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Annapolis Arts Alliance ~ Business Of Arts Seminar 2018

Cat Dolch, talented illustrator/graphic artist will be giving here third annual seminar presenting How To Sell Your Art Online. Start 2019 off with a clean, well curated search engine-optimized online gallery and share your art with the world! If you have missed the first two sessions, contact Cat and she will hook you up with slides. catherine.dolch@gmail.com

Muddy Creek Artist’s Guild’s 3rd Annual Studio Tour

Muddy Creek Artists Guild Hosts 3rd Annual Studio Tour This Fall
Local Artists Open Their Studios for a Behind-the-Scenes Experience

Join the Muddy Creek Artists Guild (MCAG) for their 3rd Annual Studio Tour on September 29 and 30, 2018. Back by popular demand, this self-guided driving tour is free and open to the public, who are invited to visit any (or all) participating artist studios throughout southern Anne Arundel County. Each studio’s “open house” will host one or more artists in a behind-the-scenes experience to discuss the “why” and “how” behind their creations from 11:00 AM–5:00 PM both days. The studios will have a selection of art originals and prints for sale, and some will also offer hands-on demonstrations and art-making activities. A free illustrated tour guidebook, complete with map, will help visitors plan their custom route to meet and mingle with the participating MCAG artists.

For up-to-date announcements regarding this year’s studio tour, including the 2018 Studio Tour guidebook (currently in production), please visit http://bit.ly/MCAGStudioTour.

To find out more about the Guild, visit MCAG’s website at www.muddycreekartistsguild.org or find them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Muddy Creek Artist’s Guild’s 3rd Annual Studio Tour

Muddy Creek Artists Guild Hosts 3rd Annual Studio Tour This Fall
Local Artists Open Their Studios for a Behind-the-Scenes Experience

Join the Muddy Creek Artists Guild (MCAG) for their 3rd Annual Studio Tour on September 29 and 30, 2018. Back by popular demand, this self-guided driving tour is free and open to the public, who are invited to visit any (or all) participating artist studios throughout southern Anne Arundel County. Each studio’s “open house” will host one or more artists in a behind-the-scenes experience to discuss the “why” and “how” behind their creations from 11:00 AM–5:00 PM both days. The studios will have a selection of art originals and prints for sale, and some will also offer hands-on demonstrations and art-making activities. A free illustrated tour guidebook, complete with map, will help visitors plan their custom route to meet and mingle with the participating MCAG artists.

For up-to-date announcements regarding this year’s studio tour, including the 2018 Studio Tour guidebook (currently in production), please visit http://bit.ly/MCAGStudioTour.

To find out more about the Guild, visit MCAG’s website at www.muddycreekartistsguild.org or find them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Harbor City Music Company Show – Can’t Stop the Feeling!

HCMC is an international award winning a cappella premiere chorus in the Baltimore/Washington DC area. HCMC sings a wide variety of musical styles and you are sure to enjoy them all. Our featured guests this year are: Lustre Quartet – 2018 SAI International Quartet Champions and Route 1 Quartet – BHS Mid Atlantic Quartet Champions and more…

Buy your tickets online and avoid lines at the door the night of the show!

Fun for the entire family!

Tears of the Soul

Original Stage Play – 1968. It was a turbulent time in American and especially in Memphis, TN. Memphis is known as the mid south and sits on the east bank of the Mississippi. In Tears of the Soul we will meet a family living through the unrest of the time. The nation was at the height of the highly protested Vietnam war which was returning black soldiers to their hometowns maimed, in boxes or in many cases not at all. Black empowerment was on the rise with militant groups struggling to use their power to create their own destinies. Even after the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a caste system still existed, especially in the south. Racism and violence were rampant in the growing urban ghettos and Martin Luther King, the prominent leader of the Civil Rights movement and non-violent protest met his demise on a Memphis balcony. Tears of the Soul is a portrayal of a family divided. The social climate in 1968 made life difficult outside and inside of the home. Family members with divergent viewpoints make it impossible to communicate. That was until one fateful day when tragedy collided with ideologies and each family member was forced to reevaluate their perspectives. Only by coming together was this family able to identify the true threat and free their souls from misconceptions, hatred and fear.

Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s “The Nutcracker”

We invite you to the most famous Christmas Party of all time as you attend The Nutcracker where the possibility of dreams, the magic of Christmas and the wonder of the child merge through young Clara’s adventures with mechanical dolls, life-size rats, and whirling Kingdoms of Snow and Sweets. Help Clara rescue her beloved Nutcracker from the Rat Queen’s evil spell and discover her true destiny.

For more information please call 410-224-5644 or visit our website: http://www.balletmaryland.org/Performances/TheNutcracker/BowieCenterforthePerformingArts/tabid/113/Default.aspx

To purchase tickets please call 410-224-5644 or visit https://ballettheatremd.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0S0B000004303zUAA

Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s “The Nutcracker”

We invite you to the most famous Christmas Party of all time as you attend The Nutcracker where the possibility of dreams, the magic of Christmas and the wonder of the child merge through young Clara’s adventures with mechanical dolls, life-size rats, and whirling Kingdoms of Snow and Sweets. Help Clara rescue her beloved Nutcracker from the Rat Queen’s evil spell and discover her true destiny.

For more information please call 410-224-5644 or visit our website: http://www.balletmaryland.org/Performances/TheNutcracker/BowieCenterforthePerformingArts/tabid/113/Default.aspx

To purchase tickets please call 410-224-5644 or visit https://ballettheatremd.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0S0B000004303zUAA

Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble presents “Build A Better World”

The award winning Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble presents
“Build A Better World”, a family-friendly show for all ages that will include live music, dancing, audience participation, and lots of fun at Annapolis Public Library.
Come join world class artists as they perform an interactive and uplifting show that is sure to get you smiling, toe tapping, singing, and clapping!

Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble presents “Build A Better World”

The award winning Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble presents
“Build A Better World”, a family-friendly show for all ages that will include live music, dancing, audience participation, and lots of fun at Odenton Regional Library!
Come join world class artists as they perform an interactive and uplifting show that is sure to get you smiling, toe tapping, singing, and clapping!

Arts Council Sponsors Exhibits Around Anne Arundel County

Three Art Exhibits in Anne Arundel County provide plenty of opportunities to see and enjoy artwork created by local county artists.

Currently on display at Anne Arundel Medical Center in the Clatanoff Pavilion near the Healing Garden, through June 10th,  is an exhibit of works in a variety of mediums by Anne Arundel County Artists.

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Hyancinth Remix by Churchton artist Frances Borchardt is one of the 21 works currently on display.

Over at the Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall AIrport you can see the exhibit “Cities of the World”.  The exhibit  on display between concourses C & D is a  juried group show featuring  Anne Arundel County artists’  work in a variety of two dimensional mediums  including watercolor, oil on canvas, and photography.  The show will be on display through August 19th.  See two selections from the   “Cities of the World” exhibit below.

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“Repblected” by artist Leo Hylan III

 

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“Place de Catalunya Barcelona” by artist James Earl

Check the Arts Council website under the heading “exhibitions” to get the latest news on upcoming exhibit themes.  You can enter your submissions online and selected works will be posted in an online gallery to provide more opportunities for the public to enjoy artwork by Anne Arundel County artists.

 

Go to the Arundel Center at 44 Calvert Street in Annapolis to see the Artists Without Limits exhibit entitled “Life in Anne Arundel County”.  On display through June 30th, the exhibit is sponsored by the Arundel Commission on Disability Issues and the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County.

There are many opportunities to see art exhibits in Anne Arundel County.  Visit the Arts Council Facebook.  Become a supporter of the arts by joining the Anne Arundel County Arts Council as a supporting member and remember that the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County is your gateway to the arts!