UMBC Performing Arts and Humanities Building - Grand Opening

16 tracks, 17.51 Dinah Winnick on September 24, 2012 13:51

  1. 1. Gov Martin O'Malley Performs at PAHB Grand Opening 5.12 65 plays
  2. 2. Wendy Salkind at PAHB Grand Opening 0.48 178 plays
  3. 3. Jessica Berman at PAHB Grand Opening 0.34 27 plays
  4. 4. Doreen Bolger at PAHB Grand Opening (1 of 2) 0.26 32 plays
  5. 5. Doreen Bolger at PAHB Grand Opening (2 of 2) 0.24 24 plays
  6. 6. George Ciscle at PAHB Grand Opening 0.45 33 plays
  7. 7. Fred Lazarus at PAHB Grand Opening 0.19 21 plays
  8. 8. Tim Nohe at PAHB Grand Opening 0.57 75 plays
  9. 9. Vincent Lancisi at PAHB Grand Opening 0.24 30 plays
  10. 10. David Mitchell at PAHB Grand Opening 0.55 31 plays
  11. 11. Sharayna Christmas Rose at the PAHB Grand Opening 1.47 49 plays
  12. 12. Bashi Rose at PAHB Grand Opening 0.24 29 plays
  13. 13. Kalima Young at PAHB Grand Opening 0.39 18 plays
  14. 14. Nicole King at PAHB Grand Opening 0.57 14 plays
  15. 15. Kevin Griffin Moreno at PAHB Grand Opening 1.45 22 plays
  16. 16. Marvin Pinkert at PAHB Grand Opening 1.28 26 plays

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  • The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) celebrated the grand opening of its Performing Arts and Humanities Building on September 19, 2012, with “New Space”—a thought-provoking discussion among 14 of Baltimore’s most innovative cultural luminaries.

    Co-presented by the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA), the event showcased the new building as a catalyst in forging vital partnerships between the university and Greater Baltimore community. Tom Hall, WYPR radio host and Baltimore Choral Arts Society director, moderated the discussion of how new spaces inspire us to think, create and engage in unexpected ways.

    For more information on this event, see http://www.umbc.edu/window/newspace.html.

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