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Patrick Dougherty – International Environmental Sculptor

If you’ve been on the Maryland Hall campus, you’ve probably noticed the magnificent, giant oak tree near the Nature Sacred meditative labyrinth. If you haven’t, you’ve got an exceptional reason to do so now. The tree is in the process of being surrounded by a growing, awe-inspiring sculpture being…

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Athletes for the Arts, Streaming Live!

It’s not too late to sign up for what promises to be a novel virtual program hosted by the Michael E. Busch Center for the Arts at Maryland Hall, online in Annapolis on Wednesday night, January 27, at 7:00 p.m. Not coincidentally, the center is named after the late Maryland Speaker of the House, a…

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Summer Art Camps for Kids: Virtual and In-Person

ArtFarm Studios offers two upcoming camps as part of their August summer camp series. Photo courtesy of Visit Annapolis. Summer camp in Annapolis is often ruled by outdoor activities, like sailing and boating. However, Annapolis is also a haven for the Arts! Our historic town on the Bay is privy to…

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Art for All at Maryland Hall

Dancers from Fidget Arts. Photos courtesy of Maryland Hall. Summer has arrived and it's time to get out, enjoy some live performances, or maybe catch a flick on a big screen. Even in the social distancing atmosphere, tis' the season to embrace the sunshine, be creative, and experience the arts…

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Annapolis Galleries Rally to Keep the Art Coming

Hello, art lovers! Are you missing your trips to the galleries and the fun exhibition events? In need of some quality distraction from the steady stream of news and info about what’s happening right now? Or perhaps you’ve gone down the Facebook rabbit hole of hysterical animal videos for hours on…

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Bringing Annapolis to You

There is no shortage of news stories gripping the world right now about the unprecedented COVID-19 illness that is wreaking havoc globally. In these countless articles, writers who are far more qualified than I will inform you about the biology, the data, the economics, and the cultural impact of…

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I Love My Neighborhood

My husband and I moved to Annapolis from Washington DC’s Cleveland Park neighborhood, building a house in a waterfront community on the Severn River. For him, it was a return to the hometown of his boyhood, a move that delighted his parents and childhood friends. For me, a native New Englander…

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