Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Art Briefs

Fools hires development associate

Kris Olenick has joined the administrative team of Company of Fools as its new development associate. Olenick has lived in the Wood River Valley for 25 years and has worked for more than 12 years in the nonprofit sector, as director of operations at Citizens for Smart Growth and as administrative assistant at the Hunger Coalition.

Experience the Oneness Awakening Course

and the Oneness Blessing

Oneness trainers Nanette Ford and Michael Clingerman will offer a weekend course to teach the Oneness Blessing on Saturday, Oct. 9, and Sunday, Oct. 10. Each day's event will start at 9 a.m. and finish at 5:30 p.m.

Participants will receive the essential teachings of the Oneness University about living in a higher state of consciousness known as the Awakened State. The culmination of the two-day workshop will end in the initiation of participants as Oneness Blessing givers.

The course is $200, $125 for initiated Deeksha Givers and $95 for anyone repeating the course. In addition, a Seva exchange will be available. To reserve a space, call 720-4244 or 725-0900

McCall recital series seeks musicians

Second Sunday Sounds at Six is a free recital series at the McCall Community Congregational Church. The series is seeking musicians interesting in performing during the 2011 season. Artist compensation for the recital series is $300 for soloists, $400 for duos and $500 for ensembles of three or more plus overnight lodging if needed. Four recitals will be compensated at $1,000 for artists and ensembles of note and proven accomplishment. Interested musicians should prepare a program of at least 50 minutes and no longer than 75 minutes of sacred and classical music.

Deadline for application is Oct. 22. Applications can be obtained at or call Tyler Vance at (208) 634-5430 or (208) 634-7342. In addition, Vance may be e-mailed at

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