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  • Seniors start season at breakfast with council member Mary Lehman [South Laurel/Montpelier]

    Season's greetings to all South Laurel/Montpelier residents! Council member Mary Lehman, who represents District 1 on the Prince George's County Council, hosted a rousing kickoff of the holiday with her third annual Senior Appreciation Breakfast for...
  • Summer camp guide 2014

    Summer camp guide 2014
    Anne Arundel County Abrakadoodle Art Education Various locations 410-381-5566 lmarianelli@abrakadoodle.com abrakadoodle.com/md04 June 23-Aug. 22 Ages 2-11 Art camps for children at local convenient locations. The most comprehensive art program that...
  • Heritage Ramblers to put on show in HdG Saturday

    Let the music play, dear readers! Mary Boehly informed me about a free, open to the public concert by the USAF Heritage Ramblers Saturday at 3 p.m. in Havre de Grace United Methodist Church, 101 S. Union Ave., Havre de Grace. Sponsored by the Havre de...
  • Sculpting mixed medium metaphors at HCC

    The two artists who have separate exhibits at Howard Community College are artists-in-residence at Baltimore Clayworks. Although their exhibited sculptural objects incorporate ceramics, as you would expect, these are mixed medium creations whose materials...
  • Former Baltimore Clayworks director opens art gallery on The Avenue in Hampden

    Former Baltimore Clayworks director opens art gallery on The Avenue in Hampden
    A deliberately cracked ceramic platter, entitled "Platter," hangs prominently on a wall at the new art gallery Schulman Project, on The Avenue in Hampden. Made by artist Steven Young Lee, director of the Archie Bray Foundation, in Helena, Mont., it...
  • Seeing 'Red': Absorbing play about Mark Rothko

    Seeing 'Red': Absorbing play about Mark Rothko
    It's talky, contrived and a little creaky, but John Logan's "Red," the two-actor play on the boards at Everyman Theatre, is also remarkably absorbing, even uplifting. Who knew art history could be so much fun? Sorry, that sounds flip. And "Red" is...
  • Gliese goes outdoors by going inside her imagination

    Gliese goes outdoors by going inside her imagination
    It is in Marian Gliese's nature to see the natural world in a slightly abstracted and very colorful way. Her exhibit of paintings at the Artists' Gallery, "Nature's Kaleidoscope," features trees, birds, flowers and landscapes that reflect this artist's...
  • Students, artists and churchgoers collaborate to create 'Congregate' exhibit at MICA

    Students, artists and churchgoers collaborate to create 'Congregate' exhibit at MICA
    The old arched red wooden door to the Seventh Metro Church is less that two blocks from the modern glass-and-steel panel that floats in front of the Maryland Institute College of Art's newest exhibition space. They bring to mind two different eras and...
  • Many roads this weekend lead to art in county

    Many roads this weekend lead to art in county
    It seems appropriate that the three-artist exhibit at the Howard County Arts Council, "Tension and Flow: Sculpture in Flux," sprawls over so much of the floor and walls in its Gallery I. Art will seem to cover much of Howard County this weekend, as the...
  • Push and slay: Abdu Ali finds his voice

    Push and slay: Abdu Ali finds his voice
    DOWNLOAD: Abdu Ali, "Push + Slay" Sitting outside a Mid-Town Belvedere coffee shop on a warm October afternoon, Abdu Ali Eaton was dressed a lot like his music sounds. He wore beat-to-hell pink-and-yellow Adidas high-tops, black sweatpants that...
  • One woman's life, as depicted by her dad

    One woman's life, as depicted by her dad
    The only daughter of eminent French artist Henri Matisse lived a long, eventful life. That is not what some might have predicted for Marguerite Matisse, who is the subject of an intimate, intriguing new exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art. In 1901,...
  • Lewis Museum struggles with attendance, fundraising

    Lewis Museum struggles with attendance, fundraising
    The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, which opened in Baltimore with great fanfare in 2005, has fallen short of attendance and fundraising goals — forcing the state to shore up its finances. During the past...