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Thursday, August 22, 2013
The Sketchbook Project’s Mobile “How To” Tour @ AVAM

Thursday, August 22 • 4pm–8pm • Outside of AVAM • FREE!

AVAM is excited to announce that we’ve been selected as the first stop on The Sketchbook Project’s Mobile “How To” Tour this summer! SEE The Sketchbook Project’s Mobile Library, a 16-foot interactive art exhibition on wheels, when it stops at AVAM on August 22 before our FREE Flicks From The Hill screening of THE NEVERENDING STORY! You’ll have a chance to get an official Library card, then get access to an entire library of artist-created sketchbooks that you can explore.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

In this hilarious murder mystery musical, based on the unfinished novel by Charles Dickens, eight suspects are introduced over the course of the show, each harboring his or her own devious motive. YOU will solve the mystery by voting for whodunnit! Tickets: $12, general admission; $10, students/senior citizens. Buy tickets online at bethtfiloh.com/edwindrood and join the BTCT “Mystery of Edwin Drood” Facebook event and invite your friends!

Thursday, August 22, 2013
Mac Walter & John Cronin at Baldwin’s Station

Mac Walter & John Cronin

Baldwin’s Station
7618 Main Street, Sykesville, Maryland

“Best Acoustic-Music Venue”

City Paper — Best of Baltimore 2000

Thursday August 22nd, 2013

Show time: 8:00 P.M.    

Tickets $20.00

Mac Walter & John Cronin in concert Thursday August 22nd, 2013 at Baldwin’s Station, 7618 Main St., in the old B & O Railroad Station, in historic Sykesville, MD. Tickets are $20.00. Show time is 8:00 P.M.  The concert room opens for seating and dining at 6:30 P.M.   Tickets & information,

call Baldwin’s at 410-795-1041.

Three-time WAMMIE winner Mac Walter began his music career at 15 when Marianne Price, formerly of Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks, convinced him to give up the ukulele and try the guitar. Three months later, Mac was playing in Marianne’s band and has not put the guitar down since. Driven by an insatiable desire to learn all things about music, he attended the Berklee College of Music and returned to his home base of MD/VA/DC where he quickly earned a reputation as a stellar guitarist and singer/songwriter. Mac developed a unique fingerstyle approach to playing folk, rock, blues, and jazz guitar.  Heavily influenced by folk luminaries such as Doc Watson, Mississippi John Hurt, Dave Van Ronk, Dick Rosmini, and Raun MacKinnon, he totally dedicated himself to his music and refused to be pinned down to one genre. After touring for 8 years in Deanna Bogart’s band, he began his free-lance career. Guitar Wizard Mac will take you on a wonderful tour of his music. His repertoire is a stunning variety of musical styles and reflects the depth and range of emotion he conveys in his playing. His command of the acoustic guitar is breathtaking and he is one of those rare musicians who can do it all while still maintaining his own distinctive voice. He makes the guitar come to life with a rare passion and plays at a level few musicians ever achieve. He is a guitar virtuoso who has to be seen to be believed. Don’t miss this opportunity to see Mac & John perform live together.

Mac and his cousin, John Cronin, began playing together as teenagers and developed their unique style over the past 35 years. Both are talented in their own right but when they play together, the acoustic fingerstyle and gorgeous harmonies they project is amazing. John’s boisterous folksy enthusiasm is infectious and a perfect foil for Mac’s golden tones. John, who lives in British Columbia, spent 7 years working in the hugely popular Ian Tyson Band touring Canada and the USA. Ian proclaimed John as the most lyrical guitar player he’d ever heard. And Chesapeake Bay folk icon, Tom Wisner, describes John’s playing as “the heart of the guitar.” Word of their great CD “Cousins” has spread at the grass roots level and has sold amazingly well despite not being on a traditional label. Their CD “Second Cousins” was released in the Summer of 2006. And, yes, they are working on “Third Cousins!”

Thursday, August 22, 2013
Mac Walter and John Cronin at Baldwin’s Station

Tickets are $20 and the show begins at 8:00pm


Baldwin’s Station

7619 Main St, Sykesville, MD 21784

Tickets and information: 410-795-1041

Thursday, August 22, 2013
Flicks from the Hill: The Neverending Story

Thursday nights: July 11–August 22 • FREE Screenings at 9pm on Federal Hill

Museum OPEN & FREE 5pm–9pm on Flicks nights

Grab a blanket, picnic under the stars, and watch a great film selection inspired by AVAM’s current exhibition THE ART OF STORYTELLING: Lies, Enchantment, Humor & Truth! The Hughes Family Outdoor Theater features seating for more than a thousand on the natural amphitheater formed by Federal Hill; a 30-foot wide screen held from above by a Giant Golden Hand; a twinkling view of the city; and an amazing community experience that is FREE. Find out why AVAM’s ‘Flicks’ series was listed by Travel + Leisure Magazine as one of the “World’s Best Free Things,” and frequently tops many other “Best Of” lists around the city. And don’t forget, the Museum is OPEN & FREE between 5pm and 9pm on Flicks nights! American Visionary Art Museum is located at 800 Key Highway, Baltimore Inner Harbor, MD 21230, phone: 410-244-1900. Movie rain location (inside): AVAM’s Jim Rouse Visionary Center, 3rd floor.

  • Aug 22: The NeverEnding Story (1984, Dir. Wolfgang Peterson)
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