World Artists Experiences presents:
Saturday, July 13
7 pm
Free
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts presents the Sachs Memorial Concert Series:
Thursday, July 25
6 pm
Free
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts presents:
Saturday, June 29, 2013
9 am to noon
Free
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts presents:
Saturday, May 18, 2013
2-3 pm
Free

What is a woodblock print? How is it done?

Come and explore the process of developing woodblock print from beginning to end with local artist Carlin Menzin on Wednesday, May 29 at 5 pm in Room 117. You will look at ways to develop ideas and explore technical issues peculiar to this medium: how to choose and prepare wood, transfer images, carve and print multiple plates.

Explore printing in monochrome and color and maintaining a safe studio. Bring your questions, ideas, and a willingness to participate.

Work by Carlin Menzin

Currently in the Martino and Chaney Galleries is Anima Mundi, an exhibition featuring more than 40 works in clay, marble and bronze and drawings by internationally-known sculptor Claire McArdle. The exhibit is on display through June 9, 2013. 

On Thursday, May 9 at 7 pm, Maryland Hall will host a FREE Gallery Talk with Claire McArdle. This will be a great opportunity to meet the artist and learn about the process of making her beautiful sculptures and drawings. 

Of her work in the exhibition, McArdle says, “ten years ago I moved my studio out West to a working ranch. This collection of work has grown out of that period. It reflects the revitalized relationship I have with the land and the animals, and also my deepened awareness of the natural cycles of life and death.​

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts presents the Sachs Memorial Concert Series:
Wednesday, June 19
6 pm
Free
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts presents the Sachs Memorial Concert Series:
Wednesday, June 5
6 pm
Free
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts presents:
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
7 pm
Free

Window Restoration Begins

Maryland Hall has begun work on the restoration of the eight large theatre windows.

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