Come join co-authors Ellen Kahan Zager and Harriet Cohen Helfand and learn how the words of Torah inspired their new book, And There Was Evening And There Was Morning. Ellen and Harriet will lead a joyous and inspirational workshop in making rhymes and images from letters just like those in the book.
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5-6 p.m. — Free admission to Monsters & Myths: Surrealism and War in the 1930s and 1940s. Tickets regularly $15
6-7:15 p.m. — Join Monsters & Myths Curator Dr. Oliver Shell and scholars from Cornell University, Johns Hopkins University, and Morgan State University for a discussion on the psychological effects of war, how Surrealists used classical mythology as a metaphor for traumatic events of the 1930s and 1940s, and the relevance of this work today. Auditorium doors open at 5:30 p.m.
No RSVP or ticket required for exhibition entry or panel discussion.
Bard to the Bone, BSF's Shakespeare Appreciation Society, meets bimonthly to enjoy conversation, refreshments, and lectures on various aspects of Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre. These events are FREE and open to all--no prior knowledge or experience necessary!
“Hometown Girl: Contemporary Quilts of Mimi Dietrich” is a new exhibition at the Maryland Historical Society featuring one-of-a-kind appliqué quilts created by Baltimore-native Mimi Dietrich.
The opening reception on March 23 includes a lecture by Mimi Dietrich, 2-3 pm, followed by a reception and gallery tour, 3-5 pm. Cost is $10 members/ $15 nonmembers.
Join us and Celebrate at Howard County's signature arts event! The evening begins with a sumptuous reception where you’ll sample culinary delights from area restaurants and bid on works of art by local artists while enjoying wonderful live musical performances. At 8 p.m. guests will be invited inside the Smith and Studio Theatres for the Rising Star Performing Arts Competition and the presentation of the 2018 Howie Awards. Performances and awards are presented live in the Smith Theatre ($100) and simulcast in the Studio Theatre ($50).
Join MPT as it hosts the 3rd annual Artworks Uncorked & Untapped. Enjoy regional artists with local breweries and wineries to celebrate Artworks, an MPT original series with host Rhea Feikin. This year, we are celebrating 50 years of Maryland Public Television. Guests will enjoy some throwback elements to this event.
Art and environmental activism come together in this lecture exhibition by celebrated American Photographer J Henry Fair. His superbly beautiful aerial images are appealing and bold- at first glance compositions of abstract shapes and colors. A closer look reveals them to be the detritus of industrial processes. The ethical implication of the photographs leaves viewers pondering the injustice of the human impact on nature. Henry’s work has appeared in major publications including National Geographic, Vanity Fair, and Smithsonian Magazine.
Any artist is welcome to hang one original work of art on the first come, first served installation day, taking place on Friday, March 29, 2019 from 7am - midnight. No need to sign up in advance, just come by MAP's first floor gallery space @ 218 West Saratoga Street in the Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District!
All work must come framed and ready to hang. (size requirement is 40" x 40")
Registration is $10 and can be paid with check, cash or credit card
All works will be silently auctioned Friday, April 5, 2019 from 7 -10pm
Born in Hungary (1969) and a graduate of the Budapest Liszt Academy of Music, Gergely Ittzés is one of the most proactive personalities of the flute scene. While being a researcher of his instrument and composer of many experimental flute works applying the most up-to-date flute techniques, especially polyphonic playing, he does not specialize in contemporary music only but tries to connect it with tradition. His large repertoire includes all the important works written for his instrument and a great number of rarities from the past centuries and today.
Calling all Elementary, Middle School and High School level artists!
MAP is excited to continue KIDOOO, a youth version of Out of Order! KIDOOO was created as an opportunity for young artists to exhibit their work in a major arts venue, expanding MAP’s services to students in elementary, middle and high school level art classes.
The opening of KIDOOO will take place in tandem with MAP's annual Out of Order show on April 5, 2019.
Linda Day Clark began photographing the Gee’s Bend community in 2002 as a freelance photographer for The New York Times. She continues to return to Gee’s Bend as a documentary photographer, capturing the life of this rural community and the African American quilters. Join Clark for a talk about her time in Gees Bend as she shares intimate stories of these African American quilters and their families.
In conjunction with Linda Day Clark: The Gee’s Bend Photographs
SoulCollage® is a creative process, developed by the late Seena Frost, which uses the art form of collage-making to enhance the journey of self-exploration. Seena Frost’s curriculum will guide us in creating our own personal deck of collage cards, consisting of five different “Suits.” Each class focuses on one suit as a way to explore both our inner and outer worlds. We will use already-made images from magazines to create original cards. make new pieces of art. These cards become a source of insight and inspiration as we share about our lives and our collages.
UMBC faculty member and flutist Lisa Cella will be joined by pianist Lisa Rehwoldt in a program surveying standard works in the flute literature. Their program will feature:
Flute Sonata — Francis Poulenc
Mazurka in A minor, Op. 17, No. 4, and Ballade No. 2 in F minor, Op. 38 — Frédéric Chopin
Sonata in E Major, BWV 1035 — Johann Sebastian Bach
Duo for Flute and Piano — Aaron Copland
Among Fireflies — Elainie Lillios
Screen your new work or work in progress (max length 15 min) at this monthly feedback session from your Baltimore filmmaking peers in the Creative Alliance Lounge! Send your short films via email by the Friday before to Creative Alliance Film Curator, Samantha Mitchell ([email protected]) to be added to the lineup.
Thanks to our generous sponsors Baltimore Filmmakers Collective & Charm City Filmmakers for helping to make these sessions possible!
As our bodies move, we tell a story. Where we have been, where we are going, what we hold on to, what we let go of. When bodies move in masses, they tell a larger story. Hope, fear, war, famine, the search for a better life. What does it mean to be just one body moving in humanity’s great crowd? This is a movement piece. Prepare to be moved.