Meet the Neighbors: Columbia Festival of the Arts

A journal such as ours requires a vibrant literary and artistic environment to thrive—and even survive. In appreciation of the various cultural entities around us, we present “Meet the Neighbors,” a series where we provide you with personal introductions to a diverse assortment. I met the people who put on the Columbia Festival of the Arts over champagne, […]

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Audacious Ideas: Housing Artists

Audacity defines the best and worst within us. It is boldness or daring, accompanied by confident or arrogant disregard for personal safety, conventional thought or other restrictions. It is also effrontery, insolence or shamelessness. The “Audacious Ideas” essay series celebrates this theme, which serves as the basis of our Summer 2012 print issue. Housing artists in […]

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Focus on Social Justice: The Baltimore Art + Justice Project

In conjunction with the preparation and launch of our Winter 2012 Social Justice issue, LPR is looking at other literary and arts organizations that have relevant initiatives. We found one practically on our doorstep at the Maryland Institute College of Art, better known as MICA. Karen Stults, Director of Community Engagement, describes it: What if data could talk? […]

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Meet the Neighbors: Rep Stage

A journal like the Little Patuxent Review requires a vibrant literary and artistic community to thrive–and even survive. In appreciation of the cultural organizations around us, we present “Meet the Neighbors,” where we provide you with some personal introductions. Please meet the Rep Stage, located at the Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center on […]

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Meet the Neighbors: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

A journal like the Little Patuxent Review requires a vibrant literary and artistic community to thrive–and even survive. In appreciation of the cultural organizations around us, we present “Meet the Neighbors,” where we provide you with some personal introductions. Please meet the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, residing on High Ridge Road in Ellicott City, MD and frequently […]

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