The Howard County Center for the Arts offers affordable studio, teaching, and meeting space to local artists and community-focused arts groups. It is currently home to over 30 artists and arts organizations through its Resident and Arts Advancement programs. Artists and arts groups have an opportunity to rent space at the…Continue
Added by Howard County Arts Council on April 26, 2012 at 2:03pm — No Comments
The Howard County Arts Council is seeking applications from artists to fill one available resident artist studio space. The available studio is approximately 265 square feet, rents for $168.94 per month, and has shared access with two other artists in an adjoining studio. The deadline to apply is 5:00 PM, Tuesday, May 8, 2012.
HCAC houses accessible studio space for fourteen resident artists, as well as three resident arts organizations representing a variety of disciplines.…
Added by Howard County Arts Council on April 19, 2012 at 12:21pm — No Comments
The recipients of the Howard County Arts Council's 2012 Arts Scholarship Program were announced at the Arts Council's 15th Annual Celebration of the Arts in Howard County.
Recipients of a $2,000 scholarship were Elaine Budzinski, Visual Art, Reservoir High School; Sivan Roth, Dance, Oakland Mills High School; Alex Tasker, Instrumental Music, Oakland Mills High School; Matthew Wigler, Instrumental Music, Marriotts Ridge High School. A $1,500 scholarship was awarded to Sydney…Continue
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On Saturday, March 24, over 500 business and arts leaders attended the Arts Council’s 15th 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. This year’s annual benefit gala raised $99,000, with an additional $72,000 in donated goods and services in support of the arts in Howard County. Since 1998, over $1 million has been raised through…Continue
Added by Howard County Arts Council on April 10, 2012 at 2:08pm — No Comments