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Horowitz Happenings

Art for All Seasons

Art for All SeasonsStop by to enjoy a new “ARTsite” outside of the Horowitz Center. The bright orange-red 10-foot high sculpture is part of a year-long outdoor public art exhibit celebrating the Howard County Arts Council’s 30-year history of community arts. HCC is honored to be one of 12 sites in the county where the sculptures are located. The Cycle is from a series of work by artist Hanna Jubran, who has been exhibiting large-scale sculpture throughout the U.S. for 20 years. “It expresses the cycle of life, growth, and continuum,” says Jubran.

Issue: Fall 2012  |  Section: Departments 

Rep Stage Turns 20!

Rep Stage Turns 20!HCC’s professional Equity theatre in residence is setting the bar even higher for the next 20 years with a diverse 2012-2013 season lineup that introduces us to the pre-Stonewall gay rights movement, an infrequently revived lyrical ghost story by Peter Pan’s author, the coming-of-age of a 1950s African-American southern boy, and an international frolic through the swinging ’60s.Visit to learn more about the latest season.

Issue: Fall 2012  |  Section: Departments 

Celebrating Community

Celebrating Community"Now entering our 7th season, we at the Horowitz Center are proud to play a role in enriching the artistic climate of Howard County. As we celebrate the 20th anniversary season of Rep Stage and the 40th anniversary season of our partner, Candlelight Concert Society, it seems an appropriate moment to pause and consider the community in which these organizations have thrived. It is also time to recognize the variety of cultures that shape our diverse society. To that end, our 2012-2013 season includes productions, exhibits, film showings, concerts, and lectures that focus on the idea of “community.” Please join us this season as we not only celebrate the legacy of arts in Howard County, but also the ability of the arts to open our eyes, our ears, and even our hearts.

We hope to see you soon!"

Valerie Lash
Arts & Humanities Division Chair

Janelle Broderick
Horowitz Center Manager

For a detailed listing of student and professional works hosted by the Horowitz Center, call 443-518-1500 or visit to request a free copy of the 2012-13 Horowitz Events Brochure.

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