Saturday, September 12, 2015

Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Happy Hour :) Wednesday, September 16, 2015 ~ 5 - 7 pm ~~~~~~~~~. @ Still Life Gallery in Historic Ellicott City, Maryland

Join the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance for our next Arts & Culture Happy Hour with Still Life Gallery! Owner Sara Arditti will discuss the gallery's focus on premier regional contemporary artists. Enjoy networking, drinks and light fare in the heart of Ellicott City's charming Historic District (cited by The Atlantic as one of America's leading Creative Class cities in 2015). Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Time: 5pm - 7pm Location: Still Life Gallery, 8173 Main St., Ellicott City, MD 21043 Parking: Street parking is available. There are also several free parking lots available located just off of Main Street in Historic Ellicott City, Maryland. This event is open to the public, but your RSVP is required. `````````````````````` RSVP link here ~ Go! I'll be there let's talk ... ~ :

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Thomas Dolby at TechBreakfast ~ ExecBreakfast September 21, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland

My Latest event ~ STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math ! Come and Enjoy Breakfast with Me, Thomas Dolby, and TechBreakfast Founder Ron Schmelzer along with 100 other lucky ticketholders ~. Thomas Dolby was an indelible part of the electronic music landscape on both sides of the Atlantic in the ’80s. The Zelig of synthpop, he was seemingly there or thereabouts at all points of that crucial decade. He enjoyed huge solo success with the singles “She Blinded Me With Science” and “Hyperactive!,” composed and performed on hits for everyone from AOR giants Foreigner to none-more-quirky new-wave girl Lene Lovich, produced three superlative albums for Prefab Sprout, and even co-wrote the much-sampled early rap classic “Magic’s Wand” by Whodini. In 2015, Thomas Dolby joined Johns Hopkins University's faculty as the first Homewood Professor of the Arts. Read more about this here: . In 2011 he released A Map of the Floating City, his first solo album in almost two decades. A “travelog across three imaginary continents,” A Map . . . comprises Amerikana, Oceanea and Urbanoia, available as three separate EPs as well as an album consisting of those same constituent parts. Luckily, Thomas Dolby has been both — pop star and now esoteric and experimental but highly accessible albums artist. “I'm happy,” he says, “to settle into Chapter 2 of my career and make a bunch of albums that are challenging, adventurous and eye-opening.” His short film The Invisible Lighthouse won two awards at the 2013 DIY Film festival in Los Angeles. RSVP Updated ~ All Tickets $29 and 50% Student Discount Tickets Why Should I Come to This? What Will I Take Away? Learn about the merging space of technology and the arts = STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) programming and initiatives ~. Find out the future direction of the Film and Media program as it moves to its new home in Station North plus ... Learn about Thomas Dolby's philosophy on entrepreneurship, technology, society, and life ~. Photos courtesy Carla Dupreee, Denée Barr, Thomas Dolby, and Ron Schmelzer ```````` Here's Eventbrite Ticket Link ```````````````````````````````````` ````````````````````````````````````````````` TechBreakfast/TechCombustion ````````````