Join professional outdoor photographer and writer Colleen Miniuk-Sperry for an exciting presentation on how to create the illusion of shape using the light’s direction, predict the changing color and quality of light throughout the day, and record difficult to reproduce photographs during varying types of weather patterns.
The Sedona Camera Club will meet March 30, 6 p.m. at the Sedona United Methodist Church, 110 Indian Cliffs Road.
Guest speaker Colleen Miniuk-Sperry will present both the workshop at 6 and the main presentation at 7:30 (after a short membership meeting at 7).
Green Light, Sedona's ever-popular original-rock band, returns to Vino Di Sedona Saturday March 28, 8-11 p.m.
Led by New York City alumni Chicky Brooklyn and Tommy Acosta, along with local-musical luminaries Uncle Marc Wolin, Robin Miller, Eddy Barattini and Mike Leibowitz in the ensemble, this band has become one of Northern Arizona's most popular original rock 'n' roll vocal harmony groups.
The 5th annual Old Town Blues Fest will be held on Saturday, March 28, 2-10 p.m., at the Old Town Center for the Arts in Cottonwood. This year's event once again features some of the best blues performers from all over Arizona.
Thursday and Sunday nights, popular Jazz vocalist, Susannah Martin, lights up the stage at Sound Bites with two enticing, but very different, bands. On Thursday, March 26th, 6-9pm, Susannah and Vincent Z will charm audiences as the whimsical and spicy international duo, "Flor de Bee."
On Sunday March 29th also 6-9pm, Martin sings the songs of Ella, Astrud, Billie, Diana and more jazz classics with acclaimed pianist/vocalist, Steve Sandner and jazz bassist & drummer, Elliott "Kirk" Kuykendall and Ron James. There is a $5 cover for Sunday Jazz at Sound Bites.
Julianne Moore won the Academy Award, Golden Globe Award and about 30 other major world-wide awards, plus 10 additional nominations as best actress for her performance in Still Alice. No argument there!
Work by early Made In Clarkdale artists David Boles, Marsha Foutz and the late Eleanor Mead and Made In Clarkdale newcomers Sam Hightower and Becky Russell will be on display at Made In Clarkdale's Corner Gallery through May 1.
Agave Is Life - The opening film of the Verde Valley International Archaeology Film Festival tells the story of the agave plant as told through the lens of archaeological and historical investigations. Friday, March 27, 7 p.m., Phillip England Center, Camp Verde.