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    Maryland Hall’s ArtReach program welcomes the Hood2Good Movement as an official part of Maryland Hall’s outreach programming.

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    For an arts organization built around in-person, shared experiences, this is a challenging time. Like many of you, we are actively thinking about how to support our artists, friends, neighbors and businesses that make our world such a joy to be a part of.

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    This week we are launching a new program at Maryland Hall called Under Construction Arts, a week-long residency that will become an annual and ongoing project to celebrate the artistic process. In this inaugural developmental residency, we will work with Philadelphia based company Fidget, a platform for the experimental, collaborative work of Megan Bridge (choreographer) and Peter Price (composer/video art). Fidget is a think tank for research and discussion, offering historical, political, and philosophical access points for a deeper understanding of the art. Maryland Hall will share their development process on a new artistic piece, The Alt.terre, with our community and provide opportunities for you to connect with the creative process.

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    Laura Brino is the Outreach Coordinator at Maryland Hall. She is the lead teaching artist for the Jovenes Artistas (Young Artists) program, an outreach program that has been at Maryland Hall since 2013. The program was developed as a comprehensive arts program for at risk youth. It provides a safe environment for self-expression, confidence building and motivation to stay in school.

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    For more than 15 years, visitors to Maryland Hall have been inspired and motivated by their experiences with our labyrinth. The labyrinth is the centerpiece of Maryland Hall’s Founder’s Green (front lawn) which also includes a painter’s circle, benches, walkways and a sundial. The labyrinth and surrounding green spaces were funded by the TKF Foundation whose mission is to “support the creation of public green spaces that offer a temporary place of sanctuary, encourage reflection, provide solace, and engender peace and well-being.”

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    Maryland Hall was founded in community and collaboration. In honor of our 40th anniversary celebration, we dug into our Archives. Thanks to the dedicated work of several volunteers over the years, we have notebooks filled with news articles and clippings from the the last four decades. Enjoy one of our favorites.

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    Our commitment to our students and patrons is to keep sharing the arts however we can during our gradual reopening post-COVID. We hope you'll enjoy some of these at home activities.

  • Hugh Pocock, One thing Constantly Changing, photograph and Installation
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    Maryland artist collective 4 Alarm Artists presents the multi-venue exhibition Unnatural Causes: Art of a Critical Nature, which features works and performances by more than 30 Maryland artists and artist collectives all addressing issues related to detrimental changes to climate and biodiversity. To see every piece of art in Unnatural Causes please take time to watch the video!

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    During this time of social distancing, we want to keep sharing the arts however we can. As we pause our in-person programming, we've compiled artist interviews from our archives to share with you, all in one place:

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    Artistic Director Dianna Cuatto, who has led the Ballet Theatre of Maryland for the past 17 years, has announced her retirement effective in June. The Board of Trustees has selected Nicole Kelsch to succeed her.