Queen Anne's Centre For The Arts presents...
Farm to Fork
Dinner & Entertainment
at the Sanger Barn.
Saturday, September 24th
from 6:00 to 10:00 in the evening.
435 Cinnamon Teal Drive
Centreville, Maryland 21617
Enjoy the opportunity to view
Private Western Auto
FOR TICKET AND INFORMATION
The Lancaster Sight and Sound Theater
Friday, October 21st at 2:45 pm.
$80 for adults $60 for children under 12. Lunch not included. Bus tour leaves promptly at 11:00 Friday morning, 10/21/16 from fringe parking lot on
Rte. 8 by the K-Mart.
For ticket sales 410.758.2520 / queenannescountyarts.com
Queen Anne’s County Arts Council is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization committed to promoting,
expanding and sustaining the arts. Your donations are tax deductible
Small Works is back!
Additional dates coming soon!
Queen Anne's County Centre for the Arts, 206 S Commerce St. Centreville
CALL FOR ENTRIES
An exhibit of black and white portrait photography
of Maryland's Eastern Shore.
Theme: "About Face" Capturing the magic of the Eastern Shore through the faces of its people.
Submissions: 8" x 10" black and white photography, full bleed (no white margins), horizontal or vertical, photo paper, do not sign. On a separate sheet, please include your name, photo title (optional), phone number, and email address. Please note, photo entries will not be returned.
Entry Fee: $15 per entry, $10 for members of Queen Anne's County Arts Council. (Not a member? You can become one for $25 a year for an individual, $35 for a family!)
Entries must be received by the Centre for the Arts, at 206 South Commerce Street in Centreville, Maryland 21617, by Monday, October 24, 2016, at 3:00 pm.
Entries may be mailed or dropped off in person. If mailing, be sure your mailing is sturdy and flat so as not to become crushed or folded in transit.
Opening and Reception will be held on Friday, November 4, 2016, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Centre for the Arts in Centreville, Maryland.
Encouraged attire is black, white, and all shades of gray. Martinis will be featured. Beer, white, and light hors d'oreuvres will also be served.
Entries will be judged by Anne Nielsen. Anne earned her B.A. in Art History at the Connecticut College in New London, Connecticut. She continued her instruction in art and photography in Sorbonne -Paris, and New York University. In 1987 she established Anne Nielsen Photography. She has worked with numerous clients including Johnson & Johnson, Chase Manhattan Bank, Lord & Taylor, and MacMillan Publishing. Nielsen has exhibited her work throughout the United States, and many venues on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, including the Queen Anne’s County Centre for the Arts. For the About Face exhibit, Nielsen will have just returned from doing an exhibit in Germany.
Too learn more about Anne Nielsen visit her website www.annenielsen.com
Disclaimer: Because this is a juried show of portrait photography, it is the responsibility of the individual photographer to be sure that the subjects of said photograph are aware that their likeness is being entered in the show. The images will be on display to the public, and may be portrayed in local press coverage of the event.
We are pleased to partner with Chesapeake College to bring the power of storytelling to the Eastern Shore. A simple story breathes life into information people want to share with each other. There is no substitute for the power, simplicity, and basic truth of the well-told story. We are all storytellers - we live our lives through a network of stories. People, crave, remember, and honor stories. Storytelling is for everyone regardless of age, demographic, or background; it brings us together. Whether they are tall tales or true tales, ancient or modern, stories have a way of bonding listeners together as they become fellow travelers on a magic carpet ride to the land of long ago and far away. Join us for an evening of mesmerizing stories and get swept away! Proceeds benefit the 2017 Inaugural Chesapeake Storytelling Festival.
Heck With The Malls
December 3rd, 2016
"This world is but a canvas to our imagination." -Henry David Thoreau
In the news
The Centre for the Arts will follow the QAC Public Schools with regard to the cancellation of events and classes for the safety of our patrons.