The College of Southern Maryland presents an evening of music, art and mingling with the artists on Dec. 9. The multi-media musical performance of Night Sky Essays: A New Winter Solstice Concert features four multi-talented artists who will illuminate the evening with the cool rhythms of the snow-covered north, the vibrant winters of Africa and the awe-inspiring beauty of the sky on a winters night. World-renowned artists Sean Harkness, Barbara Higbie, Samite and Liz Story will conduct their performance through the combined demonstration of an array of instruments.
In addition to the Night Sky Essays: A New Winter Solstice Concert performance, the audience may begin the evening by attending a Meet-the-Artist reception including all four of the Night Sky Essays performers along with CSM Professor and artist Sue Chappelear who will discuss her latest pottery exhibit Currents.
The reception is sponsored in part by Carol and Buddy Sprague and Evie and Vincent Hungerford as part of the 40th anniversary of the CSM Foundation, beginning at 6:30 p.m., Dec. 9 at the Tony Hungerford Memorial Art Gallery, La Plata Campus, 8730 Mitchell Road, La Plata. The performance of Night Sky Essays: A New Winter Solstice Concert will follow at 8 p.m.
Tickets for the Meet the Artist reception and Night Sky Essays performance are $40 for the general public and $30 for CSM faculty and students. For those attending the Night Sky Essays performance only, tickets are $20. For performance only tickets, call 301-934-7828 or email BxOffc@csmd.edu. For information and tickets to the Meet-the-Artist reception, contact Martina Arnold at 301-934-7649 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chappelears pottery exhibit Currents, will be on display in CSMs Tony Hungerford Memorial Art Gallery located in the Fine Arts Center on the La Plata Campus Nov. 19 Jan. 23 (closed during colleges holiday break, Dec. 23 Jan. 2). For hours and exhibit information on the Hungerford gallery visit www.csmd.edu/Arts/HungerfordGallery.html, 301-934-7828 or BxOffc@csmd.edu.