Artists exhibit at Umpqua Bank. ANTIOCH — The Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch continues its partnership with Antioch’s Umpqua Bank with five artists in their exhibit. The bank’s art showcase changes every two months. The featured artists for the May through June are: Michelle Eaken, Arturo Garcia, Donna Merry, Paul Schorr and Peter J. Ruegg. The exhibit continues through June 29. Umpqua Bank is at 3700 Lone Tree Way and is open weekdays, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding bank holidays. For more information or if you are an artist who would like to participate in future exhibits, visit www.art4antioch.org or call Diane Gibson-Gray at 925-325-9897.
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West Wave Dance Festival: Showcase for wide range of new and emerging works featuring more than 30 artists and companies and 20 premieres, Sept. 23-27; Z Space performance center, San Francisco; $15-$20 per performance; 415-626-0453, www.zspace.org, http://safehousearts.info/westwave24. Appearing in chronological order. “Royal Hawaiian Featherwork”: Brightly colored capes, cloaks and god images handmade from thousands of feathers, from the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum in Honolulu, Aug. 29-Feb. 28; de Young Museum, San Francisco; $11-$19; 415-750-3600, www.famsf.org.
Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, “Inside Rodin’s Hands: Art, Technology, and Surgery,” through Aug, 3, “Carleton Watkins: The Stanford Albums,” nearly 70 photographs of Yosemite and the Pacific Coast by a foremost American landscape photographer of the 19th century, through Aug, 17, “Robert Frank in America,” photographs by Frank that personalized wooden kids name puzzle for girl pink & purple ballet slipper ballerina shoes nice gift for birthday christmas east shed new light on his legendary work, “The Americans,” through Jan, 5, 11 a.m.-5 p.m, Wednesdays-Sundays; Thursdays till 8 p.m, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford campus, off Palm Drive at Museum Way, 650-723-4177 or museum.stanford.edu..
The program, titled “Lost Romantic Symphonies,” featured Joachim Raff’s Symphony No. 3 in F major, “In the Forest.” Also included were Siegfried Matthus’ Violin Concerto: “Dream of a Summer Night,” a selection from “Fiddler on the Roof,” John Williams’ Theme from “Schindler’s List” and George Gershwin’s “Cuban Overture.”. Raff is hardly a household name these days, but he was a respected 19th- century musician. The Swiss-German composer, who worked as Franz Liszt’s assistant at Weimar, wrote nine symphonies, and when the Third was premiered in 1870, a critic compared it to the symphonies of Beethoven and Schumann. Raff’s place in musical history seemed secure.