MassoniArt’s “SCALE – A Matter of Perspective” Nearing its End

MassoinArt SCALE – A Matter of Perspective Now – March 10 Chestertown First Friday: March 2, 5-8 pm Why does an artist choose a particular scale when creating work? Will it be large or small, or somewhere in between? How is this related to the way we measure the importance of things, i.e., on a […]

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Chestertown RiverArts’ Call for Artists: “Birds and Bees, and Their Houses”

(Chestertown Riverarts) Although we are amid this cold wintery season, it is not too early to be thinking about Spring. To usher in this delightful season, The RiverArts Galleries will be hosting an eclectic and unique show, Birds and Bees, and their Houses in March. We invite you to exhibit your creative works that exemplify […]

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A drawing by Donna Iarusso, the instructor of the “Drawing from Realism to Abstraction” class.

Drawing Class for Beginners at the Rehoboth Art League

(Rehoboth Art League) Learning to draw is easy once you learn to see as Leonardo Da Vinci did. The interesting and fun drawing exercises introduced in the “Drawing from Realism to Abstraction” class at the Rehoboth Art League held on Saturdays, March 3 through April 14 from 9:30 a.m. to noon, will enable students to […]

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RiverArts Launches Film Society with Screening of The Butler

RiverArts, a dynamic, regional arts center whose mission is to be the place where the arts meet the community, has launched a Film Society that focuses on film as a visual art form and forum for social commentary. A screening of The Butler will kick off the 2018 season with a talkback by Wil Haygood […]

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Photo: Cold Evening by Barbara Zuehlke

Late Winter Highlights at Dorchester Center for the Arts

Dorchester Center for the Arts is pleased to announce new classes for the late winter session. Registration is open – call 410-228-7782. Highlights include: Intro to Drawing for Young People and Adults / Instructor: Robert Gladney Learn the fundamentals of drawing and develop the ability to see as an artist. Students will draw from observation […]

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3rd annual Cambridge Wild & Scenic Film Festival on February 16, 2018

ShoreRivers (formerly Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy) and Dorchester Citizens for Planned Growth (DCPG) are pleased to announce that tickets are still available for the 3rd annual Cambridge Wild & Scenic Film Festival on February 16, 2018. The festival presents seven short environmental and adventure films that illustrate the beauty of the Earth and the work that […]

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"The Scout" (top), by Baltimore artist Karen Klinedinst, is one of a trio of photographs that received first prize in Adkins Arboretum's nineteenth Juried Art Show.

Discovering the Native Landscapes of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Adkins Arboretum’s 2018 Juried Art Show, on View through March 30, 2018

There’s a powerful sense of the spirit of the Eastern Shore in Discovering the Native Landscapes of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Adkins Arboretum’s nineteenth annual Juried Art Show. On view in the Arboretum Visitor’s Center through March 30, the show celebrates the Arboretum’s conservation mission and captures multiple aspects of our landscapes and waterscapes, from the […]

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Nina Mickelsen’s silk screening studio in Lewes.

Silk Screening Classes Offered By the Rehoboth Art League

Silk screening is an ancient printmaking technique. The ongoing modernization of this printmaking method allows for more experienced artists as well as beginners to use this technique as a stand-alone art form. Local artist Nina Mickelsen will teach “Introduction to Silk Screening” for the Rehoboth Art League in her studio in Lewes. In this two-hour […]

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