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I ,I:; GET AWAY FROM THE OVERCROWDED DOWNTOWN BEACH SCENE! Relax in our lounge and enjoy our daily bar specials. Play darts and shoot pool for free! 54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 13 - September 19,1996 Easton's Brownawell to judge Sussex Arts Council Fine Arts Exhibit; to open Oct. 3 The opening reception and awards presentation for Sussex County Arts Council's 16th An- nual Fine Arts Exhibition will be held Thursday, Oct. 3, from 5:30- 7 p.m. in SCAC's Gallery of Art, located in the Theatre Lobby at Delaware Technical and Commu- nity College in Georgetown. Mu- sic will be provided by Tim York of Milton, on keyboard. It is free and open to the public. Judging this ye's exhibit will be Christopher Brownawell, Ex- ecutive Director, Academy of the Arts, Easton, Md., where a reno- vated 1820's school house has brought elegance to the Eastern Shore with its physical surround- ings as well as its exhibitions and programming. The Academy features the very best of regionally and nationally- known artists, hosts 215 visual and performing arts programs with 26 exhibitions per year. Ad- ditionally Brownawell oversees classes, workshops, artreach, summer arts camp, special muse- um excursions and the Corporate Sponsorship Program. He started at the Academy as Assistant Director/Curator in 1988 and became its Executive Director in 1992. His prior expe- rience includes: Assistant Direc- tor of Public Programs National Museum of American Art, Smith- sonian Institution; Museum liai- son to Georgetown Day School, Washington, D.C., and Assistant to the Director, Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University, Penn. He is experienced as a grant re- viewer, seminar lecturer, has ju- ried over 35 shows and curated over 75 exhibitions. Brownawell holds a B.A. in Arts Management and Art History from Wilkes University and a M.A.T. in Museum Education from George Washington Univer- sity. A wide variety of media and styles by local Sussex County artists is anticipated. The Best of Show award is provided by the Rehoboth Art League, with sec- ond and third prizes presented by Christopher Brownawell, Executive Director of the Acade- my of the Arts, Easton, Md., will judge the Sussex County Arts Council's 16th Annual Fine Arts Exhibition on Thursday, Oct. 3, in the Gallery of Art in the theatre lobby at Delaware Techo nical and Community College in Georgetown. Midway Office and Art Supply. For the third consecutive year the Francis Lewis Folk Art Award, in honor of the late artist from Bridgeville will be given. Works chosen for the Sussex County Council's Purchase Awards will be revealed. The latter become part of a per- manent collection of works by lo- cal artists that are displayed in county buildings, including the Sussex County Courthouse in Georgetown. The program is made possible, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency committed to pro- moting and supporting the arts in Delaware. The exhibit will run from Thursday, Oct. 3, through Friday, Nov. 15. For more information, call S.C.A.C. at 856-5421. Route 24 Peddler's Village 945-8300 Lunchtime delivery to your office or place of business. * Call 945-8300 for details. Some restrictions may apply. ContinnFin: uTs/?ince 1980 Charming & Romantic Atmosphere Award- Winning Wine CLOSED I"UESD.Z, YS IN SEPTEMBER CHEZ LA MER RESTAURANT 210 SECOND STREET, REHOBOTH BEACH, DELAWARE DINNER SERVED FROM 5:30 RESERVATIONS: 302-227-6494 It's a Wise Bird who reserves at Sedona before 5:30 p.m. to get $5 off each entree The early bird may catch the worm, but it is the wise bird that gets $5 offeach entree at 5edona. You  all the guests in your party save $5 off0ur celebrated sotrthwtern errtrees when you call us and reserve your table for our 5 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. seatings. Located in quiet Bethany Beach, Del. at 2 Pennsylvania Ave. Open daily 5 to 10 p.m. serving creative southwestern cuisine. For reservol'ion, please coil (302) 539-1200. # 00Lamp Post Reputation at the Beach! Serving the Freshest Seafood, Thick & Tender Handcut Steaks, Veal, Chicken and Morel A Local Favorite Since 1962 Open Daily 7 a.m. Breakfast Lunch Dinner Rt. 1 at Rt. 24 Rehoboth (302) 645-9132