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American University Removes Statue of Le...

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Soul In Motion Players Celebrate 33 Years In Mt. Ranier
On Saturday February 25th at 8 pm and Sunday February 26th at 4 pm Joes Movement Emporium resident artist company Soul In Motion Players Inc. celebrate their 33rd anniversary with their annual Black History Month performance in Mount Rainier MD. This years show Its Our Time features the premiere of Temple Memories choreographed by Rosangela Silvestre. Soul In Motion Inc.s family-friendly show boasts high energy choreography and beloved heart pounding rhythms that salute the richness of the African Diaspora. Tickets can be purchased online at www.joesmovement.org www.joesmovement.org. Ticket amounts are… ... Read More
Published on Sunday, February 26, 2017
Ally Theatre Casting For DC Premiere Of Miz Washington
Ally Theatre Company seeks African-American male and African-American female for the roles of Sucky Boy and Ann Dandridge in the D.C. Premiere of The Most Spectacularly Lamentable Trial of Miz Martha Washington by James Ijames. Breakdown Sucky Boy (also plays Thomas Jefferson Mr. Lawyer Man and Southern Belle) - male 20s-30s light-skinned bi-racial Ann Dandridge female late 40s-50s but doesnt look it - Mulatto half sister of Martha Washington Details - Ally will hold open auditions for these two roles from 5PM-10PM on Sunday February 12th Location TBA Auditionees will… ... Read More
Published on Saturday, February 25, 2017
Only A Few Days Left To Register For Prince Georges Dance Crew
Announcing open registration for Prince Georges County Best Dance Crew. Registration begins today and continues until Friday February 17 2017. Prince Georges Best Dance Crew is a unique dance competition that provides dancers with opportunities to showcase the artistry and technique of dance across all genres. Crews will showcase their best works of skill and performance in a choreographed routine lasting no more than 5 minutes. Up to ten (10) dance crews will compete in the Prince Georges Best Dance Crew Competition on Friday March 3 2017 at the Publick… ... Read More
Published on Friday, February 24, 2017
9 Days Left to See the Student/Faculty Show
February 22–March 5 Closing reception: Sunday, March 5, 2:00–4:00 pmExhibit page We do our best to share what goes on in Art League classrooms, but a lot happens the roughly 1,000 classes, workshops, and camps we have every year. browse #theartleague on InstagramSo once a year, we invite all our students — and our faculty — to share what they’ve done in the past year. The Student/Faculty Show is unjuried, meaning we hang everything that gets submitted: it’s more crowded than a typical show, so make sure you allot time… ... Read More
Published on Friday, February 24, 2017By The Art League
Prince Georges Arts And Humanities Council Grants Open
(Largo MD) The 2017 Prince Georges Arts and Humanities Council grant season is now open. Guidelines and applications are available online at www.pgahc.org www.pgahc.org. The deadline for all applications and required documents is March 17 2017 at 5 p.m. The categories for County Arts Program are: Artist Fellowship Program; County Arts Projects; Cultural Facilities Projects; Emerging Arts Programs; Public Art Building Communities; and Cultural Bridge Programs. The categories for Arts in Education Program are: School-Based Projects; Community-Based Projects; Artist in Residency Projects; Public Art Partnership Projects; and Professional Development Projects.… ... Read More
Published on Thursday, February 23, 2017
We need art supplies!
Hey there, Joe’s Family, Friends & Community! We need art supplies! Can you help us out? Bring your donations to the front desk of Joe’s Movement Emporium at 3309 Bunker Hill Road, Mount Rainier, MD 20712 and keep the projects cranking! Joe’s Supply Wish List • Ball point pens • Black Sharpies • Colored Pencils (Crayola/Rose Art preferred) • Jumbo Crayons (Crayola/Rose Art preferred) • Tracing Paper • Printer Paper • Canvas Board • Canvas Paper • Easels • Cloud Clay • Paint (Acrylic) – Red, Blue, Green, Orange,… ... Read More
Published on Thursday, February 23, 2017By neenajoe
Meet Our Teaching Artists: Nancy Murphy
Where were you born and trained and how did you get to where you are now? I was born in Aliquippa Pa and hence a lifelong Steelers fan. I studied fine arts at Kent State University Ohio earning a BA in art history. I spent 10 years as a US Army officer for field artillery and military intelligence. During that time I served in Germany and got to travel through Europe and study many of the masterpieces. After the Army I changed careers and earned my M.Ed from Chapman University… ... Read More
Published on Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Thank You For Another Amazing Patrons’ Show Fundraiser
This Sunday was the 2017 Patrons’ Show — our biggest annual fundraiser and a whole lot of fun! Hundreds of artworks have left for their new homes (690 artworks, to be exact). Now that things have settled down a bit, here’s a recap and some thank-yous you may have missed. Artist awards First off, we have two more artist awards to announce, for the first piece chosen and the popular vote: Wheat and Juniper, oil on wood, by Sheep Jones (lot #111) was the choice of the first patron… ... Read More
Published on Wednesday, February 22, 2017By The Art League
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