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V ednesdoy, July 21, 1971

DAILY STREET ART FAIR SUPPLEMENT

Page Eleven-5

Vednesday, July21, 1971 DAILY STREET ART FAIR SUPPLEMENT Page Eleven-S

Going back to Shakespeare is
'as easy as a trip to Stratford

(Continued from Pge5)
sieal guitar lessons July 11-17.
Singing will be taught by Ger-
ard Sousay July 25-31 and
J n-Pierre Rampal will give
flute lessons.
Early September brings the
Seventh International Film Fes-
tival to the Avon Theatre. The
first festival in 1956 was the
first International festival in
North America. Then ten-day
peiod for 1971 includes a full
program of films, many of
which have been well-received
at other festivals abroad;
premieres of new American,
British and Canadian films; an
afternoon of W.C. Fields and
Harry Langdon movies; chil-
dren's films on Saturday morn-
ings; and a film maker, critic
or artist "in residence" who will
hold seminars on all aspects of
film appreciation.
Outside the festival, a local
Art Gallery is host through
Sept. 5 to the most compre-
he*eive Vasarely exhibit ever
assembled in Canada. Victor
Vasarely is a leading interna-
tional artist and is considered
the father of "op" art move-
ment.
"The sand, the shells on the
eaches . . . the breaking of
hAsurf, the mists over the sea,

the sun, the sky . . . In the
pebbles, in the pieces of glass
from broken bottles, polished by
the ryhthmic rise and fall of
the waves, I am sure I recog-
nize the inner geometry of na-
ture," Vasarely explains. Using
the limited visual vocabulary of
the circle and the square, he has
created works of diverse and
startliing beauty.
Over 100 works are contained
in the collection entitled "Va-
sarely in Retrospect." It en-
compasses paintingsncollages,
tapestries, graphics and multi-
ples. Forms in his work turn
upside down and inside out. A
viewer said of one painting en-
titled "Gestalt Ville," "It looks
like the John Hancock Building
flying over us." The Gallery also
displays the costumes worn in
part year's productions, which
are works of art in themselves.
Art is not only housed indoors
but also flows freely in the Art
in the Park exhibit every Sat-
urday and Sunday during July
and August.
There is no charge to the
artists for participating in Art
in the Park, and space is allot-
ted each day on a first-come-
first-served basis.
Group art classes are offered
Tuesday and Thursday from 10
a.m. to noon. During this time,

which is set aside as a summer
recreation activity, Geoff De-
Groen from Fanshawe College,
London, takes the group out to
sketch the city.
And the city is worth sketch-
ing. When Sir Tyrone Guthrie
came to Stratford to help or-
ganize the city, he stressed that
it was not to be a "chintzy tour-
ist town." And it is not. Fresh
air flows through the town,
creating a delightfultplace to
live, to be, and to enjoy.

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