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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, June 4

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The oil painting "River Landscape" by Nancy Lee Davis is one of many pieces featured in Something for Everyone.
Photo courtesy of The Artists' Gallery
The oil painting "River Landscape" by Nancy Lee Davis is one of many pieces featured in Something for Everyone.

Jun. 4-9: Ballet Across America III
Starting today you can enjoy a variety of contemporary ballet performances by companies from all over the country at the Kennedy Center’s Ballet Across America III. Tonight and tomorrow you can see the Richmond Ballet’s Kennedy Center debut, watch the Oregon Ballet Theatre perform Almost Mozart, and check out the Boston Ballet’s rendition of George Balanchine’s Symphony in Three Movements. Presented as three mixed repertory programs, Ballet Across America runs through Sunday, and includes appearances by The Washington Ballet, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Ballet Austin, and many more.

Jun. 4-Jul. 26: Something for Everyone
You can visit the Artists’ Gallery in Columbia through July 26 to see Something for Everyone, a group exhibit featuring an array of visual artwork by local artists. The all-members show is held in association with the Columbia Festival of the Arts, which kicks off June 14.

Music: “Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked (Instrumental Version)” by Cage the Elephant


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