Creative Learning Options Abound for Gateway Arts District Residents

For Immediate Release

Tues., Jan. 24, 2017

CONTACT:
Neena Narayanan
Joe’s Movement Emporium
Neena@joesmovement.org
301-699-1819
 

Justin Fair
Hyattsville Community Development Corporation
Jfair@hyattsvillecdc.org
301-683-8267


Creative Learning Options Abound for Gateway Arts District Residents

 

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MOUNT RAINIER, MD January 25, 17— Residents and visitors of the Prince George’s County Gateway Arts District now have a new handy Arts Learning Resource Guide as a one-stop-shop to County and Gateway Arts District classes, venues, studios and artists. Sponsored by the Joe’s Movement Emporium, Hyattsville Community Development Corporation, M-NCPPC Department of Parks & Recreation, Maryland State Arts Council, and the Prince George’s County Arts & Humanities Council, the guide is available online at MyGatewayArts.org (click here) and in print at the following locations: Maryland Milestones, Hyattsville Community Development Corporation, Prince George’s Arts & Humanities Council, Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center, Brentwood Arts Exchange at the Gateway Arts Center, 39th Street Gallery, Art Works Now, Pyramid Atlantic and Joe’s Movement Emporium.

 

The Arts Learning Resource Guide highlights lifelong educational opportunities in an arts district that is home to over 500 artists, 150 studios and dozens of artist collectives. With so many levels of creative engagement from introductory classes to master experiences for every age, and in every medium, the guide seeks to give residents and visitors access to the wealth of knowledge offered. Joe’s Movement Emporium Founder and Executive Director, Brooke Kidd, states, “learning via the arts reduces stress, self-affirms character, and is healing. This guide directs folks to local artist-teachers who are available to share their knowledge and experiences.” She invites individuals to “enhance your creativity, communication skills, conceptualization, problem-solving and critical thinking through the arts offerings in this guide.”

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About the Arts Learning Resource Guide

This Guide is roughly organized by arts education services based on age group and type of arts interest. Please refer to our Table of Contents on page 3 to find incredible arts education experiences for yourself or your loved one. Whether you’re looking for your partner, your child, your friend or yourself, you’ll find the arts live here!

 

About the Prince George’s County Gateway Arts District

The Prince George’s Gateway Arts District is a 2 mile stretch of creative industries encompassing four towns along two miles of Route 1. Each of the four towns – Mount Rainier, Brentwood, North Brentwood and Hyattsville – has a strong sense of place as an individual neighborhood with a unique cultural history. The arts and cultural community emerged from these tight-knit towns. Locally, they have an economic impact that supports small business and housing development in the Maryland-Washington, DC suburban area. Regionally, the arts community reinforces the brand of: funky, creative, green, and culturally-rooted.

 

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Joe’s Movement Emporium is a cultural arts hub that acts as a catalyst for creativity and economic opportunity for all through programs and productions in education, the performing arts, and work readiness. Located in the town center of Mount Rainier, Maryland within the Prince George’s County Gateway Arts District, the organization supports and promotes creative projects of local artists and community groups.  For additional information on programs and events, please visit www.joesmovement.org.

 

The Hyattsville Community Development Corporation is a non-profit organization that offers community-based economic development assistance, community planning and project management services throughout Hyattsville and its surrounding communities within the Prince George’s County Beltway. To learn more, please visit http://hyattsvillecdc.org

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