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The Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) Visual Artists’ Registry is one of the most utilized resources offered to artists, curators, and those who wish to familiarize themselves with working artists in Maryland. This FREE resource, which is housed and maintained by Maryland Art Place, contains the biographical information and images of over 3,000 artists, artisans and designers.
Visit http://www.msac.org/artistsregistry today to find artists or join the registry!
GBCA announces Free Brown Bag Discussion – “Fear and Loathing: Demystifying the Simple Art of Writing a Grant”
Tuesday, April 17, 2012 – 12:00 – 1:30 pm
The Robert W. Deutsch Foundation
1122 Kenilworth Drive, Suite 201, Towson, MD
“Fear and Loathing: Demystifying the Simple Art of Writing a Grant” with speakers Melissa Warlow, Executive Director of the William G. Baker Memorial, Jr. Fund, Lara Hall, Senior Program Officer at The Blaustein Philanthropic Group, Fronda Cohen, Director, Baltimore County Arts and Sciences Commission.
Join us for advice from the experts who will discuss the ins and outs of writing winning proposals. Networking and lunch begin at noon followed by the program at 12:30. Bring your lunch and GBCA will provide drinks and desert.
RSVP on Facebook or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
January 21, 2012: 12 – 4pm
Join the B.R.O.S., Maryland’s premiere marauding rock & roll theater horde, for a stage-craft workshop of epic “prop”-portions! Using ancient relics and artifacts from the far corners of Charm City, the B.R.O.S. will repurposed items such as, sousaphones and hula-hoops into giant, blinking eye-stalks, paper towel tubes into sticks of dynamite, and empty boxes of Natty Boh into robots and suits of armor. Learn the secrets of their wizardry and participate in the B.R.O.S. next original mind-blowing production, Valhella: The Ragnarockopera!!!
For all skill levels, younglings welcome.
The workshop takes place at Maryland Art PlaceMaryland Art Place
8 Market Place, Suite 100
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
RSVP by emailing Sofia Rutka at email@example.com
For more information about the B.R.O.S. visit baltimorerockopera.org.
Saturday, January 14th from 2 – 4pm.
Hosted by Judy Kurjan. In conjunction with Flux/us Dance Projects performance of The Key is Only One, choreographed by Judy Kurjan with selected works by Anne Reeder and Beth McKee Elliott. For more information, go to http://mdartplace.org/
Saturday, Oct 22 – 1pm to 4pm
Come out and learn from DROP THREE IMPROV the ins and outs of Improv and Sketch Comedy. This four hour Intro to Improv is taught by Ron Burr, Creative Director of Drop Three Improv, and company members.
Register online at http://www.spotlighters.org (TICKETS) or at the door!
Bring your funny bone – and let’s laugh!
Sept. 24: 2:00 to 4:00, at MAP, 8 Market Place, Baltimore, MD 21201
A good estate plan can ensure that an artist’s legacy is honored, but creating one can be tough. Artists and collectors face unique estate planning issues due to the unique nature of their creative assets, which may be illiquid and difficult to value. Get tips from MLA Board Member and PNC Bank Vice President Colleen McCloskey and MLA volunteer Meredith Martin Esq. of Meredith Blake Martin PA. Free, but reservations required. RSVP to Emily@mdartplace.org.
Oct. 29: 2:00 to 4:00 at MAP, 8 Market Place, Baltimore, MD 21201
CPA Jonathan Mayo, City Paper’s Best Accountant for Starving Artists, covers basic accounting for artists, including recordkeeping, spreadsheets, accounting software, and taxes. Artists have to spend money on materials, studio space and research trips. Come to this session to learn how and why you should keep great records and which of those expenses are deductible. Free, but reservations required. RSVP to Emily@mdartplace.org.