Harford County Cultural Arts Board hosts free Grants 101 trainings, open to all, at Harford County Public Library locations throughout April. Tips and best practices for grant-seeking and -writing especially for the arts, humanities, and education fields, but useful for any type of grants. Presented by Christina McLoughlin, Port Discovery Children's Museum Grants Manager. Overview of Harford County Cultural Arts Board's grant programs and its Grants Workspace site. Presented by Jessica Cleaver, Harford County Cultural Arts Board Coordinator.
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Co-taught by esteemed actor, devisor, and teaching artist, Rachel Hynes, and Caleen Jennings, playwright of QUEENS GIRL IN THE WORLD and QUEENS GIRL IN AFRICA - Everyman's season enders produced in rep this spring - this is sure to be an adventure in creativity and collaboration.
Dive into STORY. Want to create your own work? Not sure where to begin? Gain fundamental knowledge, build dramatic language, and begin the process of bringing a character’s voice from an idea, to the page, and then to the stage.
Utilizing mindfulness practices to enter fully into the present moment, we’ll engage with art as a way to respond to experiences of nature, music, poetry, imagery and memory. For curious people with or without experience in art and mindfulness. Activities include observing, listening, reflecting, expressing, drawing, painting, and more. Leave with a deeper connection and appreciation of beauty in the world.
Never taken an improv class before? Well now is your chance to try it out with experienced BIG instructors!
This introductory workshop is designed to give potential students an opportunity to experience what a class is like before committing to a full course.
Through simple, fun and supportive games, participants will explore basic concepts like playfulness, listening and agreement – all in a safe and comfortable group setting geared specifically toward those who are new to improv.
The daylong festival, held on the campus of Howard Community College in RCF 400, includes workshops, on-campus patrols by the Poetry Police in recognition of National Poem in Your Pocket Day, and poetry readings. Workshops are free and open to the public with RSVP to [email protected]. Workshops begin with Steven Leyva at 9:30 a.m. presenting “The Poetics of Anime.” Beth Ann Fennelly and Teri Cross-Davis will present a dynamic mix of readings and interactive poetry exercises from 11:00 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.
Join the Maryland Historical Society and Wikimedia D.C. to learn how you can help share the stories of Marylanders who deserve greater recognition. Wikimedia D.C. will teach participants how to become editors and update entries on Wikipedia.com, while MdHS staff will show you how to use archival collections and other reliable source material to further highlight the stories of unsung Marylanders. Participants will need to bring their own laptops. This is a FREE program that includes admission to the museum. Wikimedia DC will also provide lunch.
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!
Join us for our free Family Second Sunday drop-in activity. This month we are celebrating the 1970s and making a local vintage Hon accessory. View 1970s vintage objects from our collection and decorate your own cat eyeglasses. No advanced registration is required.