Saturday, September 19, 2015

Charity art auction

On Thursday September 24, 2015  Washington ArtWorks 
will be hosting a Silent Auction to benefit a non-profit organization called Mothers 2 Mothers.

click here for the online auction
The  participating artists are:

Andrea Burchette, Barbara Collins, Dee Daly, Steven Dobbin, Mary Elcano, David Heatwole, Jay Hendricks, Liz Holm, Teresa Camacho Hull, Sarah Irvin, Nancy Jacobs, Rebecca Jackson, Nathan Loda, Jeanean Songco Martin, Sheryl Massaro, Caroline Mayer, Ceci Cole McInturff, Jim Mitchell, Joanna Morrison, Sue Moses, Doug Moulden, Natalya Parris, Joan Plato, Lisa K Rosenstein, Richard Schellenberg, Phyllis Jacobs Stripling, Ratha Soumphntphakdy, Eleanor Wang, and Craig Witt.
mothers2mothers (m2m) is an African-based non-profit organization working to eliminate pediatric AIDS and improve the health of mothers and their families. We train, employ, and empower HIV-positive women to work as Mentor Mothers in understaffed health centers and communities. Through this simple and effective model, m2m has reached more than 1.3 million HIV-positive women in nine African countries.
WHEN: Thursday, September 24, 2015
             6:30–9:30 pm
WHERE: Washington ArtWorks
               12276 Wilkins Avenue
               Rockville, MD 20852

RSVP: Contact Theresa Rhodes by Sept. 22
at or
call 202-467-1746

Job in the Arts

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is seeking an Arts Specialist who will work in Community Arts Services to develop and implement multi-disciplinary arts programs which targets a general and diverse population, as well as providing professional development and opportunities for local artists. The incumbent will oversee the programs for traditional theatre and exhibition settings and non-traditional settings, such as community centers and parks.
The Arts Specialist is responsible for providing performing arts programs for a county-wide audience of all ages consistent with the objectives of the Division’s Community Arts Unit.  Duties for this position include supervising summer day camps at two sites; managing teen arts events and programming at various sites; planning music, dance and theater performances and programs for indoor and outdoor facilities; being a liaison to community center staff to coordinate programs and resources as needed, collect and review program data, and other duties as assigned.  This position plans and supports events, classes, festivals, and programs throughout Prince George’s County in collaboration with colleagues, artist groups, community partners, and arts organizations.  Successful candidates will have experience in youth development, budget management, quality customer service, staff supervision, event planning, program management, and a background in an arts discipline: music, theater, visual arts or dance.
Click on the “Apply” link at the top of the page on the above link, or go to:
An online account is required to apply.