June/July 2020
news & updates
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Maryland Center for the Arts office is closed to the public. Office Visits must be arranged by appointment. To communicate with office staff, please email Amanda Pugh at apugh@mdcfa.org to schedule an appointment time to visit the office.
Virtual Workshops & Mini-Master Classes!
Choreographing & Performing Dance Virtually
July 9

Instructor: Asya Zlatina, Artistic Director
Date: Thursday, July 9
Time: 8pm
Location: Online at Facebook.com/MDCenterfortheArts
Registration: FREE
donations accepted to support the Maryland Center for the Arts
Virtual Theater Workshops for Students!
July 25 and August 22
Exploring Theatre and
Story-telling for Grades K-5  

Description: Theatre is all about bringing stories to life! Youth will explore places, people, and objects to collaborate to create their own unique performance using drama, movement and design. Theatre games are incorporated to help students to be able to creatively express their thoughts and feelings, as well as learn the basic elements of storytelling. 

Date: July 25 and/or Aug. 22
Time: 10am-11am
Location: Online
Cost: $10 per student
Class Limited to 25 students
Improvisational Theatre
for Grades 6-12  

Description: Learn i mprovisation skills teamwork, listening, spontaneity, and thinking on your feet. Youth will use improvisation exercises to increase performance skills, awaken creativity and learn to work with others to accomplish common goals. Scenes developed out of this creative process will result in writing brief, original scripts.

Date: July 25 and/or Aug. 22
Time: 11:30am-12:30pm
Location: Online
Cost: $10 per student
Class Limited to 25 students
The 6th Annual Harford Plein Air Painting Festival goes virtual this year! 30 juried artists from around the nation have been chosen to paint between July 1 and Sept. 16. Watch them work online and then browse the online exhibition to purchase your favorite scenes.

Go to our Plein Air page for more info on selected artists, events, and sponsorship opportunities.
2020 Dancing for the Arts
Thursday, October 22
Delta Hotel by Marriott
Hunt Balley
We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation in the State of Maryland and will commmunicate any updates or changes, as we get closer to the event.
Pendant Automation
Cassie Ward pledged to raise $10,000 for the Maryland Center for the Arts in the 2020 Dancing for the Arts Ballroom Competition.
Support her by signing up for the
Pumpkin Walk/Run
Harford County Equestrian Center
Saturday, October 10, 2020, 8:30am
Registration $30
Thanks to our Gala Sponsors!

Sponsorships & Program Ad Sales End Sept. 28 
MCA has a NEW Annual Membership Program!

Click below to check out our annual membership benefits for individuals, seniors, students, active military, families, nonprofit arts organizations, and sustaining donor/corporate memberships.

Thank you to our newest members and our charter and long-time supporters!
Thank you to our long-time supporters & members!
Your support keeps the building project advancing.
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Some programs of the MCA are supported by grants from the Maryland State Arts Council and the Harford County Cultural Arts Board with funds from the MSAC and from Harford County Community and Economic Development.