In Ballet Quad Cities' brilliant take on the story of Romeo and Juliet, the moments of honey slowness and mercury speed take place together. The dance itself is of the moment while eternal. The dancers are contemporary masters of their art while embodying potent ideas and gestures from history. The love, life, and death of our moment are as timeless as the earth itself.

Art this FRIDAY!

There's a terrific set of interlocking art openings this coming Friday, December the 4th. The particulars are included in the following attachment. Then there's a hint at the Honors Show. Please pass the word!


3-5 p.m.?Open House at The Black Lodge (8 Painting III students) SE corner of Marquette and Locust Streets, Davenport, 323-1492

3-5 p.m.?Open House at Oz Studios, 2006 Gaines Street, Davenport, (Painting IV and Honors), 333-5237

5-7 p.m.?Opening Reception, Catich Gallery, for Marta Currier and Myriah Schultz's Senior Honors show, Galvin Fine Arts Center, D'Port 333-6444

6-8 p.m.?Grand Opening of The Bakery (the gallery, not the bakery), 1330 East 12th Street, Davenport?Large, multi-color prints by Brett Colley, Professor of Art at Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan 6-8 p.m., East Side Bakery, 323-1475