Power of the Purse
Power of the Purse is scheduled for Monday, June 8th, 2015 and will be held at Fretz Kitchen Showroom in Columbia.
Gently used and vintage purses will be available for cash and carry. New and designer handbags, some of which will be filled with goodies, will be included in the Silent Auction. There will be light fare, networking, and much more!
Location Info:Fretz Kitchen Showroom 9204 Berger Road Columbia, MD
The Origins of Jazz; Seth Kibel, Musician
Part of the Salon Series at the Columbia Art Center.
Enjoy an evening of music and discussion which focuses on the early decades of music that is now called jazz. The discussion will focus on New Orleans where multiple ethnicities and several musical traditions all converged to give birth to this uniquely American genre. You will then travel to Chicago, in the 1920s, and wind up in New York, which ultimately becomes the epicenter of jazz from the 1930s up until the present day. Genres examined will include dixieland, stride piano, early swing, and big band music.
Location Info:Columbia Art Center 6100 Foreland Garth Columbia, MD 21045
Contact Info:410-730-0075 Email »
ARTreach Mosaic Mural Workshop
Join artist Susan Stockman and your fellow community members to create a collaborative mosaic. The first mosaic panel will be unveiled at the free ARTreach Festival at Long Reach Village Center on June 20th. Later this year, the completed mural will be installed at Long Reach for everyone to enjoy!
This is a FREE hands-on workshop open to ages 8 and over.
(All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.)
Register for the ARTreach Mosaic Mural Workshops today! Space is limited. Advance registration is suggested. Drop in for a few hours or stay for full session. Attend one or more sessions!
Go to our website at www.artreachhoco.org or call 410-313-2787.
Location Info:Columbia Youth & Teen Center, Oakland Mills Village Center 5853 Robert Oliver Pl Columbia, MD 21045
Contact Info:410-313-ARTS (2787) Visit Website »
“Shades of Summer” Exhibit Reception at Artists’ Gallery of Columbia
This exhibit will run from June 1-26.
All exhibits and receptions are free and open to the public.
2015 marks the Artists’ Gallery’s 20th Anniversary!
Location Info:The Artists' Gallery of Columbia American City Building 10227 Wincopin Circle Columbia, MD
Contact Info:410-740-8249 Email »
Bring It On – The Musical
Based on the major motion picture franchise of the same name, Bring It On the Musical follows would-be cheer captain Campbell as she is suspiciously re-districted from preppy Truman High to the hard-knock Jackson High. Against the odds, Campbell befriends the head of Jackson’s dance crew, Danielle. Together, they form a powerhouse cheerleading squad to stand toe-to-toe with Campbell’s old team while they learn about the complexities of friendship, jealousy, betrayal, and forgiveness.
Bring It On the Musical features a book by Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q), music by Lin-Manuel Miranda (In The Heights) and Tom Kitt (Next to Normal), and lyrics by Amanda Green (High Fidelity). With the Broadway pedigree of its creators, there’s no wonder that Bring It On was nominated for a Best Musical TONY Award in 2013.
Drama Learning Center’s Teen Professional Company, TYA (Teaching Young Actors), presents its spring production of Bring It On the Musical from June 12-20, 2015 at Drama Learning Center in Columbia.