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ADVANCING THE ARTS ACROSS MARYLAND

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December 01, 2018December 2018 NewslettereNewsletter From November 1-3, the staff and board of the Maryland State Arts Council hosted the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies Assembly 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor. More than 400... Read More
November 01, 2018November 2018 NewslettereNewsletterOverall, the goal is to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of all internal procedures so that the MSAC staff can spend more time in the field hearing from constituents and creating initiatives... Read More
October 01, 2018October 2018 NewslettereNewsletterI grew up learning stomping, turning, leaping movement that constantly gave into gravity. We sang full-throated songs that were generated from our feet being firmly planted in ancestral... Read More
September 01, 2018September 2018 NewslettereNewsletterI never fail to appreciate the unique landscape of Maryland. Within minutes of leaving a major metropolitan area, the bustle is replaced by rolling hills, farmland, or the Chesapeake Bay. This shift... Read More
August 01, 2018August 2018 NewslettereNewsletterArtscape 2018 could have been called Rainscape. From my 19th floor condominium in Mount Vernon, I watched sheets of rain blow across the festival on Saturday, and on Sunday, as soon as I saw blue in... Read More
July 01, 2018July 2018 NewslettereNewsletterThe Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) is listening and wants to hear from you! Four sessions of "We Are Listening" were conducted and MSAC received an overwhelming response for each session.... Read More
June 01, 2018June 2018 NewslettereNewsletterWe want your feedback! The Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) is conducting four "We Are Listening" sessions to gather information about our programs. Session 1- Individual Artist Awards and Session... Read More
May 01, 2018May 2018 NewslettereNewsletterThe Maryland State Arts Council hosted a gathering of artists and art enthusiasts on Friday, April 20 at The Walters Art Museum for "A Celebration of the Arts" to commemorate its 50th anniversary.... Read More
April 01, 2018April 2018 NewslettereNewsletterNationally organized by Americans for the Arts, and locally organized by Maryland Citizens for the Arts, National Arts Day gathered an energized group from across the country in Washington, DC for 2... Read More
March 01, 2018March 2018 NewslettereNewsletterGovernor Larry Hogan kicked off a year of Frederick Douglass on February 13 with an event at the Maryland State House in Annapolis. In attendance were Douglass' descendants and story quilt artist... Read More

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