This dresser by Judson Beaumont of Canada-based Straight
Lines Designs will be among the pieces on display in the
McKillican Hawaii booth at the BIA Home Building
and Remodeling Show this week.
The stylized furniture will be set up at the McKillican Hawaii booth. Beaumont's pieces combine wood, veneer and laminates to create unique designs.
Admission is $3 for adults, free for children under 12. A $5 pass will allow admission for all four days of the show. Half-price tickets are available at all First Hawaiian Bank branches. Show hours: 5 to 9:30 p.m. Feb. 10 and 11; 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Feb. 12 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 13.
Information: 847-4666, ext. 206.
ScoopsScholarships and more
American Dance Festival offers Auditions: The American Dance Festival will offer auditions for Young Artist Tuition Scholarships at nine sites across the country for students interested in attending the ADF Six Week School from June 8-July 21 on Duke University's campus in Durham, N.C. The audition locations are: Harrison, Va., March 5; Wichita, Kan., March 18; Brockport, N.Y., March 19; Salt Lake City, Utah, March 19; Gainesville, Ga., March 19; New York City, N.Y., March 26; Long Beach, Calif., April 1; and Durham, N.C., April 16.
Each audition consists of an hour-long technique class and a solo no longer than a minute-and-a-half in length.
The scholarships are offered to promising students who have a high level of technical ability and creative potential with experience in performance, choreography or both. Full and partial scholarships are awarded for tuition only.
Students need to send application forms and a $30 fee to ADF prior to the audition. Students unable to attend an audition may submit a VHS tape containing two minutes of technique and a solo by April 1.
For an ADF catalog, application or more information, contact the ADF School Office, 919-684-6402; e-mail school@AmericanDanceFestival.org or visit http://www.AmericanDanceFestival.org.
"Calling All Strong Kids ...": Sunny Delight is sponsoring a national competition to highlight kids' mental strength, physical strength and strength of character for a $10,000 scholarship. The contest will recognize children ages 9 to 11 who display multifaceted strength and shine by trying harder in school, on the playing field and in the community. Entry forms are available at http://www.sunnyd.com or by calling 877-KIDSGO4 and must be received by March 13. Submissions should include the entry form, a 150-word essay, and a photo of the nominee, and should be mailed to: Sunny Delight, Strongest Kid in America Contest, c/o ARS, 43 North Canal Street, Chicago, Ill. 60606.
Free Scholarships: A new Web site, http://www.FreeScholarships.com is giving away $10,000 a day in scholarship money. The money is available for college graduate school or private school for children. Winners also need to be U.S. citizens over 13 years of age. Applicants must divulge some demographic data to qualify. Winners are chosen by a computer-generated drawing. FreeScholarships.com also offers tips on financial aid. (Web site is extremely busy.)
PreviewComing to the big screen
The following movies are scheduled to begin their Oahu run on Friday:
Leonard DiCaprio and Virginie Ledoyen star. Loosely adapted from the Alex Garland's book, DiCaprio is Richard, a bored thrill-seeker in Thailand who comes upon a mysterious map promising a paradise. Ledoyen and her boyfriend (Guillaume Canet) accompany him on the trek to paradise run by Sal (Tilda Swinton). Its inhabitants, it seems, have only dipped their toes into the concept of going native: Many of them would still rather peer into the small screen of a GameBoy than drink in the gorgeous island scenery.
A Nickelodeon co-production about the things that happen to a typical American family on an atypical day. Chris Elliott, Iggy Pop and Pam Grier are among the strange cast-fellows. (Paramount)
THE TIGGER MOVIE
Winnie the Pooh and company make an animated return. (Disney)
The following movie is scheduled for sneak previews in Oahu theaters on Saturday:
THE WHOLE NINE YARDS
Matthew Perry's dentist and Bruce Willis' hit man must help each other avoid assassination. It's a comedy. (Warner Bros.)
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