Friday, March 12, 2010

Denee Barr Art News and More

Denee Barr Portrait
Photo by Bonnie Schupp

For two years photographer Bonnie Schupp challenged people to answer the question, "How do you define yourself?" The answer had to be just one sentence beginning with the words, "I am." Answers were followed by defining portrait photos. Bonnie received nearly 100 responses from people ages 4-100 representing more than a dozen countries.

Tonight I am at the closing reception and artist talk by photographer Bonnie Schupp for the "Defining Ourselves" exhibit at the Light Gallery 1015 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201 from 5-9pm. My portrait is in this exhibit along with a quote and I sing at 8pm for tonight's event before Bonnie gives her talk. Go to website for details about this exhibit

Tell your Baltimore, Maryland area friends and colleagues!

Bonnie Schupp speaks @ "Defining Ourselves" exhibit on Friday, March 12, 2010.
2010 Video capture by Denee Barr

Monday, March 8, 2010

Denee Barr Arts News and More

2010 Photo by Denee Barr

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

"Lot's of Money Raised Today and Fun Had by All!"

Power of the Purse Auction 2010
Women's Giving Circle of Howard County
The Spear Center
Columbia, Maryland

"Women's Philanthropy: Empowerment, Passion and Impact"

A Joint Celebration of Women's Philanthropy with the Columbia Foundation!

Keynote Speaker: Noted philanthropist, Sondra Shaw-Hardy, co-founder of the Women's Philanthropy Institute, author of the upcoming book "Women's Philanthropy: Boldly Shaping a Better World", and creator of the 9 "c's" of why women give. Featuring the "Power of the Purse", showcasing purses created by local women artists in celebration of the 9 "c's"!


WGC's GIRL POWER: STEM Career Expo for Girls
Sunday, March 14, 2009, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
The Women's Giving Circle of Howard County, with support from The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) and Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA), is holding a free introduction to careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for middle and high school girls.