A budget deal approved by Congress restores funding for some national arts and cultural programs, but others will still see reductions.
One of Baltimore’s youth music groups gets a presidential nod. The sounds of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s OrchKids program have reached the White House.
An arts management training program at the Kennedy Center that’s funded by one of the center’s largest donations will move to the University of Maryland next year.
Singer St. Vincent and multimedia artist Doug Aitken are being honored with American Ingenuity Awards at the Smithsonian, along with seven others.
Construction on a 7,000-seat outdoor concert venue is underway in Delmar.
Crowds continue gathering at Baltimore’s 32nd annual Artscape festival in Mount Royal.
The Washington Jewish Film Festival is opening with a lineup of 55 films being shown across the city over the next week.
Williams’ classic play follow the struggles of a Depression-era St. Louis family- consisting of a tortured artist, his overbearing mother and his delicate, disturbed sister- and their efforts to find the meaning and direction for their lives.
The Frederick Arts Council says it’s selling its downtown theater building and bowing out as an incubator for the performing arts.
Politics, schmolitics! Artist John James Anderson’s “Politics as Usual” uses an unconventional medium to that pokes and prods at presidential archetypes typical in Hollywood films and investigates conflicting ideologies within either side of the contemporary two-party diarchy… If you still don’t understand, then I guess you just have to witness it for yourself.
The Baltimore Science Fiction Society hosts a day jam packed with anime watching, manga reading, and board game playing. This event is rated M (Mature) and may contain content unsuitable for persons under 17.