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The new edition of smARTS, the Baltimore County arts and culture television show, discovers Art on the Trail, history in the Patapsco Valley, Shriver Hall chamber music, and the story behind treasures at the Hampton National Historic site in Towson. The program airs on Baltimore County cable channel 25.

Featured segments include:

Host Carolyn Black-Sotir speaks with leaders from the Lake Roland Nature Council about outdoor Art on the Trail.

The Patapsco River Valley is rich in railroad history, “adult beverage” history, and scientific history. Mary Catherine Cochran from Patapsco Heritage Greenway talks about distilleries, railroad bridges, Benjamin Banneker, and ruins to discover on the trails.

For more than 50 years, the Shriver Concert Series has brought world-class musicians to Baltimore. Catherine Cochran, executive director of the series, tells smARTS that many of this season’s performances will be in Baltimore County.

The curator at the Hampton National Historic site shares stories about a doll’s tea party and luxurious painted window shades at the 18th century mansion in Towson.  

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. 

Revised October 16, 2020               
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