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Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Celebrates Its 15th Season

This year, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (CSC) is celebrating 15 years of bringing the Bard and other notable performances to Maryland audiences. It has released its upcoming schedule of shows.

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HopeWorks Sponsors Dragonfly Poetry Reading “Dragonfly The Poetry Reading,” co-sponsored by HopeWorks and the Howard County Chapter of the Maryland Writer’s Association (MWA), will celebrate...

ManneqART Brings Sculpture on the Human Form to Howard County

ManneqART is not quite a household word, but it is definitely becoming familiar to Howard County residents. Each year since 2013, as many as 100 artworks have been on display at a variety of locations around Howard County, including the Mall in Columbia.

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Four Artists Present ‘Elegant Woodturnings’ at HorseSpirit Arts Gallery Maryland woodturning artists Chuck Aaron, Allen Alexopulos, Max Crownover and Jim Oliver have an affinity for...

Columbia Festival of the Arts’ Summer Festival Begins This Month

“Cross Currents,” Columbia Festival of the Arts’ (CFA) 2015 summer festival, will begin with a free opening weekend on the Lakefront June 12–14

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Howard County Receives Completed Arts Study Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman has released a consultant’s report assessing needs for arts facilities in Howard County. This...

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Lures International Theater Producers to Maryland

The international association of theaters producing Shakespeare’s plays has chosen Baltimore as the site of its annual conference for 2017.

ManneqART Kicking Off 2015 With Extreme Hair And Makeup Competition

The world of wearable art will take the stage at historic Savage Mill for its third annual ManneqMadness Wearable Art, Hair, Sculpture and Special Effects Makeup Competition on Sunday, June 21, in conjunction with the 2015 Columbia Festival of the Arts.

Bringing the Arts to Youth in Howard County

The Drama Learning Center (DLC) has been serving Howard County for more than 30 years, teaching drama and theater skills to students from the ages of 3 to 18.

vR Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Center Offers Team-Building

Can horses help your management team or staff? Absolutely.

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