CHESTERTOWN — RiverArts’ ArtsAlive! Community Education Center, located on 200 High St., and Clay Studio, located at 204 High St., will host a variety of workshops for those looking to learn a new skill or skills in the new year.
BETTERTON — In partnership with the Kent Cultural Alliance (formerly the Kent County Arts Council) and Kent County Parks and Recreation, the Town of Betterton is holding a contest to design artwork for the 15 trash barrels at its beach. The purpose is to promote the message of maintaining a…
MARYDEL, Del. — On Sunday, Jan. 12, the Eastern Shore Bluegrass Association will host a concert by the Simmons Family at the Marydel firehouse on Firehouse Lane in Marydel, Del.
CHESTERTOWN — Rousing folk tunes of Appalachia will meet melodies sung in Gaelic at the first Resonance concert of the new year at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 12.
CHESTERTOWN — The Artists’ Gallery will host a reception featuring paintings created by each of the five partners during the foremost First Friday event in the new year.
EASTON — The Avalon Theatre will close the year with a weekend consisting of acoustic music and storytelling, a jazz vocalist with Eastern Shore roots and a Grammy-nominated indie Americana band.
CHESTERTOWN — Problem solver, question answerer and performer of “all manners of crucial tasks,” Sue Wilson, will take on the newly created role of gallery director at RiverArts.
CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County High School senior Cara Brown is the winner of the state’s “I Voted” Sticker Student Art Competition in the high school category.
RIDGELY — There’s a story behind each of Easton artist Jeremy Joseph’s paintings, on view in the Adkins Arboretum Visitor’s Center through January, a news release states.
CHESTERTOWN — The Garfield Center for the Arts is seeking a skilled nonprofit executive to provide leadership and guidance that results in the institution reaching its potential as the cultural and artistic leader of the region, according to a news release.
CHESTERTOWN — After 23 years and some changes to its format, organizers for the annual Chestertown Jazz Festival still know how to wow a crowd, with this year’s headliner having performed a presidential solo.
The Chestertown Jazz Festival ran Thursday through Monday. Concerts were held at the Mainstay in Rock Hall and the Garfield Center for the Arts and Wilmer Park in Chestertown. There also was a film screening at Sumner Hall in Chestertown. Our photos are from Saturday's Jazz in the Park serie…