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“Moses All” by Benjamin Entner will be among inflatable sculptures on display March 6-28 at Caldwell Arts Council Gallery in Lenoir.
“Moses All” by Benjamin Entner will be among inflatable sculptures on display March 6-28 at Caldwell Arts Council Gallery in Lenoir. CALDWELL ARTS COUNCIL

Compiled by Mary Katherine Creel

Job fair: Tweetsie Railroad will host its annual job fair 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 28 at Tweetsie Palace Saloon, 300 Tweetsie Railroad Lane, Blowing Rock, to learn about seasonal employment, as well as special events positions. The 2015 season begins April 10 and runs through Nov. 1.

Tweetsie traditionally hires 250 employees to operate the park and entertain guests. Job opportunities include ticket sales, accounting, entertainment, ride operations, food service, retail sales, grounds maintenance and more. The job fair will give candidates the opportunity to meet with Tweetsie’s management team, ask questions and express their desire to be part of the Tweetsie Railroad experience.

Interested candidates ages 16 and older should bring a completed application. To learn about available opportunities or to download an application, visit www.tweetsie.com/employment/job-opportunities.

‘Printed’ art exhibit: “Printed,” an exhibit of inflatable sculptures, created by New York artist Benjamin Entner and printed clay artwork by regional and national artists, will be on display March 6-28 in the Caldwell County Arts Council Gallery, 601 College Ave. S.W., Lenoir. An opening reception with light refreshments is scheduled for 5-7 p.m. March 6.

Entner has created a series of sculptural drawings depicting a contemporary figure drawn in the pose and fashion of a historical sculpture. The artist’s own figure is drawn on a nonporous fabric, sewn together with other drawings of the same pose and inflated to a scale and shape similar to the sculpture it references.

“Printed” also features works from 11 printed clay artists from Penland, N.C., to Juneau, Alaska. Artwork ranges from mugs and bowls to decorative works.

Exhibit admission is free 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays. To learn about Caldwell Arts Council events and programs, call 828-754-2486 or visit www.caldwellarts.com.

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