Galleries and merchants in the Havre de Grace Arts & Entertainment District will feature local artists on Saturday, August 14, 2021 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm for the Havre de Grace Art Walk: The Magic of Art.
In addition to seeing artists create their art, visitors will enjoy street performers, a magic show, a free youth art project, graffiti paint wall for kids, tarot card readings, magical musical performances by the Rogue Swan Theatre Company and belly dancing demonstrations. Bring the family to see award winning comedy magician & mind reader Tim Hall at The State Theater of Havre de Grace at 4pm. Children will learn magic tricks and receive a complimentary magic souvenir following the show.
Experience the magic of mixology with specialty beverages specially crafted at participating restaurants. Visitors can take a special guided costume tour through Washington Street Books and see the costumes of films such as The Hunger Games, The Magnificent Seven, The Last Airbender and more.
Visitors can enter the raffle to win a pair of tickets to the upcoming Havre de Grace Arts Collective season, a black walnut charcuterie board from TDeez Badass Creations valued at $65.
Featured artists include Pauline Copeland, Ron Crouse, Tom & Heather Deno, Karen Dix, Ellie Tryon-Elgin, Shawn Forton, Lisa Gravely, Jo Houtz, Mike Lust, William Rigler, Maggie Sadiq, Susan Sciarra, Linnea Tober, Barbara Wagner and Pam Wilde.
The A&E District is a special designation granted to unique destinations which welcome residents and visitors to experience their traditions and culture. The Havre de Grace A&E District promotes community involvement, tourism and revitalization through tax-related incentives to attract artists, arts organizations and other creative enterprises.
The Havre de Grace Arts Collective is a 501(c)(3) organization created to address the cultural and economic needs of Havre de Grace and the surrounding region, including oversight of the Cultural Center at the Opera House, Arts and Entertainment District, Arts by the Bay Gallery and the Public Art Committee. It is funded in part through grants from the City of Havre de Grace, Maryland State Arts Council, Harford County Dept. of Community and Economic Development and the Maryland State Arts Council through the Harford County Cultural Arts Board. For more information, visit www.HdGArtsCollective.org.