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Kent Cultural Alliance Announces New Board Members

The Kent Cultural Alliance welcomes Margaret Footner and Vanessa Holloway-Truxon to its Board of Directors. Board Chair Jason Claire said, “I am privileged to welcome Margaret Footner and Vanessa Holloway-Truxon to our board. Margaret’s visionary leadership in co-founding and growing Baltimore’s Creative Alliance into a preeminent multi-arts center championing local artists and arts education will elevate our mission tremendously. Vanessa’s lifelong dedication to community empowerment and addressing inequities in Kent and Queen Anne’s County is equally vital through her holistic, family-focused work at Minary’s Dream Alliance. Together, their collective passion, expertise, and local ties will be catalytic forces to expand the KCA’s impact region-wide, and I cannot wait to work with both of them.”

L to R: Langston Allston, William Blake, Hilary Lorenz, and Ashley Minner Jones

Kent Cultural Alliance Announces Summer Resident Artists and Partnership with ShoreRivers!

On June 22, 2024, the Kent Cultural Alliance will welcome its second class of resident artists for the SFW Residency Program at the Raimond Cultural Center. These four artists will work with KCA’s partner, ShoreRivers. The SFW Residency uses the arts to provide a new lens through which Kent County residents can see and understand issues that impact our daily lives. In the spring, KCA partnered with Kent County 4H, FFA at Kent County High School, and Harborview Farms on the theme of LAND. This summer our artists will work with ShoreRivers’ river keepers and educational staff to shine a creative light on the importance of the health of our waterways.

2024 Resident Artists - L to R: Austen Camille, Alyssa Dennis, Dennis McNett

Kent Cultural Alliance Announces Inaugural SFW Residency Artists for “LAND”, Spring 2024

The Kent Cultural Alliance announces its first class of visiting artists for the SFW Residency for spring 2024. This inaugural residency session features three talented artists/educators from Friendswood, Texas; Baltimore, Maryland; and Luray, Virginia. These artists will work under a collective theme of “LAND” as they explore agriculture, soil, family farms, and more with our local partners for the session; Kent County 4H, Kent County High School Future Farmers of America, and Harborview Farms. This social practice residency has its foundation in community engagement and seeks to create broader participation around issues important to the people who call this county home.

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