There are no upcoming exhibitions.
Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA, April 28-June 10, 2011
Harford Community College, Bel Air, MD, January 25-February 19, 2010
Winter Doldrums (January 31, 2010) is the yearly faculty concert and exhibition at Harford Community College. It’s also a catered shrimp and champagne feast, so it costs $15 (free for students!) It’s actually worth it and a lot of fun, but this year we’re also having a separate (free) reception just for the art on February 2 at 6:30.
Below is the press release for the event.
WINTER DOLDRUMS CONCERT AND ART EXHIBIT
SCHEDULED JANUARY 31 AT HCC
Celebrate the arts at “The Winter Doldrums: A Sunday Afternoon of Music and Art,” the annual Harford Community College music faculty concert and fine art faculty art and photography
exhibition. The event will be held on Sunday, January 31, from 3-5 p.m. in the Chesapeake Theater and Student Center on the HCC campus. The HCC music faculty will perform in the Chesapeake Theater. After the concert, visit the Chesapeake Gallery in the Student Center and enjoy works created by HCC’s Visual, Performing
and Applied Arts faculty who present an exhibit of paintings, sculpture, photographs, digital art, and ceramics.
There will be a reception with light refreshments in the Globe Café featuring jazz performed by HCC’s jazz artists in residence, “After Hours.” To order tickets, call 443-412-2211.
Reasonable accommodations for a documented disability
may be requested by calling Disability Support Services, 443-412-2402, in advance of participation. A minimum notice of two weeks may be needed to provide some
The HCC Fine Arts Calendar is made possible by a grant from Maryland State Arts Council, an agency funded by the State of Maryland and the National Endowment for the Arts; grants from the Maryland State Arts Council and the Harford County Government through the Harford County Cultural Arts Board; and grants from other federal and state agencies.
Towson Arts Collective, Towson, Maryland, September 3-October 23, 2009
Two of my favorite pieces, Rescue (pictured above) and Salazar, were accepted into this exhibition.