“Lamar Buffalo Ranch and Rose Creek in Yellowstone” by Susan White is a new work that will be added to the Black and White Camera show at Studio Bob.

“Lamar Buffalo Ranch and Rose Creek in Yellowstone” by Susan White is a new work that will be added to the Black and White Camera show at Studio Bob.

Studio Bob hosts art poses, photography, Xhoir

PORT ANGELES — Three events are coming up this month at Studio Bob in downtown Port Angeles.

All require proof of vaccination.

Drink and Draw at Studio Bob with Three Dogs and Three Babes is planned Thursday.

Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. at Studio Bob at 118½ E. Front St. The first pose will be at 7 p.m.

Cindy Elstrom, ceramic artist, will pose with her 10-year-old Schnoodle, Stella.

Dawn Batton, a Studio Bob bartender, will pose with her 9-year-old Pit mix, Nina.

Sarah Tucker, event coordinator for Studio Bob, will borrow Charlie from Justin Self, who is an artist himself and is a mechanic at Sound Bikes and Kayaks.

Poses are 20 minutes with 10 minutes in between for refreshment breaks.

The event is free and open to all ages and artistic levels. Supplies are available or people can bring their own.

Refreshments including beer and wine are available for purchase. For more information and questions call 415-990-0457.

Photography show

Also at Studio Bob, the Black and White Camera show is held over by popular demand and now will feature live music with Tin Sandwich, Marilyn and Marty Kaler with their dog, Bones, playing covers and originals with a self styled “fingerpickin’, harplickin’, rootsy, bluesy, harmonicana” from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday.

Doors are open to the vaccinated public for this free art event.

Although showing the same group of photographers, new work will be added by Susan White, Thompson Holmes, Ernst Ulrich-Schafer, Richard Kohler and Phillippe Tauran.

White was a top seller at the October show and is in charge of a Women’s Photography Group Show planned at Studio Bob in March 2022. That show will feature works in color and black and white by Suzanne Anaya, Marian Bodart, Peggy Hanson, Lori Moilanen, Mary Swartz and of course, herself.

Xhoir

The Queer Xhoir, a Choir for Everyone, will be having its free, all ages, open-to-the-public practice from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 18.

Directed locally by Noah Smith, Xhoir is inspired by Berlin-based American artist, performer and choreographer Colin Self.

Xhoir is a vocal workshop focused on alternative modalities of group singing. It is open to all interested in exploring their voices as a tool for learning or re-posturing a new relationship to singing and listening.

For more information or questions contact Smith at [email protected]

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