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Chasing the Moment

This year was the first year of the ACAAC Strategic Impact Grant Awards.

On Friday, January 10, 2014 – The Mitchell Gallery unveiled their collaboration project with students from Annapolis Senior high School.  Chasing the Moment will be on exhibit until January 19th. Visit the Mitchell Gallery’s website for more information on the collaboration.

Elise Pease-Neugebauer, Vase, 2013, Stoneware

Elise Pease-Neugebauer, Vase, 2013, Stoneware


Arts in Education Grants

Arts in Education 2013

Arts in Education 2013

The Arts Council is excited to announce that we have just awarded over $54,000 in Arts in Education Grants

for the 2013-14 school year.  This is $9,000 increase from last year’s AiE grant awards.  We were excited to see the increase in requests from schools this year and it’s always our goal to help support as many Arts programs as possible.  Congratulations to the  schools who have received the grants and are taking advantage of the AiE program – which has been active since just about the beginning of the Arts Council.

If you missed the AiE Grant this year, please get on board early for next year by joining our e-mailing list to receive information on the AiE Showcases.

Visit the AiE page (https://www.acaac.org/programs/arts-in-education/) to get more information on the AiE program.

Congratulations to our 2013-14 AiE Awardees: ELEMENTARY Alpert Family JDS, Annapolis, Arnold, Broadneck, Brock Bridge, Brooklyn Park, Cape St. Claire, Deals, Eastport, Four Seasons, Freetown, Germantown, Glendale, Harbour, Hillsmere, Jessup, Jones, Key, Lake Shore, Linthicum, Manor View, Marley, Maryland City, Millersville, North Glen, Oakwood, Overlook, Pasadena, Pershing, Quaterfield, Riviera Beach, Seven Oaks, Severn, Shipley’s Choice, South Shore, St. Martins-in-the-Field Episcopal, Sunset and Van Bokkelen,  Tracey’s, Tyler Heights and Waugh Chapel Elementary Schools; MIDDLEAnnapolis, Bates, Brooklyn Park, Meade, Old Mill, Southern and Summit Middle Schools; HIGH SCHOOLSMeade and Severna Park High Schools.