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48 Hours

April 13, 2002

Joyce Rudolph, Weekend

BURBANK -- Kunimi Terada is an artist who paints what she sees and

feels with color and shape.

"The act of looking has always filled me with profound pleasure," she

said. "I am constantly surprised by what I see -- a landscape, human

body, shapes in the Earth under my feet, piles of autumn leaves, the wind

pushing clouds away from my window frame.

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"When I create, the subtleties of color become vividly transformed

when they begin to interact -- what a joyful experience!"

Terada's work is on display at the Aries Gallery. Her work is

displayed along with gallery owner Fred Wolf and Peggy Nichols.

Wolf's art emphasizes compositional challenges in figurative

situations.

Nichols, who paints still life paintings in pastels, gains inspiration

from Cezanne, Mary Cassatt and Degas.

Continuing through May 8, the exhibit is by appointment only. The

gallery is at 4222 W. Burbank Blvd. For more information or reservations,

call 846-0611.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Falcon Theatre produces

Grimm Brothers classic

"Snow White," a new version of the Grimm Brothers old classic, opens

Sunday at The Falcon Theatre.

It was adapted by Thorin Alexander with direction by Hope Alexander.

It blends all the story's favorite characters with a new twist.

Hope has worked from Costa Mesa at the South Coast Repertory Theatre

all the way to Paris, France. She has received multiple DramaLogue and

Critic's Circle awards.

Playwright Thorin's credits include dramaturg on "The Last of Mrs.

Lincoln" for director Art Manke at the El Portal Theatre Center and

dramaturgical assistant on "Pericles" for A Noise Within in Glendale.

Tickets are $10 and reservations can be made by calling 955-8101. Show

times are 1 and 3 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday through June 16. The

Falcon Theatre is at 4252 Riverside Drive.

Genealogical Jamboree

scheduled this weekend

The Southern California Genealogical Society and Family Research

Library, based in Burbank, will sponsor the 33rd annual Genealogical

Jamboree and Family History Faire today and Sunday at the Pasadena

Convention Center, 300 E. Green St., Pasadena.

There will be classes, lectures and booths offering products and

research pointers for researching family history lines.

Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Tickets are $10 for one day and $15 for both. Parking is $7. For more

information, call 843-7247 or log on to the Web site at

www.scgsgenealogy.com.

Pianist makes debut

with Pasadena Symphony

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