On April 4, a not-to-be-missed short film followed by a panel discussion around healing featuring Steve Giardina and his journey living with Stage 4 cancer.
Provided photo Angie Tomey of Little Boy Flowers who will be talking about planting spring flowers on March 28.
The Center for the Arts continues to provide opportunities for the community, despite the untimely shut down of the performing arts venue a year ago. Their “In Conversation With” series has been running weekly since January, and continues now with new topics and speakers for spring.
This is just one of the programs the staff at the Center is working hard to bring to those who have supported the organization and continue to do so, even though live shows have been impossible to host, said Center For The Arts Executive Director Amber Jo Manuel.
“The Center for the Arts recognizes that we have a lot of fabulous members that have made this new incredible space a reality for us and unfortunately the pandemic hit, and we were unable to follow through with providing them with a live arts and entertainment culture, like we had promised,” explained Manuel. She said the organization is committed to creating opportunities for their members and the public in whatever capacity possible, no matter what is happening in the world, and the speaker series is one of the ways they are doing that.
Hosted by Jacob Freydont-Attie, a writer and filmmaker who grew up in rural Nevada County, the weekly topics alternate between food, nature, art, and lifestyle with a different guest discussing