Featured Events

Apr 18

Columbia Festival of the Arts Fine Arts Activities for Children

Children aged 5-11 are invited to explore the visual arts with unique activities on the Festival’s American Routes theme led by KidzArt, Howard County’s celebrated advocates of childhood creativity. Each guided art class will last approximately one hour. Pre-registration is recommended as each project is limited to 25 participants. Register by calling 410.715.3044 or email workshops@columbiafestival.com.

Time:

10am

Location Info:

Historic Oakland 5430 Vantage Point Road Columbia, MD 21044

Contact Info:

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Apr 18

Columbia Festival of the Arts presents Live Model Drawing

Whether you are a beginner or an advanced artist, Live Model Drawing classes are a great opportunity to develop or refine your life drawing skills! Each session is limited to 25 participants, and these intimate life drawing class allow you to draw the figure at your own pace and receive individual critique from the moderator. CFA provides model and moderator; drawing supplies not included.

Time:

11:30am

Location Info:

Historic Oakland 5430 Vantage Point Road Columbia, MD 21044

Contact Info:

410-715-3044 Email » Visit Website »

Apr 18

Columbia Festival of the Arts presents Marc Edwards

Mark Edwards’ route to classical music began as a 13-year-old student in Alabama, lead him to The Peabody Institute of Music, then on to concerts throughout the world. Since 1998, Mark has earned 32 top prizes in The United States, Canada, Italy, Germany, and Thailand. Recent engagements include Trinity Church in New York City, The Toronto Guitar Symposium, the Mississippi Guitar Festival. His most recent recording is a three disc set, “…for Moonlight,” “Yule Like This,” and “Giving Voice,” featuring the music of Baltimore composer, Karen Amrhein.

Time:

12pm

Location Info:

Historic Oakland 5430 Vantage Point Road Columbia, MD 21044

Contact Info:

410-715-3044 Email » Visit Website »

Apr 18

Columbia Festival of the Arts presents The Amish Project

A sensation at the New York International Fringe Festival, The Amish Project is a devastating look into the mystical world of the Amish and the act of forgiveness. On October 2, 2006 a thirty-year-old man walked into a one-room Amish schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania and opened fire. Later that same day, the Amish community forgave the gunman in an act that shocked the world with its unprecedented display of forgiveness and compassion.

Time:

2pm

Location Info:

5410 Leaf Treader Way Columbia, MD 21044

Contact Info:

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Apr 18

Columbia Festival of the Arts presents Townhall

Featuring HoCo natives Thomas Hunter and Joshua Barnett, with Carol Anne and Karl Mitze, TownHall presents a new kind of American folk music. Their sound may have come by route of Appalachia and Ireland, but it is fueled by Mozart! With original material and Mozart’s 1785 masterpiece, Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, K. 478, this unusual musical blend is part Tom Waits and part The Chieftains. TownHall’s songs are at once new and traditional, influenced by the past, and inspired by the present.

Time:

2pm

Location Info:

Historic Oakland 5430 Vantage Point Road Columbia, MD 21044

Contact Info:

410-715-3044 Email » Visit Website »

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