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Center for the Arts

The Center for the Arts has an exciting year ahead in 2014!  We have a new CEO, Kathy Smith, new board and staff, and we've moved to a new office location in Belcamp, MD.  Please note our new office address and phone number: 1362 Brass Mill Road Suite 11, Belcamp, MD 21017  Office: 410-306-6144   

The Center for the Arts is moving steadily forward in its mission to build an arts center in Harford County.  Please browse our website and if you have any questions, please call Amanda Pugh, Grants and Development Coordinator, at 410-306-6144 x 216. 

Latest Events

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Wine and Cheese Reception at Harford Artists Gallery

Eric Zuber September Concert

Bel Air Festival for the Arts

present:home The gift of SITE for the Center for the Arts Exhibition

Darlington Apple Festival

The Center for the Arts is assisted by grants from the Maryland State Arts Council and Harford County Government through the Harford County Cultural Arts Board.


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CFA's Future

Kathy Shares her Vision for CFA's Future on "Harford Edge"

Click the logo above to hear the latest interview with CFA's new CEO on WAMD 970's Harford Edge program

Save The Date

Saturday, November 15, 2014
Location: Maryland Golf and Country Club
Time: 6:30-11:30pm

 Click Here 10 Reasons to Support the Arts in 2014 (and ALWAYS!)


Musser Matching Challenge Grant '14
Your donation will be matched dollar for dollar!
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A very special thank you to Toby & Laura Musser 
for their commitment to the Center for the Arts! 

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In Memoriam

The Center for the Arts mourns the loss of Robert Corea, our former longtime staff member and Director of Finance. An investment banker and seasoned financial executive, Bob was integral in developing our business plan as well as facilitating our strategic plan among others. An avid arts advocate, gourmet chef, lover of his family and life, we will miss his dry wit, keen mind, and the many gifts he shared so generously. May he rest in peace.


"The Gift of SITE for the Center for the Arts"

An exhibition at the Chesapeake Gallery, Harford Community College

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Center for the Arts is moving forward with its plan to build a cultural arts center.  Look for the signs along Rt. 24 and Wheel Road near Tollgate Road.

Board Members Barbara Stratton and Laura Musser unveil new sign.


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