ManneqART Hair & Makeup Competition
Presented by the Columbia Festival of the Arts. Enjoy this free event with family and friends as you watch talented international hair sculptors and special effects movie makeup artists work on models wearing Sculpture on the Human Form themed creations representing Organics, Robotics, Time and Motion. Free
Time:8am - 6pm
Location Info:Historic Savage Mill 8600 Foundry St Savage, MD 20763
Reception: Picture Windows
A wine and cheese reception for an exhibition June 7 thru August 9 featuring the 100 year-old tradition of screen painting, including works created by members of The Painted Screen Society of Baltimore. Newly released book The Painted Screens of Baltimore: An Urban Folk Art Revealed by Elaine Eff will be available for purchase during the opening reception.
Location Info:The Meeting House Gallery, Oakland Mills Interfaith Center 5885 Oliver Place Columbia, MD 21045
Movie Mondays: Sprout Film Festival
Presented by the Columbia Festival of the Arts in partnership with The Arc of Howard County & Howard Community College. Poignant, beautiful, humorous and thought provoking short films created by, for and about individuals with disabilities. Sprout showcases film related to the field of developmental disabilities, fulfilling its mission to make the invisible visible. Post-screening Q&A with Sprout founder and executive director Anthony Di Salvo.
Location Info:Monteabaro Hall, The Horowitz Center at Howard Community College 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway Columbia, MD 21044
Things that Scare Me Reception – The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery
This multi-media exhibition features regional artists who created work that examines the concept of fear. Presented in Partnership with Howard Community College. Free.
Location Info:Rouse Company Foundation Gallery, Horowitz Center at Howard Community College 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway Columbia, MD 21044
The Stoop Storytelling Sereis: Things that Scare Me
Presented by The Columbia Festival of the Arts in Partnership with Howard Community College. Listen to personal stories told by the people who have lived them – not professional storytellers, just every day folks with astounding tales to tell, all true accounts of extraordinary events and experiences. Want to tell a story about things that scare you? Find out how you can participate at www.columbiafestival.org. Things That Scare Me is also the theme of the art exhibit in The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery. Stoop attendees are invited to the exhibit reception in the Gallery prior to the evening’s performance.