Rob Reiner & Jeffrey Donovan will be attending the opening night screening of LBJ at the 2017 Annapolis Film Festival. Learn more about the kick off event to one of Annapolis's best weekends!
The Light House Bistro has opened at 202 West Street and its attracting a lot of buzz. From its endearing mission, to its surrounding public art, and exciting location in the heart of the Arts District, this spot is a win on all counts. Check out some of the local press surrounding the Bistro and stop by for a delicious meal!
We are CALLING ALL ARTISTS to submit their concept for our 2017 festival poster. Your art will help to promote the artist and winery communities in Maryland. Cash prize for the winner is $300. Entries open until end of February. Enter here: http://annapolisartsandwinefestival.com/poster-submission/
UPDATE: Ada's Violin has since been selected for the Society of Illustrators Original Art Show as well.
Local artist Sally Wern Comport of Art at Large, Inc. received a starred review from the School Library Journal for her latest Simon & Schuster Children's Picture book Ada's Violin, the story of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay.
Ada's Violin was released May of 2016 in English and Spanish, and the theatrical premier of the documentary Landfill Harmonic is set to release September 2016.
Comport's mixed media collage illustrations were praised for capturing the essence of the juxtaposition of the foul trash heaps with the beautiful music and human spirit that rose out of adversity.
Sparrow is one of our favorite shops known for the edgy, unique jewelry pieces designed and curated by owner & operator Gabrielle Herbst. This amazing Arts District business was featured by top industry mag JCK in their "Store We Adore" section. Get to 198 West Street to check out why you should adore it too.