Thursday, May 27, 2010
The Baltimore Museum of Art is now accepting enrollment for children's and teen's summer camps at the Museum!
Curious Minds Create for ages 8-12
Monday, June 21- Friday, June 25
9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Led by BMA educators and a teaching artist, campers will engage with artists' materials and processes, look to the BMA's galleries for inspiration, and create dazzling art projects. During this one–week journey, campers will enhance their ability to think creatively and to express themselves through art.
Do-It-Yourself: Get Crafty for ages 12-14
Monday, July 19-Friday, July 30
9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Got a crafty teen on your hands? Get them to the BMA for a little DIY fun. For two weeks, campers will investigate how artists transform ordinary materials—wood, glass, clay, and fiber—into extraordinary works of art. Museum educators and a teaching artist will lead the campers through the technical, "how-to" aspects of art projects and the exciting and inspiring new wave craft movement.
for more info visit http://www.artbma.org/camp
or contact Rebecca Karp - School Programs Coordinator:
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Shoot, Score, Baltimore.
Wednesday, May 26
7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. screening
$5 ticket (Less than HALF of the cost of a movie at Landmark Theater)
City Paper's second annual short-film contest culminates tonight with the screening of the 10 finalists at the Creative Alliance, followed by the awarding of $500 to the Grand Prize winner, $250 to the Audience Favorite winner (voted on by you, the SSB-screening-going public), plus various other tokens. Come early for a beverage and some soundtrack-y DJ happenings, and stay after to congratulate/chat up the winners.
more info HERE.
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 10:57 AM
Thursday, May 20, 2010
THIS SUNDAY, MAY 23 10am-5pm
Ellsworth Drive (Between Fenton & Georgia Avenue)
Silver Spring, MD
Come visit many of your favorite local Baltimore crafters, including CCCM members: Pink Kiss Pottery, Spaghetti Kiss, Sweet Pepita & Red Prairie Press.
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 9:54 AM
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
The Stamp Gallery presents Humor Yourself, an exhibition featuring the illustrations of local artists John Shipman and Rachel Bone, who combine whimsical, dreamlike images and concise, illustrative styles. Curated by University of Maryland students Danielle Brown ’10 and Eldis Sula ’11, Humor Yourself playfully explores the potential of illustrations to enhance our otherwise common perceptions of the world. These undisguised pieces—surreal but concrete, fantastic but minimal—take a rational approach to their irrational subject matter. By engaging viewers with their acute humor and sharp irony, these pieces invite the audience to focus their imaginations on single fanciful moments in order to make connections between illusory subjects and the precise, fastidious manner in which they're portrayed. If you don't believe the disparity between fantasy and reality can be reconciled, these works dare you to fill in the gaps. Opening reception is tomorrow, May 19th from 5-7pm.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
On May 15 there will be a FREE event at CCBC on Copyright Law, Intellectual Property Rights, & Business/Contract Issues for Artists. This is an invaluable opportunity for artists working for themselves & running small businesses in Baltimore. Count us In!!!!!
Intellectual Property Rights & the Artist
May 15 4-6pm
Community College Baltimore County
Q Theater Lounge
800 S Rolling Road
Catonsville, MD 21228
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 4:30 PM