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Arts Collective 25th Season

Arts Collective: NEXT UP... Winter & Early Spring, 2021


FREE, Live, Virtual Event:

--March 24, 7pm: Live Q&A: Inside the Magic - With Michael K. Wood
Click Here for "How To Watch AC Events Online"!

QandA

AC's LIVE Q&A - Inside the Magic:
Featuring Michael Kenneth Wood

Date & Time: Wednesday, 3/24, 7:00pm

A *free* 90-minute virtual conversation – including opportunities for you to weigh in with questions for Michael, too!

Don't miss this sure to be spirited and reflective Q&A conversation with MICHAEL KENNETH WOOD, an ever-gifted Milliner, Mask Maker, etc., who possesses a rich history of working closely with AC for well over a decade as past Associate Artistic Director, Designer, Stage Manager, Performer, etc., (including longtime dear friend and amazing supporter)!

Join us on Facebook *Live*... plan a Watch Party with your FB Friends! 

Michael_K_Wood_headshotAbout Michael Kenneth Wood: 
Michael is an international award winning milliner who has made a career out of working both sides of the aisle – as administer and artist. His creative design career began with Howard Community College’s Arts Collective (AC) two decades ago under the leadership of Susan G. Kramer. During his many years with HCC’s AC, Michael held many titles, including Props and Wardrobe Manager, Resident Costume Designer, Stage Manager, Set Dresser, Performer, Playwright, and Arts Collective’s Associate Artistic Director. A few of Michael’s AC artistic credits include: Costume Design: Pippin, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, A Christmas Carol, Letters to S.A.N.T.A. – Set Dressing: Noises Off, Letters to S.A.N.T.A. – Performance Credits: Schmediman in Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet, and Rev. Hale in The Crucible. He was also the Co-Author of AC’s original devised production of Letters to S.A.N.T.A.

Michael studied Fashion and Costume Design at Parsons The New School for Design. He went on to receive his Certificate of Millinery from the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City. He completed his formal design education by earning his HNC in Millinery from Kensington and Chelsea College, in London. He has worked as the Assistant Milliner for The Metropolitan Opera in NYC as well as constructing hats for The Rockettes. In New Orleans he worked as a mask maker with designs being sold through the Mardi Gras Museum of Costume and Culture. Michael Is currently preparing to open a design boutique featuring headwear, masks, and jewelry under his own label as well as transforming his design style into additional custom home accessories ranging from lighting and chandeliers to furniture pieces and wall art.

--Director: S.G. Kramer
--Graphics, Stage Management: Emma McDonnell
--Virtual Event Creative & Technology Consultant: Julie Jones
Click Here for "How To Watch AC Events Online"!

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HOW TO WATCH AC Events Online:

~ You do not need a Facebook account to view virtual events or past videos; our account is Public and viewable to everyone!
~ All virtual events will be presented LIVE on AC's Facebook Page on the dates & times above!
Click here to enjoy: facebook.com/pg/artscollectivehcc/videos/
~ Follow our page to receive a notification when we go Live: facebook.com/pg/artscollectivehcc
~ If you still can't see the Live Video on the date/time of the events above, head over to the Videos tab on our page and refresh until it pops up: facebook.com/pg/artscollectivehcc/videos/
~ FYI: The Live Video on Facebook lags 10-20 seconds behind real-time, so we may not see your comments/suggestions right away. Please keep that in mind during the show!
~ There are no tickets or registration, simply visit AC's Facebook page on event dates/times to join us!

If you have questions or problems viewing the event, please feel free to reach out to Arts Collective in a private message on Facebook.

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Re-Caps: Coming Soon!
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About HCC's Arts Collective:
Howard Community College's critically acclaimed Arts Collective engages performers, creatives, and audiences with innovative events that ignite our collective imaginations. For over two decades, Arts Collective has served as a creative cauldron, providing expert guidance and training to new and experienced artists in bringing vibrant life to diverse works on the stage; from the newly devised to the classics and all in between. Arts Collective's positive, collaborative, educational environment is open to everyone. Join us in creating new heights of learning and possibility! www.howardcc.edu/artscollective

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