‘Splatterbeat’ coming to Pioneer Museum

first_img Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits ‘Splatterbeat’ coming to Pioneer Museum “When you are in the dark, your other senses will be heightened,” Greve said. “So being in the dark will force the audience to ‘hear’ in Technicolor.”After the drum line performance, the audience will be invited to join the beat and “Splatterbeat!”“Drum stations will be set up around the amphitheater for those who want to bang away at making art and music,” Greve said. “Their drumming will have the same effect, with colors exploding all around and all over them.”Although the paint is water based, Greve said it would be a good idea to wear old clothing, including shoes. “The paint should wash out but it might not.” Latest Stories You Might Like Get on the list! People in Pike County who want to vote in the primary election on March 13 have until Friday at 5… read more Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… Print Article Next UpSimply put, drummers from the Troy University percussion ensemble will splatter UV attractive paint as they drum giant metal trash cans.“As the drummers strike the paint-filled lids of the trash cans to the beat of the music, there will be explosions of paint that cover them and anything close around,” Greve said. “While the drummers are drumming, a laser show that’s going on behind them will mimic the beat of the music. It will be a dazzling show of color.”The amphitheater will be completely dark except for the lights from the laser show and the flashing colors of the day-glow paint.center_img Sponsored Content By The Penny Hoarder By offering “Splatterbeat,” the Pioneer Museum is stepping out of its comfort zone.“This is very contemporary on our part,” Greve said. “‘Splatterbeat!’ is very metropolitan and cool and cutting edge. But there was a huge deficit in our arts programs for the high school and college demographic. We wanted to provide an arts event for that age group.“LSU just had a Splatterbeat event, as have many universities all around the country. Little clubs are cropping up everywhere and we are excited to offer an experience to create musical, visual art here in Troy and Pike County.”Tickets for “Splatterbeat!” are $10 each and are available from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Pioneer Museum of Alabama. The last day to purchase tickets is March 5.Glow in the dark concessions ions, including bracelets and necklaces will be on sale performance night.“Splatterbeat” is the only fundraiser for the Pioneer Museum of Alabama but not the only fun-raiser. Published 4:29 pm Wednesday, February 29, 2012 Email the author By Jaine Treadwell The Splatterbeat movement is sweeping the nation and Troy, Alabama is right in its path.“Splatterbeat!” is coming to the Pioneer Museum of Alabama amphitheater at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 8 and everyone is invited to come and get colorful.“Splatterbeat! is super sensory, messy fun,” said Rachael Greve, director of the Pioneer Museum of Alabama. “It’s a glow-in-the-dark paint drumming and rainbow laser light experience.” Book Nook to reopen Around the WebDoctor: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Health VideosIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthBet You’re Pretty Curious About Jaden’s Net Worth Right About Now, HuhBradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

Uganda’s Musagala into Olympics 1,500m final, Nakaayi out

first_imgBurundi 1:59.59 Halima Nakaayi 2:01.29 Uganda 3:39.46 Djibouti 3:40.37 Kenya Matthew Centrowitz Jr. 2. Ayanleh Souleiman (DJI) 3:39.46 Q3. Matthew Centrowitz (USA) 3:39.61 Q4. Ryan Gregson (AUS) 3:40.02 Q5. Ronald Musagala (UGA) 3:40.37 Q6. Mekonnen Gegremedhin (ETH) 3:40.697. Homiyu Tesfaye (GER) 3:40.768. Charles Philibert-Thiboutot (CAN) 3:40.799. Fouad Elkaam (MAR) 3:40.9310. Chris O’Hare (GBR) 3:44.2711. David Bustos (ESP) 3:56.5412. Robby Andrews (USA) DSQ13. Elijah Motonei Manangoi (KEN) DNS Ronald Musagala Uganda 1:59.21 8 3:39.61 1:59.75 AthleteTime 6 Ryan Gregson 4 Mekonnen Gebremedhin 7 Homiyu Tesfaye 3:39.42 3:40.76 Margaret Wambui 2:00.63 Ronald Kwemoi 3:40.79 Belgium Nataliya Pryshchepa Ethiopia Kenya Francine Niyonsaba Kenya’s Ronald Kwemoi (L) and Uganda’s Ronald Musagala compete in the Men’s 1500m Semifinal. Musagala finished 5th to storm the final. AFP PHOTORest of Uganda’s scheduleSaturday August 20 Men’s 1500m final 3.00am (Sunday)Men’s 5000m final 3.30am (Sunday)Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiSunday August 21 Men’s Marathon final 3.30pmSolomon Mutai, Jackson Kiprop and Stephen KiprotichRonald Musagala’s 1,500m Olympic dream remained alive when he qualified Thursday night for the final. He advanced automatically with a time of 3:40.37, far from his personal best of 3:35.02, after finishing fifth in his semifinal.Colleague Halimah Nakaayi in the 800m fell out after finishing 6th in her 800m race.In the 1500m, Kenyan Asbel Kiprop set up a battle royale with Algeria’s defending champion Taoufik Makhloufi in Saturday’s  final after both advanced smoothly from the semi-finals.Makhloufi, who won silver in the 800m behind David Rudisha Monday, came in second behind Kiprop in their semi-final.Kiprop, the 2008 Olympic gold medallist and three-time defending world champion, easily won the heat in 3:39.73 after a stunning wide run-in from 250 metres.Heat 11. Asbel Kiprop (KEN) 3:39.73. Q2. Taoufik Makhloufi (ALG) 3:39.88 Q3. Nicholas Willis (NZL) 3:39.96 Q4. Ben Blankenship (USA) 3:39.99 Q5. Charlie Grice (GBR) 3:40.05 Q6. Abdalaati Iguider (MAR) 3:40.11 q7. Nathan Brannen (CAN) 3:40.20 q8. Benson Kiplagat Seurei (BRN) 3:40.539. Jakub Holusa (CZE) 3:40.8310. Dawit Wolde (ETH) 3:41.4211. Henrik Ingebrigtsen (NOR) 3:42.5112. Pieter-Jan Hannes (BEL) 3:43.7113. Brahim Kaazouzi (MAR) 3:48.66Heat21. Ronald Kwemoi (KEN) 3:39.42. Q Ayanleh Souleiman 3 Ajee’ Wilson 8 Charles Philibert-Thiboutot Germany United States 2:00.80 7 3:40.02 Italy 5 Poland Yusneysi Santiusti AthleteTime 6 Canada 1:59.95 3:40.69 Australia Ukraine Angelika Cichocka Renée Eykens 2:00.45 United States The other athlete in a final is Joshua Cheptegei, who a day earlier gave himself a second chance for a medal bid by finishing fourth in his heat and automatically qualifying for the 5000m final.The 19-year-old Cheptegei had at the weekend finished 6th in the 10,000m final won by Britain’s Mo Farah.Cheptegei  today run 13:25.70. His best time ever is 13:00.60.Kipyeko 13:24.66 had a time better than his colleagues, but in finishing 11th joined Jacob Kiplimo, 15, who also finished 11th in heat 1, out of contention. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Gough’s last hole birdie wins McGregor Trophy

first_img Tags: Conor Gough, Kedleston Park, McGregor Trophy Boy international Conor Gough claimed his second England crown when he holed out from 25ft on the last to win the McGregor Trophy at Kedleston Park, Derbyshire.The 15-year-old signed off with a 68 and a 72-hole total of seven-under par, snatching a one shot victory in the English U16 boys’ open championship from Yorkshire boy champion Ben Schmidt.The McGregor Trophy is one of golf’s most sought-after U16 titles and Gough follows in the footsteps of such previous winners as Justin Rose and Eduardo Molinari.Gough, who has previously won the U14 Reid Trophy, is now eyeing the U18 Carris Trophy and commented: “I’m really pleased with this and it gives me a chance to win the triple, so it means a lot.”Gough (Stoke Park) was three shots off the lead, held by Schmidt, at the start of the final round. But, after 12 holes he’d slipped back further and trailed by five. “I knew I had to do something special,” he said – and that’s what he did.He played the remaining six holes in four under par, with birdies on 13; 15, where he chipped in; 17, where he had a tap in; and 18 where he rolled in that winning 25-footer.“I hit good shots and the right shots at the right time and I played really well under the pressure,” said Gough.This is his second win of the year, after claiming the boys’ title at the Fairhaven Trophies. His next target is the European Young Masters, which takes place later this month.Third place in the McGregor Trophy was shared by Ireland’s Joshua McCabe and Lucas Fallotico of Italy who were three-under parThe 15-year-old signed off with a 68 and a 72-hole total of seven-under par, snatching a one shot victory in the English U16 boys’ open championship from Yorkshire boy champion Ben Schmidt.The McGregor Trophy is one of golf’s most sought-after U16 titles and Gough follows in the footsteps of such previous winners as Justin Rose and Eduardo Molinari.Gough, who has previously won the U14 Reid Trophy, is now eyeing the U18 Carris Trophy and commented: “I’m really pleased with this and it gives me a chance to win the triple, so it means a lot.”Gough (Stoke Park) was three shots off the lead, held by Schmidt, at the start of the final round. But, after 12 holes he’d slipped back further and trailed by five. “I knew I had to do something special,” he said – and that’s what he did.He played the remaining six holes in four under par, with birdies on 13; 15, where he chipped in; 17, where he had a tap in; and 18 where he rolled in that winning 25-footer.“I hit good shots and the right shots at the right time and I played really well under the pressure,” said Gough.This is his second win of the year, after claiming the boys’ title at the Fairhaven Trophies. His next target is the European Young Masters, which takes place later this month.Third place in the McGregor Trophy was shared by Ireland’s Joshua McCabe and Lucas Fallotico of Italy who were three-under parThe 15-year-old signed off with a 68 and a 72-hole total of seven-under par, snatching a one shot victory in the English U16 boys’ open championship from Yorkshire boy champion Ben Schmidt.The McGregor Trophy is one of golf’s most sought-after U16 titles and Gough follows in the footsteps of such previous winners as Justin Rose and Eduardo Molinari.Gough, who has previously won the U14 Reid Trophy, is now eyeing the U18 Carris Trophy and commented: “I’m really pleased with this and it gives me a chance to win the triple, so it means a lot.”Gough (Stoke Park) was three shots off the lead, held by Schmidt, at the start of the final round. But, after 12 holes he’d slipped back further and trailed by five. “I knew I had to do something special,” he said – and that’s what he did.He played the remaining six holes in four under par, with birdies on 13; 15, where he chipped in; 17, where he had a tap in; and 18 where he rolled in that winning 25-footer.“I hit good shots and the right shots at the right time and I played really well under the pressure,” said Gough.This is his second win of the year, after claiming the boys’ title at the Fairhaven Trophies. His next target is the European Young Masters, which takes place later this month.Third place in the McGregor Trophy was shared by Ireland’s Joshua McCabe and Lucas Fallotico of Italy who were three-under parClick here for full scoresImage copyright Leaderboard Photography. 19 Jul 2018 Gough’s last hole birdie wins McGregor Trophy last_img read more