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The new edition of smARTS, the Baltimore County arts and culture television show, discusses connections between art, learning, philosophy and psychology. The program airs on Baltimore County cable channel 25.  Featured segments include: 

  • Host Carolyn Black-Sotir speaks with Lori Snyder of AEMS, the Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance, about the vital role of arts in preparing students for an ever changing world.
  • How does art help express an artist’s values and way of looking at the world? A perspective from Richard Wilson, Towson University philosophy instructor, artist, and member of the Towson Arts Collective.
  • Artist and psychologist Alice Dvoskin talks about the relationship between art and mental health.
  • The Hunt Valley Symphony Orchestra is community music from community people. Co-founder Greg Lauer shares how to become part of the orchestra and where to hear their concerts.
  • Get to know the French horn, from its beginnings as a call to hunters to the brass section of modern orchestras.  

smARTS airs Thursdays and Fridays, 7:00-7:30 p.m. and Tuesdays 11:30 a.m.- noon on Baltimore County cable channel 25. SmARTS segments can be viewed on the Baltimore County Government YouTube channel.

smARTS is a production of the Baltimore County Commission on Arts & Sciences in partnership with the Baltimore County Public Schools and BCPS-TV. 


Exploring the creative spirit is the theme of the new edition of smARTS, the Baltimore County arts and culture show, now airing on Baltimore County cable channel 25. Featured segments include:

  • Host Carolyn Black-Sotir speaks with museum founder Rebecca Hoffberger about what inspires intuitive artists at the American Visionary Art Museum.  
  • T. Herbert Dimmock has conducted and performed around the world, from Westminster Abbey to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York. Discover what inspires him as music director of Bach in Baltimore.
  • Learn how fire and clay inspire ceramic artists at Baltimore Clayworks.
  • Enjoy a performance by Margaret King of Towson University Community Dance and meet Carol Hess and Doug Hamby, the creative minds behind the Baltimore Dance Project.  
  • Get smARTER presents a thought-provoking scene from “Colorblind: The Katrina Monologues,” performed by Arena Players’ actor Cheryl Pasteur.

smARTS airs Thursdays and Fridays, 7:00-7:30 p.m. and Tuesdays 11:30 a.m.- noon on Baltimore County cable channel 25. SmARTS segments are available on the Baltimore County Government YouTube channel. 

smARTS is a production of the Baltimore County Commission on Arts & Sciences in partnership with the Baltimore County Public Schools and BCPS-TV. 


 The summer edition of smARTS, the Baltimore County arts and culture show, is now airing on Baltimore County cable channel 25. Featured segments include:

  • Host Carolyn Black-Sotir speaks with Kevin O’Malley, author/illustrator of 75 children’s books and “At the Ballpark: A Fan’s Companion,” a primer about America’s favorite pastime.  
  • Meet Valerie Smalkin, whose career has gone from singer to lawyer to ventriloquist.  
  • “Spamalot” comes to Cockpit in Court at CCBC Essex -- hear the Lady of the Lake sing in search of her grail.
  • Explore wildlife, minerals and natural wonders at the Natural History Museum of Maryland in Overlea.
  • Get smARTER about the Maryland butterflies around us.

smARTS logosmARTS airs Thursdays and Fridays, 7:00-7:30 p.m. and Tuesdays 11:30 a.m.- noon on Baltimore County cable channel 25. SmARTS segments also are available on YouTube

smARTS is a production of the Baltimore County Commission on Arts & Sciences in partnership with the Baltimore County Public Schools and BCPS-TV. 


 
 
Revised September 26, 2016