Tuesday, September 15, 2020

HSU Lecturer's Photo on NYT Magazine Cover

Posted By on Tue, Sep 15, 2020 at 12:46 PM

If you were clutching the pages of the New York Times Magazine's education issue this week or racking up screen time reading it online to learn about what's going on in schools and homes amid the pandemic across the U.S., you might have seen some local photography. The deceptively soothing cover image of a child at a backyard desk, as well as a few inside photos, is by Humboldt State University art department's lecturer Dave Woody. The department's Instagram shared the image yesterday.


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Monday, September 14, 2020

Live Entertainment Still Canceled

Posted By on Mon, Sep 14, 2020 at 10:03 AM

Despite what you might be seeing around the county and online, live shows are still not allowed under our current phase of shelter in place. On Aug. 4, the Humboldt Reopening Certification Team sent an email around to restaurants reminding them of the regulations for outdoor tent dining (one side closed only), face coverings (still required outdoors) and the continuing ban on live performances. "Concert, performance, or entertainment venues must remain closed until they are allowed to resume modified or full operation through a specific reopening order or guidance," the email reads. "Establishments that serve full meals must discontinue this type of entertainment until these types of activities are allowed to resume modified or full operation." (Read the full announcement below.)

Siren Song Tavern's compliant outdoor dining setup. - SUBMITTED
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  • Siren Song Tavern's compliant outdoor dining setup.

The Joint Information Center has confirmed these rules remain unchanged, despite the shift to the state's new color-coded guidelines and the reopening of indoor dining in Humboldt. A spokesperson told the Journal via email, "In short, live performances are expressly prohibited by state guidelines, whether they take place indoors or outdoors, even in spaces that have been certified for other types of activities."


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Friday, September 4, 2020

Record Your Music at the Morris Graves Museum

Posted By on Fri, Sep 4, 2020 at 4:08 PM

If a small studio seems dodgy for recording with your band right now, the Morris Graves Museum of Art has another option for you: the free use of its beautiful rotunda, where you and your bandmates can spread out and enjoy the acoustics. And you can use your recording to do a little virtual busking with the Journal.
Mr. Moonbeam at the MGMA. - COURTESY OF THE MORRIS GRAVES MUSEUM OF ART
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  • Mr. Moonbeam at the MGMA.

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