Daily Archive: September 17, 2021

47th Annual Bi-State Art Competition and Exhibition Juried art event currently housed at downtown Meridian museum | Lifestyles

 

The oldest juried art competition in the region, Meridian Museum of Art’s Bi-State, has returned for its 47th year.

The Bi-State is the downtown Meridian museum’s prestigious annual exhibit recognizing and celebrating outstanding artistic achievements by artists. Open to current and past residents of Mississippi and Alabama, the competition offers more than $3,000 in awards and prizes, including the $1,000 Alliance Health Center Best of Show Award.

Recognized as the cornerstone exhibit for Meridian Museum of Art, this year’s Bi-State features drew 261 entries, with 84 works selected by 59 artists. All images and the exhibition can be viewed on

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Disneyland Resort opens a new Native American-inspired spa, but there’s a history to the name

A Tenaya Stone, gifted by a Miwok elder descended of Chief Tenaya of the Yosemite Valley, is a focal point and place for guests to set their intentions at Disneyland Resort's Tenaya Stone Spa.

A Tenaya Stone, gifted by a Miwok elder descended of Chief Tenaya of the Yosemite Valley, is a focal point and place for guests to set their intentions at Disneyland Resort’s Tenaya Stone Spa.

Just days after Lake Tahoe’s Squaw Valley ski resort rebranded itself as Palisades Tahoe in recognition of the “derogatory and offensive” connotations of its former name, a new destination with Native American influences debuted Thursday at Disneyland Resort.

Tenaya Stone Spa at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa is “inspired by the spirit of nature, Indigenous cultures of California and design principles of the Arts

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L.A. Opera’s opener, Ojai Music Festival and 9 other best bets for your weekend

Magician David Kwong’s latest brain-teasing show, a family friendly celebration of National Dance Day and Los Angeles Opera’s season opener lead our short list of culture offerings this weekend. Before you go, remember to call or check online for reservation requirements and other COVID-19 protocols.

“Il Trovatore”

L.A. Opera opens its season with an all-hands-on-deck production of Verdi’s dark 19th century tale of love and vengeance. Sung in Italian with English subtitles. Guanqun Yu stars. James Conlon conducts. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the Music Center, 135 N. Grand Ave., downtown L.A. 6 p.m. Saturday; other dates through Oct. 10. $19-$292; livestreamed

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