Art/Entertainment News in Brief: April 28, 2004

April 28, 2004

'Frog Fest,' children's Australian music festival are May 1

"The Greedy Frog," a children's musical drama by Mari Kermit-Canfield, will be premiered at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 1, in Esber Recital Hall, University Park.

The performance features a small wind ensemble and brass ensemble with a narrator. The performance is rated best for ages 5 to 10 years old, but children of any age are welcome.

Other events include a didgeridoo performance by Kevin Gombatz; the Marsupial Court Music for sax and percussion ensemble by Adam Ragusea will perform; and a sing-along of Australian kids' songs will conclude the event.

Children may bring their own wrapping paper tube for a didgeridoo workshop. The bigger the tube, the better. The even is free to the public. E-mail for more information. For a complete listing of all concerts and recitals, visit and choose music performance events.

Exhibition planned at the Zoller Gallery

Kristin Pavelka, a master of fine arts candidate in the School of Visual Arts, is presenting her work in an exhibition, "Dogs Dressed Up in Clothing," through May 2 at the Zoller Gallery on the University Park campus.

Pavelka combines ideas about American culture, architecture and food to create quirky, yet functional pots, once described as "dogs dressed up in clothing."

A closing reception open to the public will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, April 30, at the Zoller Gallery.

(Media Contacts)

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