June 12-28, 2020

2020 Vision – Comedy, Arts, Food, Film & Celebrations

 

Your Summer Starts Here!

     Vol 1 Issue 1 2020

 

Famished for fun? Join the talented teens from All County Improv as they cook up a delectable benefit brunch for Columbia Festival of the Arts with the help of some exceptional Howard County guests. Includes a sneak preview from the upcoming April Merriweather concert production of Les Miserables! Click here for tickets and taste of this Saturday February 22 Special Event!


 

Click here or on the image to check out our new Free Lakefest Weekend teaser video!  And we’ll be adding a bunch of new video previews on our website and social media highlighting all the talented musicians and artists who will be strutting their stuff this Summer!  Would you like to appear in a video? We want to hear what you love about Lakefest and Columbia Festival of the Arts!  Click here to submit.
 

Columbia Film Festival 2020 is developing into something bigger and better for its 3rd Season! ! More films, hands on interactive workshops, live stage events, screenplay readings, professional guest panels, Social gatherings and more!
Columbia Festival of the Arts and Columbia Film Festival are thrilled to join forces with REP Stage in 2020!  If you haven’t heard, here is their newly announced 2020/2021 Season!  Click Here for more details!
 

 

 

Columbia Art Center, one of our longtime partners has some great offerings!

Sister Cities International Art Contest

Create art, win prizes, and have a chance for your artwork to be showcased around the country. It’s an artist’s dream come true, and it’s open to all Howard County teens between the ages of 13-18. The 2020 Sister Cities International Young Artist Competition is an annual contest that encourages youth worldwide to express the mission of Sister Cities International through original artwork.

Columbia Art Center Workshop: Intro to Alcohol Ink

Enjoy this one-day, three-hour workshop with Chris Guercio as you explore what alcohol inks are and some basic techniques. For ages 16 and older

 

Tuesday, February 11, 7:30 p.m.
Oakland Mills High School, Columbia, MD

Maryland Winds celebrate diversity with music from a wide array of cultures and composers from around the world. Includes a world premiere of a Timothy Mahr work celebrating the iGeneration, also known as Generation Z.

Sarah McIver, Flute soloist. Featuring music from Giroux, Mahr, Leemans, and Hanssen! Click Here For Tickets or more information.









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