Fri Sep 20

Mortified is a comic excavation of teen angst artifacts (journals, letters, poems, lyrics, home movies, stories, and more) as shared by their original authors before total strangers

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Sat Sep 21

Have you wondered how to improve your voice in both speaking and singing? Your voice is a tool that you use every day, so why not learn how to use it to its fullest potential? Using her own trademarked “Vocal Ladder Method,” Sahffi will teach you a step-by-step guide on how to use your body as an instrument. Increasing your confidence and comfort with using your speaking and singing voice.

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Sat Sep 21

The intersection of Creative Alliance resident artist Christopher Batten’s passions - fine arts and martial arts are on display through the portraits and abstract work in No Play Fighting. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Battan demonstrated a profound interest in the visual arts from the age of four. At 8, he began his journey as a martial artist. This exhibition exposes Batten’s dual interests in both fine arts and martial arts, while at the same time calling attention to how that fights led both inside and out of the ring are both equally visceral.

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Sat Sep 21

Jacqueline Copeland, longtime museum educator and now Director of Baltimore’s Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, and her husband, René Copeland, invite you to their Pikesville home for an intimate evening of art

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Sat Sep 21

Clarinetist Michael Winograd has been a leading figure in the post-revivalist generation of performers of Klezmer music.  Klezmer, instrumental Ashkenazi Jewish folk music, was rediscovered and renewed beginning in 1980s following a twenty year lull.  Baby-boomer jazz and folk musicians, interested in digging up this lost culture, (for many whom it was their own,) submerged themselves in old records, organized bands, and jump started the Klezmer Revival.  

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