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MSAC Events

 

Maryland Arts Summit 

Creative Resurgence: A Vision For the Future of the Arts in Maryland

May 26 - 29, 2020

The Maryland Arts Summit will be presented by and for the Maryland arts sector, which includes, but is not limited to:

- Arts Advocates
- Arts Educators & Teaching Artists
- Independent Artists
- Arts Organizations
- Youth
- Community Stakeholders
- Arts and Entertainment Districts
- County Arts Agencies of Maryland
- Public Artists
- Boards of Directors
- Folklife artists

Please visit mdarts.org/summit to register for this FREE virtual event.

 

MSAC Listening Session: Grants for Organizations Categorization Policies

Wednesday, June 3, 2020 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

The Council is considering recommendations to recategorize Grants for Organizations grantees from Children’s Events and Large Organizations categories to related arts discipline categories. In addition, the Council is considering recommendations to redefine Arts Services.

Register here

 

Coffee with Ken

Tuesday mornings, 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.

Holding space for dialogue about the arts in Maryland with MSAC Executive Director, Ken Skrzesz. No registration required.

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‪Call-in Number: 484-690-4425‬

PIN: ‪420 020 965‬#

 

Public Art Now!

Date and time TBD

This professional development session is focused on exploring the ways that public and socially responsive art can be relevant in a time of crisis and pandemic. How can artists create works for and with the public in a time of self-quarantine and social distancing? Recent grant recipients Shelton Hawkins (Play in Color), and Charlotte Marra (Frederick Arts Council) will discuss how they are adapting to the challenges of planning and implementing projects amid the Covid-19 Pandemic. Led by MSAC Public Art Program Director, Liesel Fenner.