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PLAYING A BIGGER ROLE

THE BALTIMORE SUN

It's a celebration of Baltimore culture, of the season, of the arts. It's that ultimate summer escape in the city. It's Artscape.

For the 24th year, Artscape will fill the streets along the Mount Royal Avenue corridor with three days of live entertainment, visual arts, fashion, family fun and food. Admission is free.

Visitors to the numerous indoor and outdoor venues, stages and stands will browse arts and crafts from local artisans, watch films, street theater and live dance, catch continuous musical performances by local and national talent and much more.

Each year, thanks to the wealth of artistic, visual and vocal talent, Artscape draws quite a crowd. By some estimates, 500,000 people attended the three-day festival last year. A huge crowd is expected again this year.

And for many of those visitors, when they think Artscape, they think music - namely, four stages of music.

This year, headliners include Boyz II Men and Morris Day and the Time tomorrow, Vivian Green, Q-Tip and Maxi Priest on Saturday, and Jah Works and Shaggy on Sunday. Also, the Southern alternative-rock band Drive-By Truckers will take the stage Saturday.

But beyond the music, there's outdoor sculpture on display throughout the festival, juried art exhibitions, performances at Theatre Project and opera in the Brown Center at Maryland Institute College of Art.

"It's a chance for people to sample opera," says Tracy Baskerville, spokeswoman for the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts. "If you don't have a chance to go to opera during the year, or if you're bringing your kids and you want to expose them to opera, here's a chance to do it for free and get them interested in it. And with theater, it's a chance to experience a variety of performances, as well."

The four stages of music are the University of Baltimore Stage, The Sun/LIVE Stage, the Festival Stage and the DJ Culture Stage.

"The DJ Culture Stage was a stage we added last year," Baskerville says. "And it was so popular that we're bringing it back. It became this great eclectic community with folks dancing and having breakdancing contests."

This year, visitors will hear local, national and international DJs, including Biz Markie on Sunday.

And what would a festival be without the food? American, Italian, Mexican, Indian, Chinese, Greek, Polish, Thai and Jamaican foods will be available at the Food Court, which opens earlier than usual.

"This year, we're opening at noon," Baskerville says. "We've noticed in the past that people would come earlier to get their spot on the hill. And people were walking around. So we said, 'Let's open at noon for lunch.' Also, we're going to have all the vendors open at the Artists' Market."

There are some other changes this year. Artscape has added fashion to its itinerary.

"In the last couple of years, we've been approached by local people in the fashion community, and they wanted to be a part of Artscape," Baskerville says. "So [this year] we'll have about 25 booths with boutique owners and fashion designers selling their designs. It's all original art. And we've added fashion shows this year. We're building a runway, and there will be fashion shows all three days."

Another change is the addition of the Mayor's Billie Holiday Vocal Competition.

"In the past, it had been in April at Center Stage," Baskerville says. "The winner usually won a chance to perform at Artscape. And we'd been looking for a bigger venue. So we're now doing it at the Meyerhoff. It's still free and open. And everyone can come in and listen to the semifinalists perform. And we've added a new category of People's Choice. So we have the people voting, as well as the judges. And then the next day at noon, the winners take the stage."

Also new this year is an expanded children's area. Baskerville says that after conducting surveys last year and discovering that visitors had trouble finding the children's area or did not realize that there were many children's activities, they decided to make the kids' area grander and better.

"We've really made an effort this year to make the children's area bigger," she says. "We're using that entire area in front of the Meyerhoff called Pearlstone Park. We're adding more hands-on activities for the kids. And we'll have the kids' area opening on Friday. In the past, it was only open on Saturday and Sunday."

So no doubt - kids, music fans, art lovers, theater-goers, dance fans and opera buffs will have plenty to do, see and learn over the next three days.

"[We] really want people to walk away with an appreciation of the arts. Not just one aspect of it. Not just the music. Not just theater. But arts as a whole. To really understand how much impact the arts have on your life," Baskerville says.

Weather

Given the heat and humidity predictions for Artscape weekend, organizers have taken some precautions to keep visitors comfortable.

Misting tents will be at the Main Stage and the Festival Stage.

Water stations will be near both stages, in the kids' area and by the food court.

First aid is available at Oliver Street and Mount Royal Avenue.

ENTERTAINMENT

SUN/LIVE! STAGE

1400 Cathedral St. at Mount Royal Avenue

Tomorrow

noon: Air Dance Bernasconi, aerial dance

4:15 p.m.: Air Dance Bernasconi, aerial dance

5:30 p.m.: Greg Hatza Organization, jazz

7 p.m.: Morris Day and the Time, rhythm and blues

8:30 p.m.: Boyz II Men, contemporary rhythm and blues

Saturday

noon: Maria Broom and the Dance Girls of Baltimore, local youth dance

1 p.m.: Esthero, jazz/hip-hop/soul

2:30 p.m.: The Crawdaddies, Cajun/zydeco

4 p.m.: Chris Glover, modern rock

5:30 p.m.: Lafayette Gilchrest and the New Volcanoes, jazz

7 p.m.: Vivian Green, rhythm and blues

8:30 p.m.: Q-Tip, hip-hop

Sunday

noon: From Bebop to Hip Hop, featuring Sankofa Drummers, Western High School Dance Team and Guardian: Preservation Dance Project

1:15 p.m.: Archie Edwards Heritage Foundation, acoustic blues, presented by the Baltimore Blues Society

2:45 p.m.: The Eubie Blake Legacy Band, jazz

4:30 p.m.: Jah Works, reggae

6:30 p.m.: Shaggy, reggae/hip hop

FESTIVAL STAGE

Mount Royal Avenue near Lafayette Street

Tomorrow

noon: Tap dance performances

5 p.m.: Danielia Cotton, soul/funk

6:30 p.m.: 2 Skinnee J's, hip-hop

8 p.m.: The Disco Biscuits, trancefusion

Saturday

noon: Latin Beats, featuring Arte Flamenco and Baltimore Tango

1:15 p.m.: LaChica Records Galaxy of Stars, featuring Automatic Slim and Glenn Moomau, Laura Pellegrino, Lazzy Lenny, Linwood Taylor, Detroit Slim, and Rude Dog's Rhythm Revue

5:15 p.m.: O'Malley's March, Celtic rock

6:45 p.m.: Maxi Priest, reggae

8:30 p.m.: Drive By Truckers, Southern/alternative rock

Sunday

noon: 16th annual Mayor's Billie Holiday Vocal Competition winners

1:15 p.m.: Kendra and the Family, neo-soul

2:15 p.m.: The Roger Girke Band, funky blues, presented by the Baltimore Blues Society

3:45 p.m.: TBA

5:15 p.m.: Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Latin big band

6:45 p.m.: Ozomatli, Latin rock

UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE STAGE

University of Baltimore parking lot at Oliver Street and Mount Royal Avenue, inside the Artscape Food Court.

Tomorrow

noon: Wzt Hearts, experimental

1:30 p.m.: David Brown Quartet, jazz

4:30 p.m.: Trio Richochet, jazz

6 p.m.: Double Dagger, post-punk

7:30 p.m.: Kelle Webb, rock/folk

9 p.m.: Dagmar and the Seductones, roots rock

Saturday

noon: Kevin Robinson, jazz

1:30 p.m.: Naked Blue, folk

3 p.m.: Chopteeth, Afro-funk

4:30 p.m.: The Seldon Plan, alternative rock

6 p.m.: Sarah Pinsker, rock/folk

7:30 p.m.: Motor Morons, rock

9 p.m.: The Players, ska/reggae

Sunday

12:30 p.m.: Ehrael Rivers, gospel/jazz

2 p.m.: Krystle Estwick, neo-soul

3:30 p.m.: Baltimore Islanders Band, steel drum

5 p.m.: LVT, acoustic rock

6:30 p.m.: Swingin' Swamis, jazz and world rhythms

DJ CULTURE STAGE

Mount Royal Avenue and Charles Street

Tomorrow

noon-1 p.m.: Matt Walter (Underground / Ottobar, Baltimore)

1 p.m.-2 p.m.: Joe Kopasek (Kidz That Groove)

2 p.m.-3 p.m.: DJ Sun (www.dcubed .us / Ultraworld / www.nexusartists .com)

3 p.m.-4 p.m.: Derek Fenwick (Sonar / Ultraworld)

4 p.m.-5 p.m.: Patrick Scientific (WEAA 88.9 FM / Audio Infusion)

5 p.m.-6:30 p.m.: Downtempo Sound System (John Ask / Chris Brooks / Dan Gee)

6:30 p.m.-8 p.m.: Baltimore Afrobeat Society

8 p.m.-10 p.m.: Buscemi (Down Sail Recordings)

Saturday

noon-1 p.m.: Audio Fix

1 p.m.-2 p.m.: Speak-n-Spin featuring Olu Butterfly (Poetry for the People, Baltimore) and DJ Nat Turntables

2 p.m.-4 p.m.: Platinum Pied Pipers

4 p.m.-6 p.m.: Nickodemus and the Endangered Species Band (Wonderwheel Recordings, N.Y.)

6 p.m.-7 p.m.: Ultra Nate presents Jeada (BluFire / Sugar Music Recordings, Baltimore)

7 p.m.-8 p.m.: DJ Ulken (Red Maple, Baltimore)

8 p.m.-10 p.m.: Halo (CityDeep Music / Large, San Diego)

Sunday

noon-1 p.m.: Jeannie Hopper (Liquid Sound Lounge, N.Y.)

1 p.m.-2 p.m.: Labtekwon (Ankh Ba Records, Baltimore)

2 p.m.-3 p.m.: Chris Rockswell, Donnie Darko with special guest Spankrock

3 p.m.-5 p.m.: Fort Knox Five (Fort Knox Recordings, DC)

5 p.m.-6 p.m.: Technics (Defected Records, London/Coder Red Records/Gigi Records, Baltimore)

6 p.m.-8 p.m.: Biz Markie

PERFORMING ARTS

THEATER

Baltimore Theatre Project at 45 W. Preston St.

Tomorrow

4:30 p.m.: Esau Bangura, Rhythm in the Flesh

6:30 p.m.: Run of the Mill Theater, Variations on Desire

8:30 p.m.: The Mobtown Players, The Early Monday Morning Show

Saturday

12:30 p.m.: Shakespeare Summer Camp, Much Ado About Nothing

2:30 p.m.: The Vagabond Acting Troupe, Frontier Tales

4:30 p.m.: Excellent Productions, Music in My Soul

6:30 p.m.: Theatre of the Rising Sun, Shakespeare in Sable

8:30 p.m.: Baltimore Improv Group Inc., Few Bricks Shy

Sunday

12:30 p.m.: The Jewish Museum, Levy's Ghost

2:30 p.m.: Bunky Productions, Smile and Time

4:30 p.m.: Center Stage's Encounter Program, Designer Genes/After the Fall

6:30 p.m.: Steven Schutzman, Tree Man

DANCE

Langsdale Auditorium is inside the Langsdale Library on the University of Baltimore campus, 1420 Maryland Ave. (entrance off Oliver Street).

Tomorrow

noon: Air Dance Bernasconi, The Sun/LIVE! Stage

noon: Tap Dance Baltimore-Style, Festival Stage

12:30 p.m.: Praise Dance, Langsdale Auditorium, Kingdom Priest, LeRe Dance, Baltimore Dance Ensemble, Coppin State University, New Lebanon Calvary Baptist Church Dance Ministry, and Promised Child Productions Dance Team and Youth Choir.

4:15 p.m.: Air Dance Bernasconi, The Sun/LIVE! Stage

6 p.m.: Welcome to Artscape, Langsdale Auditorium, Baltimore Dance Tech, Morton Street Dance Center, Towson Dance Division, Flair Dance Studio and White Marsh Academy

8 p.m.: Salsa Dance Workshop, Langsdale Auditorium

Saturday

noon: Maria Broom and the Dance Girls of Baltimore, The Sun/LIVE! Stage

noon: Latin Beats, Festival Stage, Arte Flamenco and Tango Baltimore

noon: Global Expressions, Langsdale Auditorium

2 p.m.: Young Audiences of Maryland Presents Dance, Langsdale Auditorium, Featuring Ballet Theater of Maryland, Footworks Dance Ensemble and Anna Menendez.

5 p.m.: Reflections, Langsdale Auditorium, the Washington Reflections Dance Company

Sunday

noon: From Bebop to Hip Hop, The Sun/LIVE! Stage

noon: Modern Times, Langsdale Auditorium, Full Circle Dance Company, Phoenix Dance Company and Dance Matrix

4:45 p.m. and 6 p.m.: Beginning Ballroom, Festival Stage, Spanish Harlem Orchestra and Ozomatli performances.

OPERA

Brown Center at 1301 Mount Royal Ave.

Saturday

2 p.m. and 5 p.m.: The Tale of Johnny S. Kickey, Baltimore Opera Company

Sunday

2 p.m. and 5 p.m.: The Tale of Johnny S. Kickey, Baltimore Opera Company

FAMILY FUN PARK

FAMILY PERFORMANCE TENT

Tomorrow

noon: Daria Barberi: animated, interactive stories from foreign lands

1 p.m.: TBA

2 p.m.: Synetic Theater: Pantomime for Youth, pantomime traditions combined with dance, clowning and music

3 p.m.: Bay Street Brass Works, the history of brass instruments from classical to blues to jazz

4 p.m.: Ssuuna, African dance, drums and stories from Uganda

5 p.m.: Silly Socks Puppet Theatre, colorful puppets, rap and other music

6 p.m.: Maria Broom, the Story Dancer and Jali-D, the Drum Talker

7 p.m.: Jali-D, the Drum Talker

Saturday

noon: TBA

1 p.m.: Jerry Brown, magic, music and a monkey

2 p.m.: Taikoza, Japanese music and dance

3 p.m.: Moziah Saleem, African drummer introduces the tone purpose and origin of each drum

4 p.m.: Time For Sign, interactive storytelling using American Sign Language

5 p.m.: Faustwork Mask Theater, a blend of monologue, physical comedy and theater that explores the use of masks

6 p.m.: Almost Recess, a cappella group

7 p.m.: Baltimore Shakespeare Festival

Sunday

noon: TBA

1 p.m.: Jerry Brown, magic, music and a monkey

2 p.m.: Candace Wolf, storytelling

3 p.m.: Almost Recess, a cappella group

4 p.m.: Mike Wiley portrays Henry "Box" Brown, a runaway slave who becomes a free man

5 p.m.: Faustwork Mask Theater engages a blend of monologue, physical comedy and theater that explores the use of masks throughout history

6 p.m.: Bob Smith, living history actor, brings a variety of characters back to life

7 p.m.: Arianna Ross, storyteller who blends movement, music and performing arts

HANDS ON ARTSCAPE

In the Family Fun Park

Tomorrow

noon: Stage Combat by Baltimore Shakespeare Festival. Children and adults learn how professional actors make their make-believe fights look real.

2 p.m.: Artscape Kaleidoscopes by Joan Brady. Children ages 7 and up make their own Artscape kaleidoscopes.

4 p.m.: Soul Train Poems by Poetry for the People Baltimore. Join several young poets in creating a Soul Train Poem.

Saturday

noon: Bookmaking by Kristen Tieri. See how paper is made and create your own hardcover accordion book.

2 p.m.: Artscape Kaleidoscopes by Joan Brady.

4 p.m.: Soul Train Poems.

6 p.m.: Songwriting

Sunday

noon: How to Perform Spoken Word Poetry by BLEEK Presents Sire Reigns, D'ciple and Da Truth, spoken-word artists who share techniques on how to perform spoken-word poetry.

2 p.m.: Artscape Kaleidoscopes by Joan Brady.

4 p.m.: Soul Train Poems.

PEARLSTONE PARK

Cathedral and Preston streets

Tomorrow

5 p.m.: Beowulf T. Wonderbunny, Traveling Show of Mystery, comedy and magic show

7 p.m.: Chuck Flayhart: Evidence of a Misspent Childhood, magicomedy and juggling show

Saturday and Sunday

1 p.m.: Kinderman

2 p.m.: Sleight of Hand, magician Jason Moffetts

3 p.m.: Jerry Brown, music, magic and a monkey.

4 p.m.: Brian Rudo, fast-paced blend of comedy and danger.

5 p.m.: Sport Stackers. Maryland students stack and rearrange cups in a variety of patterns that are based on mathematics, hand-eye coordination and ambidexterity.

6 p.m.: Dai Andrews, sword swallower

7 p.m.: Evan Young , comedy and juggling, Saturday only

7 p.m.: Joe Palanzo Kenpo Karate, Sunday only

STREET THEATER

Maryland Institute College of Art main building steps

Tomorrow

3 p.m.: Evan Young, comedy and juggling.

4 p.m.: Mystic Warriors, music from the South American Andes.

5 p.m.: Mystic Warriors, music from the Andes.

6 p.m.: Kangaroo Kids, jump rope team.

7 p.m.: Beowulf T. Wonderbunny, Traveling Show of Mystery

Saturday and Sunday

1 p.m.: Student Dance Collective

2 p.m.: Dai Andrews, sword swallower

3 p.m.: Kinderman

4 p.m.: Evan Young, Saturday only

4 p.m.: Joe Palanzo Kenpo Karate, Sunday only

5 p.m.: Jack Julius, magic shows, mime and entertainment.

6 p.m.: Farafina Kan, percussion, song, choreography and African drumming and dancing.

7 p.m.: Sport Stackers. Maryland students stack and rearrange cups in a variety of patterns that are based on mathematics, hand-eye coordination and ambidexterity.

Dolphin Street at Mount Royal Avenue

Tomorrow

12:30 p.m.: Mystic Warriors

1:30 p.m.: Mystic Warriors

4:30 p.m.: Chuck Flayhart: Evidence of a Misspent Childhood

5:30 p.m.: TBA

6:30 p.m.: TBA

7:30 p.m.: Kangaroo Kids

Saturday and Sunday

1:30 p.m.: Jack Julius

2:30 p.m.: Student Dance Collective

3:30 p.m.: Sleight of Hand by magician Jason Moffetts

4:30 p.m.: Dai Andrews

5:30 p.m.: Brian Rudo, fast-paced blend of comedy and danger

6:30 p.m.: Kinderman

7:30 p.m.: Farafina Kan

STROLLING ENTERTAINMENT

Throughout the festival

Saturday and Sunday

1 p.m.-7 p.m.: Mystic Warriors

2 p.m.-7 p.m.: Jerry Brown

VISUAL ARTS

ON-SITE EXHIBITIONS

Through July 31: Artscape at the BMA/Observation Deck , Thalheimer Gallery, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Art Museum Drive at North Charles and 31st streets, 410-396-7100, www.artbma.org

Through July 31: Artscape/BMA Juried Exhibition , Meyerhoff Gallery, Fox Building, Maryland Institute College of Art, 1303 W. Mount Royal Ave., 410-225-2300, www.mica.edu.

Through July 31: Alphabet, Bunting Center, Maryland Institute College of Art, 1401 W. Mount Royal Ave., 410-225-2300, www.mica.edu.

Through Sunday: Mothership; A Two-Part Exhibition of Portable Outdoor Sculpture, 1300 block of Mount Royal Avenue and city-wide

Through April 15: Outdoor Sculpture - Substantive; in material, in spirit, in idea, in form, Mount Royal Avenue between Cathedral and Lanvale streets and Pearlstone Park

Through Sunday: Independent Gallery Pavilion/Quick mART (2005 Independent Gallery Pavilion), 1200 block of Mount Royal Ave.

Through Sunday: Tube Family, 1300 block of Mount Royal Ave.; Pearlstone Park

Tomorrow through Sunday: 12th annual Art Car Show: The art cars' annual caravan through the streets is Saturday at 1 p.m.

Tomorrow through Sunday: Money Eating Machine, Mount Royal Avenue at Light Rail

Through Sunday: We Are Where You See Us, Theatre Project, John Fonda Gallery, 45 W. Preston St., 410-752-8558, www.theatreproject .org

Saturday and Sunday: Bright StARTS Children's Art Exhibition, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall lobby, 1212 Cathedral St., 410-396-4641, www.school33.org

Saturday and Sunday: The Xiamen China Photography Contest Winners Exhibit, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall lobby, 1212 Cathedral St., 410-396-3190

OFF SITE EXHIBITIONS

Through Aug. 14: Medium. Area 405, 405 E. Oliver St., 410-528-2101, www.area405.com

Through July 31: Visions, Dreams and Other Inventions, The Gallery at CCBC Catonsville, 800 S. Rolling Road, Catonsville, 410-455-4429

Through Saturday: Formalized Boredom, Creative Alliance, Amalie Rothschild Gallery, 3134 Eastern Ave., 410-276-1651, www.creativealliance .org

Through Aug. 13: KUUMBA (Creativity), Eubie Blake Cultural Center, 847 N. Howard St., 410-225-3130

Through Jan. 8: The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 830 E. Pratt St., 443-263-1800, www.african americanculture.org

Through Aug. 21: Chun-Lan Li, Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., 410-578-1919, www.baltimoreclay works.org

Through Aug. 20: Human Conditions, Maryland Art Place, 8 Market Place, Suite 100, 410-962-8565, www.mdartplace.org

Through Aug. 6: (re)alignments, Gormley Gallery, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 4701 N. Charles St., 410-532-5582, www.ndm.edu/gormleygallery

Through Wednesday: ROY G. BIV, Rosenberg Gallery, Goucher College, 1021 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, 410-337-6333, www.goucher.edu/Rosenberg

Through July 30: Three One-Person Shows (The River, New Works and Ex Libris: Rethinking the Library), School 33 Art Center, 1427 Light St., 410-396-4641, www.school33.org

Through Aug. 6: Mind/Self, Villa Julie College Gallery, 1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, 410-486-7000, www.vjc.edu

FASHION

Gordon Plaza on the University of Baltimore campus, Mount Royal Avenue at Maryland Avenue.

Tomorrow

noon-12:15 p.m.: Le'Sheea Inc.

1 p.m.-1:15 p.m.: Mahogany Blu

5 p.m.-5:15 p.m.: Recollections by Jerome Randall

5:30 p.m.-5:45 p.m.: Carlous Palmer

6 p.m.-6:15 p.m.: Enrique Fashions

6:30 p.m.-6:45 p.m.: Natural Feelings

7 p.m.-7:15 p.m.: FAM (Fashion at Morgan)

Saturday

2 p.m.-2:15 p.m.: Jaiku

2:30 p.m.-2:45 p.m.: Designs By Request

3 p.m.-3:15 p.m.: The Hearty Project

3:30 p.m.-3:45 p.m.: seventy.nine clothing

4 p.m.-4:15 p.m.: Lacey Kalivoda

4:30 p.m.-4:45 p.m.: Katwalk Boutique

5 p.m.-5:15 p.m.: Design-N-Sew

5:30 p.m.-5:45 p.m.: bored?; 6'2"

6 p.m.-6:15 p.m.: GET Style and Productions

Sunday

1 p.m.-1:15 p.m.: Eunique-Chic

1:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m.: Epiphany Couture by Tiffany Sumler

2 p.m.-2:15 p.m.: Beloved Boutique

2:30 p.m.-2:45 p.m.: Rae Cumbie Custom Clothing

3 p.m.-3:15 p.m.: Sultry Touch Collection

3:30 p.m.-3:45 p.m.: Jill Stern Wearable Art

4 p.m.-4:15 p.m.: Morona Inc.

4:30 p.m.-4:45 p.m.: The Fashion Fields

5 p.m.-5:15 p.m.: Dennya Co., LLC

FILM: SHORTS IN A TENT

An air-conditioned tent on Oliver Street parking lot.

Tomorrow

noon: Program One: Comedy (30 minutes)

1 p.m.: Program Two: Musicals (36 minutes)

2 p.m.: Program Three: Animated (34 minutes)

3 p.m.: Program Four: Avant Garde (25 minutes)

4 p.m.: Program Five: Documentary (36 minutes)

5 p.m.: Program One: Comedy (30 minutes)

6 p.m.: Program Two: Musicals (36 minutes)

7 p.m.: Program Three: Animated (34 minutes)

Saturday

1 p.m.: Program Four: Avant Garde (25 minutes)

2 p.m.: Program Five: Documentary (36 minutes)

3 p.m.: Program One: Comedy (30 minutes)

4 p.m.: Program Two: Musicals (36 minutes)

5 p.m.: Program Three: Animated (34 minutes)

6 p.m.: Program Four: Avant Garde (25 minutes)

7 p.m.: Program Five: Documentary (36 minutes)

Sunday

1 p.m.: Program One: Comedy (30 minutes)

2 p.m.: Program Two: Musicals (36 minutes)

3 p.m.: Program Three: Animated (34 minutes)

4 p.m.: Program Four: Avant Garde (25 minutes)

5 p.m.: Program Five: Documentary (36 minutes)

6 p.m.: Program One: Comedy (30 minutes)

HANDS-ON

In front of the Brown Center, unless otherwise noted

Tomorrow

noon: How to Perform Spoken Word Poetry

1 p.m.: Gestural Drawings by Martin Goggins, learn to draw and paint figures in gesture.

2 p.m.: Stage Combat by Baltimore Shakespeare Festival

4 p.m.: Mexican Dance

6 p.m.: Akan Music from Ghana

8 p.m.: Irish Fiddling

8 p.m.: Salsa Fun for Everyone

Saturday

noon: Baltimore Ironworking

2 p.m.: Punch and Judy

4 p.m.: How to Perform Spoken Word Poetry

5 p.m.: Gestural Drawings

6 p.m.: Ache Africa!

7 p.m.: Urban Line Dancing

8 p.m.: Bebop Jazz

Sunday

noon: Dorchester Marshways

2 p.m.: Eastern Shore Verbal Art

4 p.m.: South Indian Carnatic Percussion

6 p.m.: Ache Africa!

7 p.m.: Urban Line Dancing

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