Exhibits and Events
Dorchester Center for the Arts receives citations from the
Maryland Senate and Governor Hogan in recognition of the
organization’s 45 years of service to the community.
DCA extends its appreciation to Delegate Johnny Mautz and Senator Addie Eckardt.
Photo: Accepting the citations from Senator Eckardt are DCA Board President Jon Ingersoll
and member of the inaugural Board of Directors, Georgie Feldman.
a new program for the summer of 2016.
The Dorchester Student Operetta Workshop, directed by Bonnie Forgacs.
The inaugural performance will be
“Cox and Box”
by Sir Arthur Sullivan
on the Gallery Stage. Admission is FREE
This operetta features two young men who are renting the same room without knowing it.
The printer works at night and the hatter works during the day. When the printer receives an unexpected day off, the fun begins.
Three performances: Saturday, July 16 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday, July 17 at 7 p.m..
Admission is FREE, but reservations are needed;
please call 410-228-7782 to reserve your seat.
Wine & Watercolor Art Party
Wednesday, June 29, 2016,
6 to 8:30 pm
Join us for this fun, social gathering sprinkled with art and laughter. Watercolor artist and gifted instructor Jeanne Ewell will guide you through the process of creating an original watercolor painting. Absolutely no art experience necessary. All art supplies provided. Just bring your willingness to explore color and creativity in a convivial, no-pressure environment!
Must be 21 and over.
$25 for DCA members, and $55 for non-members.
The first glass of wine is on the house; additional glasses are available for purchase.
Snacks and non-alcoholic refreshments available, too.
Please call to reserve your spot! 410-228-7782
Our shop is full of beautiful works of art for sale.
We have framed paintings, framed
photography, jewelry, knitted pieces, cards, note cards, pottery, stained glass, mobiles, books, & many other items.
All items are created by local or regional artists. Stop in to see us during our regular business hours.
If you are looking for a specific item just give us a call, 410-228-7782.
Come in and browse at your leisure.
in the DCA Gallery
Friday, June 3
Considering the museum-like ambience, patronage, and public interest in the Dorchester Center for the Arts (DCA) this is likely to be the best Tidewater Camera (TCC) exhibit ever. The Tidewater Camera Club of Easton, Maryland will be exhibiting photographs at the DCA in Cambridge beginning Friday June 3 through Sunday, June 26. An artists’ reception is planned for Saturday, June 11 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., with music and light refreshments. The DCA is located at 321 High St. Cambridge, MD.
The exhibit will cover a variety of subjects, including Eastern Shore vistas, street photography, shore scenes, waterfowl, and many other topics reflecting some of the best work of many Tidewater Camera Club photographers. It will also include judging for “Print of the Year” by renowned National Geographic and speaker Robert Madden.
The Tidewater Camera Club is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1963 with a current membership of 85. The club meets on the first and third Monday of each month from September through May at the Talbot County Community Center in Easton, Maryland. The Club’s membership is comprised of amateur and professional photographers throughout the mid-shore region. The Club’s mission is to educate, promote and share the enjoyment of photography. For more information, visit www.tidewatercameraclub.org.
A Special “THANK YOU”
to the caterers and members that provided appetizers and desserts for the
Caribbean Escape Discerning Palates Fundraiser
The High Spot, Patrick Fanning-appetizer
Jimmie & Sooks, Amanda Bramble- appetizer
Snappers Waterfront Café, John Sydnor- appetizer
Garden & Garnish, Brian Schmidt-appetizer
Marlene Lashuk – appetizer
Ruby Stratton – appetizer
Sylvia Windsor – 45th Anniversary Cake
Matthew Smyth and Alan Brock for tending bar.”
Also, a very special “thank you” to: Bruce McWilliams, BP Productions
for sponsoring the steel drum band, “Spark in Da Pan”.
Fiber Art Friday
Every Friday 10:00 am to 12 noon
Bring your project and join a great group of fiber artists.
From knitting to quilting to
rug hooking – all are welcome!
This is a FREE class.
If you need instruction on a fiber project, we have two instructors available.
Windy Karpavage is skilled in knitting, crochet, crewel, needlepoint, sewing, etc.
Mary Romans is skilled in crochet.
Stop by on a Friday and join our group, you will have a great time.
DCA membership is encouraged, but not required.
Questions call 410-228-7782.
ALL ABOARD the Summer Arts Express!
First Stop: Imagination Station at DCA!!
That’s right – Dorchester Center for the Arts offers a summer arts experience that provides the children in your life with enriching, creative fun under the supervision of experienced artists. All materials are provided for each weekly session – the only thing kids need to bring is their imagination! For summer 2016, DCA gives young artists opportunities in the visual arts, fiber arts, literary arts, music, and the performing arts. All classes are instructed by talented and professional artists ensuring a quality arts experience.
Programs run from Monday to Friday (with the exception of week 3) and have a varied curriculum from week to week. Our specialty theatre and film camps are two-week programs that require registration in both weeks. Please note that theatre camp for ages 8 – 11 is a half day program; film camp for ages 12 and up is full day. Important note: children must be the ages stated on the class descriptions. Grouping is designed according to attention span, hand size, and manual dexterity, not creative maturity.
Scholarships are available – please call 410-228-7782 for details.
Please see the Full Schedule of Classes on the Website Sidebar. This schedule can be viewed and downloaded.
Please call now to register for the classes. 410-228-7782
Choptank Writer’s Group
meets every Wednesday at DCA from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
New members welcome.