Maryland Hall artist to conduct landscape painting workshop

June 18, 1998|By TaNoah Morgan | TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF

If you ever wanted to learn how to paint, now's your chance.

John Ebersberger, artist-in-residence at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, will conduct an impressionist landscape-painting workshop this weekend. During the workshop, you can study lights and shadows in nature and how to reproduce them on canvas.

The classes are free, but call Maryland Hall at 410-269-1087 to register.

Hard Travelers concert

The Hard Travelers, one of the longest-running opening acts in show business, will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts on Chase Street in Annapolis.

The country/folk/bluegrass band has opened concerts for John Denver, the Oak Ridge Boys, Willie Nelson and Barbara Mandrell over the past 35 years. Join the Hard Travelers after the concert for an onstage reception.

Tickets are $15, or $30 with the reception. Call Maryland Hall at 410-263-5544.

Free concerts

Several free concerts are planned this weekend as part of local summer concert series.

The Crabtowne Big Band will deliver big band jazz from 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m. tomorrow on the plaza in front of Arundel Center North at Crain Highway and B&A Boulevard in Glen Burnie.

Singers from the Annapolis Opera Company will perform songs from Broadway musicals and operettas at 6 p.m. Saturday at Quiet Waters Park off Hillsmere Drive in Annapolis.

Country singer Ben Winter and Southern Nights will appear at 7: 30 p.m. Saturday at the West River Center in Churchton.

The U.S. Army Field Band will open the Fort Meade Summer Concert Series at 7 p.m. Sunday with classical, popular and semiclassical selections and marches. The concert will be held outside Devers Hall at Mapes Road and Cooper Avenue.

The Peabody Ragtime Ensemble will perform at the Downs Park amphitheater at the end of Mountain Road in Pasadena at 6 p.m. Sunday.

Pub Date: 6/18/98

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