OPUS VII Recognizes Caitriona Bolster
“Every month an OPUS Recognition will be given to a member of our community whose work and ideas inspire and have a transformative effect on our lives,” shares Kaz Oveissi, visionary and Executive Director of the newly opened OPUS VII.
These individuals will be automatically nominated for the OPUS Prize which will occur bi-annually and result in a cash award of $5,000.
This month’s recognition will be for Caitriona Bolster, Music Director, KWAX 91.1 FM
Opening words by Rebekah Lambert here.
6:00 – 6:30pm Paul Safar, Piano and Nancy Wood, Soprano; Artistic Directors of Cherry Blossom Musical Arts
6:30 – 7:00pm OPUS VII Recognition of Caitriona Bolster, Music Director, KWAX 91.1 FM
7:15 – 7:45pm HONK Saxophone Quartet (Jim Olsen – Soprano, Brian Apgar – Alto, Richard Johnson – Tenor, Travis Wong – Baritone)
8:00 – 9:00pm Paul Safar, Piano and Nancy Wood, Soprano; Artistic Directors of Cherry Blossom Musical Arts
OPUS VII – The purpose of OPUS VII is to recognize, reward, and showcase mastery in art, architecture, and design. OPUS is an immersive, multi-sensory exploration of projects and ideas. It is a set of simple, carefully organized displays and demonstrations to inspire conversations that benefit the community. OPUS is also a gathering space built to introduce the community to the creative world and win the hearts and minds of every visitor. Visitors will have beautiful and compelling experiences, be surprised by what they see, and leave with a sense of expanded possibility.
Currently at OPUS VII – Ceramics by, Robin & John Gumaelius Jackie Hurlbert, Kim Murton and Betsy Wolfston; Acrylic painters, Ellen Goldschmidt and Marcio Diaz; Encaustic painter Linda Womack; Local oil on canvas painter, Jenny Gray and sculptors, Steve Eichenberger, Ellen Tykeson. Hannah Goldrich is one of several featured jewelry artists.
OPUS VII is featuring several special exhibitions including award winning Nir Pearlson Architect, Inc., Heartwood Carving, Inc of Eugene as well as a featured research project funded by Rowell Brokaw Architects for graduate students at the U of O. Also for viewing are the winners of the AIA People’s Choice Awards.