Association of American Museums Conference 2010 (AAM)

Los Angeles, CA    May 23-26, 2010


Harriet Lynn participates in Career Cafe Round Table Discussions

A Day in the Life of A Museum Professional

May 26, 2010  12”15 pm - 1:45 pm

L.A. Convention Center  -   Room 408 A

Estelle Dennis/Peabody Dance Program for Boys Auditions

Three auditions in one day

May 24, 2010 


Award winning program of Peabody Preparatory

of Johns Hopkins University


Visit:  http://www.peabody.jhu.edu/boysdance

for further information


Harriet Lynn, Community Liaison

   MAY 2010

Ageless Grace Dance Concert

Theatre Project

produced by Dance Baltimore

May 1, 2010


Harriet Lynn, as Ella Shields, M.C.

and performing her signature song, Burlington Bertie from Bow


Maryland Theatre Guide

and dance critique in affiliation with Baltimore Examiner of

The Men’s Dance/Out Loud Dance Concert produced by

Dance Baltimore, April 30, 2010) 

by Harriet Lynn

Reflections: Life Through Art

an oral history performance


Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium’s touring version of Recollection: Life Through Art


Broadmead  April 14, 2010


program based on HTAC and BMA collaboration

Recollection: Life Through Art

presented May 2009 at Baltimore Museum of Art


Final program of African Spirit Series (2008-09)

and featured on WYPR.FM

APRIL 2010

Harriet Lynn, M.C. as Ella Shields, Ageless Grace Dance Concert

Bea Odum Scott

Reflections at Broadmead

April 14, 2010

Meredith Rainey, former soloist of Pennsylvania Ballet, demonstrating in Estelle Dennis/Peabody Dance Program for Boys (2009-10 season class)

Abrakadoodle

Baltimore

presents

Summer Camp for Young Artists

June - August 2010


Harriet Lynn designs/teaches creative drama component

for more information contact

Pat Lakatta, Director


http://www.abrakadoodle.com/md01_news.html


Look at You Tube - Action Painting video to see some budding artists in the making

   JUNE/JULY 2010

Look for more upcoming programming

and training news soon!

Abrakadoodle  on You Tube, too!

Maryland Women’s Heritage Center

39 W. Lexington Street, Baltimore, MD


Grand Community Opening June 19, 2010


First museum of its kind in the country!

www.mdwomensheritagecenter.org


Harriet Lynn - Programming Committee Member

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of MD African American History and Culture


Tennis, Everyone!

featuring Tennis, Everyone! oral history documentary by Harriet Lynn


Panel featuring Tennis Pioneers of Druid Hill Park , Alfred Sutton, Ed.D., Jean Powell and “proteges”; Peter Dutton, Pat Koger and Ann Koger 

Moderator - Harriet Lynn


Opening Day July 24, 2010  2:00 pm

as part of the Druid Hill Park: A Community’s Pride exhibit

   October 2010

Friends of Druid Hill Park


Druid Hill Park 150th Anniversary

A historical event

Third oldest public park in the country

1860 - 2010


for details and photos click


150th Druid Hill Park Anniversary Gala

Mansion House -MD Zoo

Oct. 15, 2010


featuring

Joyce J. Scott

Choreographie Antique

Denhard-McCready Duo

Ed McFarland, Pipe Major


A Gala Event of Historic Proportions

Harriet Lynn

Co-Chair and Event Coordinator


The Signal WYPR-FM  88.1

Memories of Druid Hill Park

with Harriet Lynn, Sandra Almond Cooper & Calvin Brewer

Producer/Host:  Aaron Henkin


October 9

Tree Planting Ceremony

WJZ-TV covers event


Visit Free Fall Baltimore website

for details about taping of memories - Oct. 16

Harriet Lynn, interviewer

Jean Powell, Tennis Pioneer & Peter Dutton, protege/ tennis pro reunite in

Druid Hill Park

September 2010

PERFORMING THE WORLD 2010


Performing the World 2010: Can Performance Change the World?
September 30- October 3, 2010
New York City

Harriet Lynn, presenter

East Side/West Side Life Stories - an oral history performance

The life of how a project brought disparate individuals together and grew from a six week project to two and half years

http://www.performingtheworld.org/

AAM Conference 2010, L.A., CA

Los Angeles Convention Center

Gwen Marable & cast

Reflections at Ivy Center

June 2, 1010

Cheryl Goodman & Gary Dunn

Ageless Grace Dance Concert

Reflections: Life Through Art
an oral history performance
Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium’s touring version of Recollection: Life Through Art

Ivy Support Center  June 2, 2010

Artscape  July 18, 2010  6 pm  - Brown Center

program based on HTAC and BMA collaboration
Recollection: Life Through Art
 presented May 2009 at Baltimore Museum of Art
 
Final program of African Spirit Series (2008-09)
and featured on WYPR.FM
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Applying the MWHC lettering prior to opening

June 19, 2010


Read Amanda Murray’s article, Putting a face to the invention,

now posted on “O, say can you see?”, the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of American History’s blog. Ms. Murray’s article features the American University Theatre Project collaboration with The Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention & Innovation.  The two plays are based on two American women inventors, Margaret Knight and Marion Donovan.


Readings premiered at the Smithsonian Institute’s Lemelson Center (May 3, 2010)

photos by Harriet Lynn


To learn more read click below for the blog posting on June 2, 2010


http://blog.americanhistory.si.edu/osaycanyousee/2010/06/putting-a-face-to-the-invention.html

AU film student, Jen Collins & professor, Maggie Stogner, film performance in SparksLab.

photo by Harriet Lynn

AU playwriting professor, Caleen Jennings, & actors, Rachel Silbert (l)

& Jordan Van Clief (r) in SparksLab.

photo by Harriet Lynn

Opening Day -  June 19, 2010

(UR- l to r) /Monique Goss, Jill Moss Greenberg, Linda Shevitz

FR - l to r) Shindana Cooper, Harriet Lynn & Gaby Levin


Maryland Women We Should Know
featuring Harriet Lynn as Ella Shields
Saturday, October 23, 2010   
Maryland Women's Heritage Center, 39 West Lexington Street, Baltimore
Part of Free Fall Baltimore, a month-long, citywide occasion offering free performances, events, workshops, and exhibits, the Maryland Women's Heritage Center hosts this Living History Series. Performance features Harriet Lynn as Ella Shields, the Baltimore-born vaudeville and British Music Hall legend. Admission is free. For more information, call 410-767-0675 or e-mail mwhcjill@comcast.net.


Maryland Women We Should Know
featuring Harriet Lynn as Ella Shields

Saturday, October 23, 2010 
Maryland Women's Heritage Center, 39 West Lexington Street, Baltimore

Part of Free Fall Baltimore, a month-long, citywide occasion offering free performances, events, workshops, and exhibits, the Maryland Women's Heritage Center hosts this Living History Series. Performance features Harriet Lynn as Ella Shields, the Baltimore-born vaudeville and British Music Hall legend. Admission is free. For more information, call 410-767-0675 or e-mail mwhcjill@comcast.net.

Harriet Lynn as

Ella Shields

Cast members - East Side West Side Life Stories

Fells Point Corner Theatre

MD Women’s Heritage Center

   “In Search of Ella Shields”

featuring, Harriet Lynn

October 23, 2010 

entertaining slide program

a Free Fall Baltimore event

Harriet Lynn

featured in national television commercial

View on You Tube

Medicare Fraud

spot aired nationally starting - October 2010

 

The Beacon  - October 2010

Cover Story (photo)

Harriet Lynn (l) Leona Holly (r)

Heritage Theatre Artists Consortium


116 W.University Parkway     Penthouse 3

Baltimore, MD 21210


ph/fax: 410-235-4457        hlynn@umbc.edu 


www.h-tac.com

Friends of Druid Hill Park

Tree planting day - 150 trees

Oct. 9, 2010

Gala Greeters at the Mansion House

Oct. 15, 2010

Choregraphie Antique Dancers performing a the Gala

   November 2010

StoryCorps invited Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium to

participate as a National Organization for its Day of Listening Project.  The 150th Anniversary of Druid Hill Park oral history interviews conducted by Harriet Lynn on October 16, 2010 can be listened to on StoryCorps or this website. This is a Friends of Druid Hill Project sponsored by Free Fall Baltimore.