It’s Season 2 for MPT’s Artworks – and that means 40 new shows that celebrate artists across the creative spectrum – music, dance, photography, architecture, literature and the visual arts.
Thursdays, 8:30 pm
Sundays at 12:30 pm
Right after Chesapeake Collectibles every Thursday evening, MPT viewers enjoy a feast for the eyes and ears with Artwork’s introduction to extraordinary artists from across America – including outstanding talent right here in Maryland.
MPT host Rhea Feikin is joined by co-hosts including: Stephen Yasko, WTMD; Megan Hamilton, Creative Alliance; Peggy Loar, Corcoran; Gerald Ross, MICA; Vinny Lancisi, Everyman Theatre; Julia-Marciari-Alexander, the Walters; Jason Loewith, Olney Theatre; Mary Amato, Silver Spring Artists Salon; Cara Ober, bmoreart; Kwame Kwei-Armah, Center Stage, and others. Together they introduce viewers to creativity in all its wonderful variety and highlight art events in our own backyard.
Visit mpt.org/artworks for previous episodes, program schedules and more.
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On behalf of Harbor East Management Group, Maryland Art Place (MAP) is pleased to announce an open ‘Call to Artists’ for this year’s “Window Wonderland,” a storefront, holiday initiative within the Harbor East corridor. Collectively, MAP & Harbor East are seeking unique, holiday presentations/installations to be placed in a variety of retail locations. Storefront installations will be on view from Friday, November 29, 2013 – Friday, January 3, 2014, with a formal unveiling scheduled for Thursday, December 5.
Selected artists will receive a $500 honorarium from Harbor East and must submit a budget along with their proposal, outlining the expense of their project. During the unveiling on Thursday, December 5 a small jury consisting of Brian Young, Curator of the Fine Arts Program at University of Maryland University College, Jennifer Goold, Executive Director of the Neighborhood Design Center, Deana Haggag, Director for The Contemporary & Aaron Henkin Producer at WYPR and host of “The Signal” will announce a “Best in Show” window installation. The winning artist or artist collective will receive a $1,000 cash prize from Harbor East.
For complete guidelines visit mdartplace.org.
Highlandtown’s 3rd annual All Ages Art Cart Derby & Art by The Pint is an all ages gravity-powered art cart race and bilingual community arts street festival!
What’s an art cart? An art cart is a homemade cart powered by gravity (no motors or pedals) and designed as a sculpture. Art carts are made using wood, wheels, wire, papier mache, cardboard and your imagination! Previous art carts include a dinosaur, train garden, marble steps, battleship and rocket ship!