Mission, History and Board of Directors

Mission and Vision

Dedicated to Art for All, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts is the community’s arts center, providing lifelong, accessible  engagement in the arts.

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts will be Maryland’s leading arts campus, actively engaging the community in innovative, creative endeavors in arts education and the performing and visual arts. 

History

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts was founded in 1979 by a group of artistic visionaries who believed the former Annapolis High School could best be re-used as a community arts center.  Today, our historic landmark building is the community's gathering place for the arts.  Through year-round classes, performances, exhibits, tours, workshops and demonstrations people of all ages discover the transformative power of the arts.  Each day, Maryland Hall nurtures inspiration, cultivates originality and fosters the imaginations of the children, families, students and adults who come through our doors.

Did you know:  The inscription above the theatre stage reads as follows:

"The measure of a man is the depth of his convictions, the breadth of his interests and the height of his ideals."

Maryland Hall Board

Maryland Hall is operated by a public Board of Directors who serve three-year terms. Board members are responsible for the governance of Maryland Hall and take leadership roles in planning, fundraising and finances.

2017 Board Members

(please click on the link for Board biographies)

Chairman
 
Vice Chair
 
Secretary
Treasurer
Christine E. Killian
 
Past Chairman
 
​Lyn Farrow
Shalina Renee Ford

Daniel Mathias
Deborah Mayer
Maureen McMahon Ph.D.
Patricia L. Mote
Sara G. Phillips
Michael R. Roblyer, Esq.
Maria D. Sasso
​Mary White Spencer
Carolyn Taylor
Paul G. Wood