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April 06, 2011MARYLAND TOURING GRANTS DEADLINE- APRIL 29, 2011!NewsThis is a unique and exciting program for Maryland performing artists to enhance their marketing and touring capacity, as well as showcase the wide array of diverse talent in the state. Maryland... Read More
April 05, 2011ARTS IN COMMUNITIES PROGRAM GRANT DEADLINE - APR 28, 2011NewsThe program serves two kinds of organizations: 1) those for which Arts in Communities Grants provide an introduction to MSAC grants programs, and/or 2) community organizations planning specific... Read More
April 04, 2011MARYLAND TRADITIONS FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL DRAWS 3000 VISITORS!Press Release“The traditional arts are a vital part of our culture, keeping us connected to our heritage and enhancing awareness of Maryland’s unique folk artists,” said Governor O’Malley. “The Maryland... Read More
March 29, 2011Station North Receives Arts & Entertainment District Outstanding Achievement AwardPress Release“The support and promotion of artists and arts organizations has helped rejuvenate existing properties and improve local business viability in the District as part of the continuing development of... Read More
March 22, 2011UMBC and Maryland Traditions Panel Presentation on Sustaining Living Traditions - 4pm, Mar 30, 2011NewsMaryland Traditions: A Panel Presentation Join UMBC for a conversation with representatives of Maryland's only statewide program to sustain living traditions through documentation and presentation... Read More
March 21, 201134-year-old Caleb Stine and 81-year-old Burton DeBusk bridge the generation gap on The Signal.NewsIt was a wintry Saturday afternoon in rural Cecil County, Maryland, at a one-room post office turned furniture shop near the town of Elkton. Outside the old building, a January wind whistled over... Read More
March 15, 2011MICA to buy Globe Poster collectionNewsMICA announced Friday that it would acquire approximately 75 percent of Globe's collection — about 5,000 letterpress illustrations, many of them hand-carved; 350 drawers of type; and original posters... Read More
March 03, 2011MARYLAND POETRY OUT LOUD COMPETITION WINNERSPress Release“The contest is a great way to teach poetry and help students develop their communication skills,” said William Mandicott, MSAC Chair, “and the youth are inspired by the great poetry as are we when... Read More
February 28, 2011FREEWORKSHOP! LOGIC MODELING AND PROGRAM PLANNING , MARCH 31, 5PMNewsEvaluation planning helps program managers answer three fundamental questions about service delivery: 1. What did we do? 2. How well did we do it? 3. What changes occurred because of our programs... Read More
February 23, 2011MARYLAND STATE POETRY OUT LOUD FINALS! FEB 26, 1PM AT ENOCH PRATT CENTRAL LIBRARYNewsEnoch Pratt Central Library's Wheeler Auditorium 400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore   The Maryland State Arts Council has partnered with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation to... Read More
February 21, 2011REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS OPEN FOR 1812 BICENTENNIAL FRANCIS SCOTT KEY BRIDGE PUBLIC ART PROJECTNewsThe Maryland War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission is coordinating a multi-year initiative to commemorate the bicentennial of the Star-Spangled Banner and War of 1812. Working with public and private... Read More
February 14, 2011MARYLAND TRADITIONS CO-HOSTS "THE SIGNAL" THIS FRIDAY AT NOON ON WYPR 88.1FMNewswww.signalradio.orgwww.calebstine.com
February 01, 2011MD TRADITIONS PROJECT GRANTS & APPRENTICESHIP AWARDS DEADLINE FEB 11NewsMaryland Traditions Project Grants support research and programming that adds significance to Maryland communities by encouraging and funding professionals as well as community scholars,... Read More
February 01, 201193 MARYLAND ARTISTS RECEIVE INDIVIDUAL ARTIST AWARDSPress Release“The Individual Artist Awards program recognizes the talent and hard work of the State’s many individual artists and the vital role that they play in making our communities a better place to live and... Read More
January 28, 2011FORMER MSAC CHAIR, E. SCOTT JOHNSON, PRESENTED WITH MARYLAND ARTS ADVOCATE OF THE YEAR AWARD AT MARYLAND ARTS DAYNewsThe award is presented to an individual whose advocacy efforts have significantly increases support for and public recognition of the arts in Maryland.   
January 25, 2011Creative Ways Arts Find FundingNewsGo to 
January 24, 2011BALTIMORE’S ZIGER/SNEAD SELECTED TO DESIGN MARYLAND 9/11 MEMORIALPress ReleaseThe memorial, which will incorporate steel beams from New York’s Twin Towers, is scheduled to be unveiled this year, the 10th anniversary of the tragedy. Ziger/Snead Architects will lead the design... Read More
January 10, 2011POETRY OUT LOUD WEATHER CANCELLATIONSNews This decision was based on school closings, which are determined by the local board of education in each county. No snow date for Calvert County has been determined yet; please check back, or... Read More
December 09, 2010TOWN OF BEL AIR SELECTED AS THE 19TH A & E DISTRICTPress Release“With this designation, the Town of Bel Air becomes the 19th Arts and Entertainment District in Maryland, joining the other jurisdictions that have received this distinction over the past decade,”... Read More
November 22, 2010GOVERNOR RECEIVES ARTIFACTS FROM NEW YORK'S WORLD TRADE CENTER TWIN TOWERSPress Release "We are honored to accept an artifact from the Twin Towers as the core of our memorial,” said Governor O’Malley. “The completed monument will serve as a tribute to those that lost their lives on... Read More