Instructors at Arts/Harmony Hall Regional Center Show off Their Talents August 20 to October 12; Hold Opening Reception August 25
By Annamarya Scaccia
Artists are born.
Well, not entirely. Artists are, of course, born with the passion to create. But that need—and the talent that is bred from it—are nurtured by supportive peers and adults. And for performing and fine arts students, that education is primarily offered by instructors.
But instructors are more than those gifted individuals with a desire for passing on the skills of their crafts to apprentices. They, too, are also a talented bunch and, sometimes, the spotlight should turn on them.
And that’s exactly what the Arts/Harmony Hall Regional Center will do from August 20 to October 12 with its Instructor’s Exhibit. The free exhibit will showcase the diverse works of its visual and performing arts teachers from the African dance and drumming, belly dancing, photography, drawing, painting, creative dramatics, drama, liturgical dancing, modern dance, watercolor, ballet and street dance disciplines.
The center, located at 10701 Livingston Road in Fort Washington, will also hold a free public reception for the artist on Saturday, August 25 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Celebrating diversity in the arts is what makes Prince George’s County beautiful. Now let’s celebrate those that help get those artists there.
Arts/Harmony Hall Regional Center Instructor’s Exhibit Public Reception for the Artists
Saturday, August 25
3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Arts/Harmony Hall Regional Center
10701 Livingston Road
Fort Washington, MD 20744Published on Prince George’s Suite – Monday, August 20, 2012