Life Pieces to Masterpieces Announces Ne...

The Board of Directors of Life Pieces to Masterpieces (LPTM) and...

Shanti Norris to Retire After 20 Years a...

It has been over 20 years since Shanti Norris came to...

Artomatic Moves to Crystal City in 2017

Artomatic returns for its signature art event to be held...

DCCAH Statement on Possible NEA Defundin...

Recent news reports have raised the issue of funding cuts...

Stephanie Stebich of Tacoma Art Museum N...

Stephanie Stebich, executive director of the Tacoma Art Museum in...

Capitol Hill Art League Public Banners t...

The venture with the Capitol Hill Business Improvement District (BID)...

Artist Spotlight: Rush Baker IV, a Lega...

The Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center’s most...

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop Announces New...

The Board of Directors of The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop...

Arlington Art Center’s “Cura...

Arlington Arts Center’s Curators Spotlight provides a platform for new...

Tanglewood Works Makes Hyattsville its P...

Tanglewood Works opened its doors at 5132 Baltimore Avenue in...

Fame Jazz Band Applications Open
FAME Foundation for the Advancement of Music & Education Inc. invites middle and high school students who live and/or attend school in Prince Georges County Maryland to apply to its FAME Jazz Band Program (FJBP). Home schooled students are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be committed to playing their musical instrument and performing jazz music. FJBP members receive year-round high caliber music instruction academic and college prep instruction. They perform on major stages and participate in FAMEs signature music technology and enrichment programs at the University of Maryland College Park… ... Read More
Published on Sunday, March 12, 2017
Maryland Art Place Annual Benefit Exhibition And Auction Seeks Artists
Maryland Art Place (MAP) invites all artists to submit to MAPs 20th Annual Spring Benefit & Silent Auction Out of Order (OOO). The iconic fundraiser featuring over 250 artworks music libations and light fare will take place on Friday April 7 2017 at 7 o-clock in the evening. One of the most celebrated annual events among the Baltimore arts community Out of Order provides an opportunity for emerging artists and established professionals to hang their work in a salon-style exhibition while making meaningful connections with patrons at the event. Out… ... Read More
Published on Saturday, March 11, 2017
FAME Summer Music & Enrichment Programs
For more info visit FAMEORG.org/Summer2017 FAMEORG.org/Summer2017 ... Read More
Published on Friday, March 10, 2017
Orange Grove Dance needs YOUR stories
Orange Grove Dance returns to Joe’s Movement Emporium with their newest project, 1 MILE RADIUS PROJECT-Experiencing Space Differently which will culminate with a performance piece on Friday, April 14th that will begin at 7 pm at Joe’s Movement Emporium, in Mount Rainier, MD move through the neighborhood, and end at Brentwood Arts Exchange in the Gateway Arts Center in Brentwood, MD.  ABOUT THE PROJECT NextLOOK Artist, Orange Grove Dance will be exploring the unique spaces within a one-mile radius of Joe’s Movement Emporium. We are interested in how dance, film, and… ... Read More
Published on Friday, March 10, 2017By neenajoe
Cities, Remixed by Heidi Nam
Against the Force, mixed media, by Heidi Nam Like the cities they depict, these mixed media artworks are layered, built and rebuilt with deconstructed bits and pieces. Heidi Nam’s “Netted: Morphological State of Our Urban Space” is a meditation on the rapid pace of change in cities. It started with a trip to Korea, where Nam found her hometown changed: familiar but unfamiliar at the same time. Maps, nature, patterns, and grids all spilled over into her artwork. Nexus II, mixed media, by Heidi Nam The pieces you see in… ... Read More
Published on Thursday, March 9, 2017By The Art League
Draw-a-Bird Day for March brings smallest and largest birds
We got hummingbirds and eagles and lots in between. Special tribute to Eileen, who sent drew two birds, one done digitally and one done the old-fashioned way. Also, special note that two of the birds are drawn by youngsters. Here are this month’s birds. Eileen Leahy: Takahe [a New Zealand bird]. iPhone 4s app. Eileen Leahy: Hummingbird in Costa Rica. Wax pastels. Eileen says this may be a green-breasted mango. What do you birders think? Jack Doyle, age 12: Eagle. Watercolor pencils and pastels. Jack is Anne Shields’s grandson. Erin… ... Read More
Published on Thursday, March 9, 2017By wisemarian
Aerial Yoga for the Average “Joe” at Joe’s
Find yourself sighing over perfectly instagrammed yoga goddesses folded into a flower wearing nothing by Lycra? SIGH NO MORE. You and your beautiful body can benefit from and experience the magic of aerial yoga right here in Mount Rainier, MD. Join UpSpring Studio’s Kirsty Little Mondays at Joe’s Movement Emporium for an aerial yoga class that is accessible and enjoyable for bodies of all ages and abilities. Little describes her class as a”a combination of aerial fabrics, yoga poses, with a healthy does of humor.” WHAT: Aerial Yoga WHEN: Mondays at… ... Read More
Published on Wednesday, March 8, 2017By neenajoe
Yayoi Kusama exhibit at the Hirschorn is powerful and stunning
From Anne Shields: Today I had the pleasure of experiencing the “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors show at the Hirschhorn Museum. And an “experience” is exactly what it is. Yayoi Kusama: Aftermath of Obliteration The “Infinity Mirrors” are rooms of mirrors created by 87-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.  Only two people can enter a room at the same time, and it is a destabilizing feeling to be surrounded by lights and mirrors that blink and twinkle and make you feel that you’re losing your balance. Phillip Kennicott, the Washinigton Post’s art critic, criticized… ... Read More
Published on Tuesday, March 7, 2017By wisemarian
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