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Art events for July


   TOURING AG ART SHOW IN MADRAS
   The statewide touring "Art About Agriculture" show will be in Madras during the month of July at Art Adventure Gallery. The show's opening reception will be 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, July 10, at the gallery, 185 SE 5th St., Madras, with refreshments and music. For more information call the gallery at 475-7701.
   NATIVE ART AT MARYHILL
   Curated by Warm Springs tribal member Pat Courtney Gold, Maryhill Museum of Art will present "Reflecting on Lewis & Clark: Contemporary American Indian Viewpoints," from July 12 through Nov. 15, as part of the national bicentennial commemoration. Featured will be contemporary artwork by nationally recognized American Indian artists interpreting reflections on the Lewis and Clark journey. Maryhill is in Washington, across the river from Biggs Junction.
   HUCKLEBERRY HARVEST COMING
   Tickets are now on sale for The Museum at Warm Spring's Eighth Annual Huckleberry Harvest fund-raiser. On Aug 1 and 2, the event is a weekend of native culture, art, gourmet dining, music, dancing and fun. Tickets are $175 per person of $1,300 for corporate table of eight. Call 553-3331 for reservations.
   DONEY EXHIBITS IN MONTANA
   Madras artist Ivan Doney has metal sculpture pieces of horses, an eagle, and Sacajawea in the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial exhibit at the Montana Museum of Art and Culture at the University of Montana in Missoula. He and the other featured artists will be in Montana to meet people at an international conference July 14-21. Doney also will show his art in Post Falls in July, then at a private show in Santa Fe, N.M. in August.
   CASCADE FESTIVAL COMING
   Individual and season tickets are now on sale for the Cascade Festival of Music, held in Drake Park in Bend, Aug. 23 to 28. Performers include Bohola Irish music, Tchaikovsky featuring violinist Caitlin Tully, pianist Horacio Gutierrez, Gypsy and Yiddish music, pianist Misha Dichter, Festival Pops, Albita Cuban music, and duo-violinists Mark O'Connor and Ron Blessinger. Call 383-2202.