Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Denee Barr Art News and More

Field Series #2 by Susan Due Pearcy
Medium: Charcoal and Cold Wax/Dry Pigment

Viewed in the Lowe House of Delegates at last year's
Maryland Arts Day Maryland-Kanagawa, Japan Sister State Cultural Tour Exhibition "Landscape & Nature: A View From Maryland" which is now on display at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick, Maryland through March 9, 2008

Don't Even Think About Missing..........
Maryland Arts Day 2008

Speak Out for the Arts in Maryland

10th Maryland Arts Day
Annapolis, Maryland
Thursday, February 7, 2008

The ONLY Conference for the Arts in Maryland

Speak with Your State Representatives
Network with 500 Arts Professionals
Learn How to Advocate for Your Arts Organization
Experience Continuing Education from Arts Leaders

Be one voice together in a chorus of hundreds as we advocate for the arts in Maryland. Maryland Arts Day is a statewide advocacy and grassroots campaign organized by Maryland Citizens for the Arts and its companion organization, Maryland Citizens for the Arts Foundation, in support of state funding for the arts and the Maryland State Arts Council.

NOTE: Your registration fee includes parking, a continental breakfast, box lunch, morning and afternoon panels, and a dessert reception. Any cancellations made after February 1 or on-site registration forms will be charged a $10 administrative fee.

SPECIAL NEEDS: Individuals with special needs are encouraged to call 410-467-6700 by January 22

Contact: Maryland Citizens for the Arts
3600 Clipper Mill Road, Suite 205
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
(410) 467-6700 phone
(410) 467-6400 fax

Website: www.mdarts.org
Email: info@mdarts.org

Art Moves........Making a Lifestyle!


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