A plan to create a travel center east of Fort Dodge near U.S. Highway 20 hit an obstacle Tuesday evening when a county government panel voted against … Read more
Originally granted monies by the City of Hendersonville and Community Foundation to provide attendees with a “Safe Theatre,” in addition to six-foot seat distancing, The Center for Art & Entertainment at 125 S. Main has elected to reinstate all safety protocols including social distanced seating and masking when not in place.
“The resurgence of the Delta variant and increase in area COVID numbers required out re-commitment to the safety of our patrons, staff and talent,” said Jeanie Linders, managing director. “We have returned our seating capacity to 50 percent, adding tables to maintain the ‘theatrical experience’ in a club-like setting
Now through October 5, 2021, the Center for the Arts features “Palettes: Warm, Cool, Complementary Colors” exhibits in clay, fiber, glass, graphic art, jewelry, mixed media, paintings, photography, and sculpture.
Color experts say that some images catch our eye faster than others, and the reason is the use of complementary colors. The natural contrast of complementary colors attracts our eyes, and we are intrigued by them. Besides the three primary colors of red, blue, and yellow, there are colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. For example, the complementary color to