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CacheARTS Privacy Policy

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PRIVACY STATEMENT ---- SECTION 1 - WHAT DO WE DO WITH YOUR INFORMATION? When you purchase something from Cache Valley Center for the Arts, as part of the buying and selling process, we collect the personal information you give us such as your name, address, and email address. When you browse our site, we also automatically receive your computer’s internet protocol (IP) address in order to provide us with information that helps us learn about your browser and operating system. Email marketing (if applicable): With your permission, we may send you emails about our organization, new offerings, our newsletter, and…

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Tess Cramer

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Tess was born and raised on O'ahu, Hawai'i. Where she attended the University of Hawai'i at Manoa campus and studied under international artists. She will finish her bachelors in Art and Art History this spring, here on the Logan campus. During her time at the Caine College of the Arts, she has proved her value as an undergraduate artist researcher, receiving grant and travel money to share her work on a series of conceptual paintings about Alzheimer's Disease. Tess believes that her secondary education has provided her the unique temporal advantage to communicate easily with teen students. She says ..."…

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The Hillbenders: The Making of TOMMY

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Join us at "The Making of TOMMY" Tuesday, April 11, 3-3:30PM @WhySound 30 Federal Ave, Logan, UT The Hillbenders will share their journey in adapting The Who's TOMMY from rock musical into a bluegrass opry. Space is limited.  Registration will close when capacity has been reached.  Complete the two question sign up below: Call 435-554-7065 or email rhoth@cachearts.org for assistance.

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Tyler Swain

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From a very young age, Tyler has been interested in creating things. At the age of eight his parents enrolled him in private art lessons where he learned the fundamentals of drawing and design. Years later he pursued art at the college level, first at Snow College where he received an Associate's degree, and finished at Utah State University earning a BFA in drawing and painting. Tyler has been the recipient of many awards and scholarships including the George and Marie Eccles Caine Endowment, and the Outstanding Senior Award. Tyler is a current member of the International Guild of Realism and…

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Maria Ellen Huebner

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my simple story…   I really did grow up on a potato farm in beautiful Midwest America. My mother a Mexican migrant worker from the south and my pops a first generation German farmer "making his way." Their "love story" is a great one... if interested ask me about it. It is definitely filled with "triumph & tragedy!" I was lucky to have found my "true love" early on, ART then Photography which really to me means and equals one! Like many other photographers I am inspired and curious by people and the ways in which they live.  The importance…

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Erin Holmstead

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Erin Holmstead is a fashion, beauty, and editorial photographer based in Utah. She grew up in KY and moved to UT while in high school. Later on she meet her husband, Jeff, and has two children, Jace and Ellie. Erin currently is one of the leaders of the local Cache Valley Chapter of the National Photographers Adventure Club (or PAC). She also has the privilege of working for the Cache Valley Daily, a product of the Cache Valley Media Group, where she photographs events throughout the state. Most recently Erin has started working with the local Paul Mitchell School and…

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Kara M. Swensen

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Kara Swensen is a local artist who lives in Providence with her husband Scott and their five children. She received her BFA in art education with a drawing emphasis from Utah State University. She is a member of the Utah Watercolor Society, Cache Valley (UWSCV) chapter and is the organizer for Plein Air.  Kara taught a workshop on watercolor mono prints for the UWSCV and taught the children’s summer art classes this summer for the Cache Valley Center for the Arts (CVCA). She is excited to have the opportunity to teach at the CVCA.

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New Horizons Orchestra Holiday Concert

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New Horizons Orchestra Holiday Concert Dec 7, 2015 at 6PM Carousel Ballroom, Bullen Center 43 South Main, Logan, UT The Cache Valley New Horizons Orchestra (CVNHO) welcomes the public to celebrate this beautiful holiday season at their performance tonight, December 7th, in the Bullen Center’s Carousel Ballroom at 6:00pm. CVNHO was formed in September of 2014. Co-sponsored by Cache Valley Center for the Arts and the USU Music Department, CVNHO is one of many in the New Horizons Orchestra international organization of adult string players. The group is led by veteran teachers Patty Bartholomew and Janice McAllister and assisted by…

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Theater Master Class with Aquila

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Students of the Logan Youth Shakespeare, Logan High School, and Sky View High School Drama programs worked with Aquila Theatre's Hemi Yeroham in a special Physical Theatre master class.  Hemi will play several different roles in the November 7 production of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, including Mr. Rucastle, Woman, King of Bohemia, Cab Driver, Clergy, and a Shabbily Dressed Man.  The master class was anything BUT shabby! Students began by introducing themselves in a memorable way, something any actor needs to practice for auditions.  The rest of the time was used to learn several exercises…

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Ten Fun Facts About Pedal Punk

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1. There are approximately 90 wheels on stage in Pedal Punk. 2. The aerial Penny Farthing in Pedal Punk can also be used to ride on the ground. It is a real bike! 3. Many of the bicycles in Pedal Punk were built from parts found in scrap yards. A great way to recycle and re-purpose parts! 4. The Gantry Bike featured in Pedal Punk as the Bike Shop is an original Cirque Mechanics apparatus, weighs 3,000 lbs. with artists on board, yet it can be pedaled by just 2 people. 5. The Gantry Bike steers like a bulldozer or…

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