Exhibit of St. Michaels Watercolorist, Barbara Jablin

“Nest” Barbara Jablin

An exhibit that will explore the 75 year art history of St. Michaels watercolorist, Barbara Jablin, will take place at the A.M. Gravely Gallery, 408 S. Talbot Street, St. Michaels, Maryland from April 8 to the 30th. A reception will be held on Saturday, April 8th, 5 to 7 pm at the A.M. Gravely Gallery, as part of the Second Saturday St. Michaels Art Walk.

Barbara Jablin has had a long career as an artist. You are invited to experience this artist’s early work as a courtroom artist, illustrator, teacher, and today’s exquisite watercolor paintings.

The A.M. Gravely Gallery is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 6pm and Sundays to Tuesdays from 10am to 3pm. For more information please call 410/745-5059, email amgart@aol.com, and visit www.amgravelygallery.com.

 

Academy Art Museum’s New Art @ Noon Program

Anke Van Wagenberg, Senior Curator, Academy Art Museum will host a new program at the Museum, ART @ NOON From Rembrandt to Picasso, beginning on Tuesday, March 28 and continuing through April 25, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesdays. Participants can bring lunch and the Museum will provide the art! Topics will include Rembrandt (March 28); Canaletto (April 4); Turner (April 11); and Picasso (April 25). These original artworks, all from the Museum’s Permanent Collection, will be placed in context so participants can sit back, relax and eat their lunch while enjoying the textbook-free slide lecture.

The Academy Art Museum Senior Curator Anke Van Wagenberg holding a print by Alexander Calder in the Museum’s Permanent Collection. Van Wagenberg will host a new program at the Museum, ART @ NOON From Rembrandt to Picasso, beginning on Tuesday, March 28 and continuing through April 25, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesdays. Participants can bring lunch and the Museum will provide a textbook-free slide lecture.

Anke van Wagenberg has a PhD from the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam and has published widely on Dutch and Flemish painting. Join the Museum for a mini-course in Art History based on works in its Permanent Collection. The cost for the series of four lectures is $100 for Museum members and $120 for non-members. Individual lecture tickets are $28 for Museum members and $33 for non-members. For further information, visit academyartmuseum.org or call 410-822-2787.

St Marks United Methodist Church Concert

Award-winning cellist, Ismar Gomes and Taiwanese pianist, Wan-Chi Su will be featured in concert on April 2nd, 3pm, at St Marks United Methodist Church.

 

Mr. Gomes has performed internationally as a chamber musician, and soloist. Hailed for his “impressive virtuosity, energy, and a handsome tonal range” (Berkshire Review), he has established himself as a captivating young artist, delivering exciting and innovative performances. He has appeared Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival, Evolution Contemporary Music Series, String Fest, Le Petit Salon, Early Music at St. Mark’s, and Old Town Hall Concerts, and many more. His collaborators include members of the Pittsburgh and Baltimore Symphonies, and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, as well as members of the Johannes, and Brentano Quartets. Also in demand as an orchestral player, Mr. Gomes was the Baltimore Symphony’s Fellow for the 2015 – 2016, and is a member of both the Virginia Symphony and the Delaware Symphony.

 

Recent appearances have taken Mr. Gomes across the US performing on a number of prestigious series, including many recitals with his Duo partner, Taiwanese pianist, Wan-Chi Su, with whom he has been touring for several seasons. Ms. Su enjoys an active career as a solo and chamber musician, performing to great acclaim at venues throughout Asia, Europe and the United States. Her performances have been featured in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall (NYC), Salle Cortot (Paris, France), National Concert Hall (Taipei, Taiwan), Mannes Concert Hall (NYC), Staller Center Recital Hall (Stony Brook, NY), Poquatuck Hall (Orient, NY), Bliss Recital Hall (Youngstown, OH), Old Town Hall (Fairfax, VA), Friedberg Concert Hall (Baltimore, MD), Chih-Shan Hall (Kaohsiung, Taiwan), Canyon Wren Recital Hall (Leavenworth, WA), among others. Wan-Chi has won prizes at numerous national and international piano competitions; she recently received the Clara Ascherfeld Award in Accompanying (2016) and the Grace Clagett Ranney Prize in Chamber Music (2013) from the prestigious Peabody Conservatory of Baltimore.

The program at St. Mark’s is funded in part by a grant from the Talbot County Arts Council, with revenue provided by the Maryland State Arts Council. To further cover expenses, a love offering will be taken at the concert.

Annual Spring Group Show at Troika Gallery

Troika Gallery features an Annual Spring Group Show with an opening on April 7, 2017, with exciting new masterpieces. The First Friday opening will highlight the spring season with light fare, beverages, and visits by Troika Artists. The show runs through May 30, 2017.

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Lookie Here oil on canvas, 9” x 12”, by Lynne Lockhart

Troika is proud to represent Jorge Alberto, Kenn Backhaus, Dmitry Dorokhin, John Ebersberger, Deborah Elville, Laura Era, J.A. Ferrier, Kevin Fitzgerald, David Buckley Good, Andrew Schuler Guerin, John Davis Held, Mark Hiles, Bo Jia-Middle Kingdom, Jeanette Le Grue, Ken Lehman, Victor Letonoff, Lynne Lockhart, Peter S. Loonam, Kirk McBride, Lou Messa, Raoul Middleman, Terry Miller, Dorothy F. Newland, Victor Nizovtsev, Brendan O’Neill, W. Stanley Proctor, Christopher L. Richard, Ann Didusch Schuler, William Storck, Carol Lee Thompson, David H. Turner, Paula Waterman, Jennifer Heyd Wharton, Chris Wilke, Vladislav Yeliseyev and Matthew Zoll.  Original works in oil, watercolor, pastel, bronze, acrylic, porcelain and clay by these renowned artists are displayed, with new work constantly refreshing the exhibit spaces.

Featuring “The Finest of Fine Art” in historic downtown Easton since 1997, Troika Gallery is the longest operating gallery on the Eastern Shore.   Selected four times as the Best Art Gallery by What’s Up Eastern Shore magazine, the pleasant atmosphere found in the gallery has  loyal followers. Whether you are an art collector, an art lover or an art browser, you will enjoy your visit to Troika Gallery.

Professional Artists and co-owners, Laura Era and  Jennifer Heyd Wharton, along with Gallery Manager Peg Fitzgerald, will welcome and answer your questions on art, portraiture, and framing.  Troika Gallery is located at 9 South Harrison Street and is open every day from 10 am until 5:30 pm and Sunday by appointment, 410-770-9190,  www.troikagallery.com.

Academy Art Museum Hosts Cocktails and Concert

The Academy Art Museum in Easton is hosting Cocktails and Concert on Friday, March 24, 2017, with cocktails beginning at 5:30 p.m. and the concert following at 6 p.m. Performers include Jason Buckwalter, baritone; Kimberly Christie, soprano; and Andrew Stewart, piano.

(Photos – Jason Buckwalter, baritone; Kimberly Christie, soprano; and Andrew Stewart, piano will appear at the Academy Art Museum’s Cocktails and Concert on Friday, March 24)

The three will explore the American Songbook featuring composers such as Johnny Mercer, Heusen and Cahn, Duke Ellington, Gershwin, Loewe and Lerner and many others. The program will feature all the classic hits of cabaret, jazz, Broadway and Hollywood while learning about some of the singers that made them famous.

For further information, visit academyartmuseum.org or call 410-822-2787.

The Harlem Quartet at Inn at Perry Cabin

Chesapeake Music of Easton, Maryland and the Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond are thrilled to welcome the acclaimed Harlem Quartet to St. Michaels, Maryland for an exclusive performance on April 1 at 5:30 p.m.

Praised for its “panache” by The New York Times and for “bringing a new attitude to classical music” by The Cincinnati Enquirer, the Harlem Quartet is one of today’s hottest musical ensembles. The Harlem Quartet was the Silver Medal prize winner at the 2010 Chesapeake Chamber Music (CCM) Competition, one of the nation’s most prestigious chamber music competitions with one of the world’s largest chamber music prizes.

Pictured (left to right): Violinist Ilmar Gavilán, violinist Melissa White, violist Jaime Amador and cellist Felix Umansky. (Photo by Amy Schroeder)

Since their debut in 2006, the New York-based foursome has performed in chamber music series around the world and collaborated with the likes of Itzhak Perlman and jazz legend Chuck Corea, to name only two of many.

In fact, it was the Harlem Quartet’s album made with Corea and Gary Burton, “Mozart Goes Dancing,” that won them the Grammy for Best Instrumental Composition in 2013. They have been featured on CNN, NBC’s Today Show and News Hour with Jim Lehrer, and in 2009 performed for President and First Lady Obama at the White House.

Violinists Ilmar Gavilán and Melissa White, violist Jaime Amador and cellist Felix Umansky each are seasoned artists in their own right. Individually, they have performed with such orchestras as the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Pops, and the Atlanta, Baltimore, Cleveland, Detroit, Julliard, National, New World, Pittsburgh, Puerto Rico and Utah symphony orchestras.

Not only exceptionally talented and musically versatile, the Harlem Quartet also is civic minded. Its mission is to advance diversity in classical music while engaging new audiences with varied repertoire that includes works by minority composers. The group will soon launch its fourth album—a collaboration with the Chicago Sinfonietta featuring a new arrangement of Leonard Bernstein’s iconic musical, West Side Story.

Tickets for the Harlem Quartet’s performance at Inn at Perry Cabin are limited and available on (443) 258-2230. $85 buys entry for one to the performance as well as admission to a pre-performance cocktail reception. Dinner and beverage specials will be tailored to the evening in both Stars restaurant and Purser’s Pub. Reservations are recommended for Stars and available at (410) 745-2200 and www.opentable.com/stars.

Photographer Johnny Bivera at Tidewater Camera Club April Lecture

50States_34The Tidewater Camera Club is pleased to present Photographer Johnny Bivera on Monday, April 3rd, 2017 from 7 to 9 PM in the Talbot County Community Center’s Wye Oak Room.  Mr. Bivera’s talk is entitled “Love the Project, Enjoy the Work”.  He will speak to photographers regarding hitting a creative wall, the point at which they feel that their work is monotonous and stagnant.  Johnny says that this has happened to him many times and he will share his photography career experiences spanning thirty years.  From digging desert foxholes with U.S. Marines in Afghanistan to walking with penguins in Antarctica to being a fly on the wall of the President’s oval office, he will answer the question of how one attains success and consistency when it comes to imagery.  Johnny believes that personal projects are key and states that, if you love the project you’ll enjoy the work.  He also says that some of the best work produced originated from someone’s personal initiative, from ideas of deep interest, fascination and vision.  Johnny will discuss how his projects have led to jobs, greater initiatives and to learning more about who he is and the world around him.  The public is invited to attend.

Bivera_HeadshotJohnny Bivera is the principal of Visual Media One and executive director and founder of Shoot Off Visual Media Workshops.  He is a freelance photojournalist with over 30 years’ experience in visual storytelling by capturing images worldwide from everyday life to the hostilities of war.  He was an official videographer to President of the United States Bill Clinton and executive photographer to former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen.  He has covered combat and humanitarian missions to maritime operations such as the Bosnia/Herzegovina conflict, the Israeli-Jordan Peace Treaty, Turkey’s tragic earthquake and the war in Afghanistan.  Johnny retired from the U.S. Navy in 2006 and has traveled to all continents visiting places such as Antarctica, Galapagos, and Papua, New Guinea.  He currently documents news and media events for a variety of clients and his work has appeared in major newspapers, magazines and video documentaries.   He was personally profiled on PBS’s Jim Lehrer News Hour, C-SPAN’s American Journal and NFL Films ‘American Postcards’.   Johnny has worked on numerous book projects with publishers such as Harper Collins and the National Geographic Society.  He is an education outreach member of the White House News Photographers Association, the National Press Photographers Association’s Department of Defense Liaison, a member of the American Society of Media Photographers, and a past president of the National Association of Naval Photography.  Johnny is also a founding faculty member of the Red Badge Project, a storytelling workshop for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury.

Founded in 1963, the Tidewater Camera Club strives to promote interest and participation in photography for all skill levels and ages.  For more information, go to www.tidewatercameraclub.org.

Tred Avon Players Auditions for Production of ‘The Odd Couple’

The Tred Avon Players have scheduled auditions for August performances of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” directed by Ed Langrell. Auditions will take place Tuesday, April 4, and Wednesday, April 5 at 7 p.m. at the Oxford Community Center. If you are unable to make either of the two audition dates, please contact the director for alternate arrangements (details below.)

The principal characters are Oscar Madison, a slovenly, recently divorced sportswriter, and Felix Ungar, a fastidious, hypochondriac news-writer whose marriage is ending. Supporting characters are poker buddies Murray, a New York City policeman; the sarcastic Speed, mild-mannered Vinnie; the witty Roy, Oscar’s accountant; and Cecily and Gwendolyn Pigeon, Oscar and Felix’s giggly upstairs neighbors, a pair of English sisters.

“The Odd Couple” will open at the Oxford Community on Thursday, August 10, and run weekends through Sunday, Aug. 20.

The Tred Avon Players are funded in part by a grant from the Talbot County Arts Council, with revenues provided by the Maryland State Arts Council.

For further information, contact Ed Langell at president@tredavonplayers.org or call (410) 310-5660.

Barbara Jablin Exhibit at A.M. Gravely Gallery April 8-30

On Saturday, April 8, from 5-7 pm, the A.M. Gravely Gallery in St. Michaels, Md. will host an opening reception for an exhibit of Barbara Jablin’s artwork. The show and sale celebrates the artist’s 75-year career, including her work as an illustrator, years of teaching and her exquisite watercolor paintings.

A native of Baltimore, Jablin graduated with honors from the prestigious Maryland Institute College of Art, where she also taught fashion illustration. She was a commercial artist in retail advertising and a court artist for the Associated Press, in addition to teaching for more than 70 years.

IMG_0142  Hooper Strait LighthouseAfter she and her husband retired to the Eastern shore 40 years ago, Jablin indulged her passion for painting. Now, at the age of 94, she teaches two watercolor classes each week in St. Michaels, and continually inspires her students, fellow artists and many friends with her talent, generous spirit and joyful life.

Jablin is a founder of the Working Artists Forum in Easton and a member of the St. Michaels Art League, the Traveling Brushes and the Academy Art Museum. Her awards include several First and Best in Show in Watercolor from the Academy Art Museum in Easton, Rehoboth Art League, Napa Valley Award and Mid-Atlantic Regional Watercolor competitions. She also participated in an invitational show of flower paintings at Washington College in honor of Lady Bird Johnson. Her watercolors and other artwork are in private and corporate collections throughout the United States, the Bahamas, and Europe.

The A. M. Gravely Gallery is at 408 S. Talbot Street in St. Michaels, and is open Sun-Tues, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., and Fri-Sat, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. The exhibit, which runs through April 30, includes framed and unframed art for sale, as well as paintings on loan from private collections. Barbara Jablin’s Chestnut Street Studio is open by appointment.

Academy Art Museum Announces April Events

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Virginia Derryberry, Janus IV, 2013, Fabric, embroidery, paint, Collection of the artist.

EXHIBITIONS

Exhibitions are generously supported by the Maryland State Arts Council, the Talbot County Arts Council and the Star-Democrat.

FABRICation

April 22–July 9, 2017

The exhibition FABRICation is making its way around the country, coming to the Academy Art Museum by way of Art Museum of West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV. Co-curated by Reni Gower, professor in the Painting and Printmaking Department at Virginia Commonwealth University and Kristy Deetz, professor in the Art Discipline at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, FABRICation features seven artists (Erin Castellan, Kristy Deetz, Virginia Derryberry, Reni Gower, Rachel Hayes, Susan Iverson and Natalie Smith) who incorporate a textile sensibility in their artwork through elements of fabric and fabrication. Funding for FABRICation was made possible in part by Virginia Commonwealth University, VCUarts, and the Painting and Printmaking Department (ESWA.org).

Parts and Labor: A Survey Exhibition of Print and Collage Works by Steven Ford

April 22–July 9, 2017

Steven Ford layers colors via simply carved linocut blocks and collagraph plates. The linocut blocks are often re-inked and reprinted with the paper shifted to create layering and cross hatched patterns. The collagraph plates print “real” textures from items such as popsicle sticks and lathe from old plaster walls. Ford works quickly, rolling ink onto the blocks and cranking them through an etching press. At times the thin, strong Asian papers are folded like an accordion bellows and printed, then flattened and printed some more. Steven Ford is represented by Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia.

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Steven Ford, Untitled (N0619A) 2013, Linocut & collagraph with chine colle Image/sheet: 29 1/2 x 59 3/4 inch, Collection of the artist.

Luminous Forms: Marble and Bronze Sculpture by Shelley Robzen
April 22–July 16, 2017
Shelley Robzen’s sculpture is amazing in its purity and its celebration of beauty and craftsmanship. She has a sophisticated sense of form, volume and line. Her sculptures are sensual and sensitive. They are pared down to an essential simplicity. Her sculpture is included in private collections in the United States, Italy, France, England, Canada, Norway, Hong Kong, Israel and Japan. Robzen is represented by Carla Massoni Gallery. The Academy Art Museum is presenting her marble and bronze sculpture in her first solo museum exhibition in the U.S.

Todd Forsgren: Birdwatcher and Ecologist
April 22–May 30, 2017
Todd R. Forsgren uses photography to examine themes of ecology, environmentalism, and perceptions of landscape while striving to strike a balance between art history and natural history. To do so, Forsgren uses a range of photographic approaches, from documentary strategies to experimental techniques. His work has been shown at numerous venues and has been featured in National Geographic, Nature, and TIME’s Lightbox, to name a few.

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Shelley Robzen, Volo #6, 2012, Carrara White Marble.

Mid-Shore Student Art Exhibition
Continuing through April 2
This annual exhibition highlights the artistic talents of K-12 students from Talbot, Caroline, Dorchester, Queen Anne and Kent counties. As in past years, visitors can expect a variety of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and printmaking. The Mid-Shore Student Art Exhibition has been a Museum tradition for over 25 years and are the largest and most prestigious student art exhibition on the Eastern Shore.

The American Society of Marine Artists 17th National Exhibition
Continuing through April 2, 2017
The Academy Art Museum is proud to co-host the 17th National Exhibition of the American Society of Marine Artists (ASMA) with the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Since the 1970s, ASMA has worked to prepare exhibitions on America’s maritime heritage with its professional artists and illustrators, and to further promote American marine art and history. The exhibition travels from Williamsburg, VA to Easton and St. Michaels, and continues in various other museums in the U.S. Curators Anke Van Wagenberg (AAM) and Pete Lesher (CBMM) have worked closely to mount the best selections in their respective museums.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Cocktails and Canvas
Thursday, April 20, 6–8 p.m.
Cost: $45 per person
Ready for a fun and creative evening? You don’t need an artistic bone in your body. You bring your energy and creativity and we provide everything else! Includes two cocktails and all painting materials.

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Todd R. Forsgren, Collared Aracari (Pteroglossus torquatus), 2012 Collection of the Artist.

LECTURES

The Farmers’ George: Washington, the King, and the Agricultural Landscape
Bruce Ragsdale, Fellow, Georgian Papers Programme
Friday, April 28, 2017 at 6p.m.
Cost: $20 Member, $24 Non-member. Pre-registration is suggested.
Inspired by the British literature of agricultural improvement, George Washington and King George III simultaneously undertook experimental agricultural projects that they hoped would serve as a model for the farmers of their respective nations. Drawing on documents in the Royal Collections and on Washington’s own surveys of his farms, this lecture will explore how these two national leaders embodied the ideals of agricultural innovation shared by wealthy landowners on both sides of the Atlantic.

NEW PROGRAM!
ART @ NOON From Rembrandt to Picasso
Anke Van Wagenberg, Senior Curator, Academy Art Museum
Dates: Tuesdays, April 4, 11 & 25, 12 noon–1 p.m.
Topics: Canaletto – April 4; Turner – April 11; and Picasso – April 25
Cost: Individual Lecture Tickets: $28/$33
Senior Curator Anke van Wagenberg has a PhD from the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam and has published widely on Dutch and Flemish painting. You bring lunch, we provide the art! Join us for a mini-course in Art History based on works in the Permanent Collection of the Academy Art Museum. See Canaletto, Turner and Picasso from our Permanent Collection in the room. These original artworks are placed in context as you sit back, relax and eat your lunch while enjoying the textbook-free slide lecture.

ARTS EXPRESS BUS TRIPS

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Ian Marshall, Shipping at the Port of Kilindini, Mombasa 1953, Watercolor. Collection of the artist.

RENWICK GALLERY
Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years
Wednesday, April 12
Cost: $55 Members, $66 Non-members
Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years, is the first exhibition to focus on the early career of Peter Voulkos, from 1953–1968. While trained as a traditional potter, Voulkos’ radical methods and ideas during this period opened up the possibilities for ceramics in ways that are still being felt today. The exhibition will feature approximately 35 examples from this crucial body of early work, most of which have not been exhibited on the East Coast for four decades. Also included will be two of the artist’s rarely seen works in oil on canvas, which help to demonstrate how Voulkos developed his ideas concurrently in painting, sculpture, and pottery.

HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDENS
Infinity Mirrors—Yayoi Kusama Retropsective
Thursday, April 27
Cost: $55 Members, $66 Non-members
The Hirshhorn’s exhibition is the first to focus on this groundbreaking body of work and will present six of the rooms, the most ever shown together. From peep-show-like chambers to multimedia installations, each of these kaleidoscopic environments offers the chance to step into an illusion of infinite space. Kusama began using mirrors in 1965 when she produced Infinity Mirror Room— Phalli’s Field, transforming the intense repetition of her earlier two-dimensional works into a perceptual experience.

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Rembrandt van Rijn, Jan Asselyn, Painter, Etching and drypoint, c. 1647, AAM 2014.006 Purchase with Assistance of the Arthur L.S. Waxter Fund.

ADULT CLASSES

April Florals and Still Life in Pastel or Oil
Instructor: Katie Cassidy
4 weeks, April 5–26 Wednesdays, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Cost: $165 Members, $198 Non-members

April Transcending Grief through Making Art
Facilitators: Sheryl Southwick and Lauren Todd
Saturday April 1 Time: 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Cost: $85 Members, $102 Non-members

Collage Workshop: Scrap Happy Day
Instructor: Sheryl Southwick
One Day Workshop, April 6 Thursday, 9:30 a.m.–3 p.m.
Cost $75 Members, $90 Non-members

Plein Air Oil Painting for Beginning or Returning Painters
Instructor: Diane DuBois Mullaly

2 days, April 22 & 23 Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Cost $125 Members, $150 Non-members (For beginners with no materials a material fee of $40 is payable to the instructor at first class. For returning painters, please check web site for material list.

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Peter Voulkos, Rasgeado, 1956.

Oil Painting Workshop: Painting the Ocean
Instructor: Matthew Hillier

2 days: April 8 and 9 Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
Cost $190 Members, $228 Non-members

Painting the Night Cityscape in Pastels
Instructor: Katie Cassidy
2 days: April 18 and 25 Tuesdays, 6–8:30 p.m.
Cost: $85 Members, $102 Non-members

Oil Painting Workshop: Fur to Feathers— Painting Animals in the Studio
Instructor: Julia Rogers

2 days: April 22 and 23 Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Cost: $160 Members, $192 Non-members

Beginning Painting Class for Adults
Instructor: Sheryl Southwick
3 weeks, twice a week: April 11, 13, 18, 20, 25 and 27 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30 a.m.–12 noon
Cost: $150 Members, $180 Non-members

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Art created at eARTh Day Art Extravaganza!

FAMILY PROGRAMS
eARTh Day Extravaganza
Saturday, April 22, 2017, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Cost: $5 per child (parents free)
eARTh Day Art Extravaganza! Save the planet and get creative! Before you throw out that old can, bottle cap, magazine etc…think about what you might do with it to keep it in use. Better yet, come to the eARTh Day Art Extravaganza is offered at the Academy Art Museum in conjunction with the MidShore Riverkeeper Conservancy (MRC) and was co-developed with Suzanne Sullivan, MRC’s education and volunteer coordinator.

DANCE

Adult Ballroom & Latin Dance

Amanda Showell (302)-377-3088. www.dancingontheshore.com.

LESSONS

Piano & Guitar Lessons
Instructor: Raymond Remesh (410) 829-0335

Voice Lessons
Instructor: Erika Knepp (443) 254-0157

For additional information, visit academyartmuseum.org or call the Museum at 410-822-2787.