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Local Author Brochure available at the Coronado Library
Posted by: Coronado Arts 6 years, 2 months ago

The CAC Literary Arts program mission is to energize the literary climate of our city.  To identify and showcase local authors, playwrights, screenwriters and anyone involved in literary arts. To enrich the literary environment for those writing and for our community.  To encourage local literary groups  (ie. Coronado Scribes, Coronado Storytellers) and facilitate literary events that will artistically enrich and inspire our writers and the public at large.  To support the presence of local literature as part of commerce in our city. The CAC in partnership with the Coronado Public Library has produced an updated brochure featuring a selection of library holdings that are set in or feature Coronado, connect our city to the military, or were written by an author who lives or has lived in Coronado.  The brochure features nearly 50 authors representing many genres.  Click here to download a pdf of the brochure or hardcopies are available at the Coroando Public Library.

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Art and Frames Celebrate 40th Anniversary
Posted by: Coronado Arts 6 years, 2 months ago

Congratulations Jill Harman, Arts and Frames has been in business for 40 years!  Starting her business in El Cordova Hotel to its current location, Arts and Frames has flurished for the past 40 years.  Voted as best frame designer several times in the country, Coronado is lucky to have this gem here in our town. Looking forward to another 40 years of Arts and Frames succes.

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Matt Heinecke to perform at this Sunday's Concert in the Park
Posted by: Coronado Arts 6 years, 2 months ago

Coronado's own Matt Heinecke brings a unique style of guitar playing, with influences ranging from folk, classic rock, jazz, country and bluegrass. His 20+ years of professional experience have taken the singer-songwriter from Coronado coffee shops to the legendary studios of Los Angeles and Nashville to the Coronado School of the Arts, where he serve as Instrumental Music Director.

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