DCA presents Annual Community Photography Show

Special to Dorchester Banner/DCA Senator Eckardt presents Barb Seese, DCA education and program coordinator and showcase coordinator with the proclamations from state officials. Above: In addition to other performances, the Mid-Shore Community Band performed on the Courthouse stage area at Showcase.

Special to Dorchester Banner/DCA
Senator Eckardt presents Barb Seese, DCA education and program coordinator and showcase coordinator with the proclamations from state officials. Above: In addition to other performances, the Mid-Shore Community Band performed on the Courthouse stage area at Showcase.


Now in the Galleries, Dorchester Center for the Arts (DCA) is pleased to present its Annual Community Photography & Digital Arts Exhibit and Competition Show and Sale. The exhibit runs from Sept. 29 through Nov. 12, and features photos in three divisions: Youth, Amateur Adult and Professional Adult.

Community members are invited to stop in and cast their votes for a favorite (one vote per person) and the winner will be given the People’s Choice Award.

An Artists’ Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held on Second Saturday, Oct. 8, 5-7:30 p.m. Awards will be given for 1st through 3rd place in each division and also honorable mentions. For more information, call 410-228-7782.

DCA celebrates its 40th Dorchester Center for the Arts Showcase
DCA celebrated its 40th Annual Showcase this past Sunday with art and food vendors, entertainment and a gathering of the community. State Senator Addie Eckardt was present to award citations from Governor Hogan and the Maryland Senate to commemorate the anniversary of the event.

DCA extends its appreciation to the Nathan Foundation, 1880 Bank, Maryland State Arts Council, performers, artisans and all other vendors, volunteers and everyone in attendance for their support in helping to make the 2016 Dorchester Center for the Arts Showcase a success.

Editor’s note: Spectrum is the weekly column of the Dorchester Arts Center. It is written by Mickey Love, executive director.

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