The Baltimore Regional Office of Vocational Rehabilitation is now compensating disabled veterans while they train at our non-profit Therapeutic Alternatives of Maryland (TALMAR’s) Breaking New Ground program. Veterans looking for a path to employment can contact their nearest vocational rehabilitation counselor to gain full admittance into our program, using Chapter 31 benefits. Veterans can take this training at no out-of-pocket costs and receive paid compensation throughout the program’s duration.
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MdFF presents the WTMD Film Club at the SNF Parkway, featuring RAT FILM on Monday, September 25th. Pre-film cocktails and conversation with WTMD's Alex Cortright begins at 6:00PM with the film beginning at 7:00PM and a post film Q&A with composer Dan Deacon to discuss his film score.
Tickets are $10 regular admission and $8 for Friends of MdFF Members.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
-6:00pm - Pre-film cockatils & conversation with WTMD's Alex Cortright
-7:00pm - RAT FILM screening
-8:20pm - Q&A with RAT FILM composer DAN DEACON
Please join us to celebrate the 2017 Baker Artist Awardees
Monday, September 25, 2017, 6pm - 9pm
Baltimore Center Stage
700 N Calvert St, Baltimore, MD 21202
Featuring performances and presentations from:
Mary Sawyers Imboden Awardee:
Susan Alcorn - Music
And Mary Sawyers Baker Awardees:
Naoko Maeshiba - Performance
David Marion - Visual Arts
Theo Anthony - Film/ Video
Elizabeth Dickinson - Literary Arts
Sara Dittrich - Interdisciplinary
Adam Swanson is rapidly becoming known as one of the world's foremost performers and historians of ragtime and early American popular music. We were fortunate to forge a friendship with Adam when he was completing graduate studies as a musicology student at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Although he is only twenty-three years old, Adam has been a featured performer and lecturer at ragtime and jazz festivals across the United States, and he is the youngest three-time winner of the World Championship Old-Time Piano Playing Contest.
Artist's Perspectives Series: The Art of Auditioning
Age Group: 18+
Unpack the roles of professional production through dynamic six week classes. Each class highlights a different point of view through lecture, discussion, and exploration of dramatic skill.
The audition experience is a necessary part of the actor’s experience. This class explores the process from material selection through performance with a focus on the business of the actor.
R. Edward Grumbine discusses his role as director of the Grand Canyon Trust Land Program during McDaniel College’s annual Global Issues Colloquium organized by Global Initiatives. Grumbine has worked to bring science into U.S. federal land management since the late 1980s. As a senior international scholar for the Chinese Academy of Sciences, his focus was on protected area and water issues. Call 410-857-2461 for more information.
Celebrated singer-songwriters, Angela Taylor, Richard Walton and Georgie Jessup, with MC Ty Ford moderating, discuss the craft of songwriting. Each will tell the story of how a song came to be and then play it. A short Q&A will follow. Two rounds, a short break, and two more rounds. This is the third segment of this popular series.
Writers LIVE: Joel N. Shurkin talks about his book True Genius: The Life and Work of Richard Garwin, the Most Influential Scientist You've Never Heard Of. Maryland State Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped, 415 Park Avenue. Tuesday, September 26, 6:30 p.m.
Actor's Lab: Self Expression Through Story
Age Group: 18+
Find your voice! Engage in the work of the actor by connecting to a deeper sense of self. Discover the storyteller within In the safety of the Everyman classroom, experience the power and joy of bringing stories forward, sharing, and adopting new journeys as your own. Like actors, understand how the body and voice are integral to compelling storytelling and practice creative risk-taking.
Public Program United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
In communities around the world, law enforcement personnel help protect and defend democratic values while helping to keep the peace in communities around the world. As the Nazi Party implemented its campaign of hate and violence against Jews, police and military helped enforce laws that violated the ideals of service and protection.
A 1946 FILM NOIR from Howard Hawks
Starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall
Pity the poor private eye who gets involved in the personal lives of a rich General and his daughters. Noir couldn’t get darker in this tale of love and greed. The ‘steam’ between Bogie and Bacall is enough to make this a film buff’s favorite.
A dramatic film, directed by François Ozon, that is a largely black-and-white loose adaptation of the 1932 Ernst Lubitsch drama “Broken Lullaby,” which was in turn based on a play by French playwright Maurice Rostand. Mostly told in German, this tale is about a young Frenchman just after World War I who travels to Germany to meet the parents and fiancée of a fallen soldier whom he says he knew in Paris. (2016, 113 minutes, PG-13) Part of the FACE Tournées French Film Festival.
New York Cabaret Artist Mark Nadler Returns to Germano's!
Join us in celebrating NAMI Metro Baltimore's impact in the community at the 34th Annual Meeting. Hear from elected officials about issues facing our community's mental health in the year ahead and why it's important now more than ever to raise our voices.
Writers LIVE: John Eisenberg talks about his book The Streak: Lou Gehrig, Cal Ripkin Jr., and Baseball's Most Historic Record. Waverly Branch, 400 East 33rd Street. Wednesday, September 27, 6:30 p.m.
In his bequest to Johns Hopkins University, John Work Garrett described his library as “a memorial to my family,” recalling the ubiquity of books, and the love of book collecting, that had shaped two generations of the Garrett family at Evergreen. Join rare book curator Earle Havens, Ph.D., for an illustrated talk that will highlight his new and extensive research on the John Work Garrett Library—one of the truly great private rare book and manuscripts collections of late 19th- and early 20th-century America.