ART LIVES HERE

Creative Life in the Gateway Arts District

Maryland Arts Day

Art Lives Here has the pleasure of attending Maryland Arts Day, hosted by Maryland Citizens for the Arts, yesterday February 20th, 2013.

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It was a wonderful day of arts talk, arts action and arts advocacy. The two primary goals of the day were:

1) to maximize the number lawmakers with whom we reach

2) to empower our unified and personally unique messages about the need for public support for the arts to be heard by lawmakers

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Keynote speaker Dr. Charles Limb, Associate Professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, talked about his unique study of jazz improvisation that revealed important new findings regarding patterns of brain activity that underlie spontaneous musical creativity.

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@joesmovement had some of our favorite tweets of the day (see more great tweets here: https://twitter.com/search/%23MDartsday2013):

Thanks to all that made this incredible day possible!

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About neenajoe

Joe’s Movement Emporium is a cultural arts hub that acts as a catalyst for creativity and economic opportunity for all through productions and programs in education, artist services and work readiness. Located in the town center of Mount Rainier, Maryland within the Prince George’s County Gateway Arts District, the organization supports and promotes creative projects of local artists and community groups. For additional information on programs and events, please visit www.joesmovement.org

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