Launching on Wednesday, May 27 at 7 pm, WTMD will air weekly performances from the BSO Pulse series, which frequently sold out the 2,400-capacity Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore. The performances can be heard on 89.7 FM or streamed live through WTMD's website WTMD.org/radio, the WTMD app and smart speakers.
Please Join the Youth Resiliency Institute in partnership with the Cherry Hill Community Coalition as they virtually celebrate the BLACK HISTORY, CULTURE and SELF-DETERMINATION of South Baltimore’s Historic Cherry Hill community through the CHERRY HILL ARTS & MUSIC VIRTUAL BENEFIT CONCERT!
NEW EPISODES EVERY SATURDAY
The purpose of the show is to provide a critical examination of society and culture through the intersectional lens of race, gender, and class; more specifically it seeks to provide a COUNTER-NARRATIVE. The Show encourages a reflective assessment and critique of unique standpoints and their potential contribution to popular discourse.
Have you always dreamed of writing a play? This summer join us virtually at the Pratt as we partner with the education staff of the Modell Lyric for a biweekly playwriting class that will run for 8 weeks. Learn what makes a play interesting, how to write dialogue, and how to stage your play. You’ll come out of the workshop with a 10-minute play! Each workshop session will be 75 minutes in length. At the end of the workshop series, each participant will have a well-drafted ten-minute play and a Certificate of Completion from the Modell Lyric.
Need a pandemic escape?! Learn the fundamentals of hip-hop, as well as structured choreography. This fun hip-hop series is suitable for all dance levels and will end with a final virtual performance with the whole group!
Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes and have water close by!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Dynamic Discussion and Audience Q&A with the leading men of the 2019 and 2020 Voices of Carmen production.
Tune in LIVE on Tues, July 7th, 1PM for our #CarmenConversation Series.
Online conversations every Thursday at noon starting May 14
Our world is shifting rapidly. We need to shift.
We at Artists U want to work through these shifts together. We want to build positive, rigorous conversations about surviving and thriving during and beyond this time of uncertainty.
Artists have much to contribute at this moment of crisis. By stabilizing our lives, we can activate our skills as artists to create things in our community and our world: new art, structures, connections, and futures.
Join mindfulness meditation teacher Phillip McKnight as he guides us in a weekly basic mindfulness practice on Facebook live!
Phillip is generously donating his time to lead these free sessions. If you would like to show him some love, you may send donations to his PayPal at [email protected]. Phillip has pledged half of all donations to go to Creative Alliance!
THURSDAYS starting MAY 28 | 6 - 6:30PM | FREE | Facebook Live!
Join us every Friday in June, at 2pm, on our Facebook Live as we process the ups and downs of maintaining a healthy relationship during the pandemic, protests, and pride.
Your hosts, Isaiah (he/him) and Valerie (she/they) will talk a little bit about how their week has been, and then open up the conversation for questions, comments, or support around relationships.
STAR TRACK staff will be in the comments of the stream and on standby in our direct messages for questions about resources and linkage to care.
Live music, movement, and games that you can do at home!
Join Dance & Bmore for an Elder Arts Jam for those 65 + yrs and caregivers. Share this with anyone you think would LOVE to Jam!
Go behind the pages with best-selling authors Daniel Silva, Esther Safran Foer and Adeena Sussman, as they reveal essentials of the writing process in virtual conversation with a notable family member or friend. Tickets include books provided by The Ivy Bookshop, and access link to the zoom discussion.
Wed July 15 | 8:00pm: Daniel Silva, acclaimed #1 NYT best-selling author, in conversation with his wife, CNN journalist Jamie Gangel, on his riveting new spy thriller, The Order
How does padding in an 1840s dress expose a case of scoliosis? Why did someone leave a sleeve cuff unfinished on a dress worn to George Washington’s inaugural ball? What do trimmings reveal about a technological revolution in the nineteenth century?
Make an appointment for our Art Law Clinic on July 18th, 2020, 1-4pm! For our July clinic, you can snag a FREE 30-minute consult w/ one of our volunteer attorneys to sort out any general issues or questions you might have!
*Please, one appointment booking time per client(s). Double booking will result in a cancellation of one of your appointment times, no exceptions. Thank you!
Our 25th annual members' extravaganza IS happening!
The 25th Anniversary BIG Show Exhibition & Variety Show opening will take place on Saturday, July 18th, 2020 – and we want you to participate! Don't miss the opportunity to have your artwork on the walls of our main gallery (yes, on our actual walls), or your fabulous talents showcased on our virtual stage. Who knows... you might be the next BIG thing!
Ibram X. Kendi's concept of antiracism reenergizes and reshapes the conversation about racial justice in America--but even more fundamentally, points us toward liberating new ways of thinking about ourselves and each other. Instead of working with the policies and system we have in place, Kendi asks us to think about what an antiracist society might look like, and how we can play an active role in building it.
This month, Maryland Humanities’ living history series goes virtual as the organization raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote. Sherrie Tolliver brings Mary Church Terrell (1863–1954) to life. Born in Tennessee to two formerly enslaved business owners, Terrell helped to found the National Association for Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the National Association for Colored Women’s Clubs (NACWC). She worked with the National Women’s Party in picketing at the White House in support of women’s suffrage.
Global Connections is a monthly virtual leaders ZOOM forum. Moderator ROBERT SIEGEL, award-winning, legendary host of National Public Radio’s All Things Considered (1987 - 2018), interviews experts on society, politics, and the economy and leaders in finance, real estate, technology and medicine to discuss new industry realities and how to navigate the complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On July 22, Robert Siegel will interview:
• US Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire: "Restoring Bipartisanship and Civic Discourse"
Look at Valerie Maynard's art and explore her creative use of everyday objects, then gather your kids and a few art supplies to experiment with making rubbings. This interactive family tour streams live on Facebook and YouTube.