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Broadmead Arts Council Conversations April 29 to May 10

Please join with a representative of the Broadmead Arts Council Education Committee for a
conversation about selected works in the Broadmead Collection. Conversations will focus on two
paintings and will last about 30 minutes. No need to sign up, just show up at the first painting listed.
All paintings are in the Holly Terrace unless otherwise indicated. Date and times are listed below.

           Date & Time                                            Conversation Topic

Monday, April 29 at 11:30 am      Artist Uknown African Woman in White, and Richard Hall 

                                                    “Antiques-Classical Code”     Located in Magnolia Room

Tuesday, April 30 at 11 am           Stacey Lund Levy “Junius” and Paul Moscatt “Marc DeSimone

                                                Playing the Mandolin”

Tuesday, April 30 at 4 pm             Lawrence Schneider, Sculpture “Ribbonhead”      Located in

                                                     Wellness Center Lobby

Wednesday, May 1 at 1 pm          Joyce Lister “Rendezvous” and Susanne Carmack “Sticks and


Friday, May 3 at 1 pm                   Bella Ormseth “The Journey” and Sam Robinson “Out of the


Tuesday, May 7 at 2 pm                Herman Maril “Low Tide”  and John Hartell “Blue and Mauve


Friday, May 10 at 1:30 pm            Eugene Leake “Deer Creek, Dark Day”  and Betsy Heuisler

                                                “Poppies and Sunflowers”      Located on Lower Level

Questions? Contact Nancy Hume

Art in the South Hall - Interim Exhibit

The Interim Exhibit, which was hanging in the  South Hall,  has been taken down because of the construction work.  The pieces from the permanent Broadmead Collection have been hung in Holly Terrace and  the paintings on loan from Council members have been returned to their owners.  Once construction is completed, a new exhibit featuring the work of Paul Moscatt will be installed in the South Hall. 

About the Arts Council

Broadmead Art Council fosters a long-established tradition of art appreciation at Broadmead. It was formed shortly before the inception of Broadmead's Master Plan. Its two current goals are: To acquire art for a new, permanent collection--The Broadmead Collection--and to mount exhibitions in South Hall.  It also encourages the long-standing tradition of art shows in East Hall. The Council, whose members include Broadmead residents and administrators, reaffirms Broadmead’s longstanding tradition of supporting the arts. It is a working group of the Broadmead Board of Trustees’ Strategic Planning Committee.

Several cash gifts have been made from residents, which will enable the Arts Council to purchase pictures suitable for The Broadmead Collection, the long-term project to acquire significant art for the Broadmead Community.  Acquisitions will be focused on local and Maryland artists or artists with connections to Broadmead. A special effort will be made to identify the work of emerging artists. Broadmead, Inc. will own and maintain the Collection. 

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