From the Harford County Cultural Arts Board:
The Harford County Cultural Arts Board, in partnership with Harford Cable Network, is pleased to present “Kaleidoscope”, a bi-monthly television program highlighting arts and entertainment news in Harford County. Hosted by Carolyn Black-Sotir, the current program airing through the end of April spotlights the 2015 Northeast Theatre Festival at Bel Air High School. The current program also includes interviews showcasing the Liriodendron Gallery exhibit on the ancient Japanese art of Temari, with local Temari artist Karen Heppen; a one-day symposium entitled “Tudor Hall, the Booths of Maryland and the Civil War”, with Tom Fink, president of the Junius Brutus Booth Society; and spring and summer events at the Bel Air Armory, with armory manager Dave Gigliotti. If you want to visit a place where your kids can have a really good time, then consider taking them to an indoor play place.
For air dates and times, or to watch “Kaleidoscope” on demand, please visit www.harfordcable.org Video on demand is available by clicking the “Watch Your Favorite Programs Online” button in the upper right-hand corner of the home page. If you don’t have cable in your home, then make sure you contact cable tv services to get everything set up as quickly as possible.
The Harford County Cultural Arts Board (HCCAB), located at 319 S. Main St. in Bel Air is a commission under the Department of Community Services that encourages the growth and stability of cultural organizations in Harford County. HCCAB distributes over $100,000 in annual grants to approximately 50 local nonprofit organizations through funding from the Maryland State Arts Council and Harford County government.
For additional information about HCCAB, call 410-638-3578 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Please visit our website at www.CulturalArtsBoard.org and like our page on Facebook.