This program will take place on Google Meet. Use the following info to get to the meeting. You are not required to have a google account or even a computer to join in, feel free to call in with the number below.
PIN: 452 999 734#
It is an empowering and rewarding experience. to write an hour each week, at the same time and place. It serves as powerful support for building your daily writing discipline. The world still needs our creative efforts
Children’s Chorus of Maryland has spots open in our beginner choir starting January 2021 for children currently in Kindergarten through second grade. Young choristers attend live, small-group, playful musicianship classes Wednesdays & Saturdays, led by one of our Kodaly-trained instructors, all of whom hold masters degrees in music education.
Returning for the spring semester, Crickets is a fun, play-based music and movement class for boys and girls ages 4 to 6. Try out the first class without committing! Trained teachers engage the body and the mind in joyful music-making through musical games and movement. Offered by Children’s Chorus of Maryland (CCM), Crickets gently encourages young children to explore the voice as their first true instrument. Offered entirely online this spring- our next 6-week sessions start January 16th. Small classes limited to 8 children, with multiple start times!
For the fourth and final installment of the institution’s Core Conversation Series, MCHC is hosting a conversation on “community,” where Dr. Porchia Moore, Museum Critical Race Theorist, and Nina Simon, designer, instigator, and advocate for community-driven institutions, join Katie Caljean, MCHC’s Vice President of Education & Strategic Engagement, in a conversation about how history museums can be relevant, responsive, and useful for many audiences in today’s disconnected and fast-paced world.
Would you be interested in learning how to naturally reduce stress and anxiety by using simple, rapid and research-based strategies? Participants in this workshop will learn about the science of mindfulness as well as techniques that can be used to calm the body and the mind in under a minute and can be used anywhere at anytime.
Join Sophia Casey, Professional Certified Coach and leadership consultant, and author of Fierce Vulnerability: A Colored Girl’s Truths, Trials, and Triumphs welcomes a panel of subject matter experts and leaders in the Black community to speak at the Fierce Vulnerability Summit: Real Talk about Sisterhood on December 10, 2020 at 7 pm eastern via Facebook.
YOUR TICKET INCLUDES:
2 Hour Virtual Linoleum Printmaking Art Class
10 Self-Printed Cards to Stamp and Take Home with Envelopes
All Tools and Materials Needed to Create your Own Lino Blocks
Instruction from Start to Finish
*Google Meet Link Will Be Sent the Day of the Workshop*
We're bringing back our popular Brain Basics webinar offered this summer as part of the Art, Mindfulness, and the Brain series. During this free event, learn brain basics, including why the mind needs emotional—not rational—motivation in order to accomplish goals. Presenters include Tim Phillips and Dr. Bill Casebeer from Beyond Conflict and Traci Methena and Morag Bradford from Creative City Public Charter School. Advance registration strongly recommended.
Join the Creative Alliance's Artesanas Mexicanas to make and decorate traditional artificial food.
Monday, December 14th at 4pm: Form your food from papier-mâché
Wednesday, December 16th at 4pm: Paint and decorate your artificial food
This is a two-part program series and participants should plan to attend both sessions.
paper or newspaper
paint and paintbrush
Calligraphy remains one of the world’s most beautiful, dynamic, and powerful artistic expressions. Join Adriana Proser, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Quincy Scott Curator of Asian Art; Dany Chan, Assistant Curator of Asian Art; and Ashley Dimmig, Wieler-Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow in Islamic Art, as they discuss a selection of calligraphy in the Walters collections.
Join us for an in-depth conversation with artists Katharina Grosse and Eric N. Mack, moderated by critic and art historian Dr. Molly Warnock. Inspired by the exhibition Katharina Grosse: Is It You?, Grosse and Mack will discuss the intersections of their work, processes, and influences during this livestreamed conversation.
Baltimore-based artist LaToya M. Hobbs’ work deals with figurative imagery that addresses beauty, cultural identity, and womanhood as they relate to women of the African Diaspora. In conversation with Keondra Prier, Manager of School Programs, LaToya shares her experiences as a portraitist, a mother, and the 2020 Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize Winner. LaToya and Keondra will also discuss how teaching and educational styles relate to creating art.
visit https://www.mcreds.org/ for a full list of Maryland Micro-Credentials for Creative Classrooms courses offered.. Please click the “Learn More” button to view the course description, a full syllabus, dates/locations, and bios of the facilitators.
We’re excited to announce the launch of the “Virtually Creative” after-school program.
The “Virtually Creative” after school program is an extension of our onsite programming that takes place at John Ruhrah Elementary/ Middle and Tench Tilghman Elementary/ Middle. In an effort to continue supporting our schools we are providing afterschool programming online. Each day, students receive homework help and hangout time to connect with friends. They will also have virtual Restorative Practice circles every Friday. Below is a detailed breakdown of the Virtually Creative schedule.