Arts Notes

ARTS NOTES

April 05, 2002

Arts council to show Camera Club photos through May 11

Carroll County Camera Club will show members' favorite photographs tomorrow through May 11 at Carroll County Arts Council.

Photos will feature subjects from nature and landscapes to portraiture and architecture.

The arts council is at 15 E. Main St., Westminster. Information: 410-848-7272.

Flamenco performers to be featured at WMC

Guitarist Marija Temo and dancer Anna Menendez will perform a program of flamenco and classical Spanish music and dance at 8 p.m. Monday in Baker Memorial Chapel at Western Maryland College.

One of the few female solo flamenco guitarists in the world, Temo won the 2000 Maryland State Arts Council's Individual Artist Award in Solo Instrumental Performance. A former faculty member at Peabody Institute, Temo founded a flamenco guitar program there.

She also has taught at the International Flamenco Festival at University of New Mexico. A singer and dancer, Temo has performed for flamenco great Jose Greco, and has been a featured performer with major orchestras in the United States and Canada.

Menendez, also a former Peabody teacher, is a visiting artist of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Arts Excel program. She has performed at the Albeniz Theater in Madrid with LA Truco Flamenco, and with major symphony orchestras.

She has performed with flamenco greats Teo Morca and Sara de Luis. As part of Young Audiences of Maryland, she presents Spanish dance programs in schools statewide.

Information: 410-857-2599.

Poet Stanley Plumly to deliver lecture at WMC

Prize-winning poet Stanley Plumly will present the 16th annual B. Christopher Bothe Memorial Lecture at 8 p.m. Tuesday in McDaniel Lounge at Western Maryland College.

The free lecture will feature a reading of his work, including his latest book, Now that My Father Lies Down Beside Me: New and Selected Poems, 1970-2000. An author of seven books, his first collection of poetry, 1970's In the Outer Dark, won the Delmore Schwartz Memorial Award and his third, 1977's Out-of-the-Body Travel, took the William Carlos Williams Award and was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award.

Plumly grew up in Ohio and Virginia, his family shuttling between farming and lumber jobs. Much of his poetry is dominated by images of his father, who died at age 56 of a heart attack brought on by alcoholism. He also features his mother, calling her "the silent, helpless witness of her husband's destruction."

A professor of English at the University of Maryland, College Park, Plumly has taught around the eastern half of the country.

Information: 410-857-2420 or 410-857-2290.

Baldwin's Station features folk concerts

Uptown Concerts is sponsoring performances by folk musicians at Baldwin's Station in Sykesville.

Ken Kolodner and Elke Baker will perform Wednesday. Kolodner is an accomplished hammered dulcimer player. Baker is a Scottish fiddle champion who plays Scottish, Celtic and American fiddle music for concerts. Tickets are $15.

Singer, songwriter, interpreter and teacher Brooks Williams performs original songs April 17. Tickets are $14.

Shows are at 8 p.m. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Advance tickets are required.

Baldwin's is at 7618 Main St. Information: 410-795-1041.

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