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Muddy Creek Artist’s Guild’s Holiday Art Show & Sale

Our 9th annual “Gifts from the Arts” Art Show and Sale features over 40 local artists from southern Anne Arundel county. View the beautiful work, shop for unique holiday gifts, meet the artists, and make some art of your own in our Studio Intrepid sessions.

Family-friendly and free to the public. “Gifts From the Arts” runs Nov. 10–12 and 17–19, South River Colony Main Street Shopping Center, 189 Mitchell’s Chance Rd, Edgewater. Opening reception Nov. 10, from 5–7pm, featuring light refreshments and music.

For more information and a sneak peek at the work to be displayed, visit http://bit.ly/mcagholidayshow

Muddy Creek Artist’s Guild’s Holiday Art Show & Sale

Our 9th annual “Gifts from the Arts” Art Show and Sale features over 40 local artists from southern Anne Arundel county. View the beautiful work, shop for unique holiday gifts, meet the artists, and make some art of your own in our Studio Intrepid sessions.

Family-friendly and free to the public. “Gifts From the Arts” runs Nov. 10–12 and 17–19, South River Colony Main Street Shopping Center, 189 Mitchell’s Chance Rd, Edgewater. Opening reception Nov. 10, from 5–7pm, featuring light refreshments and music.

For more information and a sneak peek at the work to be displayed, visit http://bit.ly/mcagholidayshow

Muddy Creek Artist’s Guild’s Holiday Art Show & Sale

Our 9th annual “Gifts from the Arts” Art Show and Sale features over 40 local artists from southern Anne Arundel county. View the beautiful work, shop for unique holiday gifts, meet the artists, and make some art of your own in our Studio Intrepid sessions.

Family-friendly and free to the public. “Gifts From the Arts” runs Nov. 10–12 and 17–19, South River Colony Main Street Shopping Center, 189 Mitchell’s Chance Rd, Edgewater. Opening reception Nov. 10, from 5–7pm, featuring light refreshments and music.

For more information and a sneak peek at the work to be displayed, visit http://bit.ly/mcagholidayshow

Muddy Creek Artist’s Guild’s Holiday Art Show & Sale

Our 9th annual “Gifts from the Arts” Art Show and Sale features over 40 local artists from southern Anne Arundel county. View the beautiful work, shop for unique holiday gifts, meet the artists, and make some art of your own in our Studio Intrepid sessions.

Family-friendly and free to the public. “Gifts From the Arts” runs Nov. 10–12 and 17–19, South River Colony Main Street Shopping Center, 189 Mitchell’s Chance Rd, Edgewater. Opening reception Nov. 10, from 5–7pm, featuring light refreshments and music.

For more information and a sneak peek at the work to be displayed, visit http://bit.ly/mcagholidayshow

Muddy Creek Artist’s Guild’s Holiday Art Show & Sale

Our 9th annual “Gifts from the Arts” Art Show and Sale features over 40 local artists from southern Anne Arundel county. View the beautiful work, shop for unique holiday gifts, meet the artists, and make some art of your own in our Studio Intrepid sessions.

Family-friendly and free to the public. “Gifts From the Arts” runs Nov. 10–12 and 17–19, South River Colony Main Street Shopping Center, 189 Mitchell’s Chance Rd, Edgewater. Opening reception Nov. 10, from 5–7pm, featuring light refreshments and music.

For more information and a sneak peek at the work to be displayed, visit http://bit.ly/mcagholidayshow

Muddy Creek Artist’s Guild’s Holiday Art Show & Sale

Our 9th annual “Gifts from the Arts” Art Show and Sale features over 40 local artists from southern Anne Arundel county. View the beautiful work, shop for unique holiday gifts, meet the artists, and make some art of your own in our Studio Intrepid sessions.

Family-friendly and free to the public. “Gifts From the Arts” runs Nov. 10–12 and 17–19, South River Colony Main Street Shopping Center, 189 Mitchell’s Chance Rd, Edgewater. Opening reception Nov. 10, from 5–7pm, featuring light refreshments and music.

For more information and a sneak peek at the work to be displayed, visit http://bit.ly/mcagholidayshow

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!

 

Films, Artists, Music Celebrating the Arts This Weekend in Annapolis

The first weekend in April is almost here and with it arrives a bevy of arts events in Anne Arundel County.  Three tempting choices are taking place in Annapolis beginning with The Annapolis Film Festival, which kicks off on Thursday March 3lst. In just four days, 70 films– ful length features, shorts, and documentaries— will be shown on 7 screens. Individual tickets are $10 and $12.50 while a festival pass runs $115.  Full schedules and ticket information is available at Annapolisfilmfestival.com.

Opening Night Film: One More Time
USA | 2015 | 98 min | Presented by Nimble Storage

Friday and Saturday night at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, the  Annapolis Symphony Orchestra with conductor José-Luis Novo and featuring  renowned English pianist Michael Roll will perform works by Beethoven, Schumann, and Schubert in a concert entitled “Unanswered Questions.”.

ASO will be performing at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts Friday and Saturday evening.

ASO will be performing at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts Friday and Saturday evening.

Evening in An Artist Colony is an event to introduce new members to The Mitchell Gallery.

Evening in An Artist Colony is an event to introduce new members to The Mitchell Gallery.

Saturday night, April 2nd, from 7 p.m. to 10 pm the public is invited to join The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s  College for an “Evening in an Artist Colony.”  Begin by viewing the current museum exhibit “American impressionism; The Lure of the Artist Colony”  and then stroll  to The Great Hall for food drink and the Rockin Music of The Tiki Barbarians.  Non gallery member tickets are $45 (members $35). Dancing and an array of food and drink will celebrate the life of an artist during the 20th century.

So where and how do you divide up your weekend?  One of the wonderful elements of the Annapolis Film Festival, now in its fourth year is the opportunity to interact with screenwriters, directors, actors, producers, and filmmakers.  Panel discussions, along with Q and A’s enable attendees to gain an intimate knowledge of the film making process. Venues where the 70 films will be shown include:, St. John’s College Francis Scott Key auditorium and  Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. Maryland Hall  is also the venue for the ASO’s 8:00 p.m. concert performance on Friday and Saturday while The Mitchell Gallery is in the same building as The Key Auditorium on the St. John’s College campus.  Is it possible to take in all three experiences in one weekend?  It certainly is, with the locations so conveniently close.  Whether you live in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, or are visiting for the weekend, this is a great time to enjoy the Arts!

 

Art Exhibit Opportunity

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“ Moments in Time ” is the theme and title of the upcoming summer/fall exhibit sponsored by the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County. The deadline for artists to submit up to three works via the digital portal on the Arts Council website acaac.org for consideration is November 23rd.
The juried group show is open to all Anne Arundel County residents over the age of eighteen. In order to submit work for consideration there is a $ 20 entry/administrative fee. Submissions must be received by November 23rdArtists are asked to submit work in a two dimensional medium that relates in same way to the exhibit’s theme, “Moments in Time.” Please check the Arts Council Website or call the office for further specific entry information.
Opening Decembere11, 2015 at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the show will be on display between concourses C & D through April 15, 2016. The Arts Council exhibits are juried by a committee of three that include: Committee Chair Roberta Pardo, who studied industrial design in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and fine arts at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, Wil Scott, a photographer and former Director of Adult Programs at the National Gallery of Art, Megan Barroll a corporate art consultant and arts appraiser with the Mid-Atlantic Arts Advisory group,, Amy Snyder and Martha Blaxall .
Accepted work will be available for view online and available for sale if desired by the exhibitor. The Arts Council commission fee is ten percent. Visit the Arts Council website at wwwacaac.org to learn more or call 410-222-7949.
The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County provides grants and support to over forty nonprofit organizations. Providing a resource for the cultural arts community through advocacy, funding, programming, and promotions; the Arts Council supports a variety of groups that include Chesapeake Arts Center, West County CreativeArts , Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts and the Londontown Foundation . The Arts Council also administers the Arts in Education Program serving both public and private Anne Arundel County Schools, which provides grant funding to bring performances and artists into auditoriums and classrooms.
For more information about the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County and to find out how you can become a member call 410-222-7949 or visit www.acaac.org.

Strategic +Grant

Grant applications for Strategic Grants are currently being accepted online between October 8th and October 23rd.

What ideas has your organization been considering to expand your reach throughout the county and the state of Maryland?  Do you want to launch a new exhibit?  Would you like to make a movie or produce a stage production never seen before.  Is there important research or documentation you’d like to undertake?

IF you are  a 501C-3 organization in Anne Arundel County currently receiving a general operating grant from the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County and have a new idea for impacting the community you serve and reaching out to  a new audience, now is the time of year to submit your proposal.  Instructions and the portal is available on this website under the “grants’ heading. Remember that your proposal cannot have been previously funded.

Projects seeking funding should have a demonstrated public value of arts and culture worthy of merit to the community and represent a novel, unusual or creative approach to the arts not previously offered by your organization. Your proposal should include a new collaboration or partnership and have clearly defined goals and measurable outcomes. Be prepared to maintain complete and accurate records of all the activities connected with grant and utilize generally accepted accounting principles. More details regarding grant requirements are on our website.FY 2016 STRATEGIC IMPACT GRANT GUIDELINES 5-Student Exhibit at Mitchell Gallery