For more information on “The Pink Chair Project,” visit www.pinkchairpaintings.com.
Schulte is also exhibiting a series of her large floral paintings at The Provident Bank’s Haverhill Road branch in Amesbury.
Local high-schooler wins art award
A Pentucket Regional High School student is one of the winners in the 2014 High School Art Competition at Endicott College.
Abigail Lacey received the Dean’s Choice award in the third annual contest presented by the School of Visual and Performing Arts.
Competition entries are on display through Wednesday at the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts, 376 Hale St., Beverly.
Other local schools participating in the competition included Amesbury High School and Newburyport High School.
Open mikes in downtown Port
A weekly open mike called Merrimac Mic is held every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Plum Island Coffee Roasters.
Poets, writers and storytellers of all ages are encouraged to sign up for five minutes at the microphone. No experience is necessary.
Tonight’s event will feature Amesbury author Bryan P.T. Riley, who is currently working on his 14th volume of poetry, second novel and a music project. Upcoming speakers include Lisa Golda-Shields on April 24, Jeff Savlon on May 1 and David Surette on May 8.
The coffee shop is located at 54R Merrimac St., Newburyport. The shop itself is closed during the open mikes, so attendees are encouraged to bring their own refreshments.
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Additionally, musician and actor Steve Blackwood is hosting Talent Tuesdays, a weekly open mike at Oregano Pizzeria and Ristorante in Newburyport.
Blackwood, a Newburyport resident who played Bart on “Days of our Lives,” will sing jazz standards, blues, Sinatra, selections from the Great American Songbook and Brazilian tunes. Local singers and musicians will then be invited to show off their talents, as well.