUBECK also include Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Pie Je- SU." countertenor Daniel Bubeck is RAL to showcase plein air workshop June 27-29 Ross Merrill will be conducting a plein air landscape painting workshop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m,, June 27, 28 and 29 at the Re- hoboth Art League. This work- shop will focus on painting land- scapes from nature. The participating artist will learn the materials and techniques for successfully painting on site. Participants will learn to make quick plein air studies in prepara- tion for a larger painting. The class will use alkyd based paints for the small studies and the un- derpainting for the larger work. After laying out the underpaint- ing, the following day will be the application of glazes and scumble to create atmosphere. There will also be a demonstra- tion in the use of watercolor in creating plein air painting. There will be demonstrations and lec- tures. Merrill, formally trained at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, has spent his career as a painter, a painting conservator and teaching painting. Following graduate school in the conserva- tion of paintings at Oberlin Col- lege, he headed the conservation department of the Cleveland Mu- the head of the conservation divi- sion of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. In addition to his museum responsibilities, Mer- rill continues to paint, teach paint- ing workshops, jury exhibitions and leoture on painting materials and techniques. Although his pri- mary professional activity has been painting conservation and research, his principal interest is in plein air painting which he has pursued throughout his career. The cost is $280 for members and $290 for nonmembers. To register for this class, call 227- seum of Art and in 1981 became 8408. I I Ah 17252 N. 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