There’s always lots going on at the Raglan Old School Arts Centre. Here’s a few dates to add to the diary.
Creative Market this Sunday 14 March — great food, live music and a big range of stalls. Check out the different ranges of beautiful hand-crafted jewellery, as well as art works, clothes and much more.
Make a date with the 3rd Thursday Movie on the 18th March. ‘The Cake Eaters’ is one to sit back and enjoy: actress Mary Stuart Masterson makes her debut as a feature director with this drama about 3 generations of men dealing with the death of the family matriarch. Starving musician Guy (Jayce Bartok) makes his way back upstate for the first time in 3 years. He does his best to deal with his mother’s death while trying to connect with his ex-girlfriend (Miriam Shor), who has found happiness with another man. As Guy does his best to win her back, his shy brother falls deeply in love with high school student Georgia who has a neurological disease. The brother’s father attempts to rekindle his relationship with Georgia’s grandmother. All very complicated — don’t miss it. 7.30 pm @ the Old School, $10 on the door.
‘Raglan Artists at Easter’ opens on 20 March and continues through till 9 April. Following on the successful ‘20 Raglan Artists’ exhibition in January, 20 plus members of the Raglan Community Arts Council will be exhibiting another eclectic range of works including painting, photography, weaving, glass work, pottery, and jewellery.