FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE11-21-05JULIE RUTH STUDIO & GALLERY OPENING DECEMBER 1, 2005CONTACT:Julie Ruth802email@example.com(link sends e-mail)Waterbury, VT On Thursday, December 1, 2005, a new gallery will open its doors in Waterbury. Julie Ruth Studio & Gallery is located at 23 South Main Street, above the popular pub and brewery The Alchemist. Julie Ruth, a painter, and her husband Shannon Matthew Long, a sculptor, are the proprietors.Ruth, a painter with a ten-year exhibition record across the U.S. and Canada, first arrived in Vermont four years ago on a painting fellowship at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, a large artist residency. After closing down her design and illustration business in Ohio and relocating, she met Long (now the sculpture manager at the Center). Ruth paints mainly in oils in a representational style, working from memory and the surrounding landscape. Long’s sculpture incorporates materials such as river stones and adobe into meditative works with eastern influences.The gallery will feature both Ruth and Longs work, along with a selection of mostly local artists. On display December 1st will be both two- and three-dimensional work, including collage, sterling silver jewelry, greeting cards, small sculptures, and paintings. “I expect to add more artists as the gallery gets established, and to curate shows throughout the year in order to showcase artists whose work I admire that do not live in the area”, Ruth says. The gallery also has a small working space that the artists will use while it is open.The opening of Julie Ruth Studio & Gallery will coincide with the Alchemists celebration of their second anniversary on December 1. Hours that day will be from 2-8. Through December, regular business hours will be Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings: Friday from 5:30-9, Saturday and Sunday from 4-9. Some weekend morning hours will be available, and other hours are by appointment. For more information, visit www.julieruthstudio.com(link is external), or call 802-730-2527.Hi-res photos available upon request.
Stuff co.nz 26 September 2017Banning prostitutes from working in residential areas will be ineffective, difficult to enforce and no longer has police support, Christchurch City Council staff say.The declaration has enraged St Albans residents who pleaded with the council in May to regulate to stop prostitutes working outside their homes.In a letter sent to residents and the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective on Monday, council chief executive Karleen Edwards and Canterbury Metro Commander Superintendent Lane Todd said developing an effective bylaw presented “significant difficulties” under current legislation.The council decided in May to consider a new clause to its public places bylaw, but only after it received a staff report on the issue in September.Edwards and Todd said in the letter, the staff report would recommend the council not pursue developing a bylaw to regulate the location of street-based sex workers.READ MORE: https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/97210071/police-drop-support-for-bylaw-banning-sex-workers-from-suburban-christchurchResidents clash with council over sex workersNewsTalk ZB 26 September 2017A lack of indoor spaces for sex workers is one of many factors causing conflict between workers and other residents in Christchurch.Homeowners north of Bealey Ave campaigned for a bylaw to stop prostitutes loitering and making noise outside their homes.This week council staff wrote to residents to say they’re not recommending the bylaw to council.Councillor Deon Swiggs said council staff need to explain their report in person rather than simply sending a letter.READ MORE: http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/national/christchurch-residents-clash-with-council-over-sex-workers/Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.
RelatedPosts UEFA changes venue of Player of the Season award ceremony, Champions League draw UEFA returning N259bn to broadcasters due to COVID-19 European Super Cup: UEFA in talks with Hungary following border closure The Turkey Technical Centre in Istanbul will witness some interesting football when five-time world champions, Golden Eaglets of Nigeria, file out against their counterparts from Turkey, host nation of the UEFA/CAF U17 International Tournament, on Sunday.Eaglets and their officials arrived in Istanbul on Friday and had their first training session at the Turkey Technical Centre on Saturday morning before the officials proceeded to attend a technical meeting of all the eight participating teams at the tournament.Speaking after the technical meeting, Manu Garba, Head Coach of the team, insisted that the tournament is a perfect opportunity to test the readiness of the players for the task ahead at the FIFA U17 World Cup starting next month in Brazil.“I am very optimistic that the tournament will come good for the players to stand the test of time in Brazil. Playing Turkey will definitely be a strong test for the team.” Manu stated.Angola will battle Scotland in another game on Sunday.The eight participating teams at the UEFA/CAF U17 International Tournament are host Turkey, Nigeria, Scotland, Angola, Cameroon, Senegal, Paraguay and Guatemala.This year’s FIFA U17 World Cup finals will hold October 26 to November 17 in Brazil.21 EAGLETS IN TURKEY FOR UEFA/CAF TOURNEYGoalkeepers: Joseph Oluwabusola; Sunday Stephen; Suleiman ShaibuDefenders: Shedrack Tanko; Ikenna Ferdinand; Usman Mohammed; Charles Etim; David OdukoMidfielders: Samson Tijani; Mubaraq Adeshina; Shuaibu Abdulrazaq; Akinkunmi Amoo; Olatomi Olaniyan; Peter Agba; Ibraheem Jabaar; Fawaz Abdullahi; Suleiman LawalForwards: Olakunle Olusegun; Mayowa Abayomi; Wisdom Ubani; Divine Nwachukwu. Tags: UEFA