Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County (AHCMC)

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News & Views

Oct 2013 - News & Views
Nov 2013 - News & Views
Dec 2013 - News & Views
Feb 2014 - News & Views
April 2014 - News & Views

Jobs & Opps

Oct 2013 - Jobs & Opps
Nov 2013 - Jobs & Opps
Dec 2013 - Jobs & Opps
Mar 2014 - Jobs & Opps
April 2014 - Jobs & Opps

Take Action: Advocacy Alert

4/8/13 - Support the Arts & Humanities!
3/29/13 - 3 Important Advocacy Events in April
3/20/13 - Budget Release Follow-up
3/12/13 - Advoacy Townhall Reminder
2/28/13 - Advocacy Townhall and MD Arts Day Follow-up
2/15/13 - Maryland Arts Day

Market

4/8/13 - Do & Go Annuel Meeting and MarketPower Launch Event Reminder
2/27/13 - Get The Skinny on E-newsletters with Jon Mikel Bailey
1/17/13 - Marketing News

Betty Mae Kramer Gallery & Music Room

4/9/13 - Seeing Food Opening Reception
1/14/13 - Call To Artists "Seeing Food" an Exhibition

News & Views You Can Use!/Jobs & Opportunities

Published once a month, News & Views You Can Use! is AHCMC's e-communciation that connects you to the creative community, to grants and professional development opportunities, and to all AHCMC has to offer you! To submit material to be published in News & Views, click here.  Jobs & Opportunities is sent once a month and contains listings for jobs, internships, calls to artists and other opportunities.

Fun Finder

Let the fun come to you! Each week, events from our Do & Go calendar are featured in the Fun Finder e-blast. Sign up for the Fun Finder on BethesdaMagazine.com and see what cultural events are happening this week in Montgomery County!

Take Action

Stay informed on how you can take action and support your local creative community!

market@ahcmc

Are you a marketing manager? Sign up for this special list to be notified of updates of AHCMC's marketing services and Marketing Manager Meetups.

Educators News

Calling all principals, teachers and education administrators! See what good work is being done by teaching artists and students in Montgomery County Public Schools. E-mails are sent quarterly.