Sponsored by the MICA Alumni Association, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mica.edu/artmarket. Featuring: Camellia A. Blackwell, Fine Artist/ICAD
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Learn how to identify various trees, wildflowers, birds, berries and more. Tour lead by Virginia State Forester Joe Rossetti.
6001 Jamina Downs
13766 Sillamon Road
ICAD Business Partnerships and Links: Smithsonian Institution, Laurel Historical Society, National Museum For Women in The Arts, The Volunteer Center Serving Howard County, Maryland State Arts Council, Howard County Arts Council, Maryland Institute College of Art, University of Maryland, Bowie State University, Ellipse Art Center, Sister Cities International Programs, International Executive Service Corps, Triumph Register of America, Nations Capitol Jaguar Owners Club, Center For Educational and Environmental Development, Jensen Auto Club USA, and Taffel Engineering.
ICAD Board of Directors: Sherman D. Taffel, President; Dr. Sonia Fierro Luperini, Cultural Affairs; Sylvia Diehl, Marketing Consultant; Anthony Cancro, Community Outreach; Sherman D. Taffel, Financial Advisor
International Center for Artistic Development, Inc.
Executive Director - Camellia A. Blackwell, Ph.D.
6001 Jamina Downs
Columbia, MD 21045
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday - Sunday by appointment only.
The Opening Reception date has been rescheduled to Friday, November 8th at 6PM to 9PM.
Featured artists are:
Camellia A. Blackwell,
Nathaniel K. Gibbs,
Mary Jo Tydlacka,
Collaboration with International Center For Artistic Development, "A Synthesis Of Artistic thoughts: Multicultural Expressions
June 7 - 30, 2012
Thursday, June 7,2012, 6 pm to 9pm
Sat., "Collecting, Protecting, & Preserving Fine Art", June 16, 12 pm to 1:30 pm, RSVP: 410-730-6008 www.eubieblake.org
Honoring Hispanic Heritage
Opening Reception, November 17, 2011
Closing reception, Februarly 9, 2012
6PM to 9PM
Sunday, December 5, 2010 - 5:00-8:00PM
The Other Barn, Columbia MD 21045
Professional consultant and designer of publications such as brochures, posters, flyers, business cards, letterhead and branding logos, utilizing drawing and design techniques, computer graphics and desktop publishing programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Correl Draw, N-Design, Quark Express, Microsoft Office, and Dreamweaver.
Servicing government agencies, public companies and individuals with award winning designs and publications.
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MRHS Key Club students designed and produced holiday greeting cards for the ICAD Holiday Fund Raiser Project.
Children's Art Classes taught by Dr. Camellia A. Blackwell, Fine Artist/Art Educator/Executive Director, ICAD
1. Select your card design.
2. At the pull-down menu select Donation-Gift-Pkg.
3.Confirmation of receipt of donation (or order )will be emailed to the donor or purchaser.
4.The gift package (or order) will be sent within a week.
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Learn how to protect, conserve, and determine when professional assistance is appropriate for archival restorations of family keepsakes. Archival restoration examples will be shown.
High school and university students learn valuable skills as gallery assistants, administrative assistants, or artist assistants. Students may assist with website design, administrative duties, art exhibitions, publications, the mailing list, fundraising, or making craft items as fundraisers.
To register or for additional information, contact
Dr. Blackwell at 410-730-6008 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, April 15, 2011, 6-8pm
Exhibition may be viewed April 14 - May 1, 2011
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Monday - Friday, June 11-15 and Monday - Friday June 25-29, 2018. 9 am to 12 noon.
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Thursday, November 17, 2016 from
8:30 am - 1:30 pm.
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For Children and Adults
Tuesdays and Wednesdays 3:30 - 4:30 PM
Cost: $25.00 per 1 hour class
Materials are included in the price
Improve your drawing and painting skills using dry and wet media: graphite, charcoal, pastels, water color and gouache. Develop left brain/right brain cognitive skills while creating a work of art and exploring new techniques in creativity.
Registration is required 24 hours prior to class. Payments can be made by cash, check or credit card. Register by phone 410-730-6008 or email: email@example.com.
Art students with their paper weave greeting card designs made at the Camp Camellia Tree Farm &
Art Center Tent 2014.
The All Veterans Garden was inspired and encouraged at the Veterans Farm Tour of Camp Camellia Tree Farm a few years ago. It was completed by veteran volunteers and dedicated in 2015.
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Featuring: Camellia A. Blackwell, Emily Ceballos, Laura Benson, Leah Taylor, Mary Jo Tydlacka, Reggie Smith, Luis Peralta, Dorothy Friedman, and Jennie S. Campbell
Saturday November 7, 2014
Presentation on Weaving and Bobbin Lace by
Camellia Blackwell-Taffel, Ph.D.
Remington United Methodist Church
ICAD/MICA Alumni & Friends Art Exhibition
July 1- August 23, 2013
Opening Reception - Thursday, July 25, 2013
600PM to 8:30PM
The distinguished artists presenting their artworks are:
Camellia A. Blackwell-Taffel, '77, Matt Fenton P, '11, Nathaniel Kato Gibbs, '75, Tommy Roberts, '86, and Leah J. Taylor, '92.
Columbia Art Center
September 8 - October 2, 2011
For more information, visit www.ColumbiaArtCenter.org.
September 5 - October 31, 2011
Reception: September 10, 5 - 8PM
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September 17- October 30, 2011
Gallery hours: Saturday-Sunday, 12-4pm by appointment
To arrange a visit, please call 410-730-6008 or send an email.
For more information about Road to the Arts or Howard County Arts Council, visit www.hocoarts.org.