That’s the title that Molly Gilmore, freelance writer and calendar editor for daily 0, wrote for this great little blurb in The Olympian’s Weekend Planner (the best of the next week and beyond): The Capitol Theater debuts two new shows Saturday – but they aren’t movies. (Of course, you can also see movies there this week, including “King Corn,” which is detailed on Page 15). Opening today (12/29/07) are “Remember/Do Not Forget,” an art installation by Diane Kurzyna in the theater’s garden alcoves, and a photography exhibit by Rachael Meredith Lang and Rodrigo Valenzuela. Kurzyna’s installation is all about shoes and their place in history, culture and language. “What do shoes mean to you?” asks the exhibit. The works will be on display through Feb. 2 at the theater, 206 Fifth Ave SE, Olympia, and there’s a free reception from 4 to 6 p.m on Jan. 26. For theater information, call (360) 754- 5378 or go to Olympia Film Society.
She also included: to freelance writer Molly Gilmore, shoes mean a chance for self-expression – and to be tall.
Please leave a comment and tell us what shoes mean to YOU. Send your shoe sayings, too!
Oh, and FYI, I would have preferred to simply link the above information to The Olympian, but I simply could NOT find the appropriate link anywhere on their site…I subscribe to the print version of the daily 0, and even purchased an extra copy today at Batdorf and Bronson, ’cause there is also a big picture of my work featured on the Weekend Planner. Thank you Molly and The 0; please support that fine local rag and read it (and tell the powers that be how much you love reading Molly G in particular). Now I’ve got to get to work and get this thing installed…..