Ledah Finck will share a solo set of traditional, original, and contemporary Celtic tunes. Growing up in the mountains of North Carolina, she has been performing on fiddle since the age of 8. An alumna of the Peabody Conservatory as of 2018, she now lives in New York City where she is active with her string quartet, the Bergamot Quartet.
UMBC's Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA) presents Marnie Ellen Hertzler and Corey Hughes. Hertzler is a video artist, animator and filmmaker working in experimental narrative and hybrid documentary; Hughes is director and cinematographer traversing narrative, documentary and experimental realms. The two will discuss their individual work as well as their director-cinematographer collaborations.
UMBC's Social Sciences Forum presents Tracey Osborne, associate professor and endowed Presidential Chair in the Management of Complex Systems Department and the Management of Innovation, Sustainability and Technology (MIST) Program at UC Merced, who will speak on “Playbook for Climate Justice: Our Best Hope for Solving the Climate Crisis.”
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Elizabeth Gilbert will be in conversation about her work. In her lectures Gilbert talks about her writing and seizing the opportunity to live a life guided by creativity rather than fear.
UMBC's Humanities Forum presents the Annual Daphne Harrison Lecture, featuring Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences and Director of the Center for Place, Culture, and Politics, the Graduate Center, City University of New York, who will speak on Making Abolition Geographies: Social Justice Organizing for Vulnerable Households, Workers, and Communities.
Bryn Upton, a professor of history at McDaniel College, leads a conversation with McDaniel College President Roger N. Casey. Since SmartTALK’s inception in 2010, President Casey has interviewed countless alums. After eleven years of serving as SmartTALK’s host, it’s finally time to flip the script and interview President Casey. For more information, visit www.mcdaniel.edu/about-us/campus-events.
Join us in celebrating the 100th anniversary of Eubie Blake’s 1921 musical Shuffle Along. Co-authors Richard Carlin and Ken Bloom, with Martina Kado, PhD, the Maryland Center for History and Culture's Director of Publications, explore how they used Baltimore-born composer and pianist James Herbert “Eubie” Blake’s personal collections—housed in the MCHC’s H. Furlong Baldwin Library—to write their biography, Eubie Blake: Rags, Rhythm, and Race.
We’re excited to announce the launch of the “Virtually Creative” after-school program.
The “Virtually Creative” after school program is an extension of our onsite programming that takes place at John Ruhrah Elementary/ Middle and Tench Tilghman Elementary/ Middle. In an effort to continue supporting our schools we are providing afterschool programming online. Each day, students receive homework help and hangout time to connect with friends. They will also have virtual Restorative Practice circles every Friday. Below is a detailed breakdown of the Virtually Creative schedule.
Lilia Torres joined Artesanas in 2014. She started teaching cooking classes at an after school program. Lilia says, "Sharing with people everything that is done fills me with joy and I love working with children." Lilia considers herself a hardworking, enterprising, humble and simple woman with a lot of desire to move forward.
Venmo: Lilia Torres @Lilia-Torres-13
CHILES RELLENOS WITH TOMATO SAUCE - RECIPE FOR 6 PEOPLE INGREDIENTS:
6 POBLANO PEPPERS
½ POUND OF HARD CHEESE
1 CUP OF VEGETABLE OIL
5 RED TOMATOES
visit https://www.mcreds.org/ for a full list of Maryland Micro-Credentials for Creative Classrooms courses offered.. Please click the “Learn More” button to view the course description, a full syllabus, dates/locations, and bios of the facilitators.
We’re back with our third ”Five Minute Histories" feature: Art and Innovation in Station North! With this video, we are continuing our a new series called "Five Minute Histories." Each day, we’ll record a short video about a different historic place in Baltimore and post it on our Facebook page and website.
We are honoring Governor Hogan’s request and are doing this from home.
Join Americans for the Arts staff who will overview our advocacy and research relating to the new federal COVID-19 Relief Package. Speakers will discuss Americans for the Arts COVID-19 response resources, the new legislation, what parts relate to arts organizations, artists, and the creative economy and what you should expect in the next few weeks.
Robert Lynch, President and CEO, Americans for the Arts & Action Fund
Ruby Lopez Harper, Sr. Director of Local Arts Advancement
Randy Cohen, Vice President of Research
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra introduces BSO Sessions – a new digital concert series that follows the BSO’s journey in bringing inspirational works of orchestral repertoire to life as its musicians return to the stage. Programs will include beloved masterpieces; music by living composers and composers of color; and hidden treasures in orchestral repertoire, with episodes premiering October 14 at 8 pm and released weekly thereafter.
Join us every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m., as we share weekly virtual installments of:
• Audio Recordings of some of our most popular concerts
• Interviews & Solo Performances featuring our talented artists
• New installments of “Musical Notes with Maestro Dimmock,” which offer insight into the music and composers of the season to deepen your musical appreciation and experience.
Have a monologue you have always wanted to work on? Need feedback but haven't had time in your life to dedicate to it? We'd love to offer our insight and advice to you over a 45 minutes session with our professional artists. Purchase and we will work around your schedule and needs!