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.
Kids (ages 6-14) are encouraged to flock to the microphone to express themselves through poetry!
You don’t need a Ouija Board to communicate with the other side. Besides that stuff is all fake, right? (BOO!) Discover music as a means to communicate and connect across cultures.
Still waiting for the reunion of Whose Line is it Anyway? We are too, but in the mean time laugh until you cry, or worse at Baltimondo!
Join DJ 5 Starr the General as he spins a lineup of wild and crazy dance hits complete with glow sticks, hula hoops, and bubbles to ring in the new school year! But wait, there’s more. A limbo contest, spelling bee and some math trivia with prizes are sure to get the brain juices flowing, too. Free popcorn and soda seal the deal.
Have you been living in the monkey house? Artists’ alike can receive constructive criticism and feedback in a casual environment at an open critique held at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson.
Some are doing it just to make their hobby self-sustaining. Others, to bolster their children’s college funds. A few manage to make a real living at it after quitting their 9-to-5 jobs. But all see it as an outlet for their creative energy.
The National Endowment for the Arts is awarding grants to researchers for the first time to investigate the impact of the arts on different parts of society.
Even when kids aren’t in school, Baltimore boasts plenty of learning, exploration and fun. Take advantage of the city’s best five arts and craft options for educational entertainment for creative kids.
He went to high school in Howard County and now he’s a star in the NFL. Aaron Maybin returned to Baltimore Monday to promote arts education, especially for students in low-income areas.