By Rebecca Bennett (View full story online on Hyattsville Life & Times) Situated on a pedestal and dressed akin to the officers he honors with a Maryland state flag at his […]Read more
In 2014, as part of the Art Lives Here Initiative, the Hyattsville CDC seeks to connect Gateway Arts District businesses with artists and arts professionals of all media to brainstorm and develop plans to collaborate for mutual benefit. The Biz-Art Match-Up Program will enable businesses to participate in the Arts District through support, relationship building and/or event development, while furthering their own business. Participating business owners will select a specific artist from our pool. Then, they will collaborate with the selected artist to develop a product/activity for the program with the goal of developing an effective tool for the small business owners to market their businesses.
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By Rebecca Bennett (View FULL STORY online on Hyattsville Life & Times) Situated on a pedestal and dressed akin to the officers he honors with a Maryland state flag at his […]Read more
Ceremony To Take Place Tue 8/4 3pm At Koch Auto Radiator (View full story online on Hyattsville CDC) Koch Auto Radiator and the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation are proud to […]Read more
Ceremony To Take Place Tue 8/4 3pm At Koch Auto Radiator HYATTSVILLE, MD – Koch Auto Radiator and the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation are proud to announce the unveiling of […]Read more
Fallen Heroes Private Edward Dennis Merson EOW: September 1, 1937 Officer Charles F. Caldwell EOW: June 12, 1948 Police Officer Alfred F. Steinat EOW: May 2, 1963 Sergeant Joseph Kelly […]Read more
10 area businesses unveil their work with 10 Gateway Artists this holiday season – Visit on-foot for deals, discounts + more! Since the start of the summer, 10 area […]Read more
It’s exciting to see the results from so many of the collaborations already under-way. We’re eagerly uploading photos to our social media (Tumblr, Facebook, Flickr, our website and the Art Lives Here Blog!) […]Read more
View Updates on our Facebook: – This Saturday, from 1-3pm (just before Bursting), Leslie Holt will work with the Mall at Prince Georges‘ on a hands-on exhibition with shoppers to create mall tote bags. […]Read more
This Saturday, from 1pm to 3pm, join us for a Meet-the-Artist with Leslie Holt as part of the Biz-Art Match-Up program with The Mall at Prince Georges! Leslie will lead […]Read more
As part of the Art Lives Here Initiative, the Hyattsville CDC is coordinating a business-artist partnership program for businesses in and near the Gateway Arts District. Following a two-month search for artists of all […]Read more