UPCOMING and ONGOING FREE EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Arts Fuel Change, our weeklong summer camp under the Artists for Social Change program, began this morning! Campers will discuss and reflect on current issues surrounding Education in the morning session and Healthcare in the afternoon session. In each, they will learn an art skill they can use as a medium for expressing their views and leading others to create change.
Please note: Our Jump Start with the Arts fundraiser originally scheduled for July 31 has been postponed. Stay tuned for a September date to be announced.
Christina Campo-Abdoun, Asmara Sium, Elena Velasco, Barry Bergey and Josephine Garnem join Carpe Diem Arts' Advisory Council.
Did you miss the Maryland Arts Summit June 3-4, virtually brought to us by the Maryland Citizens for the Arts and Maryland State Arts Council? Busy Graham and Denise Jones were pleased to present their Creative Keynote program on Thursday, June 3. We are hoping to hear of an archive copy we can link here for you. Stay tuned.
Carpe Diem Arts was recently featured in Attraction magazine. Highlighted was our virtual Cultural Heritage Concert series, produced in partnership with Brookletts Place and Talbot County Free Library.
The story of how 1,700 handwritten cards
came from across the world for a group of D.C. hospital workers! Check out The Washington Post Article about a special community project that grew out of the Daily Antidote of Song program c/o Washington Revels and Carpe Diem Arts.