Big Top Steam – Exhibit Continues through April 28
The Big Top Steam exhibit continues through the Bolivar-Harper’s Ferry Community Art Walk weekend. The artists are Leigh Anne Cassell (Charles Town, illustration) and Lindsey Donaldson (Ranson, illustration). In addition, there are two special installations by Eric Holstine (Charleston, metalwork/stained glass) and Phil Berneburg (Bolivar studio, ceramics).
What’s New at Steam
As announced last month, Steam at Harper’s Ferry has exclusive Harper’s Ferry themed postcards for sale. The first postcard design is based on a photo of the Harpers Ferry Tunnel. The next two feature Jefferson’s Rock and St. Peter’s Church. In addition, Steam has launched a new SciFi/Steampunk imprint – Steam at Harper’s Ferry Press. Our first story was released last month, entitled The Acme Corporation, a political science fiction fantasy, by V. Edwards Clarke. Here is the abstract:
“By 2020, the Libertarian Party was renamed the Capitalist Party. The ACME Corporation dominated the health care, communications and entertainment industries. ACME’s revolutionary product VisuaClear was invented to manage perceived mental health costs, and was supported directly by the Capitalist Party. But when a powerhouse like ACME finances campaigns and sells products that exploit thought, what remains of a citizen’s free will?” Thanks to Bot Studios for putting the story in Kindle format and designing the cover.
Bolivar-Harpers Ferry Community Art Walk – April 27 and 28, 2013
As of March 31, there are 21 participating venues for the Art Walk, which are (from Bolivar to Lower Town): 1) Jefferson County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau (CVB); 2) Bolivar-Harpers Ferry Public Library; 3) Teahorse B&B/Hostel; 4) Beyond the Lens Photography; 5) The Gilded Flea; 6) Appalachian Trail Conservancy; 7) Hill Top House; 8) The Woman’s Club, 9) Harpers Ferry Wine and Gourmet; 10) The Vintage Lady; 11) The Village Shop; 12) The Towns Inn; 13) Steam at Harper’s Ferry; 14) Art Shack, Baby; 15) Tenfold Fair Trade; 16) Mary Adams; 17) Scoops; 18) The Coach House Grill; 19) Westwind Potters; 20) True Treats; and the 21) Harpers Ferry National Park Bookshop. The deadline for venues to identify artists whose works are being shown at their establishments is the first week of April. This event is sponsored in part with a grant from aha!