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THE BLUE RIDGE SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG ARTISTS

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HAVE YOU APPLIED YET? BLUR 2014 is officially accepting applications for this summer and we have 15 days left till the application deadline! Visit sbc.edu/blur for more details and to apply TODAY.

Endstation Theatre Company is re-imagining Thornton Wilder’s OUR TOWN out-of-doors at historic Lynchburg’s Old City Cemetery. Far from spooky, this great American classic will be a local spectacle that all Blurries will attend this summer. Want in? Apply now.

ONCE A BLURRY. ALWAYS A BLURRY.

If you were a BLUR student in the past, you know what we’re talking about. Share this photo with friends and classmates and tell them to APPLY TODAY. OR, apply again for this summer! 

Let’s get the gang back together again!

VISIT sbc.edu/blur for more details and to apply!

HAVE YOU APPLIED YET? BLUR 2014 is now officially accepting applications for this summer, so allow us to introduce ourselves. Visit sbc.edu/blur for more details and to apply.

BLUR 2014 IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS! VISIT SBC.EDU/BLUR TODAY AND APPLY FOR THEATRE, CREATIVE WRITING, AND THE VISUAL ARTS.

Space + memory= place (at Ceramics Studio)

Blurries getting a taste of musical theatre during the musical theatre workshop with Loretta Whittman.

at Art Barn

15 mins until the art opening! (at [actual] Art Barn)

*and woman. (sign in the BLUR visual arts studio) (at Art Barn)

Visual arts schedule for today, July 3rd, two days until the final exhibition.

Today where everything is being brought into sight the realism of art has bewildered us, confused us and forced us to re-invent in order to retain that which the older generations had without that effort.

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Invention of new forms to embody this reality of art, the one thing which art is, must occupy all serious minds concerned.

—    William Carlos Williams, from Spring and All (1923)

The students’ art stations down in the Art Barn

An insight into life at the Art Barn, where Kate is glad to give a helping hand!

Theatre students working on scenes and improvisation skills, with helpful insight from Endstation’s Walter.