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Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts Open House September 89:00 A.M-NoonFall Programs available for ages 3-18 Starting September 22Contact us at:info@CCTArts.com410-381-0700Visit our Website at:www.CCTArts.comContinue
Wilde Lake HS Spring MusicalMarch 8, 9, 10 20127pmLeiber and Stoller, as much as anyone, virtually invented rock 'n' roll, and now their songs provide the basis for an electrifying entertainment that illuminates a golden age of American culture. In…Continue
The USDA is conducting a nutrition survey to learn about the eating habits of children and adults. Given that only 5% of Americans follow the recommended dietary guidelines, we are interested in learning about the factors that prevent and promote…Continue
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On Saturday, March 29, nearly 500 business and arts leaders attended the Arts Council’s 17th Annual Celebration of the Arts in Howard County Gala at Howard Community College’s Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center in Columbia. Presented by Howard Bank, this year’s annual benefit gala raised $104,000, with an additional $69,000 in donated goods and services in support of the arts in Howard County. Since 1998, over $1.2…Continue
The Howard County Arts Council is pleased to announce the distribution of awards totaling $15,000 to its 2014 Arts Scholarship recipients. Receiving a $4,000 scholarship are Sola Fadiran, Vocal Music, Glenelg High School, and Diane Yang, Instrumental Music, Mt. Hebron High School. Receiving a $1,000 scholarship are Siena Allison, Visual Art, Hammond High School; Genevieve Ferris, Dance, Mt. Hebron High School; Jennifer Hudson, Visual Art, Baltimore School for the Arts; Anika Jensen,…Continue
Press Release – April 18, 2014
What: Wiley Purkey – “Winter into Spring” an art exhibition
When: April 21 through May 22, 2014
Artist reception - Friday, April 25 - 1 to 2 p.m.
Where: Gudelsky Gallery - at the…Continue