Don those outlandish costumes and join us for our annual screening of the cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” Friday, Oct. 26, at 10 p.m. Tickets are $18 for adults, and $14 for students and seniors.
Christine Mercer-Vernon is a regional artist participating in the current show at Carroll Community College titled Phantom Narrative. The show is being held at the Scott Gallery through Nov. 2 and was organized by Art Department Chair Jessi Hardesty,
"Sinister Speakeasy," a 1920s-themed murder mystery dinner party presented by Whodunnit for Hire and the Best Western Westminster, benefiting the Carroll County Arts Council is set for Nov. 3. Tickets are $75.
On Oct. 13, get ready for “The Return: A Beatles Tribute.” Beatlemania is alive and well, thanks to this tribute band from Atlanta, Georgia. They’ve got the look and sound of the Fab Four. Sing along to your favorite hits from the Ed Sullivan era through the "Sgt. Pepper" album.
This 39-piece traveling exhibit running through Oct. 14 at the Reginald Lewis museum includes artifacts spanning 150 years of the Jim Crow era in the U.S. Such items as a 1906 calendar advertising Rastus Cigars show how stereotypes get formed.
Shifts in population and religious affiliations have left many Baltimore-area churches bereft of congregants. But a congregation’s loss can be a homeowner’s gain as churches get redeveloped into housing stock.
Douglas L. Frost, former vice president of development for the Maryland Institute College of Art who led the way in expanding the Bolton Hill art school, died Friday from heart failure at Springwell Senior Living in Mount Washington. He was 80
The Walters Art Museum director takes the same approach to home decor as her Mount Vernon museum does presenting exhibits. “For me, it’s about the life of the object,” she says. “So it’s not just, you know, when the object was made, who made it. But what is your relationship to it?"
Maryland Institute College of Art professor and Korean-American artist Mina Cheon began displaying her installation "Eat Choco-Pie Together," made up of 100,000 choco pies, at the Busan Biennale in South Korea Saturday.
Happy Labor Day weekend, everyone! As we enter the month of September, we have a lot going on at the Carroll Arts Center. Whether you are a film buff, a concert enthusiast, an art connoisseur or an avid class participant, you can find something to get you in the fall spirit.
Mary Carol Williams, a nurse who changed careers and became a coffee shop owner and later a prolific artist, died of leukemia July 24 at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pa. The former Essex resident was 65.
Commissioners approved for the Office of Tourism to purchase Maiorana’s sculptures for installation outside the Carroll County Government Offices on N. Center Street and the Carroll County Farm Museum in late June, after Tourism Manager Bonnie Staub saw them.
More public art is being created in Bel Air, as artist Marshall Adams puts the finishing touches on an eagle mural on an outer wall of the Armory Marketplace to honor first responders. Adams also painted a mural depicting downtown Bel Air several years ago on the side of the Sheriff's Office HQ.