The Fifth Annual A-RTS at Rockville Town Square Arts Festival returns May 6-7 for two days of art, food and live music.
The free festival will transform the streets surrounding Town Square Plaza into an outdoor art gallery, featuring more than 160 nationally recognized artists from across the country working in ceramics, drawing, fiber, glass, graphics, jewelry, metalwork, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, wood and mixed media. Continue reading “A-RTS Festival Returns to Town Square This Month”
The sycamore tree in Horizon Hill Park may just be a 15-foot tall stump right now, but Rockville’s hoping it can become a work of art. The city’s Recreation and Parks Department and Cultural Arts Commission are seeking artists experienced in working with wood to transform the stump into something special. Applications will be accepted for the arts project until May 31.
James Mabry’s blues guitar and vocals will accompany the opening reception for the Rockville Art League semi-annual juried members’ exhibition at the Glenview Mansion Art Gallery, Sunday, May 21.
View watercolor, oil, charcoal, pencil and sculpture works and meet the artists beginning at 1:30 p.m.
Mabry’s performance, which includes grooves drawn from the Mississippi Delta to the juke joints of Chicago, will be in the mansion’s living room.
The reception is free and open to the public. For more information, phone 240-314-8682, or visit www.rockvillemd.gov/glenview
The F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre will be closed from July 24-Sept. 6 for roof beam reinforcement and installation of a new motorized light bar, so stock up on upcoming shows and performances to get you over the summer lull.