(It's dramaturgy, not thaumaturgy.)
Main Entry: thau·ma·turg
Etymology: French, from New Latin thaumaturgus, from Greek thaumatourgos working miracles, from thaumat-, thauma miracle + ergon work — more at Theater, Work
The official blog of the Dramaturgy Department at Baltimore's CENTERSTAGE. For posts related to our current and upcoming shows, click the links to the right. Alternatively, you could begin at the beginning, and explore our posts in chronological order.
This week… Make lasting memories at @pixilatedphoto’s open house, learn that it’s ok to fail at this month’s @creativemorning’s talk (we’re a sponsor!), and help celebrate great contemporary work at #thejohnfondagallery by artist @leeheinemann and more. For more info, head to strangerswithstyle.com 😎 #getpixilated #cmbal #baltimore #art #thingstodo #editorspick #bts (at strangerswithstyle.com)
THIS FRIDAY join us for an insightful jumpstart to you day. Make it your office meet-up. Get that morning motivation from this month’s @creativemorning talk! It’s all about #failure and stories from awesome local creatives about how they’ve dealt with it. Watch their discussion recorded by @shinecreativetv and participate in the post-talk Q&A. All this with a cup of joe and treats from @doobyscoffee, @thewaltersartmuseum. Did we mention it’s all FREE? But you have to RSVP, so do it now because seats are limited! Strangers With Style is a proud sponsor of this event. #baltimore #thingstodo #cmbal #failcocktail #talk #share (at Walters Art Museum)
Watched a great piece by @shinecreativetv on some great local creatives discussing #failure. #inspired #cmbal #failcocktail #baltimore (at Walters Art Museum)
#cmbal #FailCocktail panelist & guest speaker @christopherjohnattenborough giving a great talk on his failure and overcoming. #inspired #baltimore #mica (at Walters Art Museum)
"Keep the brand in mind and keep the brand intact." -#failcocktail panelist & @shinecreativetv’s Jamie Campbell on business evolution #cmbal #baltimore #inspired (at Walters Art Museum)
#failcocktail panelist and artist Erin Fitzpatrick (@fitzbomb) speaks on being able to overcome little failures. #cmbal #inspired #baltimore (at Walters Art Museum)
"It was my truth and I had to own it." - #failcocktail panelist and yogi Camille Bethune-Brown (@camiyogaom) talks about acceptance and moving forward. #cmbal #inspired #baltimore (at Walters Art Museum)
Whew! Great talk with awesome people, including all of you who attended or followed from afar :) Strangers With Style is excited to be joining the @creativemorning #Baltimore team. Big thanks to @wearetherethere for the awesome tees! Have a great day, everyone. @doobyscoffee @shinecreativetv @thewaltersartmuseum ❤️#failcocktail #inspired (at Walters Art Museum)
We’re excited to be a part of @creativemorning’s #Failure talk! It was awesome contributing behind the scenes with @shinecreativetv @doobyscoffee, last night. Be sure to follow #CMBal on Twitter @Baltimore_CM or facebook.com/creativemorningsbaltimore for updates on upcoming talks! #failcocktail #baltimore #video (at Dooby’s Coffee)
more from the #FailCocktail film shoot
Creative Mornings Shoot with Shine Creative
Lost Note Productions had the wonderful opportunity to shoot a short film with Shine Creative for Baltimore’s Creative Mornings, a breakfast lecture series for the creative community. The short film will be debuted at next Creative Mornings at the Walters Art Museum on Friday, 8/22 at…
a peek back behind the scenes of the recent “Fail Cocktail” gathering for Creative Mornings Baltimore, shot by Shine TV; nicely done y’all (@Baltimore_CM and @KatieBoyts and @doobyscoffee and @drurybynum) #FailCocktail
Baltimore’s most distinctive bus stop was unveiled late last month on the side of the Creative Alliance in Highlandtown. The trio of giant letters — which resemble a set piece from ”Sesame Street” — has become a favorite spot for residents to lounge or pose for photos.
"It’s hit-you-over-the-head simple, but a really elegant idea," said Bill Gilmore, executive director of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts, an organizer of the project, which brought European artists to a transit stop in each of the city’s three arts districts. The initiative was funded with a $130,000 grant from the European Union National Institutes for Culture and $200,000 from ArtPlace America, Gilmore said.